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ORSON WELLES (1915-1985).
American director, producer, screenwriter, and actor. Shown broadcasting his famous adaptation of H.G. Wells' novel 'The War of the Worlds,' 30 October 1938. Oil over a photograph.
Lebanese film director. Photographed while filming 'West Beirut,' in 1998.
HOWARD HUGHES (1905-1976).
American industrialist, aviator, and film producer. Photographed on the set of 'Sky Devils,' 1931.
VIETNAM WAR, 1967.
Private Daniel Bauer, a filmmaker with DASPO, crossing an irrigation canal with members of the 199th Infantry
en route to a Viet Cong-controlled village. Photograph 21 November 1967.
ALFRED HITCHCOCK (1899-1980). Alfred Joseph Hitchcock. English motion picture director. Photograph, 1973.
TRIUMPH OF THE WILL, 1934.
Leni Riefenstahl directing the filming of German chancellor Adolf Hitler watching members of the Reichsarbeitsdienst (State Labor Service) march through Adolf-Hilter-Platz in Nuremburg, Germany, for her film, 'Triumph of the Will,' on 6 September 1934.
(1902-2003). German photographer, director and actress. Riefenstahl with cameraman Walter Frentz during the shooting of her two-part Olympic-games movie in Berlin. Part 1 - Festival of Beatuy and Part 2 - Festival of the Nations. Photograph, 1936.
FILM: MARNIE, 1964.
Alfred Hitchcock and Tippi Hedren on the set of the film 'Marnie.' Photograph, 1964.
FILM: THE HEIRESS, 1949.
William Wyler, seated, directing Olivia de Havilland in a scene for 'The Heiress' 1949, after Henry James' novel 'Washington Square.'
WALT DISNEY (1901-1966).
American motion-picture cartoon producer. Autograph signature.
STANLEY KUBRICK (1928-1999). American film director. Photographed on the set of 'Lolita,' 1962.
ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987).
American artist and filmmaker. Warhol (right) with the Italian fashion designer Valentino at the opening of Valentino's boutique in Paris, France, 1976. Photographed by Giovanni Coruzzi.
PREMINGER & SEBERG, 1957.
American film director Otto Preminger (1906-1986) and American actress Jean Seberg (1938-1979) on the set of Preminger's film 'Saint Joan,' after the play by George Bernard Shaw, 9 May 1957.
NEGRI AND LUBITSCH.
Actress Pola Negri (1897-1987) and director Ernst Lubitsch (1892-1947) rehearsing for a scene of the silent movie 'Forbidden Paradise,' 1924.
MAX LINDER (1883-1925).
French comic and silent film actor, director and producer. Photograph, early 20th century.
FILM: NOTORIOUS, 1946.
The diretor Alfred Hitchcock taking his stars, Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman, for a ride during the filming of 'Notorious,' 1946.
SILENT FILM SET, 1920s.
Mary Miles Minter and Mickey Moore acting before the Hollywood camera for All Soul's Eve in the 1920s. Chester Franklin directing with cinematographer Faxon Dean and assistant.
JOHN HUSTON (1906-1987).
Director London United Kingdom 1967. Photographed by Horst Tappe.
GISÈLE ANSORGE (1923-1993).
Writer 1993. Photographed by Horst Tappe.
MACK SENNETT (1884-1960).
American film producer and director: photograph, n.d.
DAVID LEAN (1908-1991).
English motion-picture director. Photographed while directing 'Lawrence of Arabia,' 1962.
SALVADOR DALI (1904-1989).
Spanish painter. Photographed in Paris by Carl Van Vechten on 16 June 1934.
RENE CLAIR (1898-1981).
French journalist and motion-picture director and producer. Photographed c1941.
STANLEY KUBRICK (1928-1999).
American film director. Photographed on the set of "Fear and Desire."
FILM: ABRAHAM LINCOLN, 1930.
Walter Huston as Abraham Lincoln and D.W. Griffith on the set of the D.W. Griffith film 'Abraham Lincoln,' 1930.
FILM: AFRICAN QUEEN, 1951.
John Houston directing 'The African Queen,' starring Humphrey Bogart and Katherine Hepburn, on location in Africa, 1951.
SILENT STILL: BATHING.
CITIZEN KANE, 1941.
Charles Foster Kane, played by Orson Welles, who also directed the film, and his wife, Susan Alexander Kane (Dorothy Comingore) alone in their vast home.
MICHAEL TODD (1907-1958).
American theater and film producer. Photographed by Toni Frissell at the Jones Beach Theater, Long Island, New York, 1952.
FILM: PUBLIC ENEMY, 1931.
Filming a scene for 'The Public Enemy' starring James Cagney, directed by William A. Wellman, 1931.
RENÉ CLAIR (1898-1981).
French journalist and motion-picture director and producer. Photographed c1936.
HANS RICHTER (1888-1976).
German artist and film producer. Photograph, 1947.
INGMAR BERGMAN (1918-2007).
Swedish director and screenwriter. Photograph, c1976.
CECIL B. DeMILLE (1881-1959).
American film director and producer. With Elissa Lamdi and cameraman Karl Struss on the set of "The Sign of the Cross."
JEROME ROBBINS (1918-1998).
Jerome Robbins, left, co-directing a scene from "West Side Story" on location, 1961.
FILM: THE MISFITS, 1961.
Clockwise from top: Arthur Miller, Eli Wallach, John Huston, Montgomery Clift, Marilyn Monroe and Clark Gable. Photographed on location while filming 'The Misfits,' 1961.
LEAN AND SPIEGEL.
David Lean (1908-1991), English filmmaker, with Sam Spiegel (1903-1985), Hollywood producer. Photographed in 1962.
(1904-1981). American cinema actor and director. Montgomery in a scene from 'Night Must Fall,' 1937.
(1889-1977). Charles Spencer Chaplin. English film actor, director, and comedian. Chaplin photographed on location during the shooting of his film 'The Gold Rush,' 1925.
DALI: SELF-PORTRAIT, 1941.
Self-Portrait with Bacon. Oil on canvas by Salvador Dali, 1941. EDITORIAL USE ONLY. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
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