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Charles Vidor Overview:

Director, Charles Vidor, was born Károly Vidor on Jul 27, 1900 in Budapest, Austria-Hungary (now Hungary). Vidor died at the age of 58 on Jun 4, 1959 in Vienna, Austria .

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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Tempting to shake the blues away: Doris Day in Love Me or Leave Me (, 1956)

By Virginie Pronovost on Apr 3, 2019 From The Wonderful World of Cinema

In 1955, Doris Day was already a well-established actress and music entertainer. She was making films since 1948 (Romance on the High Seas) and had quickly conquered our hearts with her enchanting voice, her smile and her sense of fun. In 1955, she also delivered what is considered to be one of the ... Read full article


The Joker Is Wild (, 1957)

By Judy on Nov 16, 2013 From Movie Classics

I’ll be writing about a few Frank Sinatra films between now and the end of the year – I can’t promise to update very frequently, but hope to cover a few movies.?After having seen little-known biopic The Joker Is Wild on TV recently, I just can’t understand why it isn’t ... Read full article


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Charles Vidor Facts
Biography in: John Wakeman, editor. "World Film Directors, Volume One, 1890-1945." Pages 1125-1130. New York: The H.W. Wilson Company, 1987.

Member of the jury at the Cannes Film Festival in 1958.

Vidor worked for many years at Columbia Pictures, although he did not get along particularly well with Harry Cohn, the studio owner. Cohn had a reputation as a crude and foul-mouthed man, in addition to being a vindictive one. Vidor tired of Cohn's constant swearing and profanity--much of it directed at him--and in 1946 he took Cohn to court in an attempt to get him to stop. He lost the case, and Cohn made his life a living hell until 1948, when Vidor bought out his contract for $75,000.

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