Francis Ford Coppola

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Noun1.Francis Ford Coppola - United States filmmaker (born in 1939)
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Silver: Francis Coppola Diamond Collection Sauvignon Blanc, Francis Ford Coppola Winery, Geyserville, Calif.
I had been acting for about four years when I met with Francis Coppola and Fred Roos, who produced the film.
The documentary will feature the interviews of Hollywood A-listers like Francis Coppola, Brian De Palma, George Lucas, Martin Scorsese, Tom Hanks, John Williams and Spielberg's longtime DP Janusz Kaminski, as well as Spielberg's family members.
, Francis Coppola's Vietnam-set masterpiece) in War for the Planet of the Apes , a long, sombre, unabashedly emotional third instalment in the rebooted Apes franchise.
After working with companies like Nike, The Cosmopolitan (Vegas), Francis Coppola Winery, Vans, Radisson hotels, The Smithsonian and the TV show, "Bar Rescue," owners and operators Chris Stahel and Ken Wu have put their hearts and souls into bringing an event-size quality product to each individual customer and their home or workspace.
Lucas couldn't meet his Christmas 1976 release date, triggering the sort of negative gossip that had faced "The Godfather," directed by Lucas' friend, Francis Coppola, four years earlier.
Designe en tant que president du jury, Francis Coppola s'est rejoui."Le Royaume du Maroc fait partie de mes endroits preferes au monde, et c'est donc avec une joie toute particuliere que j'assisterai au Festival International du Film de Marrakech.
The book was pulp fiction but Francis Coppola's depiction of family business is a classic from the outset.
Al Pacino stars in the conclusion to Francis Coppola's epic saga.
Well, that always-gratified "everyone" certainly did not include Francis Coppola, co-writer of the hit Patton (1970), which had appealed to hawks and doves alike.
Francis Coppola might not have made a movie in a while, but he's still producing lots of stellar wines.
La escena es ficticia y solo la imaginaron Francis Coppola y Mario Puzo.