George Englund
Film director
George Englund
George Englund is an American film editor, director, producer and actor. At one time he was married to Cloris Leachman, the actress. He was born in Washington, D.C. Englund was reportedly best friends with Marlon Brando and wrote a memoir about their friendship.
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The world according to Joan Collins: Never wed a man who is richer than you ... - Daily Mail
Google News - over 5 years
His name was George Englund and I can tell you from experience that I do not advise any young girl to have an affair with a married man, ever. However many times he tells you he loves you and will leave his wife and kids for you, he won't
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Joanne Woodward on TCM: RACHEL, RACHEL; SUMMER WISHES, WINTER DREAMS - Alt Film Guide (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
George Englund's Signpost to Murder (1964), however, sounds intriguing. Whether it fulfills its promise I can't tell, as I haven't watched it, yet — but the two leads are good: Woodward and Stuart Whitman. Gerd Oswald's A Kiss Before Dying (1956),
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Famous grandmothers - Beaumont Enterprise
Google News - over 5 years
... mother of Beyonce and Solange, grandmother of Solange's son, Daniel Smith Jr. Photo: FRE, Evan Agostini / BE Cloris Leachman, mother of Bryan Englund, Morgan Englund, Adam Englund, Dinah Englund and George Englund Jr., has five grandchildren
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Gazdag lovagot szerzett magának a szexbomba - Story Online
Google News - almost 6 years
Először Michael Greenburg producerrel, majd Phil Bronstein lapkiadóval mondta ki az igeneket. Ám egyes források szerint valamikor kettejük között volt egy villámházassága George Englund Jr. produkciós menedzserrel is, amit az ötvenhárom esztendős
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Celebrating the life of a cultural icon - The Nation
Google News - almost 6 years
The political thriller was produced and directed by George Englund, and Stewart Stern wrote the screenplay. At first Kukrit was hired as a cultural expert and adviser to the film, but then was cast as Sarkhan's prime minister, Kwen Sai
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Five things you might not know about Cloris Leachman - CNN (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
Leachman keeps her career safe in the hands of her son George Englund Jr. We asked her what it was like to be managed by her son and she jokingly said that from his point of view managing her is like "herding cats. And I think it's true
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TBR; TBR: Inside the List
NYTimes - almost 8 years
WRITING WITH THE STARS: Mary Richards and her old landlady, Phyllis Lindstrom, are reunited this week on the hardcover nonfiction list, where Mary Tyler Moore's ''Growing Up Again: Life, Loves and, Oh Yeah, Diabetes'' enters at No. 9, while ''Cloris,'' by Cloris Leachman (right), written with her former husband, George Englund, skulks at No. 34 on
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Book Notes
NYTimes - over 23 years
Sequels to Austen "Scarlett," the 1991 sequel to "Gone with the Wind," may have been a critical disaster, but it was unquestionably a commercial success, with readers so eager to learn what happened to Margaret Mitchell's original characters that they bought 2.3 million copies of Alexandra Ripley's follow-up. Two books coming this fall try to do
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Marlon Brando Agrees to Tell His Life Story
NYTimes - almost 26 years
Random House has paid a seven-figure sum for the world rights to Marlon Brando's autobiography, a book sought for many years by publishers but persistently resisted by the reclusive actor. George Englund, a friend of Mr. Brando who acted as his agent during negotiations for the book, said the movie star had "reached a point in his life when there
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TO VIEW; ARROGANCE IN THE NAME OF LIFTOFF?
NYTimes - almost 27 years
LEAD: Television is not as simple as it looks. Not by a long shot. There are, for instance, two very different ways of approaching ''Challenger,'' the three-hour made-for-TV movie on ABC this evening at 8. From one perspec tive, it can be seen - thanks largely to a solid cast and Glenn Jordan's carefully measured direction - as a shrewdly
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TELEVISION; 'Challenger' Looks At the Human Side Of the Disaster
NYTimes - about 27 years
LEAD: ''Challenger,'' a TV film about the shuttle disaster that will be broadcast next Sunday evening at 8 on ABC, begins with an auspicious claim of factual authenticity. While most other docudramas merely give notice at the end of the credits that they are based on a book or two, this production offers a lengthy message that appears in white
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THE CITY; Actor Found Dead In Y.M.C.A. Room
NYTimes - almost 31 years
Brian Englund, an actor and a son of the actress Cloris Leachman was found dead Tuesday in his room at the McBurney Y.M.C.A. on West 23d Street in Manhattan, the police said. Mr. Englund, 30 years old, was found by a maid in the room where he had been staying since Saturday, the police said. They said there was an empty prescription-drug bottle and
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GOING OUT GUIDE
NYTimes - about 31 years
BLOWIN' IN THE WIND Few women lead jazz and popular music groups. One who does is Fostina Dixon, the woodwind instrumentalist whose ensemble is Winds of Change. Last year Miss Dixon toured with Roy Ayers, worked with the Charli Persip big band and put a lot of time into composing. She has also made television commercials and has worked with Marvin
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TV WEEKEND; Rock Hudson Stars In Movie About Vegas
NYTimes - over 32 years
In the nutty world of ''The Vegas Strip War,'' casino hotels are referred to as ''shrines,'' and flamboyant entrepreneurs loudly negotiate multimillion-dollar deals while chasing each other through crowded hotel lobbies. The movie, which was produced, directed and written by George Englund, will be shown on Channel 4 Sunday at 9 P.M., and it stars
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THOSE HOLLYWOOD NIGHTS
NYTimes - almost 33 years
Chris Chase , the author of ''How to Be a Movie Star'' and other books, is media correspondent for the Cable News Network. ZANUCK The Rise and Fall of Hollywood's Last Tycoon. By Leonard Mosley. Illustrated. 424 pp. Boston: Little, Brown & Co. 9.95. PAST IMPERFECT By Joan Collins. Illustrated. 336 pp. New York: Simon & Schuster. 6.95. IN the 30's,
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TV: 'CHANGING HABITS'
NYTimes - about 34 years
TAKE one madam of a popular New Orleans bordello and one Mother Superior of a convent struggling for survival, put them together and you have, of course, another television movie with a wobbly premise. The name of this one is ''Dixie: Changing Habits,'' and it can be seen tonight at 9 on CBS. Dixie, the madam who doesn't like to be bullied, gets
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