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Emeric Pressburger

Emeric Pressburger

  • Canterbury Tale, A (1944) October 05 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • Red Shoes, The (1948) October 05 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
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Also Known As: Died: February 5, 1988
Born: December 5, 1902 Cause of Death: bronchial pneumonia
Birth Place: Miskolc, HU Profession: Writer ...
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Screenwriter for films in Austria and Germany
1934:
Moved to Paris
1935:
Co-screenwriting official debut for the French operetta, "La Vie Parisienne"
1936:
Moves to England and writes script for "One Rainy Afternoon"
1938:
First works with director Michael Powell by penning the screenplay of "The Spy in Black"
1940:
Writes "Contraband" and debuts as a director, in collaboration with Powell, on the feature
1942:
Debut as a producer of a feature, "One of Our Aircraft is Missing"
1942:
Formed production company with Powell, The Archers and for more than a decade co-wrote, co- directed and co-produced with him
1948:
Co-directed and co-wrote "The Red Shoes"
1953:
First feature solo directorial effort, "Twice Upon a Time"
1957:
Last project with Powell, "Ill Met by Moonlight"
1964:
Last produced screenplay with his own name credited, "Behold a Pale Horse", based on his story, "Killing A Mouse on Sunday"

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