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  • LA Film Critics To Honor Shirley MacLaine With Career ...

    ... with Harry," won her first Academy Award nomination for 1958's "Some Came Running," and another two years later for Billy Wilder's "The Apartment," in which ...

  • 34 Hollywood Living Legends, Ranked From Youngest to Oldest

    Few women have had her longevity: She started as an ingenue in Alfred Hitchcock's "The Trouble With Harry," became Billy Wilder's favorite leading lady, was the only ...

  • Hollywood's 100 Favorite Films -

    Director: Billy Wilder Cast: William Holden, Gloria Swanson Domestic lifetime gross (adjusted for inflation, 2014): No numbers available .

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  • Stories of Our Lives -

    ... Billy Wilder. Starring: Tom Ewell, Marilyn Monroe. Year: 1955. A perfect '50s-era fantasy in which a middle-aged editor from Manhattan — his wife and kids in ...

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  • Billy Wilder - Wikipedia

    Billy Wilder (born Samuel Wilder; / ˈ w aɪ l d ər /; German:; June 22, 1906 – March 27, 2002) was an Austrian-born Jewish American filmmaker ...

  • Billy Wilder - IMDb

    Billy Wilder, Writer: Some Like It Hot. Originally planning to become a lawyer, Billy Wilder abandoned that career in favor of working as a reporter for a Viennese ...

  • Billy Wilder filmography - Wikipedia

    This is a chronological list of films which Billy Wilder was involved with, in either writing, directing, producing, or a combination of the three.

  • Billy Wilder - Rotten Tomatoes

    Billy Wilder Celebrity Profile - Check out the latest Billy Wilder photo gallery, biography, pics, pictures, interviews, news, forums and blogs at Rotten Tomatoes!

  • Paris Review - Billy Wilder, The Art of Screenwriting No. 1

    Billy Wilder, one of American cinema’s premiere writer-directors, has always maintained that movies are “authored,” and has always felt that much of a film’s ...

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