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1.Student Prince,Mario Lanza

The Student Prince (film)
The Student Prince is a 1954 CinemaScope color film musical featuring, as the credits read, “the singing voice of Mario Lanza”. Lanza had become embroiled in a bitter dispute with MGM during production and the studio dismissed him. Under the terms of the settlement with Lanza, MGM retained the…

 

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The Student Prince (1954)

107 min  –  Musical   –  15 June 1954 (USA)
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Users: 6.4/10 (347 votes) 14 reviewsThe World’s Greatest Love Musical

Director:

Richard Thorpe, and 1 more credit »

Writers:

Dorothy Donnelly (play), Sonya Levien, and 3 more credits »

Stars:

Ann Blyth, Edmund Purdom and John Ericson

Mario Lanza (January 31, 1921 – October 7, 1959) was an American tenor

Tenor
The tenor is a type of male singing voice and is the highest male voice within the modal register. The typical tenor voice lies between C3, the C one octave below middle C, to the A above middle C in choral music, and up to high C in solo work. The low extreme for tenors is roughly F2…

 and Hollywood movie star of the late 1940s and the 1950s. The son of Italian immigrants, he began studying to be a professional singer at the age of 15. Orchestral conductor Arturo Toscanini

Arturo Toscanini

Arturo Toscanini was an Italian conductor. One of the most acclaimed musicians of the late 19th century and 20th century, he was renowned for his brilliant intensity, his restless perfectionism, his phenomenal ear for orchestral detail and sonority, and his photographic memory…

 would reputedly later call him “the greatest voice of the twentieth century.” Others referred to him extravagantly as the “new Caruso”, after his “instant success” in Hollywood films, while MGM hoped that he would become the movie studio’s “singing Clark Gable

Clark Gable
William Clark Gable was an American film actor, nicknamed “The King of Hollywood” in his heyday. In 1999, the American Film Institute named Gable seventh among the greatest male stars of all time….

” due to his good looks and powerful voice.

After appearing at the Hollywood Bowl

Hollywood Bowl

The Hollywood Bowl is a modern amphitheater in the Hollywood area of Los Angeles, California, United States that is used primarily for music performances…

 in 1947, Lanza signed a seven-year contract with MGM’s head, Louis B. Mayer

Louis B. Mayer
Louis Burt Mayer was a Belarus-born American film producer. He is generally cited as the creator of the “star system” within Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in its golden years. Known always as Louis B…

, who saw his performance and was impressed by his singing. Prior to this, Lanza had made only two appearances on an operatic stage, when in 1948 he sang the role of Pinkerton in Puccini

Giacomo Puccini
Giacomo Antonio Domenico Michele Secondo Maria Puccini was an Italian composer whose operas, including La bohème, Tosca, Madama Butterfly, and Turandot, are among the most frequently performed in the standard repertoire…

‘s Madama Butterflyin New Orleans.

Madama Butterfly
Madama Butterfly is an opera in three acts by Giacomo Puccini, with an Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa. Puccini based his opera in part on the short story “Madame Butterfly” by John Luther Long, which was dramatized by David Belasco…

 

His movie debut was in That Midnight Kiss, which produced an unlikely hit song in the form of Giuseppe Verdi

That Midnight Kiss
That Midnight Kiss was the screen debut of tenor Mario Lanza, also starring Kathryn Grayson, and released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Among the supporting cast were Ethel Barrymore, conductor/pianist Jose Iturbi , Keenan Wynn, J. Carroll Naish, and Jules Munshin…

 

Giuseppe Verdi
Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi was an Italian Romantic composer, mainly of opera. He was one of the most influential composers of the 19th century…

‘s operatic aria “Celeste Aida.” The following year, in The Toast of New Orleans, his featured popular song “Be My Love” became his first million-selling hit. In 1951, he starred in the role of his tenor idol, Enrico Caruso (1873–1921), in the biopic, The Great Caruso, which produced another million-seller with “The Loveliest Night of the Year.” It was the top-grossing film that year. The title song of his next film, Because You’re Mine, featured his final million-selling hit song. The song went on to receive an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song. After recording the soundtrack for his next film, The Student Princehe walked out on the project after an argument with producer Dore Schary

The Toast of New Orleans
The Toast of New Orleans is a 1950 musical film directed by Norman Taurog and choreographed by Eugene Loring. It starred Mario Lanza, Kathryn Grayson, David Niven, J. Carroll Naish, James Mitchell and a teenaged Rita Moreno…

 

The Great Caruso
The Great Caruso is a 1951 biographical film made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. It was directed by Richard Thorpe and produced by Joe Pasternak with Jesse L. Lasky as associate producer from a screenplay by Sonya Levien and William Ludwig. The original music was by Johnny Green and the cinematography by…

 

Because You’re Mine
This article is about the 1952 musical comedy film. For other uses see Because You’re Mine .Because You’re Mine is a 1952 musical comedy film starring Mario Lanza. Directed by Alexander Hall, the film also stars Doretta Morrow, James Whitmore, and Dean Miller.-Plot:Opera singer superstar Renato…

 

The Student Prince
The Student Prince is an operetta with music by Sigmund Romberg and book and lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly. It is based on Wilhelm Meyer-Förster’s play Alt Heidelberg. The piece has elements of melodrama but lacks the swashbuckling style common to Romberg’s other works…

 

Dore Schary
Isadore “Dore” Schary was an American motion picture director, writer, and producer, and playwright. He graduated from Central High School in Newark, New Jersey ….

 over his behavior on the set.

Lanza was known to be “rebellious, tough, and ambitious”, and during most of his film career, he suffered from addictions to overeating and alcohol which had a serious effect on his health and his relationships with directors, producers and sometimes other cast members. Hollywood columnist Hedda Hopper

Hedda Hopper
Hedda Hopper was an American actress and gossip columnist, whose long-running feud with friend turned arch-rival Louella Parsons became at least as notorious as many of Hopper’s columns.-Early life:…

 writes that “his smile, which was as big as his voice, was matched with the habits of a tiger cub, impossible to housebreak.” She adds that he was the “last of the great romantic performers”. He made three more films before dying of a heart attack at the age of 38. At the time of his death in 1959 he was still “the most famous tenor in the world”. Author Eleonora Kimmel concludes that Lanza “blazed like a meteor whose light lasts a brief moment in time.”

The Lanza “myth” was created by familiar Hollywood formulae, which took his social class and Italian-American identity and combined them with his good looks and exceptional talent as a singer to create the “poor boy makes good”, who is “transformed into a star”. He genuinely appealed to audiences worldwide, however, owing to his ability to cater to a wide variety of musical tastes. He could sing operatic arias, popular songs, Neapolitan favorites, operettas, sacred melodies and Great American Songbook

Great American Songbook
The Great American Songbook is a nebulously-defined construct that seeks to represent the best American songs of the 20th century principally from Broadway theatre, musical theatre, and Hollywood musicals, from the 1920s to 1960, including dozens of songs of enduring popularity…

 standards, making him what some call the “crossover artist supreme”.

Today, the “magnitude of his contribution to popular music is still hotly debated”, and because he appeared on the opera stage only twice, many critics feel that he needed to have had more “operatic quality time” in major theatres before he could be considered a great star of that art form. Nonetheless, his groundbreaking films, especially The Great Caruso, influenced numerous future opera stars, including José Carreras

José Carreras
Josep Maria Carreras i Coll , better known as José Carreras , is a Catalan Spanish tenor particularly known for his performances in the operas of Verdi and Puccini…

, Plácido Domingo

Plácido Domingo
José Plácido Domingo Embil KBE , better known as Plácido Domingo, is a Spanish tenor and conductor known for his versatile and strong voice, possessing a ringing and dramatic tone throughout its range. In March 2008, he debuted in his 128th opera role, giving Domingo more roles than any other tenor…

, and Luciano Pavarotti

Luciano Pavarotti
Luciano Pavarotti, Cavaliere di Gran Croce OMRI was an Italian operatic tenor, who also crossed over into popular music, eventually becoming one of the most commercially successful tenors of all time. He was one of “The Three Tenors” and became well-known for his televised concerts and media…

. According to opera historian Clyde McCants, “Of all the Hollywood singers who performed operatic music . . . the one who made the greatest impact was Mario Lanza,” while Hedda Hopper

Hedda Hopper
Hedda Hopper was an American actress and gossip columnist, whose long-running feud with friend turned arch-rival Louella Parsons became at least as notorious as many of Hopper’s columns.-Early life:…

 stated, “. . . there had never been anyone like Mario, and I doubt whether we shall ever see his like again.”

Early years

Born Alfred Arnold Cocozza in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Philadelphia is the largest city in Pennsylvania, sixth-most-populous city in the United States and the fifty-first most populous city in the world….

, he was exposed to classical singing at a young age by his Abruzzese

Abruzzo
Abruzzo is a region in Italy, its western border lying less than due east of Rome. Abruzzo borders the region of Marche to the north, Lazio to the west and south-west, Molise to the south-east, and the Adriatic Sea to the east…

Molisan

Molise
Molise is a region of Southern Italy, the second smallest of the regions. It was formerly part of the region of Abruzzi e Molise and now a separate entity. The region covers 4,438 km² and has a population of about 300,000.Molise is the newest Italian region, since it was established in…

 Italian immigrant parents. By the age of 16, his vocal talent had become apparent. Starting out in local operatic productions in Philadelphia for the YMCA

YMCA
The Young Men’s Christian Association is a worldwide movement of more than 45 million members from 124 national federations affiliated through the World Alliance of YMCAs…

 Opera Company while still in his teens, he later came to the attention of conductor Serge Koussevitzky

Serge Koussevitzky
Sergei Aleksandrovich Koussevitzky , was a Russian-born Jewish conductor, composer and double-bassist, known for his long tenure as music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra from 1924 to 1949.-Early career:…

, who in 1942 provided young Cocozza with a full student scholarship to the Berkshire Music Center at Tanglewood

Tanglewood
Tanglewood is an estate and music venue in Lenox and Stockbridge, Massachusetts. It is the home of the annual summer Tanglewood Music Festival and the Tanglewood Jazz Festival, and has been the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s summer home since 1937.- History :…

, Massachusetts. Reportedly, Koussevitzky would later tell him that, “Yours is a voice such as is heard once in a hundred years.”

Opera career

His operatic debut, as Fenton in Otto Nicolai’s The Merry Wives of Windsor(in English), came at the Berkshire Music Festival in Tanglewood on August 7, 1942, after a period of study with conductors Boris Goldovsky and Leonard Bernstein

The Merry Wives of Windsor (opera)
The Merry Wives of Windsor is an opera in three acts by Otto Nicolai to a German libretto by Hermann Salomon Mosenthal, based on the play The Merry Wives of Windsor by William Shakespeare….

 

Leonard Bernstein
Leonard Bernstein was an American conductor, composer, author, music lecturer and pianist. He was among the first conductors born and educated in the United States of America to receive worldwide acclaim…

. It was here that Cocozza adopted the stage name Mario Lanza, for its similarity to his mother’s maiden name, Maria Lanza. His performances at Tanglewood won him critical acclaim, with Noel Straus of The New York Times hailing the 21-year-old tenor as having “few equals among tenors of the day in terms of quality, warmth, and power.” Herbert Graf subsequently wrote in the Opera News of October 5, 1942 that, “A real find of the season was Mario Lanza […] He would have no difficulty one day being asked to join the Metropolitan Opera.” Lanza performed the role of Fenton twice at Tanglewood, in addition to appearing there in a one-off presentation of Act III of Puccini’s La bohèmewith the noted Mexican soprano Irma González, baritone James Pease, and mezzo-soprano Laura Castellano. Music critic Jay C. Rosenfeld wrote in The New York Times of August 9, 1942 that, “Miss González as Mimì and Mario Lanza as Rodolfo were conspicuous by the beauty of their voices and the vividness of their characterizations.” In an interview shortly before her death in 2008, Ms. González recalled that Lanza was “very correct, likeable, [and] with a powerful and beautiful voice.”
His budding operatic career was interrupted by World War II, when he was assigned to Special Services in the U.S. Army Air Corps

La bohème
La bohème is an opera in four acts by Giacomo Puccini to an Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa, based on Scènes de la vie de bohème by Henri Murger. The world premiere performance of La bohème was in Turin on 1 February 1896 at the Teatro Regio and conducted by the young Arturo…

 

United States Army Air Corps
The United States Army Air Corps was a forerunner of the United States Air Force. Created on July 2, 1926 as part of the United States Army, it was also the predecessor of the United States Army Air Forces , established in 1941…

. He appeared in the wartime shows On the Beam and Winged Victory. He also appeared in the film version of the latter (albeit as an unrecognizable member of the chorus).

Winged Victory (play)
Winged Victory is a play and, later, a film by Moss Hart, originally created and produced by the U.S. Army Air Forces during World War II as a morale booster and as a fundraiser for the Army Emergency Relief Fund. Upon recommendation of Lt. Col. Dudley S. Dean, who had been approached with the…

 

Lanza resumed his singing career with a concert in Atlantic City

Atlantic City, New Jersey
Atlantic City is a city in Atlantic County, New Jersey, United States, famous for its boardwalk, casino gambling, sandy beaches, and view of the Atlantic Ocean. The city has also served as the inspiration for the board game Monopoly. Atlantic City is a resort community located on Absecon Island on…

 with the NBC Symphony Orchestra

NBC Symphony Orchestra
The NBC Symphony Orchestra was a radio orchestra established by David Sarnoff of the National Broadcasting Company especially for conductor Arturo Toscanini…

 in September 1945 under the baton of Peter Herman Adler

Peter Herman Adler
Peter Herman Adler was an American conductor born in Austria–Hungary in Gablonz an der Neiße, which is now in the Czech Republic….

, who subsequently became a mentor to him. The following month, Lanza replaced tenor Jan Peerce

Jan Peerce
Jan Peerce was an American operatic tenor. He is the father of film director Larry Peerce.-Biography:Jan Peerce’s parents, Louis and Henya Perelmuth, came from the Russian village of Horodetz. Their first child, a daughter, died in an epidemic. In 1903 they emigrated to America along with second…

 on the live CBS

CBS
CBS Broadcasting Inc. is a major US television network, which started as a radio network. The name is derived from the initials of the network’s former name, Columbia Broadcasting System. The network is sometimes referred to as the “Eye Network” in reference to the shape of the company’s logo…

 radio program Great Moments in Music, on which he made six appearances over a period of four months, singing extracts from various operas and other works. He then studied with noted teacher Enrico Rosati for fifteen months, acquiring a solid vocal technique that enabled him, in his own words, “to sing for hours without becoming tired.” His friend and colleague bass-baritone George London later recalled that, prior to working with Rosati, Lanza’s voice “was unschooled, but of incredible beauty, with ringing, fearless high notes. […] Rosati taught him to sing more lyrically, with less pressure, to good advantage.”

His studies with Rosati completed, Lanza embarked on an 86-concert tour of the United States, Canada and Mexico between July 1947 and May 1948 with George London and soprano Frances Yeend

Frances Yeend
Frances Yeend was an American classical soprano who had an active international career as a concert and opera singer during the 1940s through the 1960s…

. Reviewing his second appearance at Chicago’s Grant Park in July 1947 in the Chicago Sunday Tribune, the respected music critic Claudia Cassidy

Chicago Tribune
The Chicago Tribune is a major daily newspaper based in Chicago, Illinois, and the flagship publication of the Tribune Company. Formerly self-styled as the “World’s Greatest Newspaper” , it remains the most read daily newspaper of the Chicago metropolitan area and the Great Lakes region and is…

 

Claudia Cassidy
Claudia Cassidy , born in Shawneetown, Illinois, was a music, dance, and drama critic. She was so well-known for giving caustic reviews to what she considered bad performances that she earned the nickname “Acidy Cassidy.” Her judgment, however, which was regarded as extremely controversial even in…

 praised Lanza’s “superbly natural tenor” and observed that “though a multitude of fine points evade him, he possesses the things almost impossible to learn. He knows the accent that makes a lyric line reach its audience, and he knows why opera is music drama.”

In April 1948, Lanza sang two performances as Pinkerton in Puccini’s Madama Butterflyfor the New Orleans Opera Association. The conductor was Walter Herbert

Madama Butterfly
Madama Butterfly is an opera in three acts by Giacomo Puccini, with an Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa. Puccini based his opera in part on the short story “Madame Butterfly” by John Luther Long, which was dramatized by David Belasco…

 

Walter Herbert (conductor)
Walter Herbert was an American conductor and impresario of German birth, and World Champion contract bridge player….

, the stage director was Armando Agnini

Armando Agnini
– Metropolitan Opera :Born in Naples, Italy, he went to the United States at the age of eighteen. He was associated with companies in Boston and Montreal, and made his debut with the Metropolitan Opera with a production of I puritani , in 1919…

. Writing in the St. Louis News, critic Laurence Odel observed that, “Mario Lanza performed his duties as Lieut. Pinkerton with considerable verve and dash. Rarely have we seen a more superbly romantic leading tenor. His exceptionally beautiful voice helps immeasurably.” Following the success of these performances, Lanza was invited to return to New Orleans in 1949 as Alfredo in Verdi’s La traviata. However, as biographer Armando Cesari observes, by 1949 Lanza “was already deeply engulfed in the Hollywood machinery and consequently never learned the role [of Alfredo].”

La traviata
La traviata is an opera in three acts by Giuseppe Verdi set to an Italian libretto by Francesco Maria Piave. It is based on La dame aux Camélias , a play adapted from the novel by Alexandre Dumas, fils. The title “La traviata” means literally The Woman Gone Astray, or perhaps more figuratively, The…

 

Film career

A concert at the Hollywood Bowl

Hollywood Bowl
The Hollywood Bowl is a modern amphitheater in the Hollywood area of Los Angeles, California, United States that is used primarily for music performances…

 in August 1947 had brought Lanza to the attention of Louis B. Mayer

Louis B. Mayer
Louis Burt Mayer was a Belarus-born American film producer. He is generally cited as the creator of the “star system” within Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in its golden years. Known always as Louis B…

, who promptly signed Lanza to a seven-year film contract with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc., or MGM, was an American media company, involved primarily in the production and distribution of films and television programs. MGM was founded in 1924 when the entertainment entrepreneur Marcus Loew gained control of Metro Pictures, Goldwyn Pictures Corporation and Louis…

. This proved to be a turning point in the young singer’s career. The contract required him to commit to the studio for six months, and at first Lanza believed he would be able to combine his film career with his operatic and concert one. In May 1949, he made his first commercial recordings with RCA Victor

Sony BMG Music Entertainment
Sony BMG Music Entertainment was a global recorded music company, which was a 50–50 joint venture between the Sony Corporation of America and Bertelsmann AG…

. His rendition of the aria “Che gelida manina” (from La bohème) from that session was subsequently awarded the prize of Operatic Recording of the Year by the (United States) National Record Critics Association.

La bohème
La bohème is an opera in four acts by Giacomo Puccini to an Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa, based on Scènes de la vie de bohème by Henri Murger. The world premiere performance of La bohème was in Turin on 1 February 1896 at the Teatro Regio and conducted by the young Arturo…

 

The Toast of New Orleans

Lanza’s first two starring films, That Midnight Kissand The Toast of New Orleans, were commercial successes, and in 1950 his recording of “Be My Love” became the first of three million-selling singles for the young singer, earning him enormous fame in the process. While at MGM, Lanza worked closely with the Academy Award-winning conductor, composer, and arranger Johnny Green

That Midnight Kiss
That Midnight Kiss was the screen debut of tenor Mario Lanza, also starring Kathryn Grayson, and released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Among the supporting cast were Ethel Barrymore, conductor/pianist Jose Iturbi , Keenan Wynn, J. Carroll Naish, and Jules Munshin…

 

The Toast of New Orleans
The Toast of New Orleans is a 1950 musical film directed by Norman Taurog and choreographed by Eugene Loring. It starred Mario Lanza, Kathryn Grayson, David Niven, J. Carroll Naish, James Mitchell and a teenaged Rita Moreno…

 

Johnny Green
Johnny Green was an American songwriter, composer, musical arranger, and conductor. He was given the nickname “Beulah” by colleague Conrad Salinger. His most famous song was one of his earliest, “Body and Soul”…

. In a 1977 interview with Lanza biographer Armando Cesari, Green recalled that the tenor was insecure about the manner in which he had become successful, and was keenly aware of the fact that he had become a Hollywood star before first having established himself on the operatic stage. “Had [Lanza] been already a leading tenor, if not the leading tenor at the Met[ropolitan Opera House], and come to Hollywood in between seasons to make a picture, he would have had [the security of having] the Met as his home,” Green remarked. According to Green, Lanza possessed “the voice of the next Caruso. [Lanza] had an unusual, very unusual quality…a tenor with a baritone color in the middle and lower registers, and a great feeling for the making of music. A great musicality. I found it fascinating, musically, to work with [him].”

The Great Caruso

In 1951, Lanza portrayed Enrico Caruso in The Great Caruso, which proved an astonishing success, though it did not adhere to the facts of Caruso’s life. At the same time, Lanza’s increasing popularity exposed him to intense criticism by some music critics, including those who had praised his work years earlier. Nevertheless, Lanza’s performance earned him compliments from the subject’s own son, Enrico Caruso Jr., a tenor in his own right. Shortly before his death in 1987, Enrico Jr. wrote in Enrico Caruso: My Father and My Family (posthumously published by Amadeus in 1990) that, “I can think of no other tenor, before or since Mario Lanza, who could have risen with comparable success to the challenge of playing Caruso in a screen biography. […] Mario Lanza was born with one of the dozen or so great tenor voices of the century, with a natural voice placement, an unmistakable and very pleasing timbre, and a nearly infallible musical instinct.” He went on to praise Lanza’s tempi and phrasing, “flawless” diction, and “impassioned” delivery, adding that, “All are qualities that few singers are born with and others can never attain.” In conclusion, he wrote that, “Lanza excelled in both the classical and the light popular repertory, an accomplishment that was beyond even my father’s exceptional talents.”

The Great Caruso
The Great Caruso is a 1951 biographical film made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. It was directed by Richard Thorpe and produced by Joe Pasternak with Jesse L. Lasky as associate producer from a screenplay by Sonya Levien and William Ludwig. The original music was by Johnny Green and the cinematography by…

 

The Student Prince

In 1952, Lanza was dismissed by MGM after he had pre-recorded the songs for The Student Prince. The reason most frequently cited in the tabloid press at the time was that his recurring weight problem had made it impossible for him to fit into the costumes of the Prince. However, as his biographers Cesari and Mannering have established, Lanza was not overweight at the beginning of the production, and it was, in fact, a disagreement with director Curtis Bernhardt

The Student Prince
The Student Prince is an operetta with music by Sigmund Romberg and book and lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly. It is based on Wilhelm Meyer-Förster’s play Alt Heidelberg. The piece has elements of melodrama but lacks the swashbuckling style common to Romberg’s other works…

 

Curtis Bernhardt
Curtis Bernhardt was a German film director born in Worms, Germany. Some of his American films were called “woman’s films” including the Joan Crawford film Possessed . Bernhardt trained as an actor in Germany, and performed on the stage, before starting as a film director in 1926…

 over Lanza’s singing of one of the songs in the film that led to Lanza walking off the set. MGM refused to replace Bernhardt, and the film was subsequently made with actor Edmund Purdom

Edmund Purdom
Edmund Anthony Cutlar Purdom was a British actor.-Early life:Purdom was born in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, England and educated at St Augustine’s Abbey School,Ramsgate, then by the Jesuits at St Ignatius’Grammar School and Welwyn Garden City Grammar School]…

 miming to Lanza’s voice. Ironically, the eventual director of the film was Richard Thorpe

Richard Thorpe
Richard Thorpe was an American film director.Born Rollo Smolt Thorpe in Hutchinson, Kansas, he began his entertainment career performing in vaudeville and onstage. In 1921 he began in motion pictures as an actor and directed his first silent film in 1923. He went on to direct more than one hundred…

, the same man whom Lanza had pleaded with MGM to replace Bernhardt, and with whom the tenor had enjoyed an excellent working relationship in The Great Caruso.

The Great Caruso
The Great Caruso is a 1951 biographical film made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. It was directed by Richard Thorpe and produced by Joe Pasternak with Jesse L. Lasky as associate producer from a screenplay by Sonya Levien and William Ludwig. The original music was by Johnny Green and the cinematography by…

 

Depressed by his dismissal, and with his self-confidence severely undermined, Lanza became a virtual recluse for more than a year, frequently seeking refuge in alcoholic binges. During this period, Lanza also came very close to bankruptcy as a result of poor investment decisions by his former manager, and his lavish spending habits left him owing about $250,000 in back taxes to the IRS.

Serenade

Lanza returned to an active film career in 1955 in Serenade However the film was not as successful as his previous films, despite its strong musical content, including arias from Der Rosenkavalier, Fedora, L’arlesiana, and Otello, as well as the Act III duet from Otello with soprano Licia Albanese

Serenade (film)
Serenade, a 1956 Warner Bros. release, was tenor Mario Lanza’s fifth film, and his first on-screen appearance in four years. Directed by Anthony Mann and based on the 1937 novel of the same name by James M…

.

Der Rosenkavalier
Der Rosenkavalier is a comic opera in three acts by Richard Strauss to an original German libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal. It is loosely adapted from the novel Les amours du chevalier de Faublas by Louvet de Couvrai and Molière’s comedy Monsieur de Pourceaugnac…

 

L’arlesiana
L’arlesiana is an opera in three acts by Francesco Cilea to an Italian libretto by Leopoldo Marenco. It was originally written in four acts, and was first performed on 27 November 1897 at the Teatro Lirico di Milano in Milan…

 

Otello
Otello is an opera in four acts by Giuseppe Verdi to an Italian libretto by Arrigo Boito, based on Shakespeare’s play Othello. It was Verdi’s penultimate opera, and was first performed at the Teatro alla Scala, Milan, on February 5, 1887….

 

Licia Albanese
Licia Albanese is an Italian-born American operatic soprano. Noted especially for her portrayals of the lyric heroines of Verdi and Puccini, Albanese was a leading artist with the Metropolitan Opera of New York from 1940 to 1966…

. He then moved to Rome, Italy in May 1957, where he worked on the film Seven Hills of Rome, and returned to live performing in a series of acclaimed concerts throughout the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe. Despite a number of cancellations, which resulted from his failing health during this period, Lanza continued to receive offers for operatic appearances, concerts, and films.

In September 1958, he made a number of operatic recordings at the Rome Opera House for the soundtrack of what would turn out to be his final film, For the First Time. Here he came into contact with the Artistic Director of the Rome Opera, Riccardo Vitale, who offered him the role of Canio in Pagliacciin the theater’s 1960/61 season. Lanza also received offers from the management of the La Scala and San Carlo opera houses. However, his health continued to decline, with the tenor suffering from a variety of ailments, including phlebitis

For the First Time
For the First Time is tenor star Mario Lanza’s final film. Filmed on location in 1958 in Capri, Salzburg, Berlin and at the Rome Opera House, the film told the sentimental story of an operatic tenor who finds love for the first time with a young German woman , who happens to be deaf…

 

Pagliacci
Pagliacci is an opera consisting of a prologue and two acts written and composed by Ruggero Leoncavallo. It recounts the tragedy of a jealous husband in a commedia dell’arte troupe…

 

Phlebitis
Phlebitis is an inflammation of a vein, usually in the legs.When phlebitis is associated with the formation of blood clots , usually in the deep veins of the legs, the condition is called thrombophlebitis…

 and acute high blood pressure. His old habits of overeating and crash dieting, coupled with binge drinking, compounded his problems.

Death

In April 1959, Lanza suffered a minor heart attack, followed by double pneumonia

Pneumonia
Pneumonia is an inflammatory condition of the lung. It is often characterized as including inflammation of the parenchyma of the lung and abnormal alveolar filling with fluid ….

 in August. He died in Rome in October of that year at the age of 38 from a pulmonary embolism

Pulmonary embolism
Pulmonary embolism is a blockage of the main artery of the lung or one of its branches by a substance that has travelled from elsewhere in the body through the bloodstream . Usually this is due to embolism of a thrombus from the deep veins in the legs, a process termed venous thromboembolism…

 after undergoing a controversial weight loss program colloquially known as “the twilight sleep treatment,” which required its patients to be kept immobile and sedated for prolonged periods. Attenders at his funeral were the singers Maria Caniglia

Maria Caniglia
Maria Caniglia was one of the leading Italian dramatic sopranos of the 1930s and 1940s.- Life and career :…

 and Lidia Nerozzi and the actors Franco Fabrizi

Franco Fabrizi
Franco Fabrizi was an Italian actor.Son of a barber and a cinema cashier, was a soap opera photo actor, for example, the fotoromanzo Arizona Kid, in the newspaper Avventuroso Film…

 and Enzo Fiermonte

Enzo Fiermonte
Enzo Fiermonte , sometimes credited as William Bird, was a boxer and actor. Fiermonte was born on July 17, 1908 in Bari, Puglia, Italy. He married Madeleine Astor on November 27, 1933 in New York City, but was divorced on June 11, 1938. In his early life he was a boxer, but later became a film actor…

. Frank Sinatra

Frank Sinatra
Francis Albert “Frank” Sinatra was an American singer and actor.Beginning his musical career in the swing era with Harry James and Tommy Dorsey, Sinatra became a successful solo artist in the early to mid-1940s, being the idol of the “bobby soxers.” His professional career had stalled by the…

 sent his condolences by telegram.
Lanza’s widow, Betty, moved back to Hollywood with their four children, but died five months later at the age of 37. Biographer Armando Cesari writes that the apparent cause of death, according to the coroner, was “asphyxiation resulting from a respiratory ailment for which she had been receiving medication”. In 1991, Marc, the younger of their two sons, died of a heart attack at the age of 37; six years later, Colleen, their elder daughter, was killed at the age of 48 when she was struck by two passing vehicles on a highway. Damon Lanza, the couple’s eldest son, died in August 2008 of a heart attack at the age of 55.

Legacy

Lanza’s short career covered opera, radio, concerts, recordings, and motion pictures. He was the first artist for RCA Victor Red Seal to receive a gold disc and the first artist to sell two and half million albums. A highly influential artist, Lanza has been credited with inspiring successive generations of opera singers, including Plácido Domingo

Plácido Domingo
José Plácido Domingo Embil KBE , better known as Plácido Domingo, is a Spanish tenor and conductor known for his versatile and strong voice, possessing a ringing and dramatic tone throughout its range. In March 2008, he debuted in his 128th opera role, giving Domingo more roles than any other tenor…

, Luciano Pavarotti

Luciano Pavarotti
Luciano Pavarotti, Cavaliere di Gran Croce OMRI was an Italian operatic tenor, who also crossed over into popular music, eventually becoming one of the most commercially successful tenors of all time. He was one of “The Three Tenors” and became well-known for his televised concerts and media…

, Leo Nucci

Leo Nucci
Leo Nucci is an Italian operatic baritone, particularly suited to Verdi roles.Born at Castiglione dei Pepoli, near Bologna, he studied with Giuseppe Marchese and made his stage debut in Spoleto, as Figaro in Il barbiere di Siviglia, in 1967, he then joined the chorus of La Scala in Milan, and…

 and José Carreras

José Carreras
Josep Maria Carreras i Coll , better known as José Carreras , is a Catalan Spanish tenor particularly known for his performances in the operas of Verdi and Puccini…

. Singers with seemingly different backgrounds and influences were also inspired by his singing, including his RCA Victor label-mate Elvis Presley

Elvis Presley
Elvis Aaron Presley was one of the most popular American singers of the 20th century. A cultural icon, he is widely known by the single name Elvis. He is often referred to as the “King of Rock and Roll” or simply “the King”.Born in Tupelo, Mississippi, Presley moved to Memphis, Tennessee, with his…

.

In 1994, tenor José Carreras paid tribute to Lanza in a worldwide concert tour, saying of him, “If I’m an opera singer, it’s thanks to Mario Lanza.” Carreras’ colleague Plácido Domingo echoed these comments in a 2009 CBS interview when he stated, “Lanza’s passion and the way his voice sounds are what made me sing opera. I actually owe my love for opera thanks to a kid from Philadelphia.”

Filmography

  • Winged Victory
    Winged Victory (play)
    Winged Victory is a play and, later, a film by Moss Hart, originally created and produced by the U.S. Army Air Forces during World War II as a morale booster and as a fundraiser for the Army Emergency Relief Fund. Upon recommendation of Lt. Col. Dudley S. Dean, who had been approached with the…

     

    , 1944 (uncredited chorus member)

  • That Midnight Kiss
    That Midnight Kiss
    That Midnight Kiss was the screen debut of tenor Mario Lanza, also starring Kathryn Grayson, and released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Among the supporting cast were Ethel Barrymore, conductor/pianist Jose Iturbi , Keenan Wynn, J. Carroll Naish, and Jules Munshin…

     

    , 1949

  • The Toast of New Orleans
    The Toast of New Orleans
    The Toast of New Orleans is a 1950 musical film directed by Norman Taurog and choreographed by Eugene Loring. It starred Mario Lanza, Kathryn Grayson, David Niven, J. Carroll Naish, James Mitchell and a teenaged Rita Moreno…

     

    , 1950

  • The Great Caruso
    The Great Caruso
    The Great Caruso is a 1951 biographical film made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. It was directed by Richard Thorpe and produced by Joe Pasternak with Jesse L. Lasky as associate producer from a screenplay by Sonya Levien and William Ludwig. The original music was by Johnny Green and the cinematography by…

     

    , 1951

  • Because You’re Mine
    Because You’re Mine
    This article is about the 1952 musical comedy film. For other uses see Because You’re Mine .Because You’re Mine is a 1952 musical comedy film starring Mario Lanza. Directed by Alexander Hall, the film also stars Doretta Morrow, James Whitmore, and Dean Miller.-Plot:Opera singer superstar Renato…

     

    , 1952

  • The Student Prince
    The Student Prince (film)
    The Student Prince is a 1954 CinemaScope color film musical featuring, as the credits read, “the singing voice of Mario Lanza”. Lanza had become embroiled in a bitter dispute with MGM during production and the studio dismissed him. Under the terms of the settlement with Lanza, MGM retained the…

     

    , 1954 (voice only)

  • Serenade
    Serenade (film)

    Serenade, a 1956 Warner Bros. release, was tenor Mario Lanza’s fifth film, and his first on-screen appearance in four years. Directed by Anthony Mann and based on the 1937 novel of the same name by James M…

     

    , 1956

  • Seven Hills of Rome, 1958
  • For the First Time
    For the First Time
    For the First Time is tenor star Mario Lanza’s final film. Filmed on location in 1958 in Capri, Salzburg, Berlin and at the Rome Opera House, the film told the sentimental story of an operatic tenor who finds love for the first time with a young German woman , who happens to be deaf…

     

    , 1959

 

Select recordings

  • The Mario Lanza Collection, RCA
    RCA
    RCA Corporation, founded as Radio Corporation of America, was an electronics company in existence from 1919 to 1986. Currently, the RCA trademark is owned by the French conglomerate Technicolor SA through RCA Trademark Management S.A., a company owned by Technicolor…

    , 1991

  • Mario Lanza: The Legendary Tenor, RCA
    RCA
    RCA Corporation, founded as Radio Corporation of America, was an electronics company in existence from 1919 to 1986. Currently, the RCA trademark is owned by the French conglomerate Technicolor SA through RCA Trademark Management S.A., a company owned by Technicolor…

    , 1987

  • The Great Caruso And Other Caruso Favorites, RCA
    RCA
    RCA Corporation, founded as Radio Corporation of America, was an electronics company in existence from 1919 to 1986. Currently, the RCA trademark is owned by the French conglomerate Technicolor SA through RCA Trademark Management S.A., a company owned by Technicolor…

    , 1989

  • Mario! Lanza At His Best
    Mario! Lanza at His Best
    Mario! Lanza At His Best is a CD released by BMG in 1995, and consists of two original albums recorded by tenor Mario Lanza. These are: the Neapolitan songs album Mario!, recorded in December 1958, and The Vagabond King, recorded in July 1959…

     

    RCA
    RCA Corporation, founded as Radio Corporation of America, was an electronics company in existence from 1919 to 1986. Currently, the RCA trademark is owned by the French conglomerate Technicolor SA through RCA Trademark Management S.A., a company owned by Technicolor…

    , 1995

    , RCA

  • Mario Lanza Live at Hollywood Bowl: Historical Recordings (1947 & 1951)
    Mario Lanza Live at Hollywood Bowl: Historical Recordings (1947 & 1951)
    Mario Lanza Live at Hollywood Bowl: Historical Recordings is a 2000 CD, released by the Gala label, includes the six selections that tenor Mario Lanza sang at his first Hollywood Bowl concert in August 1947. This is the performance that first brought Lanza to the attention of Hollywood, and…

     

    , Gala, 2000

  • Mario Lanza Sings Songs from The Student Prince and The Desert Song
    Mario Lanza Sings Songs from The Student Prince and The Desert Song
    Mario Lanza Sings Songs from The Student Prince and The Desert Song is a 1989 BMG CD by Mario Lanza.This CD features most of the songs recorded by Mario Lanza for the 1954 MGM film The Student Prince…

     

    RCA
    RCA Corporation, founded as Radio Corporation of America, was an electronics company in existence from 1919 to 1986. Currently, the RCA trademark is owned by the French conglomerate Technicolor SA through RCA Trademark Management S.A., a company owned by Technicolor…

    , 1989

    , RCA

  • Serenade/A Cavalcade of Show Tunes
    Serenade/A Cavalcade of Show Tunes
    The Mario Lanza CD Serenade/A Cavalcade of Show Tunes is a BMG UK “twofer”, released in 2004. Comprising the soundtrack album from the film Serenade, and the LP A Cavalcade of Show Tunes, the CD also includes a previously unreleased version of the song Serenade by Nicholas Brodszky and Sammy Cahn…

     

    RCA
    RCA Corporation, founded as Radio Corporation of America, was an electronics company in existence from 1919 to 1986. Currently, the RCA trademark is owned by the French conglomerate Technicolor SA through RCA Trademark Management S.A., a company owned by Technicolor…

    , 2004

    , RCA

  • Mario Lanza: Opera Arias and Duets
    Mario Lanza: Opera Arias and Duets
    Mario Lanza: Opera Arias and Duets is a 1999 CD which at the time of its writing was the only all-operatic Mario Lanza CD that BMG had released…

     

    RCA
    RCA Corporation, founded as Radio Corporation of America, was an electronics company in existence from 1919 to 1986. Currently, the RCA trademark is owned by the French conglomerate Technicolor SA through RCA Trademark Management S.A., a company owned by Technicolor…

    , 1999

    , RCA

  • Christmas With Mario Lanza, RCA
    RCA
    RCA Corporation, founded as Radio Corporation of America, was an electronics company in existence from 1919 to 1986. Currently, the RCA trademark is owned by the French conglomerate Technicolor SA through RCA Trademark Management S.A., a company owned by Technicolor…

    , 1987

  • Mario Lanza – The Broadway Collection, Rosetta Remastering, 2008

 

2.Comedian Motion Movie TRUST ME, about President Jimmi Carter,written and Produced by Hans Handersen, music The Pickers

4.American Graffiti

 

41 Original Hits from the Soundtrack of American Graffiti

41 Original Hits From The Soundtrack Of American Graffiti
Soundtrack album from American Graffiti by Various
Released August 1973 (LP)
June 22, 1993 (CD)
Recorded Various
Genre Rock and roll, Oldies
Label MCA 8001
Producer Gil Rodin (soundtrack producer)
 
 

41 Original Hits From The Soundtrack Of American Graffiti is the official 1973 soundtrack album of the film American Graffiti. It has been certified triple platinum in the U.S., where it peaked at #10 on the Billboard 200 album chart.

Included in the film, but not on the soundtrack, are “Gee” by The Crows, “Louie, Louie” by Flash Cadillac & the Continental Kids, and Harrison Ford‘s in-character a cappella rendition of “Some Enchanted Evening“.

The song “Ain’t That a Shame” was a remake with a woman’s chorus, since Lucas could not obtain the rights to the original well-known original version by Fats Domino.

Also, the song “Party Doll” fades out earlier than the original version during the final chorus.

A second compilation, titled More American Graffiti (MCA 8007) (and not to be confused with the 1979 film sequel of that name) was issued by MCA in early 1975, with Lucas’s approval.[citation needed] It features more rock and doo-wop hits from the late ’50s and early ’60s (only one of which, the Crows’ “Gee”, was featured in the film), along with additional Wolfman Jack dialogue. A third and final oldies compilation, titled American Graffiti Vol. III (MCA 8008) was also issued by MCA in early 1976. All three albums were released as 2-record sets or double-length tapes, the tapes being quite hard to come by, now.

Track listing

 LP

Side one (Front side of record one)
No. Title Original Artist and year Length
1. (We’re Gonna) Rock Around the Clock”   Bill Haley & the Comets 1954 2:08
2. “Sixteen Candles”   The Crests 1958 2:48
3. Runaway”   Del Shannon 1961 2:18
4. Why Do Fools Fall in Love”   Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers 1956 2:14
5. That’ll Be the Day”   Buddy Holly 1957 2:14
6. Fanny Mae”   Buster Brown 1959 2:52
7. At the Hop”   Flash Cadillac & the Continental Kids 1973 2:25
8. “She’s So Fine”   Flash Cadillac & the Continental Kids 1973 2:18
9. The Stroll”   The Diamonds 1957 2:26
10. See You In September”   The Tempos 1959 2:03
Side two (Front side of record two)
No. Title Original Artist and year Length
1. Surfin’ Safari”   The Beach Boys 1962 2:05
2. “He’s The Great Imposter”   The Fleetwoods 1961 1:33
3. Almost Grown”   Chuck Berry 1959 2:09
4. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes”   The Platters 1959 2:37
5. Little Darlin’”   The Diamonds 1957 2:04
6. Peppermint Twist”   Joey Dee and the Starlighters 1961 1:58
7. Barbara Anne”   The Regents 1961 2:14
8. “Book of Love”   The Monotones 1958 2:17
9. Maybe Baby”   Buddy Holly 1958 2:01
10. Ya Ya”   Lee Dorsey 1961 2:22
11. The Great Pretender”   The Platters 1955 2:35
Side three (Back side of record two)
No. Title Original Artist and year Length
1. Ain’t That a Shame”   Fats Domino 1955 2:31
2. Johnny B. Goode”   Chuck Berry 1958 2:38
3. I Only Have Eyes for You”   The Flamingos 1959 3:09
4. Get a Job”   The Silhouettes 1958 2:37
5. To the Aisle”   The Five Satins 1957 2:44
6. “Do You Wanna Dance”   Bobby Freeman 1958 2:35
7. Party Doll”   Buddy Knox 1957 1:54
8. Come Go with Me”   The Del-Vikings 1956 2:37
9. You’re Sixteen – You’re Beautiful (And You’re Mine)”   Johnny Burnette 1960 1:56
10. Love Potion No. 9”   The Clovers 1959 1:53
Side four (Back side of record one)
No. Title Original Artist and year Length
1. Since I Don’t Have You”   The Skyliners 1958 2:35
2. Chantilly Lace”   The Big Bopper 1958 2:21
3. Teen Angel”   Mark Dinning 1960 2:35
4. Crying in the Chapel”   Sonny Till & the Orioles 1953 3:04
5. A Thousand Miles Away”   The Heartbeats 1957 2:25
6. Heart and Soul”   The Cleftones 1961 1:49
7. Green Onions”   Booker T. & the M.G.’s 1962 2:25
8. “Only You (and You Alone)”   The Platters 1954 2:35
9. “Goodnight, Well it’s Time to Go”   The Spaniels 1953 2:43
10. All Summer Long”   The Beach Boys 1964 2:05

Frame Two :

Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy

Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy has been awarded annually since 1952 by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

Contents

 

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 1951-1957

Year Film Director[1] Producer[2]
1951[3][4] An American in Paris Vincente Minnelli Arthur Freed
1952 With A Song In My Heart Walter Lang Lamar Trotti
Hans Christian Andersen Charles Vidor Samuel Goldwyn
I’ll See You in My Dreams Michael Curtiz Louis F. Edelman
Singin’ in the Rain Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly Arthur Freed
Stars and Stripes Forever Henry Koster Lamar Trotti
1953 No Award given.
1954[5][6] Carmen Jones Otto Preminger Otto Preminger
1955[7][8] Guys and Dolls Joseph L. Mankiewicz Samuel Goldwyn
1956 The King and I Walter Lang Charles Brackett & Darryl F. Zanuck
Bus Stop Joshua Logan Buddy Adler
The Opposite Sex David Miller Joe Pasternak
The Solid Gold Cadillac Richard Quine Fred Kohlmar
The Teahouse of the August Moon Daniel Mann Jack Cummings
1957 Les Girls George Cukor Saul Chaplin & Sol C. Siegel
Don’t Go Near the Water Charles Walters Lawrence Weingarten
Love in the Afternoon Billy Wilder Billy Wilder
Pal Joey George Sidney Fred Kohlmar
Silk Stockings Rouben Mamoulian Producer

1958-1962

Year Comedy Director Producer Musical Director Producer
1958 Auntie Mame Morton DaCosta Morton DaCosta Gigi Vincente Minnelli Arthur Freed
Bell, Book and Candle Richard Quine Julian Blaustein Damn Yankees George Abbott & Stanley Donen George Abbott, Stanley Donen, Robert E. Griffith, & Harold Prince
Indiscreet Stanley Donen Norman Krasna South Pacific Joshua Logan Buddy Adler
Me and the Colonel Peter Glenville William Goetz tom thumb George Pal George Pal
The Perfect Furlough Blake Edwards Robert Arthur      
1959 Some Like It Hot Billy Wilder Billy Wilder Porgy and Bess Otto Preminger Samuel Goldwyn
But Not for Me Walter Lang William Perlberg & George Seaton The Five Pennies Melville Shavelson Jack Rose
Operation Petticoat Blake Edwards Robert Arthur Li’l Abner Melvin Frank Norman Panama
Pillow Talk Michael Gordon Ross Hunter & Martin Melcher A Private’s Affair Director Producer
Who Was That Lady? George Sidney Norman Krasna Say One for Me Director Producer
1960 The Apartment Billy Wilder Billy Wilder Song Without End George Cukor & Charles Vidor William Goetz
The Facts of Life Melvin Frank & Norman Panama Melvin Frank & Norman Panama Bells Are Ringing Vincente Minnelli Arthur Freed
The Grass Is Greener Stanley Donen Stanley Donen & James H. Ware Can-Can Walter Lang Saul Chaplin & Jack Cummings
It Started in Naples Melville Shavelson Jack Rose Let’s Make Love George Cukor Jerry Wald
Our Man in Havana Carol Reed Carol Reed Pepe George Sidney George Sidney
1961 A Majority of One Mervyn LeRoy Producer West Side Story Jerome Robbins & Robert Wise Robert Wise
Breakfast at Tiffany’s Blake Edwards Martin Jurow & Richard Shepherd Babes in Toyland Jack Donohue Walt Disney
One, Two, Three Billy Wilder Billy Wilder Flower Drum Song Henry Koster Ross Hunter
The Parent Trap David Swift Walt Disney & George Golitzen      
Pocketful of Miracles Frank Capra Frank Capra      
1962 That Touch of Mink Delbert Mann Robert Arthur, Martin Melcher, Edward Muhl, & Stanley Shapiro The Music Man Morton DaCosta Morton DaCosta
The Best of Enemies Director Producer Billy Rose’s Jumbo Charles Walters Martin Melcher & Joe Pasternak
Boys’ Night Out Michael Gordon Martin Ransohoff Girls! Girls! Girls! Norman Taurog Hal B. Wallis
If a Man Answers Henry Levin Ross Hunter Gypsy Mervyn LeRoy Mervyn LeRoy
Period of Adjustment George Roy Hill Lawrence Weingarten The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm Henry Levin & George Pal George Pal

 1963-1969

Year Film Director[1] Producer[2]
1963 Tom Jones Tony Richardson Michael Balcon, Michael Holden, Oscar Lewenstein, & Tony Richardson
Bye Bye Birdie George Sidney Irving Brecher & Michael Stewart
Irma la Douce Billy Wilder Edward L. Alperson, I.A.L. Diamond, Doane Harrison, Alexandre Trauner, & Billy Wilder
It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World Stanley Kramer Stanley Kramer
A Ticklish Affair Director Producer
Under the Yum Yum Tree David Swift David Swift
1964 My Fair Lady George Cukor Jack Warner
Father Goose Ralph Nelson Robert Arthur
Mary Poppins Robert Stevenson Walt Disney
The Unsinkable Molly Brown Charles Walters Lawrence Weingarten
The World of Henry Orient George Roy Hill Jerome Hellman
1965 The Sound of Music Robert Wise Robert Wise
Cat Ballou Elliot Silverstein Walter Newman
The Great Race Blake Edwards Martin Jurow
Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines Ken Annakin Stan Margulies
A Thousand Clowns Fred Coe Fred Coe
1966 The Russians Are Coming The Russians Are Coming Norman Jewison Norman Jewison
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum Richard Lester Melvin Frank
Gambit Ronald Neame Leo L. Fuchs
Not with My Wife, You Don’t! Norman Panama Norman Panama
You’re a Big Boy Now Francis Ford Coppola Phil Feldman
1967 The Graduate Mike Nichols Joseph E. Levine & Lawrence Turman
Camelot Joshua Logan Jack Warner
Doctor Dolittle Richard Fleischer Arthur P. Jacobs
The Taming of the Shrew Franco Zeffirelli Producer
Thoroughly Modern Millie George Roy Hill Ross Hunter
1968 Oliver! Carol Reed John Woolf
Finian’s Rainbow Francis Ford Coppola Joseph Landon
Funny Girl William Wyler Ray Stark
The Odd Couple Gene Saks Howard W. Koch
Yours, Mine and Ours Melville Shavelson Robert F. Blumofe
1969 The Secret of Santa Vittoria Stanley Kramer George Glass & Stanley Kramer
Cactus Flower Gene Saks M.J. Frankovich
Goodbye, Columbus Larry Peerce Stanley R. Jaffe
Hello, Dolly! Gene Kelly Ernest Lehman
Paint Your Wagon Joshua Logan Alan Jay Lerner

 1970s

Year Film Director[1] Producer[2]
1970 MASH Robert Altman Ingo Preminger
Darling Lili Blake Edwards Blake Edwards
Diary of a Mad Housewife Frank Perry Frank Perry
Lovers and Other Strangers Cy Howard David Susskind
Scrooge Ronald Neame Robert H. Solo
1971 Fiddler on the Roof Norman Jewison Norman Jewison
The Boy Friend Ken Russell Harry Benn & Ken Russell
Kotch Jack Lemmon Producer
A New Leaf Elaine May Hillard Elkins
Plaza Suite Arthur Hiller Howard W. Koch
1972 Cabaret Bob Fosse Cy Feuer
Avanti! Billy Wilder Billy Wilder
Butterflies Are Free Milton Katselas M.J. Frankovich
1776 Peter H. Hunt Jack Warner
Travels with My Aunt George Cukor James Cresson & Robert Fryer
1973 American Graffiti George Lucas Francis Ford Coppola & Gary Kurtz
Jesus Christ Superstar Norman Jewison Norman Jewison, Patrick Palmer, & Robert Stigwood
Paper Moon Peter Bogdanovich Peter Bogdanovich & Frank Marshall
Tom Sawyer Don Taylor Frank Capra Jr. & Arthur P. Jacobs
A Touch of Class Melvin Frank Melvink Frank
1974 The Longest Yard Robert Aldrich Albert S. Ruddy
The Front Page Billy Wilder Paul Monash
Harry and Tonto Paul Mazursky Paul Mazursky
The Little Prince Stanley Donen Stanley Donen
The Three Musketeers Richard Lester Alexander Salkind, Ilya Salkind, & Pierre Spengler
1975 The Sunshine Boys Herbert Ross Ray Stark
Funny Lady Herbert Ross Ray Stark
The Return of the Pink Panther Blake Edwards Blake Edwards
Shampoo Hal Ashby Warren Beatty
Tommy Ken Russell Ken Russell & Robert Stigwood
1976 A Star Is Born Frank Pierson Jon Peters
Bugsy Malone Alan Parker Alan Marshall
The Pink Panther Strikes Again Blake Edwards Blake Edwards
The Ritz Richard Lester Producer
Silent Movie Mel Brooks Michael Hertzberg
1977 The Goodbye Girl Herbert Ross Ray Stark
Annie Hall Woody Allen Charles H. Joffe
High Anxiety Mel Brooks Mel Brooks
New York, New York Martin Scorsese Robert Chartoff & Irwin Winkler
Saturday Night Fever John Badham Robert Stigwood
1978 Heaven Can Wait Warren Beatty & Buck Henry Warren Beatty
California Suite Herbert Ross Ray Stark
Foul Play Colin Higgins Edward K. Milkins & Thomas L. Miller
Grease Randal Kleiser Allan Carr & Robert Stigwood
Movie Movie Stanley Donen Stanley Donen
1979 Breaking Away Peter Yates Steve Tesich
Being There Hal Ashby Andrew Braunsberg
Hair Milos Forman Michael Butler & Lester Persky
The Rose Mark Rydell Anthony Ray, Aaron Russo, & Marvin Worth
10 Blake Edwards Tony Adams & Blake Edwards

1980s

Year Film Director[1] Producer[2]
1980 Coal Miner’s Daughter Michael Apted Bernard Schwartz
Airplane! Jim Abrahams, David Zucker & Jerry Zucker Jon Davison & Howard W. Koch
Fame Alan Parker David De Silva & Alan Marshall
The Idolmaker Taylor Hackford Gene Kirkwood & Howard W. Koch Jr.
Melvin and Howard Jonathan Demme Art Linson & Don Phillips
1981 Arthur Steve Gordon Steve Gordon
The Four Seasons Alan Alda Martin Bergman
Pennies from Heaven Herbert Ross Nora Kaye, Rick McCallum, & Herbert Ross
S.O.B. Blake Edwards Tony Adams & Blake Edwards
Zoot Suit Luis Valdez Peter Burrell
1982 Tootsie Sydney Pollack Sydney Pollack & Dick Richards
The Best Little Whore­house in Texas Colin Higgins Robert L. Boyett & Colin Higgins
Diner Barry Levinson Jerry Weintraub
My Favorite Year Richard Benjamin Michael Gruskoff
Victor Victoria Blake Edwards Tony Adams & Blake Edwards
1983 Yentl Barbra Streisand Larry DeWaay, Rusty Lemorande, & Barbra Streisand
The Big Chill Lawrence Kasdan Michael Shamberg
Flashdance Adrian Lyne Jerry Bruckheimer & Don Simpson
Trading Places John Landis George Folsey Jr., Aaron Russo, Irwin Russo, & Sam Williams
Zelig Woody Allen Robert Greenhut
1984 Romancing the Stone Robert Zemeckis Michael Douglas
Beverly Hills Cop Martin Brest Jerry Bruckheimer & Don Simpson
Ghostbusters Ivan Reitman Bernie Brillstein & Ivan Reitman
Micki + Maude Blake Edwards Tony Adams, Lou Antonio, Trish Caroselli, & Jonathan D. Krane
Splash Ron Howard Brian Grazer
1985 Prizzi’s Honor John Huston John Foreman
Back to the Future Robert Zemeckis Neil Canton & Bob Gale
A Chorus Line Richard Attenborough Cy Feuer
Cocoon Ron Howard David Brown & Richard D. Zanuck
The Purple Rose of Cairo Woody Allen Robert Greenhut
1986 Hannah and Her Sisters Woody Allen Robert Greenhut
Crimes of the Heart Bruce Beresford Freddie Fields
Down and Out in Beverly Hills Paul Mazursky Pato Guzman & Paul Mazursky
Little Shop of Horrors Frank Oz David Geffen
Peggy Sue Got Married Francis Ford Coppola Paul R. Gurian
1987 Hope and Glory John Boorman John Boorman & Michael Dryhurst
Baby Boom Charles Shyer Bruce A. Block & Nancy Meyers
Broadcast News James L. Brooks James L. Brooks
Dirty Dancing Emile Ardolino Linda Gottlieb
Moonstruck Norman Jewison Norman Jewison
1988 Working Girl Mike Nichols Douglas Wick
Big Penny Marshall James L. Brooks & Robert Greenhut
A Fish Called Wanda Charles Crichton Michael Shamberg
Midnight Run Martin Brest Martin Brest
Who Framed Roger Rabbit Richard Williams & Robert Zemeckis Frank Marshall & Robert Watts
1989 Driving Miss Daisy Bruce Beresford Lili Fini Zanuck & Richard D. Zanuck
The Little Mermaid Ron Clements & John Musker Howard Ashman, Ron Clements, & John Musker
Shirley Valentine Lewis Gilbert Lewis Gilbert
The War of the Roses Danny DeVito James L. Brooks & Arnon Milchan
When Harry Met Sally… Rob Reiner Rob Reiner & Andrew Scheinman

1990s

Year Film Director[1] Producer[2]
1990 Green Card Peter Weir Peter Weir
Dick Tracy Warren Beatty Warren Beatty
Ghost Jerry Zucker Steven-Charles Jaffe, Lauren Ray, & Bruce Joel Rubin
Home Alone Chris Columbus John Hughes
Pretty Woman Garry Marshall Laura Ziskin
1991 Beauty and the Beast ‡ Gary Trousdale & Kirk Wise Don Hahn
City Slickers Ron Underwood Billy Crystal & Irby Smith
The Commitments Alan Parker Lynda Myles & Roger Randall-Cutler
The Fisher King Terry Gilliam Debra Hill, Tony Mark, & Lynda Obst
Fried Green Tomatoes Jon Avnet Jon Avnet & Norman Lear
1992 The Player Robert Altman David Brown, Michael Tolkin, & Nick Wechsler
Aladdin Ron Clements & John Musker Ron Clements & John Musker
Enchanted April Mike Newell Matthew Hamilton, Simon Relph, Ann Scott, & Mark Shivas
Honeymoon in Vegas Andrew Bergman Mike Lobell
Sister Act Emile Ardolino Scott Rudin & Teri Schwartz
1993 Mrs. Doubtfire Chris Columbus Producer
Dave Ivan Reitman Ivan Reitman & Lauren Shuler-Donner
Much Ado About Nothing Kenneth Branagh Kenneth Branagh, Stephen Evans, & David Parfitt
Sleepless in Seattle Nora Ephron Gary Foster
Strictly Ballroom Baz Luhrmann Antoinette Albert & Tristram Miall
1994 The Lion King Roger Allers & Rob Minkoff Don Hahn
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert Stephan Elliott Al Clark & Michael Hamlyn
Ed Wood Tim Burton Tim Burton & Denise Di Novi
Four Weddings and a Funeral Mike Newell Duncan Kenworthy
Prêt-à-Porter Robert Altman Robert Altman & Scott Bushnell
1995 Babe Chris Noonan Catherine Barber, Philip Hearnshaw, Bill Miller, George Miller, Doug Mitchell, & Daphne Paris
The American President Rob Reiner Barbara Maltby, Charles Newirth, Rob Reiner, & Jeffrey Stott
Get Shorty Barry Sonnenfeld Danny DeVito, Michael Shamberg, & Stacey Sher
Sabrina Sydney Pollack Sydney Pollack & Scott Rudin
Toy Story John Lasseter Bonnie Arnold & Ralph Guggenheim
1996 Evita Alan Parker Alan Parker & Robert Stigwood
The Birdcage Mike Nichols Marcello Danon, Michele Imperato, Neal Machlis, & Mike Nichols
Everyone Says I Love You Woody Allen Robert Greenhut
Fargo Joel Coen Ethan Coen
Jerry Maguire Cameron Crowe James L. Brooks, Cameron Crowe, Laurence Mark, & Richard Sakai
1997 As Good as It Gets James L. Brooks Laura Ziskin
The Full Monty Peter Cattaneo Uberto Pasolini
Men in Black Barry Sonnenfeld Laurie MacDonald, Walter F. Parkes, & Steven Spielberg
My Best Friend’s Wedding P.J. Hogan Producer
Wag the Dog Barry Levinson Barry Levinson & Robert De Niro
1998 Shakespeare in Love † John Madden Donna Gigliotti, Marc Norman, David Parfitt, Harvey Weinstein, & Edward Zwick
Bulworth Warren Beatty Warren Beatty & Pieter Jan Brugge
The Mask of Zorro Martin Campbell Doug Claybourne & David Foster
Patch Adams Tom Shadyac Mike Farrell, Barry Kemp, Marvin Minoff, & Charles Newirth
Still Crazy Brian Gibson Amanda Marmot
There’s Something About Mary Bobby Farrelly & Peter Farrelly Bobby Farrelly & Peter Farrelly
1999 Toy Story 2 John Lasseter Karen Robert Jackson & Helene Plotkin
Analyze This Harold Ramis Jane Rosenthal & Paul Weinstein
Being John Malkovich Spike Jonze Steve Golin, Vincent Landay, Sandy Stern, & Michael Stipe
Man on the Moon Milos Forman Danny DeVito
Notting Hill Roger Michell Duncan Kenworthy

2000s

Year Film Director[1] Producer[2]
2000[9] Almost Famous Cameron Crowe Ian Bryce & Cameron Crowe
Best in Show Christopher Guest Gordon Mark & Karen Murphy
Chicken Run Peter Lord & Nick Park Peter Lord, Nick Park, & David Sproxton
Chocolat Lasse Hallstrom Harvey Weinstein
O Brother, Where Art Thou? Joel Coen Tim Bevan, Ethan Coen, & Eric Fellner
2001 Moulin Rouge! Baz Luhrmann Fred Baron, Martin Brown, & Baz Luhrmann
Bridget Jones’s Diary Sharon Maguire Tim Bevan, Jonathan Cavendish, & Eric Fellner
Gosford Park Robert Altman Robert Altman, Bob Balaban, & David Levy[disambiguation needed]
Legally Blonde Robert Luketic Ric Kidney & Marc E. Platt
Shrek Andrew Adamson & Vicky Jenson Jeffrey Katzenberg, Aron Warner, & John H. Williams
2002 Chicago Rob Marshall Meryl Poster, Martin Richards, Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein, & Craig Zadan
About a Boy Chris Weitz & Paul Weitz Tim Bevan, Robert De Niro, Brad Epstein, Eric Fellner, & Jane Rosenthal
Adaptation. Spike Jonze Jonathan Demme, Vincent Landay, & Edward Saxon
My Big Fat Greek Wedding Joel Zwick Gary Goetzman, Tom Hanks, & Rita Wilson
Nicholas Nickleby Douglas McGrath Simon Channing-Williams, John Hart, & Jeffrey Sharp
2003 Lost in Translation Sofia Coppola Sofia Coppola & Ross Katz
Bend It Like Beckham Gurinder Chadha Gurinder Chadha & Deepak Nayar
Big Fish Tim Burton Bruce Cohen, Dan Jinks, & Richard D. Zanuck
Finding Nemo Andrew Stanton Graham Walters
Love Actually Richard Curtis Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, & Duncan Kenworthy
2004 Sideways Alexander Payne Michael London
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Michel Gondry Anthony Bregman & Steve Golin
The Incredibles Brad Bird John Walker
The Phantom of the Opera Joel Schumacher Andrew Lloyd Webber
Ray Taylor Hackford Howard Baldwin, Karen Baldwin, Stuart Benjamin, & Taylor Hackford
2005 Walk the Line James Mangold James Keach & Cathy Konrad
Mrs. Henderson Presents Stephen Frears Norma Heyman
Pride & Prejudice Joe Wright Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, & Paul Webster
The Producers Susan Stroman Mel Brooks
The Squid and the Whale Noah Baumbach Wes Anderson
2006 Dreamgirls Bill Condon Laurence Mark
Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan Larry Charles Sacha Baron Cohen & Jay Roach
The Devil Wears Prada David Frankel Wendy Finerman & Karen Rosenfelt
Little Miss Sunshine Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris Albert Berger, David T. Friendly, Peter Saraf, Marc Turtletaub, & Ron Yerxa
Thank You for Smoking Jason Reitman Edward R. Pressman & David O. Sacks
2007 Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Tim Burton John Logan, Laurie MacDonald, Walter F. Parkes, & Richard D. Zanuck
Across the Universe Julie Taymor Charles Newirth, Jennifer Todd, & Suzanne Todd
Charlie Wilson’s War Mike Nichols Tom Hanks
Hairspray Adam Shankman Toby Emmerich, Neil Meron, Marc Shaiman, Adam Shankman, Bob Shaye, Scott Wittman, & Craig Zadan
Juno Jason Reitman Lianne Halfon, John Malkovich, Mason Novick, & Russell Smith
2008 Vicky Cristina Barcelona Woody Allen Letty Aronson, Jaume Roures, Stephen Tenenbaum, & Gareth Wiley
Burn After Reading Ethan Coen & Joel Coen Ethan Coen & Joel Coen
Happy-Go-Lucky Mike Leigh Simon Channing-Williams
In Bruges Martin McDonagh Graham Broadbent & Peter Czernin
Mamma Mia! Phyllida Lloyd Benny Andersson, Judy Craymer, Tom Hanks, Phyllida Lloyd, Björn Ulvaeus, & Rita Wilson
2009 The Hangover Todd Phillips Daniel Goldberg & Todd Phillips
(500) Days of Summer Marc Webb Mason Novick, Jessica Tuchinsky, Mark Waters, & Steven J. Wolfe
It’s Complicated Nancy Meyers Nancy Meyers & Scott Rudin
Julie & Julia Nora Ephron Nora Ephron, Laurence Mark, Amy Robinson, & Eric Steel
Nine Rob Marshall John DeLuca, Rob Marshall, Marc Platt, Harvey Weinstein, & Maury Yeston

 2010s

Year Film Director[1] Producer[2]
2010[9] The Kids Are All Right Lisa Cholodenko Jeff Levy-Hinte,Gary Gilbert, Jordan Horowitz, Celine Rattray, Daniela Taplin Lundberg & Philippe Hellmann
Alice in Wonderland Tim Burton Richard D. Zanuck, Joe Roth, Suzanne Todd & Jennifer Todd
Burlesque Steven Antin Donald De Line
Red Robert Schwentke Lorenzo di Bonaventura & Mark Vahradian
The Tourist Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck Graham King, Tim Headington, Roger Birnbaum, Gary Barber & Jonathan Glickman

the end @ copyright Dr Iwan Suwandy 2011

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