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The 1st Classic Movie Director That Comes To Mind

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THE TEN COMMANDMENTS directed by Cecil B. DeMille as a silent in 1923 and with sound in 1956.

Next: A Hollywood director who filmed in Mexico several times.

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John Huston - The Red Badge of Courage (1951)

Next: favorite Judy Garland film

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The Apartment, screenplay by Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond and Billy Wilder directed the film

Next: known as a "woman's" director

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Alfred Hitchcock

Next: in your opinion - the best musical director in film

 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Drvannor said:

Alfred Hitchcock

Next: in your opinion - the best musical director in film

 

 

 

DRV-- The point of this thread is to name the director and the movie that fits the request-- you might look at some of the previous pages to see what's already been done.

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8 minutes ago, Drvannor said:

Alfred Hitchcock

Next: in your opinion - the best musical director in film

 

 

 

So this should read in your opinion, the best musical director and that director's best film

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"All That Jazz", directed by Bob Fosse

Next: a large-scale epic film made by a director born in the UK

 

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Doctor Zhivago, directed by David Lean

Next: A critically acclaimed film that started as a TV teleplay-- the TV play may or may not have the same director as the film

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Alfred Hitchcock made " The Man Who Knew Too Much" twice.

Next: A classic movie that was made first as a silent and then later as a talkie-- the original and the Remake can have the same director or two different directors

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On 1/2/2019 at 4:33 PM, Princess of Tap said:

Alfred Hitchcock made " The Man Who Knew Too Much" twice.

Next: A classic movie that was made first as a silent and then later as a talkie-- the original and the Remake can have the same director or two different directors

WAY DOWN EAST...Directed in 1920 by D.W. Griffith, and in 1935 by Henry King.

Next: Film that started out as a Canadian teleplay.

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At least one was made as a Hollywood movie, but still took place in Canada, or at least the airspace over it 

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One of the writers of thd screenplay for the specific film was done by the writer who did the teleplay.  He later adapted the story into a novel.

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