Carl Foreman Overview:

Producer, Carl Foreman, was born on Jul 23, 1914 in Chicago, IL. Foreman died at the age of 69 on Jun 26, 1984 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles .



Although Foreman was nominated for five Oscars, he never won a competitive Academy Award.

Academy Awards

YearAwardFilm nameRoleResult
1949Best WritingChampion (1949)N/ANominated
1950Best WritingThe Men (1950)N/ANominated
1952Best WritingHigh Noon (1952)N/ANominated
1961Best WritingThe Guns of Navarone (1961)N/ANominated
1972Best WritingYoung Winston (1972)N/ANominated

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When he heard the news that his The Victors (1963) assistant editor, Gordon Davie,'s first child (Andy Davie) had been born, Carl sent a magnum of champagne to wet the baby's head.

As preparation for The Men (1950), Foreman and director Fred Zinnemann spent a month in a veteran's hospital researching, while star Marlon Brando lived, for a time, in its paraplegic unit.

Wrote the original draft of the Marlon Brando motorcycle film, The Wild One (1953). The script fell afoul of the Breen Office censors--supposedly because it sought to explain the motorcyclists' sense of frustration instead of just portraying them as crazed, violent outlaws--and was re-written, to Brando's bitter disappointment.

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