Delmer Daves
American film director, producer and screenwriter
Delmer Daves
Delmer Daves was an American screenwriter, director, and producer.
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"3: 10 TO YUMA: Delmer Daves' psychological western, based on Elmore Leonard's short story, starring Glenn Ford and Van Heflin. AUG. 29-SEPT. 1. Red Hot Chili Peppers Live: I'm With You "" The band will perform from Cologne, Germany live via satellite
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Film américain - Western - AlloCiné
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Qu'à t-il prit à Delmer Daves ,qui a si bien réussi la dernière caravane,l'or du hollandais et la colline des potences pour nous infliger de telles images d'Epinal sans aucun souffle ? Je ne le saurais sans doute jamais. Le pire étant de lire tous les
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Marcos históricos do western: 1950-1951 - Tribuna do Norte - Natal
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Direção: Delmer Daves. Produtor: Julian Blaustein. Roteiro (adaptado): Michael Blankfort. Fotografia (colorida): Ernest Palmer. Produção e Distribuição: 20th Century-Fox. • James Stewart, Jeff Chandler. Debra Paget, Basil Ruysdael, Will Geer,
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Claudette Colbert on TCM: BOOM TOWN, PARRISH, MIDNIGHT, OUTPOST IN MALAYA - Alt Film Guide (blog)
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Delmer Daves, a director of several classy 1950s Westerns, went the way of all melodrama following the success of A Summer Place (1959). In Parrish (1961), he once again directed that film's young lead, handsome Troy Donahue, but the box-office results
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The Tobacco Movie Made In Connecticut - Patch.com
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Director Delmer Daves actually came to Connecticut on an extended stay in the fall of 1959 to write the screenplay for the film. He stayed at the Bee and Thistle Inn in Old Lyme. I put up at the Bee and Thistle, a lovely old inn at Old Lyme,
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John Garfield Movie Schedule: PRIDE OF THE MARINES, THE POSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE - Alt Film Guide (blog)
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Dir: Delmer Daves. Cast: John Garfield, Eleanor Parker, Dane Clark. BW-120 mins. 2:30 PM AIR FORCE (1943) A bomber crew sees World War II action over the Pacific. Dir: Howard Hawks. Cast: John Ridgely, Gig Young, Arthur Kennedy. BW-125 mins
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DVD Extra: John Garfield at the Warner Archive, Part 2 - New York Post (blog)
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Delmer Daves, who had directed Garfield in Daves' debut "Operation Tokyo'' (1944), largely avoids schmaltz with his no-nonsense direction. He is greatly abetted by his star, who really should have been nominated for an Oscar
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Recordarán a Katy Jurado con próximo estreno de "Filomena Marturano" - SDP Noticias
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A partir de "Tarde de toros" inició una exitosa carrera en el cine de Hollywood y el europeo, bajo la dirección de cineastas como Fred Zinnemann en "A la hora señalada", Edward Dmytryk en "Lo que la Tierra hereda", Delmer Daves en "Los malvados de
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"L'été en cinémascope" de Lyon revient le 12 juillet - Metro France
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A l'affiche aussi, un classique du cinéma français, Le ciel est à vous (1944) de Jean Grémillon avec Charles Vanel, ainsi que les westerns Jeremiah Johnson (1972), de Sydney Pollack, et La Flèche brisée (1950) de Delmer Daves
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The cineaste speaks on his inspiration for returning to the past - The List
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Shooting The Princess of Montpensier also took the cineaste Tavernier back to this childhood love of the Westerns of Raoul Walsh and Delmer Daves. 'To film horses galloping across rugged landscapes made me feel like I was making a film like The Last
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Género: Drama, Romance - Público.pt
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Os habitantes locais estão contra o casamento, e quando um vulcão entra em erupção tomam o fenómeno como um sinal da ira dos deuses, que só um sacrifício poderá aplacar. Insólita incursão de Delmer Daves num "exotismo" aventuroso, realizada entre dois
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Witchfinder General: Sex, Violence, God and Vincent Price in the English Civil War - The L Magazine
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(Recently and much more lavishly, Bertrand Tavernier beautifully brought Delmer Daves crane shots to France's own social-breakdown Wars of Religion in 2010's The Princess of Montpensier.) Reeves didn't live to profit from Witchfinder's success—at the
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Classic Hollywood: Notable films that aren't on DVD - Los Angeles Times
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Though it received mixed reviews and did mediocre business upon release in 1959, this Delmer Daves romantic western has grown in reputation. The 57-year-old Cooper plays a doctor who arrives in a small town and sets up business
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L'éphéméride du dimanche 19 juin 2011 - nouvelobs.com
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Il tient là-bas le rôle du parfait séducteur à la française dans des oeuvres de grande envergure telles "Le procès Paradine" d'Hitchcock (1948), "Madame Bovary" de Minnelli (1949) ou "L'oiseau de Paradis" de Delmer Daves (1951)
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Buck Mulligan in Hollywood - New Yorker (blog)
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And the method caught on, as, with the 1934 musical “Dames,” with a script by Delmer Daves that calls two businessmen Horace P. Hemingway (played by the doughy Guy Kibbee) and Ezra P. Ounce (the daffy Hugh Herbert). Of course, James Joyce famously met
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Timeline
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1977
    Age 72
    Died in 1977.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 1958
    Age 53
    Daves garnered a Directors Guild of America Award nomination for his work on 1958's Cowboy.
    More Details Hide Details Spencer's Mountain (1963), which he wrote, directed, and produced, was based upon Earl Hamner's auto-biographical novel of the same name, and served as the basis for the popular television series The Waltons. He would be known for his dramas about people's lives and for the Western adventures that saw heroes battle Indians, nature, and outlaws, the two most acclaimed of these were Broken Arrow and 3:10 to Yuma. In addition, Daves would work with some of the most famous actors of the time; a few would do several movies with him, including Richard Egan, Alan Ladd, Troy Donahue, Ernest Borgnine, Glenn Ford and Rossano Brazzi. He also launched soon to be famous stars like Anne Bancroft, Olivia Hussey, George C. Scott, Sandra Dee, and Charles Bronson.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1943
    Age 38
    Daves made his directorial debut in the Cary Grant wartime adventure Destination Tokyo in 1943.
    More Details Hide Details Over the course of Daves' twenty-two year career, Daves cultivated an unpretentious style, taking a relaxed approach to filming and letting the actors and screenplay drive the film. His most notable films include Dark Passage (1947), which utilized a first-person approach to great effect, the critically acclaimed Broken Arrow (1950), the taut western 3:10 to Yuma (1957) the cold war drama Never Let Me Go (1953), and the melodramatic A Summer Place (1959).
  • 1938
    Age 33
    Daves was married to actress Mary Lawrence from 1938 until his death on August 17, 1977.
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  • 1936
    Age 31
    Daves' largest successes of the period, however, came with 1936's The Petrified Forest and Love Affair (1939).
    More Details Hide Details Almost twenty years later Leo McCarey, director of Love Affair, would helm the nearly identical An Affair to Remember (1957) using Daves' script.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1934
    Age 29
    He penned the successful Dick Powell musicals Dames, Flirtation Walk, and Paging Miss Glory between 1934 and 1935.
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  • 1928
    Age 23
    After moving to Hollywood in 1928, he began his career as a screenwriter, his first credit being the "talkie" comedy So This Is College released by MGM.
    More Details Hide Details Through the 1930s he made a name as a successful screenplay and story writer, while moonlighting as an actor in bit parts and uncredited roles.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1904
    Born
    Born in 1904.
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