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Otto Ludwig Preminger war ein österreichischer Filmregisseur, Filmproduzent, Schauspieler, Theaterregisseur und Theaterdirektor mit US-amerikanischer Staatsbürgerschaft. Bekannt wurde er durch Filme wie Laura, Faustrecht der Großstadt, Der Mann. Otto Ludwig Preminger (* 5. Dezember in Wiznitz, Bukowina, Österreich-Ungarn; † April in New York City, Vereinigte Staaten) war ein. Preminger, Otto Ludwig. Regisseur, Produzent, Schauspieler * vermutlich Wisnitz (heute: Wisnicz Nowy, Polen), † Manhattan (New York. Otto Preminger gehört wie Fritz Lang, Billy Wilder und Fred Zinnemann zu den Wienern in Hollywood, jenen Filmemigranten, die zu Hollywood-Regisseuren. Otto Ludwig Preminger mit Liane Haid, Rosy Barsony, Oskar Karlweis, Paul Abraham und Tibor von Halmay (Wilhelm Willinger, ). kehrte er als Regisseur ans Theater in der Josefstadt zurück und war dort Direktor von bis drehte Preminger seinen ersten. Der Regisseur Otto Preminger wurde im Jahre in Wiznitz, Bukowina, als Sohn des Staatsanwaltes Markus () und dessen Frau Josefa Preminger.
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The film opened to tepid notices in November Zanuck gave Preminger the task of directing another B-picture screwball comedy film Danger — Love at Work.
Simone Simon was cast but later fired by Zanuck and replaced with Ann Sothern. The premise was that eight members of an eccentric, wealthy family have inherited their grandfather's land, and the protagonist is a lawyer tasked with persuading the family to hand the land over to a corporation that believes there is oil on the property.
One of the female members of the wealthy family provides the romantic interest. In November , Zanuck's perennial emissary Gregory Ratoff brought Preminger the news that Zanuck had selected him to direct Kidnapped , which was to be the most expensive feature to date for Twentieth Century-Fox.
Zanuck himself had adapted the Robert Louis Stevenson novel. After reading Zanuck's script, Preminger knew he was in trouble since he would be a foreign director directing in a foreign setting.
During the shooting of Kidnapped , while screening footage of the film with Zanuck, the studio head accused Preminger of making changes in a scene; in particular, one with child actor Freddie Bartholomew and a dog.
Preminger, composed at first, explained, claiming he shot the scene exactly as written. Zanuck insisted that he knew his own script. The confrontation escalated and ended with Preminger exiting the office and slamming the door.
Days later, the lock to Preminger's office was changed, and his name was removed from the door. Later, a representative of Zanuck offered Preminger a buyout deal which he rejected: Preminger wanted to be paid for the remaining eleven months of his two-year contract.
He searched for work at other studios, but received no offers — only two years after his arrival in Hollywood, he was unemployed in the film industry.
He returned to New York, and began to re-focus on the stage. Preminger was offered a teaching position at the Yale School of Drama and began commuting twice a week to Connecticut to lecture on directing and acting.
William Goetz , who was running Fox in Zanuck's absence, was soon impressed with Preminger and offered him a new seven-year contract calling on his services as both a director and actor.
Preminger took full measure of the temporary studio czar, and accepted. He completed production on schedule, although with a slightly increased budget, by November Critics were dismissive upon the film's release the following February, noting the bad timing of the release, coinciding with the war.
Preminger hoped to find possible properties he could develop before Zanuck's return, one of which was Vera Caspary 's suspense novel Laura. Before production would begin on Laura , Preminger was given the green light to produce and direct Army Wives , another B-picture morale booster for a country at war.
Its focus was on showing the sacrifices made by women as they send their husbands off to the front. Zanuck returned from the armed services with his grudge against Preminger intact.
Preminger was not granted permission to direct Laura , only to serve as producer. Rouben Mamoulian was selected to direct.
Mamoulian began ignoring Preminger and started to rewrite the script. Although Preminger had no complaints about the casting of the relatively unknown Gene Tierney and Dana Andrews , he balked at their choice for the film's villain, Waldo, actor Laird Cregar.
Preminger explained to Zanuck that audiences would immediately identify Cregar as a villain, especially after Cregar's role as Jack the Ripper in The Lodger.
Preminger wanted stage actor Clifton Webb to play Waldo and persuaded his boss to give Webb a screen test. Webb was cast and Mamoulian was fired for creative differences, which also included Preminger wanting Dana Andrews to be a more classy detective instead of a gumshoe detective.
After Preminger took over, the film continued shooting well into late June. When released, the film was an instant hit with audiences and critics alike, earning Preminger his first Academy Award nomination for direction.
Preminger expected acclaim for Laura would promote him to work on better pictures, but his professional fate was in the hands of Zanuck, who had Preminger take over for the ailing Ernst Lubitsch on A Royal Scandal , a remake of Lubitsch's own silent Forbidden Paradise , starring Pola Negri as Catherine the Great.
Before he suffered a heart attack, Lubitsch had spent months in preparation, and had already cast the film.
Preminger cast Tallulah Bankhead , whom he had known since when he was directing on Broadway. Bankhead learned that Preminger's family would be barred from emigrating to the U.
He did, which earned Bankhead Preminger's loyalty. Thus when Lubitsch wanted to make the film into a vehicle for Greta Garbo , Preminger, although he would have been eager to direct the film that brought Garbo out of retirement, refused to betray Bankhead.
They became good friends and got along well during filming. The film received generally lackluster reviews as the Ruritanian romance genre had become outdated, and it failed to earn back any gross revenue.
Fallen Angel was exactly what Preminger had been anticipating. In Fallen Angel , a con man and womanizer ends up by chance in a small California town, where he romances a sultry waitress and a well-to-do spinster.
When the waitress is found killed, the drifter, played by Dana Andrews , becomes the prime suspect. Linda Darnell played the doomed waitress.
Centennial Summer , Preminger's next film, would be his first shot entirely in color. Forever Amber , based on Kathleen Winsor 's internationally popular novel published in , was Zanuck's next investment in adaptation.
Preminger had read the book and disliked it immensely. Preminger had another bestseller aimed at a female audience in mind, Daisy Kenyon.
Zanuck pledged that if Preminger did Forever Amber first, he could go to town with Daisy Kenyon afterwards. Forever Amber had already been shooting for nearly six weeks when Preminger replaced director John Stahl.
Only after turning to his revised script did Preminger learn Zanuck had recast Linda Darnell. Zanuck was convinced that whoever played Amber would become a big star, and he wanted that woman to be one of the studio's own.
Zanuck had bought the book because he believed its scandalous reputation promised big box-office returns, and was not surprised when the Catholic Legion of Decency condemned the film for glamorizing a promiscuous heroine who has a child out of wedlock , and successfully lobbied 20th Century Fox to make changes to the film.
Forever Amber opened to big business in October , and garnered decent reviews. Preminger called the film "the most expensive picture I ever made and it was also the worst".
Preminger maintained a busy schedule, working with writers on scripts for two planned projects, Daisy Kenyon and The Dark Wood ; the latter was not produced.
Variety proclaimed the film "high powered melodrama surefire for the femme market". Betty Grable was cast opposite Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.
The film had previously been another Lubitsch project, but after Lubitsch's sudden death in November , Preminger took over. Self - Celebrity Mystery Guest Contestant.
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After studio executive Darryl F. Zanuck fired him early in the filming of Kidnapped , Preminger returned to the stage.
On Broadway he directed several plays, notably Margin for Error —40 , in which he cast himself as a Nazi. He also taught stage direction at Yale University from to Then he was asked to re-create his stage role in the film version of Margin for Error , and he agreed on the condition that he could also direct.
However, it was a poorly received film, as was the tepid Jeanne Crain soap opera In the Meantime, Darling He originally was set to produce and direct the film, which was based on a Vera Caspary novel, but Zanuck handed the reins to Rouben Mamoulian.
However, Zanuck disliked the early rushes, and he fired Mamoulian and reinstated Preminger. The result is one of the great films of the s, with Dana Andrews as an implacable police detective who falls in love with a murder victim Gene Tierney during the course of his investigation.
Preminger received his first Academy Award nomination for best director, and Joseph LaShelle won an Oscar for his cinematography.
The commercial and critical success of Laura gave Preminger leverage, and Zanuck signed him to a long-term contract. A Royal Scandal had been started by Ernst Lubitsch , but, when he fell ill, Preminger completed it.Otto Premingers umstrittenes Meisterwerk „,,Exodus“ nach Leon Uris' Bestseller über die Gründung des Staates Israel Im Jahr sind mehr als Juden. Alles zu Otto Preminger (*) bei medisell.eu · Hier findest du alle Filme von Otto Preminger, Biografie, Bilder und News · medisell.eu Die erste deutschsprachige Monografie über den berühmten Regisseur und Produzenten Otto Preminger mit biografischen Textdokumenten und Briefen sowie. Otto Preminger | Grob, Norbert, Aurich, Rolf, Jacobsen, Wolfgang | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch. Samuel Mühsam Dr. Lourcelles, O. Toggle navigation. Marx, Deutsche in d. Bildname Liane Haid Kino Mönchengladbach. Und eines Tages kommt die Totgeglaubte zurück und man erfährt, dass der Mörder die falsche Frau getötet hat. Baz Luhrmann.