Philip Dunne

Author, Producer - USA
Born February 11, 1908 in New York, NY, US
Died June 2, 1992 in Malibu, CA, USA

Philip Dunne was born on February 11, 1908 in New York, NY, US. He was an American Author, Producer, known for The Egyptian (1954), The Agony and the Ecstasy (1964), The Robe (1953), Philip Dunne's first movie on record is from 1938. Philip Dunne died on June 2, 1992 in Malibu, CA, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1965.

Philip Dunne Filmography [Auszug]
1965: [] Blindfold (New York Express) (Director), with Jack Warden, Alejandro Rey, Mort Mills,
1964: [/ /1] The Agony and the Ecstasy (Scenario), Directed by Carol Reed, with Harry Andrews, Diane Cilento, Rex Harrison,
1962: [/ /1] The Inspector (Director), with Stephen Boyd, Hugh Griffith, Dolores Hart,
1961: [/ /1] Wild in the Country (Director), with John Ireland, Hope Lange, Millie Perkins,
1959: [] Blue Demim (Blue Jeans) (Director), with Macdonald Carey, Brandon de Wilde, Carol Lynley,
1958: [] Ten North Frederick (Director), with Gary Cooper, Fred Essler, Suzy Parker,
1956: [] Hilda Crane (Director), with Jean Simmons, Guy Madison, Jean-Pierre Aumont,
1954: [] The Egyptian (Scenario), Directed by Michael Curtiz, with Edmund Purdom, Michael Wilding, Gene Tierney,
1954: [/ /1] Prince of Players (Director), with Charles Bickford, Richard Burton, John Derek,
1953: [] The Robe (Scenario), Directed by Henry Koster, with Dawn Addams, , ,
1951: [10.18] Anne of the Indies (Scenario), Directed by Jacques Tourneur, with Jean Peters, Louis Jourdan, Debra Paget,
1951: [08.10] David and Bathsheba (Scenario), Directed by Henry King, with Gregory Peck, Susan Hayward, James Robertson Justice,
1949: [09.29] Pinky (Scenario), Directed by Elia Kazan, John Ford, with Jeanne Crain, Ethel Barrymore, Ethel Waters,
1947: [10.22] Forever Amber (Scenario), Directed by Otto Preminger, John M. Stahl, with Linda Darnell, Cornel Wilde, Richard Greene,
1947: [/ /1] The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (Scenario), Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, with Edna Best, Isobel Elsom, Natalie Wood,
1944: [] The Town (Producer), Directed by Josef von Sternberg,
1940: [] How green was my valley (Scenario), Directed by John Ford, with Walter Pidgeon, Maureen O'Hara, Anna Lee,
1940: [/ /1] Johnny Apollo (Scenario), Directed by Henry Hathaway, with Charley Grapewin, Dorothy Lamour, Fuzzy Knight,
1939: [/ /1] The Rains came (Scenario), Directed by Clarence Brown, with H.B. Warner, Brenda Joyce, Harry Hayden,
1938: [/ /1] Suez (Scenario), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Annabella, J. Edward Bromberg, Tyrone Power,

. 9 . 11 . 13 . 14 . 15 . 17

Filmography Philip Dunne nach Kategorien

Produzent Regie Drehbuch

Philip Dunne in other Database records:

The information above does not purport to be exhaustive, but give the level of information to our database at the time of last update. All figures are best knowledge and belief researched to, legal claims arising from incorrect or missing information are expressly rejected.
Due to the current law in some countries can be held responsible person who addresses refers to having a criminal content spread may or criminal content and pages further refer, unless he closes clear from such liability. Our links below are researched to the best of my knowledge and belief, but we can not accept in any way for the content of these web pages and links from us any liability. We provide this explanation by analogy from all countries and all languages of. Quotations, if not otherwise marked, in the usual right to quote with identification of the sources added.
The copyright lies with the authors of these quotes - Philip Dunne - KinoTV