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Director / Producer
1897 - 1987 
Born October 8, Tbilisi, Georgia
Key Genres: Drama, Comedy, Musical  TSPDT Rating: 7
Key Collaborators: William Shea (Editor), Alfred Newman (Composer), Richard Day (Production Designer), Tyrone Power (Leading Player), Miriam Hopkins (Leading Player), Linda Darnell (Leading Player), Arthur Freed (Producer), Samuel Hoffenstein (Screenwriter), Garrett Fort (Screenwriter), Ray Rennahan (Cinematographer)
Highly Recommended: Love Me Tonight (1932)
Recommended: Applause (1929), Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931), The Mark of Zorro (1940), Silk Stockings (1957)
Worth a Look: City Streets (1931), Queen Christina (1933), Becky Sharp (1935), Golden Boy (1939), Blood and Sand (1941), Rings on Her Fingers (1942)
Approach with Caution: Summer Holiday (1948)
Links: [ IMDB ] [ TCMDB ] [ All-Movie Guide ] [ Senses of Cinema: Great Directors ] [ Film Reference ] [ Wikipedia ] [ Biography ] [ Leonard Maltin Biography ] [ Guardian Article (2008) ]
Books: [ Reinventing Reality: The Art and Life of Rouben Mamoulian ] [ Rouben Mamoulian ]
DVD's: [ Amazon ]
1,000 Greatest Films: Love Me Tonight (1932)
Ain't Nobody's Blues But My Own: Blood and Sand (1941)
 
 

 

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