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  1. David O. Selznick (Pittsburgh, Pensilvania; 10 de mayo de 1902-Hollywood, California; 22 de junio de 1965) fue un productor estadounidense, conocido por ser uno de los iconos de la Era Dorada de Hollywood.

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  2. David O. Selznick (born David Selznick: May 10, 1902 – June 22, 1965) was an American film producer, screenwriter and film studio executive [2] who produced Gone with the Wind (1939) and Rebecca (1940), both of which earned him an Academy Award for Best Picture. He also won the Irving Thalberg Award at the 12th Academy Awards ...

  3. David O. Selznick (Pittsburgh, Estados Unidos, 1902 - Hollywood, 1965) Productor cinematográfico estadounidense que destacó tanto por su éxito comercial como por el control estricto y minucioso de sus producciones, de las que en ocasiones fue tan autor como los directores firmantes.

  4. 23 de oct. de 2023 · David O. Selznick, (born May 10, 1902, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.—died June 22, 1965, Hollywood, California), American motion-picture producer who earned a reputation for commercially successful films of high artistic quality before and after World War II.

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  5. David O. Selznick (1902–1965) was an American motion picture producer whose work consists of three short subjects, 67 feature films, and one television production made between 1923 and 1957. He was the producer of the 1939 epic Gone With the Wind. [1] Selznick was born in Pittsburgh and educated in public schools in Brooklyn and Manhattan. [2]

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  6. David O. Selznick. Producer: Gone with the Wind. David O. Selznick was a son of the silent movie producer Lewis J. Selznick. David studied at Columbia University until his father lost his fortune in the 1920s. David started work as an MGM script reader, shortly followed by becoming an assistant to Harry Rapf. He left MGM to work at Paramount ...