Spielberg has won three Academy Awards -- two for directing "Schindler's List" (1993) and "Saving Private Ryan" (1998), and one for producing "Schindler's List," which was a Best Picture winner.
Here is a link to a very complete list of productions that Steven Spielberg was involved with.
Pale RiderBronco Billy
The Outlaw Josey Wales
High Plains Drifter
Two Mules for Sister Sara
Paint Your WagonCoogan's Bluff
Hang 'Em High
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
For a Few Dollars More
Rawhide (TV series)
A Fistful of Dollars
Maverick (TV series)
Ambush at Cimarron Pass
Tim Burton is still alive
Ron Howard is quoted in Tim Delaney's Simpsonology(2008), "It's the only town in America that'll let me fish with dynamite." This is a line by guest voice Howard playing Ron Howard in The Simpsons episode #208, "When You Dish Upon A Star."
Lucas was born in Modesto, California,(1913-1991).
His experiences growing up in the sleepy Central Town of Modesto and his early passion for cars and motor racing would eventually serve as inspiration for his Oscar-nominated low-budget phenomenon, American Graffiti. Before young Lucas became obsessed with the movie camera, he wanted to be a race car driver, and he spent most of his high school years racing on the underground circuit at fairgrounds and hanging out at garages. However, a near-fatal accident in his souped-up Autobianci Bianchina on June 12, 1962, just days before his high school graduation, quickly changed his mind. Instead of racing, he attended community college and later got accepted into a junior college to study anthropology. While taking liberal arts courses, he developed a passion for cinematography and camera tricks.
"I wouldn't want to be apart of any club that has ME for a member"
Actually, that's a quote from Groucho Marx.
Woody Allen has a few memorable ones including: "80% of success is showing up." and "I don't want to achieve immortality through my work; I want to achieve immortality through not dying."
Steven Spielberg move to California with his father around 1965 after his parents divorce.
John Wayne and director John Ford teamed up on 21 films
No. He is a lifelong non-smoker offscreen.
Tim Burton had nothing to do with the movie Coraline. The director of The Nightmare Before Christmas also directed Coraline, but Tim Burton did not direct The Nightmare Before Christmas; he simply produced it.
Ridley Scott is British, so he would not be part of American politics. Do you mean conservative?
You'll only get subjective answers for this, but here's mine... "Do The Right Thing" - a genuine classic...
Backdraft (1991), about Chicago firemen, was directed by Ron Howard.
Hitchcock had many signatures in his films.
A good deal of his films feature a male lead who was either framed or just in the wrong place at the wrong time, and essentially become the wrong man on the run. These plots would force him to run after the leads which put him in the predicament in the first place, often times having to reassert his identity. These stories would often lead to suspenseful climaxes either at or on top of famous national landmarks. North By Northwest and Saboteur are excellent examples, and even The Wrong Man exemplifies this convention in its title.
His films were almost always of the first person perspective and exemplified his yearning to place the audience as the voyeur.
A cool, elegant blonde was a typical female lead that would become a romantic interest for the male.
If a landmark is not a key part of the film, some sort of audible cue is. The 39 Steps and both versions of The Man Who Knew Too Much had a central audible cue involved.
Of course, many of these intriguing narratives were fueled by international spy anxieties, augmented by the Cold War.
Hitchcock would also litter his films with black humor, or gags which are of morbid taste.
Motherhood is also a theme in his films, Psycho of course features the most twisted version of this signature theme.
Lastly, Hitchcock made a cameo appearance in nearly all of his films. Sometimes these appearances were easy to spot and others more difficult. Late in his career, he put these cameos earlier in the film to not distract his audience.
The 2009 Oscar Award for Best animated Short was
La Maison En Petits Cubes
The part with Dwight(Clive Owen) and Jackie Boy(Benicio Del Toro) in the car on the way to the Tar Pits
The last filmed played by Mr. Eastwood was Gran Torino distributed in 2008. Fantastic movie worth seeing.
No, Luke Skywalker was played by Mark Hamill.
Karen Moncrieff directed the 2002 movie Blue Car. The movie was produced by Peer J. Opennheimer, Amy Sommer and David Waters. The music was by Adam Gorgoni.
The 1981 movie "Raiders of the Lost Ark" was directed by Steven Spielberg and co-written by George Lucas.