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Kerstin Goldbeck: Gute Unterhaltung, kann sich jedoch am nchsten Morgen nicht John Frankenheimer daran erinnern! - Filme und SerienFür Frankenheimer wurde dies zum traumatischen Erlebnis, Meg Donnelly ihn in den Alkoholismus trieb. To understand the special gift of John Frankenheimer, it is better to start with his stories instead of his movies. Yes, he made some of the most distinctive films of his time (and began and ended as one of the most gifted directors of drama on television) but the films were mostly serious, and Frankenheimer was a very funny man. John Frankenheimer, in full John Michael Frankenheimer, (born February 19, , Queens, New York, U.S.—died July 6, , Los Angeles, California), American television and film director who was considered one of the most important and creatively gifted directors of the s and ’ Frankenheimer was also a talented actor and producer, "The Manchurian Candidate in , was one of his best produced films. He passed away at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California, after a serious stroke on July 6, Though American director John Frankenheimer (born ) is best known for his challenging films of the early s, he got his start directing live television dramas in the s and revived his career in that medium in the s. Frankenheimer was born on February 19, , in Melba, New York. The Train is a American French war film directed by John Frankenheimer. Its screenplay—written by Franklin Coen, Frank Davis, and Walter Bernstein—is loosely based on the non-fiction book Le front de l'art by Rose Valland, who documented the works of art placed in storage that had been looted by the Germans from museums and private art collections.
Deciding to become a filmmaker, Frankenheimer produced some documentary shorts. While still in the Air Force, Frankenheimer had his first experiences as a director.
He had been writing for a local series in Los Angeles called either Harvey Howard's Ranch Roundup or The Harry Howard Ranch Hour sources vary that aired on KCOP.
When the show's director was unable, he was forced to make his debut as director. The show featured cows and the rancher Howard.
Despite his inexperience, Frankenheimer was kept on as director for three more months, until the show was taken off the air by the Federal Communications Commission.
When Frankenheimer's tour of duty in the military was completed, he decided to pursue his goal of directing. Returning to the East Coast, Frankenheimer was hired as an assistant director for CBS-TV in New York City.
This was the era of live television and television plays. Between and , Frankenheimer was the assistant director on shows such as Person to Person, The Garry Moore Show, and You Are There.
Frankenheimer did the work of a cinematographer as well, by setting up shots in the control room for the director. When Sidney Lumet , the director of You Are There, left the show to begin a film directing career in , Frankenheimer was promoted to director.
While Lumet went on to have a solid film career, Frankenheimer also made the most of his opportunity. He built a significant career directing live television plays that received much praise from critics and audiences alike.
While directing over television plays for series like Climax, Ford Startime, Buick Electra Playhouse, Playhouse 90, and other anthology series, Frankenheimer worked with a number of accomplished actors, as well as future stars.
They included Claudette Colbert , Ingrid Bergman , John Gielgud, and Paul Newman. Some of the more famous episodes that Frankenheimer directed were "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" and "Journey to the Day.
For Frankenheimer, live television was challenging. It allowed him the freedom to try out new things, including deep focus photography, distinctive angles, and other interesting camera work.
Frankenheimer told Jay Carr of the Boston Globe that "I did an awful lot of television, and out of that I developed a very fluid camera style.
I learned through doing it how to stage very complicated scenes and how to photograph them. So it gave me a great freedom when I got into movies—that I wasn't scared of it, that I didn't worry what I'd do with the camera, that I'd find a way to photograph the scene.
Frankenheimer made his first foray into film directing in He turned an episode of the Climax series into a movie entitled The Young Stranger.
As a film director, he tried to bring the same creativity that he employed in live television, but found his crew to be unresponsive and the medium too restrictive.
Though critics generally were impressed, Frankenheimer returned to television and did not make another film for five years. In the early s, Frankenheimer left television and worked primarily in film for the next 30 years.
This period proved to be his most fruitful as a filmmaker. He earned a reputation as an innovative, technically skilled filmmaker.
Frankenheimer was not afraid to use fast film stocks and new light cameras. Many of these early successes featured themes of social and political intrigue.
After 's The Young Savages, a courtroom drama that dealt with social problems of the day, Frankenheimer made arguably the three most significant films of his career in The first All Fall Down was often overshadowed by the other two.
This striking film about brothers was well-received by critics. A more popular film with audiences was Birdman of Alcatraz, a biopic of Robert Stroud that starred Burt Lancaster.
Frankenheimer took over the production from Charles Crichton; he would perform such a task a number of times over his career. The most important film by Frankenheimer in was The Manchurian Candidate.
This political suspense thriller starred Frank Sinatra and Angela Landsbury. Both a commercial and critical success, it has retained an enduring following.
Riding the success of these films, he formed his own production company, John Frankenheimer Productions, in Frankenheimer made several more important films in the mids.
Seven Days in May was, like The Manchurian Candidate, another Cold War suspense thriller. This film portrays a military coup attempt against the U.
Frankenheimer took over the production of The Train after its first director, Arthur Penn, was fired.
Set in Europe during World War II , the story focused on a train bound for Nazi Germany loaded with French art and the intrigue that surrounded it.
Following lesser known films like "The Train" and "Grand Prix" , as well as the tragic assassination of close friend Robert F. Kennedy, Frankenheimer entered a dark period during which he struggled with illness and career setbacks.
Though he saw some success with "The French Connection II" and "Black Sunday" , Frankenheimer struggled through the s and s, before rejuvenating his career on the small screen in the s, winning four Emmy Awards in five years for directing "Against the Wall" HBO, , "The Burning Season" HBO , "Andersonville" TNT, and "George Wallace" TNT, The newfound success allowed him to make a triumphant return to features with "Ronin" , an old school Cold War spy thriller that gave Frankenheimer one last success on the big screen and cemented his reputation as the undisputed master of the political thriller.
View All Photos View All. Director, Dialogue No quotes approved yet. In the initial confusion following the shooting Frankenheimer was mistakenly identified as one of the other people shot that night.
Children: daughters Elise and Kristi Frankenheimer. Served in the U. Air Force during the Korean War directing training films while stationed in Burbank, CA.
Was approached by Albert R. Broccoli to screen-test for the role of James Bond in Dr. No Frankenheimer began his career as an actor.
Inducted posthumously into the Television Hall of Fame in Biography in: John Wakeman, editor. New York: The H.
Wilson Company, As a director on the You Are There TV series, he was supervised by fellow director Sidney Lumet. Directed the television debuts of Sir John Gielgud and Ingrid Bergman in "The Browning Version" episode for The DuPont Show of the Month and Startime: The Turn of the Screw , respectively.
Directed live television dramas for Studio One in Hollywood , Playhouse 90 , The DuPont Show of the Month and other showcase anthologies.
Famous for his use of innovative camera angles, Frankenheimer was acclaimed for a shot in The Manchurian Candidate that is slightly out of focus.
He said that the shot was an accident. When Burt Lancaster walked onto the set the first day of shooting of The Young Savages , he was startled and dismayed to see the camera on the floor, aiming upward.
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Chomsky James Goldstone Marvin J. Chomsky John Erman Jeff Bleckner Lamont Johnson Joseph Sargent Glenn A. Jordan Lamont Johnson Simon Wincer Joseph Sargent Brian Gibson Joseph Sargent James Steven Sadwith John Frankenheimer John Frankenheimer John Frankenheimer Andrei Konchalovsky John Frankenheimer Allan Arkush Charles S.
The Life Career Award. Fritz Lang Samuel Z. Arkoff Christopher Lee Gene Roddenberry William Shatner John Agar Ray Harryhausen Martin B.
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Broccoli Edward R. Pressman Harrison Ford Dino De Laurentiis John Frankenheimer Sylvester Stallone James Coburn James Karen Michael Crichton Nathan Juran Dick Van Dyke George Barris Brian Grazer Robert Englund Drew Struzan Stan Lee Kurt Russell Sid and Marty Krofft Blake Edwards Stephen J.
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