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Joseph L. Mankiewicz

Joseph L. MankiewiczAKA Joseph Leo Mankiewicz

Born: 11-Feb-1909
Birthplace: Wilkes-Barre, PA
Died: 5-Feb-1993
Location of death: Bedford, NY
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, St. Matthew's Churchyard, Bedford, NY

Gender: Male
Religion: Jewish
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Film Director

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Barefoot Contessa

Father: Frank Mankiewicz
Mother: Johanna Blumenau
Brother: Herman J. Mankiewicz (writer)
Wife: Elizabeth Young (actress, m. 20-May-1934, div. 20-May-1937, one son)
Son: Eric
Wife: Rose Stradner (actress, m. 31-Jul-1939, d. 27-Sep-1958, two sons)
Son: Christopher Mankiewicz (film producer, b. 8-Oct-1940)
Son: Tom Mankiewicz (screenwriter, b. 1-Jun-1942, d. 31-Jul-2010)
Wife: Rosemary Matthews (m. 14-Dec-1962)

    University: BA, Columbia University (1928)

    Oscar for Best Director 1950 for A Letter to Three Wives
    Oscar for Best Screenplay 1950 for A Letter to Three Wives
    Oscar for Best Director 1951 for All About Eve
    Oscar for Best Screenplay 1951 for All About Eve
    Golden Globe 1951 for All About Eve
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6211 Hollywood Blvd.

    Sleuth (10-Dec-1972)
    There Was a Crooked Man... (19-Sep-1970)
    King: A Filmed Record... Montgomery to Memphis (24-Mar-1970)
    The Honey Pot (21-Mar-1967)
    Carol for Another Christmas (28-Dec-1964)
    Cleopatra (12-Jun-1963)
    Suddenly, Last Summer (22-Dec-1959)
    The Quiet American (5-Feb-1958)
    Guys and Dolls (3-Nov-1955)
    The Barefoot Contessa (29-Sep-1954)
    Julius Caesar (4-Jun-1953)
    5 Fingers (22-Feb-1952)
    People Will Talk (29-Aug-1951)
    All About Eve (13-Oct-1950)
    No Way Out (16-Aug-1950)
    House of Strangers (1-Jul-1949)
    A Letter to Three Wives (20-Jan-1949)
    Escape (Mar-1948)
    The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (26-Jun-1947)
    The Late George Apley (20-Mar-1947)
    Somewhere in the Night (12-Jun-1946)
    Dragonwyck (10-Apr-1946)

    George Stevens: A Filmmaker's Journey (25-Sep-1984) · Himself

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