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Henry Hathaway Overview:

Director, Henry Hathaway, was born Marquis Henri Leonard de Fiennes on Mar 13, 1898 in Sacramento, CA. Hathaway died at the age of 86 on Feb 11, 1985 in Hollywood, CA and was laid to rest in Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, CA.

HONORS and AWARDS:

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Although Hathaway was nominated for one Oscar, he never won a competitive Academy Award.

Academy Awards

YearAwardFilm nameRoleResult
1935Best DirectorThe Lives of a Bengal Lancer (1935)N/ANominated
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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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Mini Tribute: at Work

By Annmarie Gatti on Mar 13, 2016 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

Born March 13, 1898 Director ! learned his directorial craft during the Silent Era working as an assistant to notable directors including Victor Fleming, Josef von Sternberg and Fred Niblo. He made his credited directorial debut in 1932 with Heritage of the Desert, starr... Read full article


Garden of Evil (1954, )

on Dec 9, 2013 From The Stop Button

For a while it seems like the third act of Garden of Evil will make up for the rest of the film’s problems. Or at least give it somewhere to excel. Sadly, director Hathaway and screenwriter Frank Fention inexplicably tack on a terrible coda–tying into the title no less–and effectiv... Read full article


Diplomatic Courier (1952, )

on Mar 5, 2012 From The Stop Button

Diplomatic Courier starts a lot stronger than it finishes. For the first half or so, it’s a post-war variation of a thirties Hitchcock–a lot of unexplained, strange incidents and a protagonist trying to unravel them. Then it changes gear, becoming a Hollywood attempt at The Third Man. It... Read full article


Sundown (1941, )

on Sep 7, 2011 From The Stop Button

The majority of Sundown is excellent. Hathaway sort of mixes the Western and British colonial adventure genre with a World War II propaganda piece. New Mexico stands in for Kenya?it?s an interesting war film because there aren?t any Americans. Lead Bruce Cabot is playing a Canadian. Cabot does well ... Read full article


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Henry Hathaway Facts
Hathaways was shooting a scene on location on Wall Street in New York City. Many of the windows in the adjoining buildings were filled with office workers leaning out to watch the filming going on below them. Hathaway got so frustrated with all the attendant noise that he finally leaped out of his director's chair, looked upwards at the crowds and yelled, "God damn it, I don't look over your shoulders when you work!".

Hathaway's grandfather was commissioned to acquire the Sandwich Islands (Hawaii) by the King of Belgians, hence Hathaway inherited the title Marquis.

Directed 2 actors to Oscar nominations: Richard Widmark (Best Supporting Actor, Kiss of Death (1947)), and John Wayne (Best Actor, True Grit (1969)). Wayne won an Oscar for his performance.

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