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  1. Wanger Feuchtwanger, más conocido como Walter Wanger ( San Francisco, 11 de julio de 1894 - Nueva York, 18 de noviembre de 1968) fue un productor de cine estadounidense.

  2. Walter Wanger (born Walter Feuchtwanger; July 11, 1894 – November 18, 1968) was an American film producer active from the 1910s, his career concluding with the turbulent production of Cleopatra, his last film, in 1963.

  3. www.imdb.com › name › nm0911137Walter Wanger - IMDb

    A graduate of Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, Walter Wanger was among the more literate and socially conscious American film producers of his time. At the peak of his career, his salary was exceeded only by that of Louis B. Mayer at MGM. Wanger had served in the air force on the Italian front during World War I.

  4. Wanger Feuchtwanger, más conocido como Walter Wanger (San Francisco, 11 de julio de 1894 - Nueva York, 18 de noviembre de 1968) fue un productor de cine estadounidense.Entre sus proyectos más recordados se cuentan el clásico La diligencia (1939) de John Ford, La reina Cristina de Suecia (con Greta Garbo), Scarlet Street de Fritz Lang, Juana de Arco (con Ingrid Bergman) y la polémica ...

  5. A graduate of Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, Walter Wanger was among the more literate and socially conscious American film producers of his time. At the peak of his career, his salary was exceeded only by that of Louis B. Mayer at MGM. Wanger had served in the air force on the Italian front during World War I.

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  6. Walter Wanger fue un productor de cine estadounidense nacido el 11 de julio de 1894 en San Francisco. Su verdadero nombre era Wanger Feuchtwanger. Era hijo de una familia acomodada de clase media-alta. Era el tercero de cuatro hermanos. Su padre era un inmigrate bávaro-judío llamado Sigmund Feuchtwanger, que se dedicaba al comercio textil.

  7. Walter Feuchtwanger (Wanger) was born in San Francisco, California, on 11th July, 1894. He served with the United States Army during the First World War. In 1919 Wanger married silent film actress Justine Johnstone. He moved to Hollywood and found employment at Paramount Pictures and was executive producer of The Cocoanuts (1929), a film ...