Knowledge Identifier: +Vincente_Minnelli
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1903.
Countries: United States (66%), France (13%), Switzerland (3%)
Linked to: Ohio Wesleyan University, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Oxford University Press
The Great Ziegfeld - The "Ziegfeld Follies" under Vincente Minnelli was initially performed in December 1935, before making its Broadway debut on January 30, 1936
Minnelli later worked on The Ziegfeld Follies of 1936, Hooray for What/, Very Warm for May, and The Show is On. Minnelli's reputation grew and he was offered a job at MGM in 1940 by producer Arthur Freed.
Minnelli's reputation grew and he was offered a job at MGM in 1940 by producer Arthur Freed.
Fred Astaire - His next partner, Lucille Bremer, was featured in two lavish vehicles, both directed by Vincente_Minnelli: the fantasy Yolanda and the Thief which featured an avant-garde surrealistic ballet, and the musical revue Ziegfeld Follies which featured a memorable teaming of Astaire with Gene Kelly to "The Babbit and the Bromide", a Gershwin song Astaire had introduced with his sister Adele back in 1927.
The Great Ziegfeld - In 1946, MGM made another sequel, "Ziegfeld Follies", directed by Vincente Minnelli, director of the stage show
Jack Martin Smith - His first Oscar nomination came in 1949 for his work on Vincente Minnelli's adaptation of "Madame Bovary"
Claude Garache - In 1955 he worked as an artistic advisor to Vincente Minnelli during the filming of "Lust for Life", his biography of Vincent van Gogh
Gigi (1958 film) - "'Gigi"' is a 1958 American musical romantic comedy film directed by Vincente Minnelli
Luana Patten - In 1960, she played the role of Libby Halstead in Vincente Minnelli's melodrama "Home from the Hill"
Minnelli served as a juror at the 1967 Cannes Film Festival.
John Le Mesurier - In 1970 Le Mesurier appeared in Ralph Thomas's "Doctor in Trouble" as the Purser; he made an appearance in Vincente Minnelli's "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever", a romantic fantasy musical with a screenplay by Alan Jay Lerner adapted from his book for the 1965 stage production of the same name, featuring Barbra Streisand in the main role
Pola Negri - In 1975, director Vincente Minnelli approached Negri to appear as the Contessa Sanziani in his film "A Matter of Time", but Negri was unable to accept the part due to poor health
Notre Dame , Salt Lake City, Utah: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1990 FHL US/CAN Film