Gabriel Pascal

Highest Rated: 94% Pygmalion (1938)
Birthday: Jun 4, 1894
Birthplace: Not Available
Transylvanian-born producer and director Gabriel Pascal got his start on the Viennese stage. From there, he went on to make films in several major European cities until he landed in Great Britain during the mid-'30s. There, playwright George Bernard Shaw personally selected Pascal to make film adaptations of his work. In 1945, Pascal's career ground to an abrupt halt after his expensive epic romance Caesar and Cleopatra turned out to be one of the year's most notorious box-office stinkers. In 1953, Pascal made Androcles and the Lion in the U.S.

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Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
33% Androcles and the Lion Producer 1953
No Score Yet Caesar and Cleopatra Director Producer 1945
93% Major Barbara Director Screenwriter Producer 1941
94% Pygmalion Producer 1938

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