A Double Life (1947) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by George Cukor and produced by Michael Kanin.
Academy Awards 1947 --- Ceremony Number 20 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Actor||Ronald Colman||Won|
|Best Director||George Cukor||Nominated|
|Best Music - Scoring||Dr. Miklos Rozsa||Won|
|Best Writing||Ruth Gordon, Garson Kanin||Nominated|
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Ronald Colman has trouble with reality in “A Double Life” Ronald Colman A Double Life (1947) is a film noir directed by George Cukor, starring Ronald Colman and Signe Hasso. The husband and wife team of Ruth Gordon and Garson Kanin wrote the screenplay. Milton R. Krasner did ... Read full article
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Paddy Chayefsky, who later became a highly successful author and playwright ("Marty"), can be seen as an uncredited photographer at the death scene. According to Shelley Winters, Chayefsky needed the money to go to New York and get married.
The "Othello" scenes were filmed separately and in the exact order in which they occur in Shakespeare's play, so as to give Ronald Colman the feeling that he was actually appearing in "Othello". Colman felt uneasy about performing Shakespeare, so director George Cukor and Shakespearean actor Walter Hampden, who acted as coach and advisor for these scenes, tried to make Colman as comfortable as possible in them.
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