George Sidney
Film director and producer
George Sidney
George Sidney was an American film director and film producer who worked primarily at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
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Close up: Sean Penn baffled by Malick's Tree of Life - The Guardian
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And in Reel history, Alex von Tunzelmann analyses the historical accuracy of George Sidney's Young Bess, a biopic of Elizabeth I that makes a minx out of the maiden. • Paddy Considine's Tyrannosaur picked up three awards and a lot of buzz at the
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A 34 años de su muerte El verdadero amor de Elvis - Opinión Bolivia
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Juntos hicieron que saltaran chispas en el rodaje de Cita en Las Vegas, dirigida por George Sidney. De hecho, estos dos jóvenes en plena efervescencia lograron electrizar a los espectadores. Fuera de la gran pantalla, Elvis sintió una conexión aún
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V Doksech začal festival Mácháč - Českolipský deník
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„Za těch 11 ročníků navštívily festival hvězdy jako Tiësto, Axwell, Carl Cox, Paul van Dyk, Ferry Corsten, Boy George, Sidney Samson, Marco V nebo Junkie XL,“ řekl za pořadatele ČTK Petr Tajčman. V pátek si podle něj tanečníci užili aktuálně
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Break out the popcorn! Friendswood Library hosting classic movie night series - Your Houston News
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Directed by George Sidney, the 1952 classic was filmed in color. The final movie of the series will be shown on October 20 and features “Cat People” starring Simon Simone, Kent Smith, and Jane Randolph. Directed by Jacques Tourneur, this black and
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Fidel, cómodo y "los malos modales" - El Tiempo.com.ve
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El “bien amado” Fidel, enemigo acérrimo del Imperio, formó parte del elenco de la producción cinematográfica norteamericana “Escuela de Sirenas” (Bathing Beaty), dirigida por George Sidney y estrenada en 1944. En ella, el veinteañero Castro,
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BWW Reviews: Muny Closes 2011 Season with Spirited Production of BYE BYE BIRDIE - Broadway World
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... more familiar with the 1963 film version of Bye Bye Birdie from its innumerable screenings on television, with Dick Van Dyke, Ann Margaret, Janet Leigh, Maureen Stapleton and Paul Lynde all making vivid impressions under George Sidney's direction
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La vuelta al mundo de Cantinflas - ABC.es
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Su siguiente cantinfleo con Hollywood dejó claro que el inglés no vestía a Cantinflas ni la mitad de bien que el español, y «Pepe», dirigida por George Sidney, le proporcionó un broche de oro a su filmografía «americana», o sea la de arriba
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Locura Azul - Confidencial
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Desde que Gene Kelly bailó con Jerry en “Anchors Aweigh” (George Sidney, 1945), o probablemente antes, el cine ha re-vigorizado a sus propiedades animadas haciéndolas interactuar con personas. También ubicarlos en el aquí y ahora actualiza de un solo
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Cien años de un payaso genial - Diario El País
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... días (1956) que produjo Michael Todd y dirigió Michael Anderson, donde también actuaban David Niven, Shirley MacLaine y varias decenas de estrellas en papeles episódicos, y la comedia Pepe (1961) de George Sidney, también con elenco multiestelar
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bikini ese reducido objeto de deseo - Vanitatis.com
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Su aparición en bañador en Escuela de sirenas (George Sidney, 1944) fue censurada. En esta década también Marilyn Monroe hacía oídos sordos al qué dirán con su primer posado en bikini, al igual que Brigitte Bardot y el famoso traje de baño rosa
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El mito de Ava Gardner - Diario SocialRD.Com
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La década de los 50 fue la mejor época profesional para Ava Gardner ya que intervino en proyectos cinematográficos tan relevantes como "Magnolia" (1950) de George Sidney, "Pandora y el holandés errante" (1951) de Albert Lewin, "Las nieves del
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Elaine Stewart (1930 – 2011) - Pipoca Moderna
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Foi Ana Bolena em “A Rainha Virgem” (1953), de George Sidney, a única mulher no drama militar carregado de testosterona “'Dá-me Tua Mão” (1953), de Richard Brooks, e, meses após a estreia, já podia ser vista numa obra-prima como “Assim Estava Escrito”
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Bicentenario de Lorenzo M. Lleras - ElTiempo.com (Comunicado de prensa) (blog)
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En 1852, Lleras publicó su versión en español del libro Democracia, escrito una década atrás por el norteamericano George Sidney Camp. Hoy Camp es un autor olvidado. Su libro original formaba parte de una colección de la Biblioteca de la Familia y tuvo
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Charles H. Bassett Foundation Awards Grant to Museum - WBGH
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The second grant will provide financial support for the museum when it hosts the 2nd Annual George Sidney Camp History Essay Contest. The contest promotes effective writing and appreciation of local history in Tioga County high schools
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Género: Drama, Aventura - Público.pt
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George Sidney, especialista do filme musical, dá aos duelos uma verdadeira movimentação coreográfica. D''Artagnan é interpretado por Gene Kelly e cada um dos seus duelos assemelha-se a uma dança, cheia de ritmo, movimento e humor
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of George Sidney
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2002
    Age 85
    Died on May 5, 2002.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1961
    Age 44
    In 1961, Sidney appeared as himself, along with the canine Lassie, in the episode "The Stones Go To Hollywood" of the ABC sitcom, The Donna Reed Show.
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  • 1958
    Age 41
    In 1958 he was presented with a Golden Globe Award for Best World Entertainment through Musical Films.
    More Details Hide Details For his work in the art of cinema, he was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He was married three times: first to Lillian Burns (divorced), then to Jane Robinson (1973–1991), and finally to Corrine Cole (1991–2002), until his death from complications of lymphoma in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the age of 85.
  • 1957
    Age 40
    After MGM closed its animation studio in 1957, Sidney helped Hanna and Barbera form a deal with Screen Gems, the television division of Columbia Pictures, to form the successful television animation studio Hanna-Barbera Productions, and was a shareholder in the company.
    More Details Hide Details Sidney later featured Hanna-Barbera's Fred Flintstone, Barney Rubble, Huckleberry Hound and Yogi Bear in Bye Bye Birdie (1963).
  • TWENTIES
  • 1938
    Age 21
    Born in Long Island City, New York, Sidney began his career as an assistant at MGM until being assigned to direct the Our Gang comedies, which MGM had just acquired from Hal Roach, in 1938.
    More Details Hide Details Sidney, then age 21, was the youngest Our Gang senior director the series would have, and was only nine years older than the eldest Our Gang kid, Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer's brother Harold Switzer. After a year of working on Our Gang shorts, Sidney moved on to the Crime Does Not Pay series and popular Pete Smith specialties. He soon graduated to features, including The Harvey Girls (1946), The Three Musketeers (1948), Annie Get Your Gun (1950), Kiss Me Kate (1953), Pal Joey (1957), and Elvis Presley's Viva Las Vegas (1964). His last film was Half a Sixpence (1967). Sidney became good friends with MGM animation directors William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. Hanna and Barbera's Jerry Mouse appeared alongside Gene Kelly in Sidney's film Anchors Aweigh (1945).
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1916
    Born
    Born on October 4, 1916.
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