Carl Foreman

Carl Foreman

Highest Rated: 97% High Noon (1952)

Lowest Rated: 0% When Time Ran Out (1980)

Birthday: Jul 23, 1914

Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, USA

Wrote several outstanding screenplays for producer Stanley Kramer, including "Home of the Brave" (1949) and "The Men" (1950), before refusing to co-operate with the House Committee on Un-American Activities in the early 1950s. Subsequently blacklisted, Foreman went to England and worked uncredited on "Bridge on the River Kwai" (1957), before beginning his producing career in 1959. His sole directorial effort was "The Victors" (1963), an admirable WWII drama.

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50% 63% High Noon Writer - 2000
0% 20% When Time Ran Out Screenwriter - 1980
59% 56% Force 10 From Navarone Writer (Screen Story) - 1978
No Score Yet 55% Living Free Executive Producer - 1972
50% 53% Young Winston Producer,
Writer
- 1972
20% 79% The Victors Director,
Writer
- 1963
92% 86% The Guns of Navarone Writer,
Producer
- 1961
90% 73% The Mouse That Roared Producer - 1959
No Score Yet 56% The Key Screenwriter - 1958
95% 93% The Bridge on the River Kwai Writer (Screenplay) - 1957
No Score Yet 74% A Hatful of Rain Screenwriter - 1957
No Score Yet 47% The Sleeping Tiger Writer (Screenplay) - 1954
97% 89% High Noon Screenwriter - 1952
77% 74% The Men Writer - 1950
93% 74% Champion Writer - 1949
No Score Yet 83% Know Your Enemy: Japan Screenwriter - 1945

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