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Legendary director, Vincente Minnelli, was born Lester Anthony Minnelli on Feb 28, 1903 in Chicago, IL. Minnelli died at the age of 83 on Jul 25, 1986 in Beverly Hills, CA and was laid to rest in Forest Lawn (Glendale) Cemetery in Glendale, CA.
HONORS and AWARDS:.
Vincente Minnelli was nominated for two Academy Awards, winning one for Best Director for Gigi in 1958.
|1951||Best Director||An American in Paris (1951)||N/A||Nominated|
|1958||Best Director||Gigi (1958)||N/A||Won|
He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.
Announcing the Blogathon!By Michaela on Sep 6, 2016 From Love Letters to Old Hollywood
A genius filmmaker, created some of cinema's most amazing images, as well as some of its greatest works: Meet Me in St. Louis, An American in Paris, The Bad and the Beautiful, Father of the Bride, The Band Wagon, the list goes on! So, in honor of Mr. Minnelli, I wanted to host my v... Read full article
Father of the Bride (1950, )By Andrew Wickliffe on Feb 24, 2014 From The Stop Button
Father of the Bride is such a constant delight, it’s practically over before its problems become clear. First off, it’s definitely about the titular Father–a wonderful Spencer Tracy–who not only narrates but is in almost every scene. The wedding reception, when he’s cha... Read full article
31 Days of Oscar:By Emily on Feb 21, 2014 From The Vintage Cameo
Few directors have made as lasting and beautiful a contribution to musical films as , the filmmaker responsible for helming such enduring classics as An American in Paris, Meet Me in St. Louis, The Pirate, The Band Wagon, and Gigi. Happily, in a month filled with Oscar-related woes ... Read full article
Some Came Running (, 1958)By Judy on Jan 12, 2014 From Movie Classics
Director created one of the warmest portrayals of American family life on film in the great musical Meet Me in St Louis (1944). But he gives a very different, darker take on families in Some Came Running, a 1950s melodrama which tackles the type of subject matter that Douglas Sirk ... Read full article
The Band Wagon (, 1953)By Judy on Mar 16, 2013 From Movie Classics
Fred Astaire and Cyd Charisse Theres a Western musical number in one of Fred Astaires least-known films, Lets Dance (1950), where a TV set is seen on the wall, showing a cowboy film. Astaire eyes it disbelievingly for a second then whips out a gun and shoots the screen. A slightly less drastic ... Read full article
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