Top Ten Collaborators - The Dark Mirror (1946)

by milam_ogden | created - 14 May 2014 | updated - 14 May 2014 | Public

One of the "psychological" focused film noir from director Robert Siodmak. Receives a solid 7.1 IMDb rating. Here are the major contributors to this successful film from 1946.

1. Vladimir Pozner

Writer | The Dark Mirror

Vladimir Pozner was born on January 5, 1905 in Paris, France. He was a writer and director, known for The Dark Mirror (1946), Another Part of the Forest (1948) and The Conspirators (1944). He died on February 19, 1992 in Paris.

2. Robert Siodmak

Director | Nachts, wenn der Teufel kam

The director Robert Siodmak (which he insisted, be pronounced 'See-odd-mack') was a masterful film maker who successfully blended the techniques of German Expressionism with contemporary styles of American film, particularly film noir, in the process creating a handful of moody, sometimes chilling,...

contracted to direct by International Pictures

3. Nunnally Johnson

Writer | The Grapes of Wrath

The son of a railway superintendent, Nunnally Johnson was schooled in Columbus, Georgia, graduating in 1915. He worked for the local newspaper as a delivery boy, became a junior reporter for the Savannah Press and then moved on to New York in 1919. There, his journalistic career really took off, ...

responsible for the screenplay

4. Dimitri Tiomkin

Music_department | High Noon

Dimitri Tiomkin was a Russian Jewish composer who emigrated to America and became one of the most distinguished and best-loved music writers of Hollywood. He won a hallowed place in the pantheon of the most successful and productive composers in American film history, earning himself four Oscars ...

responsible for music along with uncredited Frank Skinner

5. Milton R. Krasner

Cinematographer | All About Eve

Milton Krasner entered the film industry as an assistant cameraman in 1917, and while working at the Vitagraph and Biograph studios in New York City was promoted to camera operator. Graduating to lighting cameraman in 1933, he was assigned mostly second features until the mid-'40s, when his ...

director of photography

6. Olivia de Havilland

Actress | The Heiress

Olivia Mary de Havilland was born July 1, 1916, in Tokyo, Japan, to British parents Lilian Augusta (Ruse), a former actress, and Walter Augustus de Havilland, an English professor and patent attorney. Her sister, Joan, later to become famous as Joan Fontaine, was born the following year. Her ...

portrayed twins Terry & Ruth Collins

7. Lew Ayres

Actor | Holiday

Lew Ayres was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota and raised in San Diego, California. A college dropout, he was found by a talent scout in the Coconut Grove nightclub in Los Angeles and entered Hollywood as a bit player. He was leading man to Greta Garbo in The Kiss (1929), but it was the role of Paul ...

played Dr Scott Elliott, attempting to treat Collins

8. Thomas Mitchell

Actor | Stagecoach

Thomas Mitchell was one of the great American character actors, whose credits read like a list of the greatest films of the 20th century: Lost Horizon (1937); Stagecoach (1939); The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939); Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939); Gone with the Wind (1939); It's a Wonderful Life...

played Lt Stevenson, trying to solve a murder

9. Richard Long

Actor | The Stranger

Entering films straight out of high school, Richard Long's good looks served him well and got him a contract at Universal Pictures. Making his debut as Claudette Colbert's son in Tomorrow Is Forever (1946), Long played juvenile leads in many Universal productions (he was one of the sons in the "Ma ...

played Rusty, could tell the twins apart

10. Charles Evans

Actor | Demetrius and the Gladiators

Charles Evans is an actor, known for Demetrius and the Gladiators (1954), Cyborg 2087 (1966) and Queen Esther (1948).

played DA Girard



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