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Gregory Ratoff

Gregory Ratoff


Birthdate: April 20, 1897

Deathdate: December 14, 1960

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Gregory Ratoff (20 April 1897 — 14 December 1960) was a Russian-born American film director, actor and producer. His most famous role as an actor was as producer Max Fabian who feuds with star Margo Channing (Bette Davis) in All About Eve (1950). Description above from the Wikipedia article Gregory Ratoff, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia. ...detailed bio

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Exodus (1960)

The film is based on the events that happened on the ship Exodus in 1947 as well as events dealing with the founding of the state of Israel in 1948. Nurse Katherine "Kitty" Fremont (Eva Marie Saint) is an American volunteer at the Karaolos internment camp on Cyprus, where thousands of Jews - Hol...
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Oscar Wilde (1960)

Oscar Wilde is a 1960 biographical film about Oscar Wilde, made by Vantage Films and released by 20th Century Fox.
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The Sun Also Rises (1957)

The Sun Also Rises is a 1957 film adaptation of the Ernest Hemingway novel of the same name, with the screenplay written by Peter Viertel. It starred Tyrone Power, Ava Gardner, Mel Ferrer and Errol Flynn. Much of it was filmed on location in France and Spain in Cinemascope and color by Deluxe. A ...
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The Moon Is Blue (1953)

A comedy of manners, the film centers on virtuous actress Patty O'Neill, who meets playboy architect Donald Gresham on the top of the Empire State Building and accepts his invitation to join him for drinks and dinner in his apartment. There she meets Donald's upstairs neighbors, his ex-fiancée Cy...
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O. Henry's Full House (1952)

O. Henry's Full House is a 1952 American anthology film made by 20th Century Fox, consisting of five separate stories by O. Henry. The film was produced by André Hakim and directed by five separate directors from five separate screenplays. The music score was composed by Alfred Newman. The film i...
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My Daughter Joy (1950)

My Daughter Joy (1950), also known as Operation X, is a British drama film directed by Gregory Ratoff and starring Edward G. Robinson, Peggy Cummins and Richard Greene. A millionaire spoils his only daughter, but has a strained relationship with his wife.
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All About Eve (1950)

At an awards dinner, Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) — the newest and brightest star on Broadway — is being presented the Sarah Siddons Award for her breakout performance as Cora in Footsteps on the Ceiling. Theatre critic Addison DeWitt (George Sanders) observes the proceedings and, in a sardonic...
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Black Magic (1949)

Alexandre Dumas, Sr. (Berry Kroeger) tells his son Alexander Dumas, Jr. (Raymond Burr) the story of Joseph Balsamo (Orson Welles). Through flashbacks we learn that Balsamo was a French gypsy boy who endured much hardship. He was tortured under the command of Viscount de Montagne (Stephen Bekassy)...
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Moss Rose (1947)

Set in Victorian London, the story concerns a music hall chorus girl who blackmails a gentleman after seeing him leave the house where another dancer was found murdered. Instead of accepting money she demands to be invited to the man's stately home to experience the life of a lady. The woman beco...
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Do You Love Me (1946)

The woman dean of a music school undergoes a glamorous transformation after she meets a swing bandleader.
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Song of Russia (1944)

American Conductor John Meredith (Robert Taylor) and his manager, Hank Higgins (Robert Benchley), go to Russia shortly before the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union. Meredith falls in love with beautiful Soviet pianist Nadya Stepanova (Susan Peters) while they travel throughout the country on a 40...
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The Heat's On (1943)

Broadway star Fay Lawrence (West) is a temperamental diva who is reluctantly persuaded by a Broadway producer (Gaxton) to star in his latest production.
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Something to Shout About (1943)

The movie takes place behind the scenes of a fictional vaudeville play. The story centers on a recently divorced woman. She decides to use her alimony settlement to produce her own show. Unfortunately her chief backer insists on starring in it. She is saved by a talented man, who puts everything ...
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Footlight Serenade (1942)

Tommy Lundy (Victor Mature) is an arrogant ex-champion boxer who tries for an acting career on Broadway. He falls in love with his costar (Betty Grable), who's secretly married to actor John Payne.
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Two Yanks in Trinidad (1942)

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The Men in Her Life (1941)

The Men in Her Life was a 1941 film adaptation of the novel Ballerina by Eleanor Smith. It was nominated for the 1941 Academy Award for Sound (John Livadary), but lost to That Hamilton Woman.
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The Corsican Brothers (1941)

The bloody hostility of two noble families on Corsica determines the destiny of two brothers who were divided - as Siamese twins born, successfully operated and apart grown up - by the love to a woman. In the revenge against the murderers of her parents they join.
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Adam Had Four Sons (1941)

Warner Baxter portrays the wealthy, easy-going patriarch of a family that falls on hard times after the death of his wife and a stock market crash that wipes out his wealth. Recently arrived governess Emilie (played by Bergman) works to keep the family together. But with the loss of Adam Stoddard...
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The Great Profile (1940)

The Great Profile is a 1940 film directed by Walter Lang and starring John Barrymore and John Payne.
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Rose of Washington Square (1939)

Rose of Washington Square is a 1939 American musical drama film. Set in 1920s New York City, it focuses on singer Rose Sargent and her turbulent relationship with con artist Barton DeWitt Clinton, whose criminal activities threaten her professional success in the Ziegfeld Follies. Although the na...