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Harry Saltzman

Harry Saltzman

  • Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (1961) July 27 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
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Also Known As: Died: September 21, 1994
Born: October 27, 1915 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: St John, New Brunswick, CA Profession: Producer ...
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Emigrated to the USA with his family when he was still an infant
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Began working in the theater and in TV in the 1940s
1945:
Entered the film industry
1958:
Was one of the co-founders, along with director Tony Richardson and playwright/screenwriter John Osborne, of the production company, Woodfall Film Productions
1956:
Provided story basis for the screenplay of the film, "The Iron Petticoat"
1959:
Produced first film, "Look Back in Anger"
1960:
First screen credit as "executive producer", "Saturday Night and Sunday Morning"
1962:
Formed Eon Productions with Albert R. "Cubby" Broccoli
1962:
Produced (with Broccoli) the first of the James Bond films, "Dr. No"
1965:
Produced (without Albert Broccoli) the first of three spy films featuring the character of Harry Palmer, "The Ipcress File"
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Formed another production company (without Broccoli), Lowndes Productions; first production, "Funeral in Berlin" (1966), a sequel to "The Ipcress File"
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Formed another company with Broccoli for film production and distribution, Danjaq S.A.
1974:
Produced last James Bond film, "The Man with the Golden Gun"; was also last producing collaboration with Albert Broccoli
1975:
Sold interest in Danjaq to United Artists, which had distributed the James Bond films
1980:
Produced first film in six years, "Nijinsky"
1980:
Cut down his activities after suffering a stroke
1982:
Produced the short-lived Broadway play, "A Little Family Business", starring Angela Lansbury and John McMartin
1988:
Produced another film eight years later, his last, "Dom Za Vesanje/Time of the Gypsies", a British-Yugoslavian co-production

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