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Edmund Goulding Overview:

Director, Edmund Goulding, was born on Mar 20, 1891 in Feltham, England. Goulding died at the age of 68 on Dec 24, 1959 in Los Angeles, CA and was laid to rest in Forest Lawn (Glendale) Cemetery in Los Angeles, CA.

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Grand Hotel (, 1932)

By Judy on Feb 23, 2011 From Movie Classics

I’ve been getting increasingly interested in the Barrymores recently and watching a lot of their films, so I want to write about some more of them here. Glossy drama Grand Hotel is one of three  films made in 1932 which starred brothers John and Lionel together – the others were Arsene L... Read full article


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Edmund Goulding Facts
He married his wife very quickly after learning that she was dying from tuberculosis.

He wrote a screenplay specifically for Joan Crawford, entitled "Never Goodbye", however she rejected the part. In response to his reaction, she said, "What are you bitching for? You got your fifty thousand dollars for writing the damn thing".

Directed 9 actors to Oscar nominations: Gloria Swanson (Best Actress, The Trespasser (1929)), Nancy Carroll (Best Actress, The Devil's Holiday (1930)), Fay Bainter (Best Actress, White Banners (1938)), Bette Davis (Best Actress, Dark Victory (1939)), Mary Astor (Best Supporting Actress, The Great Lie (1941)), Joan Fontaine (Best Actress, The Constant Nymph (1943)), Anne Baxter (Best Supporting Actress, The Razor's Edge (1946)), Clifton Webb (Best Supporting Actor, The Razor's Edge (1946)), and Edmund Gwenn (Best Supporting Actor,
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