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  Edmund Goulding - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Edmund Goulding (March 20, 1891 - December 21, 1959) was, among other things, a film director.
Goulding was known for directing cultured dramas and drawing-room comedies such as Grand Hotel (1932), but he may be best remembered for directing the dark Nightmare Alley.
Goulding was also a successful songwriter, composer and producer.
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Goulding was embroiled in a sex scandal in the mid-1930s, he had a penchant for bisexual orgies and voyeurism, and was exiled to Europe.
Goulding was lured by Darryl F. Zanuck to Twentieth Century-Fox in 1943, where he directed Claudia, Dorothy McGuire's heralded film debut, and two contrasting vehicles for Tyrone Power: the big budget literary adaptation of Somerset Maugham's The Razor's Edge, and the peverse but indelible film noir Nightmare Alley.
Goulding has been neglected in film history, and his first-ever biography Edmund Goulding's Dark Victory: Hollywood's Genius Bad Boy (University of Wisconsin Press, 2004) attempts to place him among the most important film talents of his time.
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 glbtq >> arts >> Goulding, Edmund
Goulding was born in London on March 20, 1891, during the twilight of the Victorian age.
Goulding directed Joan Crawford in her first substantial role, in Sally, Irene and Mary (1925), and Greta Garbo and John Gilbert in the smash hit Love (1927), before writing the script for Broadway Melody (1929), the first film musical.
Goulding's style as a director is distinguished by brisk pacing and an ability to elicit honest emotion from his players.
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 Matthew Kennedy. Edmund Goulding's Dark Victory: Hollywoo... - Memoir-Biography.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Maybe you've heard of Goulding, and certainly you've seen a number of his films, but never before has anyone been abel to put together all the facts, do all the right research, and conduct an amazing number of pertinent interviews to produce such a stunning result.
Goulding's work in music could be a book all of its own.
Edmund Goulding's Dark Victory is a perfect read for anyone looking for a bit of the unusual.
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 Edmund Goulding's Dark Victory : Hollywood's Genius Bad Boy Books at AudioXchange - Electronic - Music - DVD - Movies - ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
I was delighted when his Edmund Goulding book was published not a long time later, a feeling shared with my large book club that quickly spread to other book clubs in my city.
Edmund Goulding's Dark Victory: Hollywood's Genius Bad Boy is impeccably researched and, although Mr.
Goulding was not only a director (and a favorite one of such stars as Bette Davis, Joan Fontaine, and Gloria Swanson), but also a writer, composer, set designer, and cinematographer.
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 Powell's Books - Edmund Goulding's Dark Victory: Hollywood's Genius Bad Boy by Matthew Kennedy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Edmund Goulding's Dark Victory: Hollywood's Genius Bad Boy is the first biography ever written about this eccentric genius of early-twentieth-century filmmaking.
Goulding (1891-1959) was by turns a writer, producer, composer, and actor, but it is as a director that he made an indelible impression.
The London-born Goulding was a complicated and contradictory man whose notorious orgies, bisexuality, drinking, and drug addictions were whispered about in Hollywood for years.
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 Matt & Andrej Koymasky - Famous GLTB - Edmund Goulding
Edmund Goulding was one of the most talented and eccentric characters of Golden Age Hollywood.
After World War II, Goulding was hired at Twentieth Century Fox and made two excellent movies of starkly contrasting themes: The Razor's Edge (1946), based on a novel by Somerset Maugham, and the noir thriller Nightmare Alley (1947), both featuring Tyrone Power at his best.
Goulding was bisexual, with a decided taste for promiscuity and voyeurism.
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 Edmund Goulding's Dark Victory : Hollywood's Genius Bad Boy - HDTVEdge.com - Get the HDTV Edge with the Latest News, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Edmund Gouldingand#8217;s Dark Victory: Hollywoodand#8217;s Genius Bad Boy is the first biography ever written about this eccentric genius of early-twentieth-century filmmaking.
Goulding (1891and#8211;1959) was by turns a writer, producer, composer, and actor, but it is as a director that he made an indelible impression.
Although there's enough talk about Goulding's notorious orgies to satisfy gossip aficionados, Kennedy is more interested in the man's feats as a film director, screenwriter, composer, and all-around talent.
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 Edmund Goulding's Dark Victory : Hollywood's Genius Bad Boy - Product Details | GamingHaven.com Store   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Goulding's exalted place in Hollywood's golden age, how he got there, and what guaranteed Mr.
Goulding's background and gained insight into why he also led a tortured existence even at the top of the heap.
Kennedy details Goulding's scandalous lifestyle well, but is even more interested in Goulding's accomplishments as film director, screenwriter, composer, etc. The author effectively captures the complex and paradoxical nature of the English-born Goulding whose excellent scripts and extraordinary directorial talent set standards in American cinema that are still influencing filmmaking today.
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 Silent Era: Books: Edmond Goulding's Dark Victory by Matthew Kennedy
Matthew Kennedy’s new biography of Edmund Goulding is out to correct this oversight in the first book-length look at this forgotten director and his dynamic career.
Born in England in 1891, Edmund Goulding grew up the son of a butcher, but deserted the trade as a young man for London’s West End.
Beginning with Love and extending through his sound era work, Edmund Goulding was primarily known as a ‘woman’s director,’ denoting not only his sensitivity in handling female performers (including the volatile Davis), but also his ability to depict romantic and ‘weepie’ subjects in a thoughtful and intelligent manner.
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 Moviefone: Movie Celebrities - Edmund Goulding: MAIN
Edmund Goulding started out as a child actor on the turn-of-the-century London stage.
Bisexual film director and screenwriter Edmund Goulding was one of the most talented and eccentric characters of Hollywood's Golden Age.
Edmund Goulding, Mardi Gras, Teenage Rebel, Down Among the Sheltering Palms, We're Not Married, Mister 880, Everybody Does It, Nightmare Alley,...
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 UW Press - : Edmund Goulding's Dark Victory: Hollywood's Genius Bad Boy, Matthew Kennedy, Foreword by Kevin Brownlow
Edmund Goulding (1891–1959) is most remembered as the director of Grand Hotel.
He wrote the story for the Oscar-winning musical The Broadway Melody and collaborated with Gloria Swanson and Joseph Kennedy for The Trespasser.
Goulding was a complicated, contradictory man whose notorious orgies, bisexuality, drinking, and drug addictions were whispered about in Hollywood.
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 Edmund Goulding's Dark Victory : Hollywood's Genius Bad Boy | Fan Blurb   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
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 Amazon.com: Books: Edmund Goulding's Dark Victory : Hollywood's Genius Bad Boy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Goulding (1891–1959) was by turns a writer, producer, composer, and actor, but it is as a director that he made an indelible impression.
A butcher's son, Eddie Goulding became a child actor on the London stage.
Eddie is temporarily barred from the United States as MGM micro-manages the scandal...."Edmund Goulding's Dark Victory" is thorough.
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The Razors Edge : Goulding's intrepretation of Maugham's novel is elegant and visually alluring.
Edmund Goulding, Bette Davis, George Brent, Humphrey Bogart, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Ronald Reagan
She can not act, and thankfully she is hardly even in this movie...
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 Combustible Celluloid film review - Nightmare Alley (1947), Edmund Goulding, Tyrone Power, Joan Blondell, dvd review
Director Edmund Goulding was a Hollywood director-for-hire who was best known for working with great actresses.
Goulding used Power again in Nightmare Alley, twisting Power's image around into a greedy and unscrupulous user.
The screenplay was by Jules Furthman, based on a novel by William Lindsay.
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Edmund Goulding directed this remake of his own 1929 The Trespasser, which starred Gloria...
Edmund Goulding directed this remake of his own 1929 The Trespasser, which starred Gloria Swanson.
Here Bette Davis assumes the lead role of Mary Donnell, a young innocent married to a bootlegger.
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Grand Hotel (1932) - Edmund Goulding / Greta Garbo.
Dark Victory (1939) - Edmund Goulding / Bette Davis.
Nightmare Alley (1947) - Edmund Goulding / Tyrone Power.
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Authors: Edmund Goulding; Howard Hughes; Ben Lyon; James Hall; Jean Harlow
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 Find in a Library: Edmund Goulding's dark victory : Hollywood's genius bad boy
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 [IOBA TradeBooks] FS: Hollywood Director Edmund Goulding's Inscribed Novel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Inscribed by Goulding: "For Frances and Ted Walther, in friendship, Edward Goulding, 1929, I hope we write many good (?
unreadable) together." Goulding emigrated to the U.S. after serving in the British military in WW1.
He began writing for the screen in 1921.
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 Amazon.ca: Video: Forever and a Day   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Most of all, the celebrity lineup is a real treat: There are 80 stars, including Brian Aherne, Robert Cummings, Ida Lupino, Charles Laughton, Herbert Marshall, Ray Milland, Merle Oberon, Claude Rains, Victor McLaglen, Buster Keaton, C. Aubrey Smith, Elsa Lanchester, and Edmund Gwenn.
Talent was stacked up behind the camera as well: René Clair, Edmund Goulding, and Cedric Hardwicke are among the directors.
There was an all-star line-up behind the camera as well, with such acclaimed directors as Rene Clair, Edmund Goulding, Cedric Hardwicke, Frank Lloyd, Victor Saville, Robert Stevenson, and Herbert Wilcox.
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 Dark Victory (Edmund Goulding)
She has a crippling and degenerative brain disease that will eventually cause her to go blind and then die.
This "prognosis negative" may not seem like the most optimistic subject matter for a movie, but under the sensitive direction of Edmund Goulding, Dark Victory takes on a shocking resonance and it's messages about death and dying are no doubt as timeless and probably just as significant today.
Dark Victory is an embarrassment of riches, an unashamedly tearful melodrama that features an absolutely electrifying, compelling, tour de force, tear-jerking performance from Bette Davis as Judith Traherne.
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Suggested by Vicki Baum's book "Menschem im Hotel" and the Broadway play by William A. Drake, GRAND HOTEL remains to this day one of M-G-M's most delightful and lavish films.
With a hand-picked cast from it's peerless roster of stars and top direction from Edmund Goulding, the film still casts a...
One who enjoys real acting talent will love this movie.
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 Amazon.com: Forever and a Day (1943): DVD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
This rarely-seen gem from England spans the years from Napoleon to World War II by following the fortunes of those who lived in a London manor house.
Assembled by seven directors (Rene Clair, Edmund Goulding, Cedric Hardwicke, Frank Lloyd, Victor Saville, Robert Stevenson, Herbert Wilcox) and starring over eighty American and British actors, "Forever and a Day" is one of the largest and most powerful ensemble films ever made.
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