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Topic: Rudolph Cartier

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  Rudolph Cartier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rudolph Cartier (born Rudolph Katscher on April 17, 1904 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary; died June 8, 1994 in London, England, UK) was an Austrian television director, who worked almost exclusively in British television for the BBC.
Cartier went on to become the BBC's premier director of television drama over the course of the decade, developing many techniques that are now standard in the medium today and pushing the then primitive technicalities of the television studios to their limits.
Cartier continued directing highly esteemed television dramas for the BBC throughout the 1960s.
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 Cartier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cartier Island, an island north-west of Australia that is part of Australia's Northern Territory.
Cartier SA, a jeweler and watch manufacturer that is a subsidiary of Compagnie Financière Richemont SA
Cartier is a subway station in the Montreal area
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 Cartier, Rudolph
He was born Rudolph Katscher in Vienna, 1904, and studied to be an architect, before attending a classes given by Max Reinhardt which had an important impact upon him.
Cartier emigrated to Britain in 1935, but it was not until 1952 that he began work as a BBC Television Drama director.
In effect Barry is judging Cartier by the model of the small-scale "intimate style" espoused by many critics and television producers of the time--for them television plays should be small with few characters, and nice close shots, "Max playing the piano with his wife beside him".
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/C/htmlC/cartierrudo/cartierrudo.htm   (1380 words)

 Rudolph Cartier
Cartier then embarked on a promising scriptwriting career in Berlin, working with Emeric Pressburger and Billy Wilder, but like his colleagues, was forced to leave Germany by the rise of Nazism, and arrived in Britain in 1935.
On their first meeting, Cartier said he thought the current standard of plays being televised was terrible, and that the whole approach towards the medium was wrong, with too much emphasis on adaptations of West End plays and the familiar classics.
Cartier chose to produce much European literature, such as Satre's The Respectful Prostitute, with Andre Morell and Lee Grant, and Alexandre Dumas' The Lady of the Camellias, with Billie Whitelaw and John Le Mesurier (both 1964, Festival), while his own origins were reflected in the number of German adaptations, which he often translated himself.
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RUDOLPH H. Rudolph H. Cartier, Jr., the founding partner, is a former officer of Hempstead Bank.
Cartier maintained a general practice for seven years, while also serving as a Professor of Business Administration at Suffolk County Community College before joining with the other partners to form the current firm.
Cartier has been active in both the Suffolk County and NYS Bar Associations and has been honored for his activities in the S.C.B.A. including Chairmanship of the County-Bar Association Fee Disputes Committee and the Suffolk County Martin Luther King, Jr.
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His original meeting with Michael involved Rudolph telling him that he thought that the emphasis on West End plays and classic adaptations, was the wrong approach to television.
Rudolph was one never to see television as something as expensive as cinema, and tackled large scale productions with relish.
The reason Rudolph stayed at the BBC was the fact that he was not wanting his work to suffer from commercialism.
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 Carrie Cartier — Denise Cartledge : ZoomInfo Business People Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
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 Cartier in Los Angeles, CA - AOL City Guide
In the 1920s Cartier expanded to the United States and opened boutiques in Beverly Hills and New York that have continued to dazzle window-shoppers and diamond-buyers alike.
Its halls are decorated with Hollywood memorabilia ranging from pictures of Rudolph Valentino and his favored tank watch to images of 'Sunset Boulevard''s Gloria Swanson and her signature rock crystal and diamond earrings.
Cartier Beverly Hills encompasses three levels complete with 800-pound Murano chandelier and a rooftop safari lounge equipped to handle parties of misbehaving Hollywood types.
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As a result, or perhaps simply because of Kneale and Cartier's effective combination of science fiction and poignant melodrama, audiences were captivated.
With a larger budget and better effects, Kneale and Cartier continued the professor's story with Quatermass II (1955), an effectively disturbing story of alien possession and governmental conspiracies prefiguring Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956).
Kneale and Cartier's third serial in the series, Quatermass and the Pit, combined the poetic horror of the first and the paranoia of the second.
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/Q/htmlQ/quartermass/quartermass.htm   (1076 words)

 DVD Times - The Quatermass Collection
But for Kneale and Cartier, their masterpiece was yet to come.
I particularly appreciated that it respects the ratio of the 4:3 clips, which are windowboxed instead of being cropped to fit the wider format, as is too often the case.
“Cartier and Kneale in Conversation” (11:36) is an extract from the BBC’s retrospective The Lime Grove Story from 1990, four year’s before Cartier’s death.
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 "Bring something back": the strange career of Professor Bernard Quatermass - Nigel Kneale's Quartermas serials - ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
He achieved this with the superb direction of producer Rudolph Cartier, a true pioneer who pushed the envelope of what could be achieved with limited resources.
Born in Austria in 1904, Cartier worked as a screenwriter and director in Berlin--alongside such figures as Billy Wilder and Emeric Pressburger--before fleeing Nazism in 1935.
Although minimalist by the standards set by other Cartier productions-including February 1953's It Is Midnight, Dr. Schweitzer, featuring complex African jungle sets--Cartier's direction electrified Kneale's three 1950s serials.
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 Rudolph Cartier   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
He first directed films in Berlin, Germany, just before the start of WWII and moved to London in 1935.
It wasn't long afterward that Cartier began his long affiliation with the BBC.
Cartier was named the best drama producer by the Guild of Television Producers and Directors in 1957.
www.djangomusic.com /actor_bio.asp?pid=P159043   (135 words)

 MTV Movies | Rudolph Cartier | Biography
Television and film director Rudolph Cartier spent most of his career working for the British Broadcasting System.
He was born in Vienna, Austria, and before moving to Great Britain, graduated from the Max Reinhardt master class of the Vienna Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.
See how he went from baby to bullet proof in the original Superman film.
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 BBC - BBC Four Cinema - 1984
Nigel Kneale (Quatermass, The Year of the Sex Olympics) wrote the script and Peter Cushing headed the cast.
Director Rudolph Cartier even stretched to commissioning an original score, which was conducted during the live transmission.
The live performance on Sunday 12 December 1954 scored the highest ratings since The Coronation.
www.bbc.co.uk /bbcfour/cinema/features/1984.shtml   (408 words)

 ROTTEN TOMATOES: Movie Reviews & Previews
Plot: A young woman plays flmail politics with a Parliament member to push through funding for a phony canal in Argentina.
Plot: Originally released on BBC-TV in the United Kingdom, director Rudolph Cartier's AN IDEAL HUSBAND is a play-on-film based on the story by Oscar Wilde.
Directed by: Rudolph Cartier Starring: Jeremy Brett, Susan Hampshire, et al.
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 Amazon.co.uk: The Quatermass Experiment [1953]: Video: Rudolph Cartier,Reginald Tate,Isabel Dean,Duncan Lamont,Hugh ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Amazon.co.uk: The Quatermass Experiment [1953]: Video: Rudolph Cartier,Reginald Tate,Isabel Dean,Duncan Lamont,Hugh Kelly,Moray Watson,W. Thorp Deverreux,Van Boolen,Iris Ballard,Eugene Leahy,Neil Wilson,Colyn Davies,Katie Johnson,Oliver Johnston,Paul Whitsun-Jones,Patrick Westwood,Dominic Le Foe,Nicholas Bruce,Pat McGrath (II),MacGregor Urquhart,Dennis Wyndham
Starring: Reginald Tate, Isabel Dean Director: Rudolph Cartier Classification:
Actors: Reginald Tate, Isabel Dean, Duncan Lamont, Hugh Kelly, Moray Watson, See more
www.amazon.co.uk /Quatermass-Experiment-Rudolph-Cartier/dp/B00008IAUX   (370 words)

 The Oscar Wilde Collection
Jeremy Brett, May McAvoy, Michael Redgrave, Hurd Hatfield, directed by Rudolph Cartier, Albert Lewin, Anthony Asquith, Ernst Lubitsch more »
A collection of films based on the works of Oscar Wilde.
Includes AN IDEAL HUSBAND (1969) directed by Rudolph Cartier; LADY WINDERMERE'S FAN (1925) directed by Ernst Lubitsch; THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST (1952) directed by Anthony Asquith; and THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY (1945, Color) directed by Albert Lewin.
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