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Andrew Marton

  • Highest Rated: 92% King Solomon's Mines (1950)
  • Lowest Rated: 33% The Two-Faced Woman (1941)
  • Birthday: Jan 26, 1904
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • Andrew Marton's first directorial experience was as an assistant on two Max Linder silent comedies, filmed while Marton was an editor at Austria's Vita studios. Marton was brought to Hollywood in 1923 as principal editor to director Ernst Lubitsch; he would receive his first solo directing credit in 1929. Returning to Germany to assume the chief editor's post at Tobin Studios, Marton fled to England when Hitler came to power in 1933, then settled in Hollywood for good in 1940. Many of Marton's "solo" American films were medium-budget actioners: two of these, Clarence the Cross-Eyed Lion (1965) and Africa Texas Style (1966), were spun off into television series. A great many Marton projects were helmed in collaboration with other directors, notably King Solomon's Mines (1950), and the Cinerama Corporation's Seven Wonders of the World (1954). Marton's greatest fame rests upon his second-unit direction of such notable productions as Mrs. Miniver (1942), A Farewell to Arms (1957), Ben-Hur (1959), Cleopatra (1963) The Longest Day (1963) and Catch 22 (1970). A series of in-depth interviews of Andrew Marton conducted by Joanne d'Antonio were published shortly after Marton's death in 1992.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

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No Score Yet Seven Wonders of the World Director 2006
38% Into the Night Freeway Driver 1985
No Score Yet Africa---Texas Style! Producer Director 1967
No Score Yet Around the World Under the Sea Director Producer 1966
No Score Yet Crack in the World Director 1965
No Score Yet Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion Director 1965
75% The Thin Red Line Director 1964
No Score Yet It Happened in Athens Director 1962
87% The Longest Day Director 1962
No Score Yet Green Fire Director 1954
No Score Yet Men of the Fighting Lady (Panther Squadron) Director 1954
No Score Yet Prisoner of War Director 1954
No Score Yet Gypsy Colt Director 1954
No Score Yet The Devil Makes Three Director 1952
No Score Yet The Wild North Director 1952
92% King Solomon's Mines Director Actor 1950
No Score Yet Gentle Annie Director 1945
33% The Two-Faced Woman Director 1941
No Score Yet A Little Bit of Heaven Director 1940

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