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us: De Grunwald, Anatole, 1910-1967



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    • us: Grunwald, Anatole de, 1910-1967
    • us: DeGrunwald, A. (Anatole), 1910-1967
    • us: DeGrunwald, Anatole, 1910-1967
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    • found: The way to the stars, 1945: leaf 2 (story by Anatole de Grunwald)
    • found: French without tears [MP] 1940: credits (screen play, A. DeGrunwald)
    • found: Int'l film necrology, 1981 (de Grunwald, Anatole; writer & producer; b. Jan. 11, 1911, Leningrad, Russia; d. Jan. 13, 1967)
    • found: Spitfire [VR] 2012? credits (Anatole DeGrunwald)
    • found: Internet Movie Database WWW site, March 31, 2015: (Anatole de Grunwald, writer, producer ; b. December 25, 1910 in St. Petersburg, Russian Empire [now Russia] ; d. January 13, 1967 (age 56) in London, England, UK)
    • found: National Portrait Gallery WWW site, April 8, 2015: (Anatole de Grunwald (1910-1967), Producer, screenwriter and playwright ; Sitter in 2 portraits ; Born in Petrograd, (now St. Petersburg), Russia, the son of a diplomat in the service of the Russian Tsar, Anatole de Grunwald's family fled to England during the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution. Having started working as a journalist, de Grunwald turned to screenwriting in 1939 for the British film industry, then became a producer. He was appointed managing director of Two Cities Films, and later formed his own production company with his brother, Dimitri De Grunwald in 1946. De Grunwald contributed to the scripts of many of his productions, including The Winslow Boy (1948) and The Holly and the Ivy(1953). De Grunwald's later films included The V.I.P. (1963) and The Yellow Rolls-Royce (1965). ) {http://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/person/mp59462/anatole-de-grunwald}
    • found: International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, 2000 via Biography in Context Online, April 8, 2015: (Anatole De Grunwald ; Born: December 25, 1910 in St. Petersburg, Russia ; Died: January 13, 1967 in London, United Kingdom)
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