Anatole de Grunwald

Highest Rated: 95% The Queen of Spades (1949)
Lowest Rated: 0% The V.I.P.s (1963)
Birthday: Dec 25, 1910
Birthplace: Not Available
The son of a Czarist diplomat, Anatole de Grunwald was barely seven years old when he fled his revolution-torn homeland. Educated at Cambridge and the Sorbonne, de Grunwald worked for several years as a print journalist in Britain, turning to screenwriting in 1939. After functioning on the production staff of Two Cities productions, de Grunwald and his younger brother, Dmitri (1914-1990), formed their own production company in 1946. Keeping his hand in the writing game, de Grunwald contributed to the scripts of many of his productions, including The Winslow Boy (1950) and The Holly and the Ivy (1953). Anatole de Grunwald's final film efforts included the star-studded The V.I.P.'s (1963) and The Yellow Rolls Royce (1965).

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Filmography

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CREDIT
0% The V.I.P.s Producer 1963
No Score Yet I Thank a Fool Producer 1962
No Score Yet Innocents in Paris Screenwriter 1953
No Score Yet The Holly and the Ivy Producer Screenwriter 1952
95% The Queen of Spades Producer 1949
No Score Yet The Last Days of Dolwyn (Women of Dolwyn) Producer 1949
No Score Yet While the Sun Shines Screenwriter Producer 1947
No Score Yet The Way to the Stars Screenwriter Producer 1945
No Score Yet English Without Tears (Her Man Gilbey) Screenwriter Producer 1944
No Score Yet The Demi-Paradise Screenwriter Producer 1943
No Score Yet They Met in the Dark Screenwriter 1943
No Score Yet Secret Mission Screenwriter 1942
No Score Yet Spitfire (The First of the Few) Screenwriter 1942
No Score Yet Unpublished Story Screenwriter 1942
No Score Yet The Day Will Dawn Screenwriter 1942
No Score Yet Cottage to Let Screenwriter 1941
No Score Yet Pimpernel Smith Screenwriter 1941
93% Major Barbara Screenwriter 1941
No Score Yet Quiet Wedding Screenwriter 1941
No Score Yet French Without Tears Screenwriter 1939

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