Joseph L. Mankiewicz

Born:  February 11, 1909, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.


1946:  Dragonwyck, Somewhere In The Night

1947:  The Late George Apley, The Ghost and Mrs. Muir

1948:  Escape

1949:  A Letter To Three Wives (Oscar Winner: Best Director, Best Screenplay), House of Strangers

1950:  No Way Out  (Oscar Nomination: Best Story and Screenplay), All About Eve  (Oscar Winner: Best Director, Best Screenplay)

1951:  People Will Talk

1952:  5 Fingers  (Oscar Nomination: Best Director)

1953:  Julius Caesar

1954:  The Barefoot Contessa  (Oscar Nomination: Best Story and Screenplay)

1955:  Guys and Dolls

1958:  The Quiet American

1959:  Suddenly Last Summer

1963:  Cleopatra

1967:  The Honey Pot

1970:  There Was A Crooked Man…,  King: A Filmed Record…Montgomery to Memphis

1972:  Sleuth  (Oscar Nomination: Best Director)


Died:  February 5, 1993, Bedford, New York.