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Mel Bourne

Highest Rated: 100% Broadway Danny Rose (1984)

Lowest Rated: Not Available

Birthday: Nov 22, 1923

Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, USA

Best known for his impeccable collaborations with Woody Allen, beginning with "Annie Hall" (1977) and running through "Broadway Danny Rose" (1984), Mel Bourne excels at urban settings. After studying at the Yale School of Drama, Bourne worked as an apprentice to the stage designer Robert Edmond Jones. During the 1950s, he created the settings for numerous stage productions including "The Male Animal" and "The Millionairess." Bourne segued to films in 1957 as associate art director on "That Night." In addition to Woody Allen, he has worked with Michael Mann ("Thief" 1981), Robert Benton ("Still of the Night" 1982) and Barbet Schroeder ("Reversal of Fortune" 1990). Bourne was thrice nominated for an Oscar for his designs for "Interiors" (1978), "The Natural" (1984) and "The Fisher King" (1991).

Filmography

Movies

Credit
68% 37% Kiss of Death Production Design $14.7M 1995
39% 52% Something to Talk About Production Design $49.7M 1995
35% 47% Indecent Proposal Production Design $104.9M 1993
84% 85% The Fisher King Production Design $39.4M 1991
7% 58% Cocktail Production Design $77.3M 1988
76% 72% Fatal Attraction Production Design $154.0M 1987
93% 77% Manhunter Production Design $7.0M 1986
82% 88% The Natural Production Design - 1984
100% 84% Broadway Danny Rose Production Design - 1984
100% 88% Zelig Production Design - 1983
63% 49% Still of the Night Production Designer - 1982
0% 10% Windows Production Design,
Art Director
- 1980
69% 78% Stardust Memories Production Design - 1980
94% 92% Manhattan Production Design - 1979
80% 79% Interiors Production Design - 1978
96% 92% Annie Hall Art Direction - 1977
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Silence Art Director - 1975