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  1. : 90 The surname "Hornblower" comes from Arthur Hornblow, a Hollywood producer who was a colleague and a friend of Forester's. [5] [6] Frederick Marryat has been identified as "the father of the seafaring adventure novel from which all others followed, from C. S. Forester's Horatio Hornblower to Patrick O'Brian's Jack Aubrey and Stephen Maturin". [7]

  2. Producers Arthur Hornblow and Edward Small bought the rights to the play for $450,000. The play was adjusted to emphasize the character of the defense barrister. Billy Wilder was signed to direct in April 1956. According to Wilder, when the producers approached Marlene Dietrich about the part, she accepted on the condition that Wilder direct.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Myrna_LoyMyrna Loy - Wikipedia

    In 1932, Loy began dating producer Arthur Hornblow Jr., when he was still married to his wife, Juliette Crosby. Prior to that, Loy appeared in small roles in The Jazz Singer and a number of early lavish Technicolor musicals, including The Show of Shows, The Bride of the Regiment, and Under a Texas Moon.

  4. Small then announced he was developing the project with Arthur Hornblow Jr. and in 1955 Gina Lollobrigida was signed. United Artists agreed to distribute the following year. Small provided 75% of the film's anticipated $6 million budget, with United Artists provided 25%.

  5. Arthur Hornblow junior für Das goldene Tor Jesse L. Lasky und Hal B. Wallis für Sergeant York Everett Riskin für Urlaub vom Himmel Alfred Hitchcock für Verdacht Hal B. Wallis für Mit einem Fuß im Himmel Hal B. Wallis für Die Spur des Falken Orson Welles für Citizen Kane: 15. 1943: Sidney Franklin: Mrs. Miniver: Sidney Franklin für ...

  6. Cyrus Norman was a millionaire who lived in the Louisiana bayous with his mistress Miss Lu (Gale Sondergaard).Norman died ten years previous, and now an American Indian man (George Regas) paddles the executor of Norman's estate, Mr. Crosby (George Zucco), through alligator-infested waters to Norman's isolated mansion, where his will is to be read at midnight.

  7. Swing High, Swing Low is a 1937 American romantic comedy drama film directed by Mitchell Leisen and starring Carole Lombard and Fred MacMurray.. It is the second film adaptation of the popular 1927 Broadway play Burlesque by George Manker Watters and Arthur Hopkins (after The Dance of Life (1929) and before When My Baby Smiles at Me (1948)).