Directed an all-star cast in "The Women"
Directed Marilyn Monroe in "Let's Make Love"
Enjoyed first success as a Broadway director with "The Great Gatsby"
First film as co-director (with Cyril Gardner), "Grumpy"
Guided Judy Holiday to a Best Actress Oscar in "Born Yesterday"; received fourth Best Director nomination
Helmed "Gaslight", a thriller starring Ingrid Bergman (in an Oscar-winning performance), Charles Boyer and Angela Lansbury
Helmed both "Camille" with Greta Garbo and "Romeo and Juliet" with Norma Shearer and Leslie Howard
Helmed the musical "Les Girls", with Gene Kelly and Mitzi Gaynor
Again directed Holiday in "The Marrying Kind"
Became a Broadway stage manager, first for Edgar Selwyn organization, then for the Shuberts
Broadway directorial debut, credited as co-stager of "Antonia"
Final TV-movie, a remake of "The Corn Is Green" (CBS) starring Katharine Hepburn
First film with Katharine Hepburn, "A Bill of Divorcement"
General manager and actor with the Lyceum Players (Rochester, New York) where he made stage directing debut
Helmed "Adam's Rib", which teamed Hepburn and Spencer Tracy
Made first color film, "A Star Is Born", teaming Judy Garland and James Mason
Returned to features as director of "Justine", adapted from one of Lawrence Durrell's novels that comprised "The Alexandria Quartet"
Reunited with Tracy and Hepburn for "Pat and Mike"
Directed Garbo in her final screen appearance in "Two-Faced Woman"
Directed Hepburn in "Little Women"; received first Best Director Oscar nomination
Enlisted in Army Signal Corps at age of 43; honorably discharged a year later and returned to MGM
Final feature film, "Rich and Famous"
First TV-movie, "Love Among the Ruins" (ABC), starring Katharine Hepburn and Laurence Olivier; won Emmy Award
Loaned to MGM for "Dinner at Eight"
Signed contract with MGM
Was fired from "Gone with the Wind"
Went to Hollywood under contract to Paramount and earned first screen credit, as dialogue director for "River of Romance"
Went to Russia to direct the first Soviet-US co-production, the misguided "The Blue Bird", starring Elizabeth Taylor, Ava Gardner and Jane Fonda
Did uncredited tests for "The Wizard of Oz"
Guided Hepburn and Cary Grant through "Holiday", an engaging adaptation of Philip Barry's romantic comedy
Helmed "Travels with My Aunt"; star Maggie Smith garnered a Best Actress Oscar nomination
Hired as stage manager in Chicago for "The Better 'Ole"
Last film with Holiday, "It Should Happen to You"
Put under contract by RKO
Received third Best Director Oscar nod for "A Double Life", a drama about an actor who takes playing Othello a little too close to heart; star Ronald Coleman picked up a Best Actor Oscar
Reteamed with Hepburn and Grant for another Philip Barry adaptation "The Philadelphia Story"; earned second Academy Award nomination as Best Director; James Stewart received the Best Actor Oscar
Served in sudent Army Training Corps
Signed to direct Marilyn Monroe in "Something's Got to Give"; film never completed
Solo film directing debut, "The Tarnished Lady"
Won Best Director Oscar for helming "My Fair Lady", starring Rex Harrison and Audrey Hepburn; last film for five years