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 (prĕm′ĭn-jər), Otto Ludwig 1905-1986.
Austrian-born American film producer and director whose works include Laura (1944) and Anatomy of a Murder (1959).

Preminger

(ˈprɛmɪndʒə)
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(Biography) Otto (Ludwig). 1906–86, US film director, born in Austria. His films include Carmen Jones (1954) and Anatomy of a Murder (1959)
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The result is a blackly funny satirical drama, which boasts great performances from an Oscar-winning William Holden as Sefton and Otto Preminger as the sneering camp commandant.
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Ulmer, Otto Preminger, John Brahm, Billy Wilder, director-cinematographer Rudolph Mate, producer Seymour Nebenzal, actor Peter Lorrewere all Central European Jews who sought refuge in America.
Preminger is the unsung hero who puts an end to the whole charade.
The film recounts how Dalton used words and won two Oscars while exposing the absurdity and injustice under the blacklist, which entangled everyone from John Wayne, Kirk Douglas and Otto Preminger.
He only managed to rebuild his career when Kirk Douglas (star of Spartacus) and Otto Preminger (who was making Exodus) braved the politicians' wrath to use him publicly.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Otto Preminger, one the pioneering figures of cinema in the 20th century, will be remembered with a special selection of his movies at this year's ystanbul film Festival on the 30th anniversary of his death, organizers announced on Wednesday.
It was not until 1960, thanks to the advocacy of Otto Preminger, Kirk Douglas and producer Edward Lewis, that he was aptly credited on "Spartacus" and "Exodus.
Son Preminger said, "The investment by IFI will allow us to dramatically improve the rehabilitation of people suffering from Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Stroke, and in the future also help people with cognitive impairments resulting from age-related cognitive decline, mental illnesses, and neurological diseases.
Freeze, sporting blue pancake makeup, purple lipstick, and pasted-on red eyebrows, Preminger went on to produce and direct a comedy in which retired mobster Tough Tony Banks (Jackie Gleason) and his moll, played by Carol Channing, appear as the mismatched parents of a wayward teenybopper who are themselves beholden to a criminal mastermind named God, played by Groucho Marx.
The features include interviews with Hirsch, with Gary Giddins on Duke Ellington's score, with Pat Kirkham on Saul Bass's credit designs; newsreel footage from 1959 about the making of the film in Ishpeming, Michigan, and Marquette County; location photographs by Gjon Mili; selections from a 1967 episode of the television program "Frontline", where Preminger debates a stuffy William F.
Quality-wise there's no comparison, although "River'' directed by Otto Preminger, is a great-looking movie, with excellent use of early Cinemascope.