George Cukor (1899–1983)


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George Cukor was an American film director of Hungarian-Jewish descent, better known for directing comedies and literary adaptations. He once won the Academy Award for Best Director, and was nominated other four times for the same Award. In 1899, George Dewey Cukor was born on the Lower East Side of New York City. His parents were assistant ... See full bio »

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Won 1 Oscar. Another 13 wins & 23 nominations. See more awards »

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My Fair Lady Director
(1964)
(1940)
A Star Is Born Director
(1954)
Les Girls Director
(1957)

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 2003 Barbra Streisand: The Movie Album (Video short) (segment "Wild Is The Wind")
 1979 The Corn Is Green (TV Movie)
 1976 The Blue Bird
 1975 Love Among the Ruins (TV Movie)
 1969 Justine
 1964 My Fair Lady
 1962 Something's Got to Give (Short)
 1960 Song Without End (finished after Vidor's death, uncredited)
 1958 Hot Spell (uncredited)
 1957 Les Girls
 1956 Lust for Life (co-director - uncredited)
 1953 The Actress
 1952 Pat and Mike
 1949 Adam's Rib
 1947 A Double Life
 1947 Desire Me (uncredited)
 1944 I'll Be Seeing You (uncredited)
 1944 Gaslight
 1943 Resistance and Ohm's Law (Documentary short)
 1940 Susan and God
 1939 Gone with the Wind (uncredited)
 1939 The Women
 1939 The Wizard of Oz (uncredited)
 1938 Zaza
 1938 Holiday
 1938 I Met My Love Again (uncredited)
 1936 Camille
 1935 No More Ladies (uncredited)
 1934 Manhattan Melodrama (uncredited)
 1933 Little Women
 1933 Our Betters
 1932 The Animal Kingdom (uncredited)
 1932 Rockabye
 1932 One Hour with You (uncredited)
 1930 Grumpy
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Other Works:

Stage Play: The Furies. Written by Zoe Akins. Directed by George Cukor. Shubert Theatre: 7 Mar 1928- Apr 1928 (closing date unknown/45 performances). Cast: A.E. Anson (as "Oliver Bedloe"), Alan Campbell, John Cumberland, Clarence Handyside [final Broadway role], Charles Henderson, Ross Hertz (as "Bradley"), Alfred Kappeler (as "District ... See more »

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2 Biographical Movies | 7 Print Biographies | 6 Portrayals | 2 Interviews | 10 Articles | 1 Pictorial | See more »

Height:

5' 8" (1.73 m)
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[on Bette Davis] She is a star, and all stars learn how to cultivate one very important asset early in their career: a very short memory. They remember only what they want to remember. See more »

Trivia:

Was fired as director of Gone with the Wind (1939) only a month before The Women (1939) was scheduled to begin filming. Producer Hunt Stromberg enlisted Cukor's services immediately upon his sudden availability. See more »

Trademark:

He was often regarded as a "women's director" because his films frequently are centered around strong female characters. See more »

Star Sign:

Cancer

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