Dodsworth (1936) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by William Wyler and produced by Samuel Goldwyn and Merritt Hulburd.
Dodsworth was inducted into the National Film Registry in 1990.
Academy Awards 1936 --- Ceremony Number 9 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Actor||Walter Huston||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actress||Maria Ouspenskaya||Nominated|
|Best Art Direction||Richard Day||Won|
|Best Director||William Wyler||Nominated|
|Best Picture||Samuel Goldwyn Productions||Nominated|
|Best Writing||Sidney Howard||Nominated|
Dodsworth (1936)By Beatrice on Jul 22, 2013 From Flickers in Time
Dodsworth Directed by William Wyler 1936/USA The Samuel Goldwyn Company Repeat viewing #101 of 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die This intelligent drama is one of my favorite movies of any time. ?I always forget just how much I love it until I see it again. Sam Dodsworth (Walter Huston) has m... Read full article
My Favorite Film: Walter Huston’s DodsworthBy Wade Sheeler on Apr 12, 2013 From Pretty Clever Films
TCM will air Dodsworth & The Treasure of the Sierra Madre this Sunday, April 14, 2013 I was a weird kid. I could make a list a mile long ?why.? But for now, the example I?ll give is the first two movie stars that I loved – Gary Cooper and Walter Huston. Gary Cooper, I?m sure you get. He wa... Read full article
Dodsworth (1)By Eric on Feb 27, 2013 From Classic Film Talk
Once in a while I see a film that surprises me. Dodsworth, from 1936 is one of these. It is easily one of the best films I’ve seen, all the more so because of it’s era. Movies from the 30s tend to have that overacted sentimentality, with sing-song speaking patterns from the women and bra... Read full article
Haiku: Dodsworth (1936)By KC on Sep 12, 2012 From Classic Movies
Freedom is lonely Without a travel partner The past fades away Image Source... Read full article
Dodsworth (1936).By Dawn on Apr 2, 2012 From Noir and Chick Flicks
Dodsworth(1936). Drama film directed by William Wyler. Sidney Howard based the screenplay on his 1934 stage adaptation of the 1929 novel of the same name by Sinclair Lewis. Cast: Walter Huston, Ruth Chatterton, Mary Astor, David Niven, Baron Kurt Von Obersdorf, Spring Byington. After Sam Dodsworth,... Read full article
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William Wyler spent a whole afternoon shooting the sequence where Fran (Ruth Chatterton) burns a letter from her husband; he wanted the letter to specifically blow gently along the terrace, stop for a moment, and then continue to flutter as the scene faded to black as a metaphor for Fran and Sam's failing marriage.
Mary Astor wrote in her memoirs that Edith Cortright was her favorite role, also reflecting that she channeled her struggle of her public divorce into her role: "When I went into court and faced the bedlam...that would have broken me up completely, I kept the little pot boiling that was Edith Cortright."
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