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CONVERSATIONS WITH THE GREAT MOVIEMAKERS OF HOLLYWOODS GOLDEN AGE BOOK SIGNING
Author George Stevens Jr. signs copies of his book 'Conversations with the Great Moviemakers of Hollywood's Golden Age' following a screening of 'Some Like It Hot' held at the Arclight Cinemas in Hollywood, California on March 22, 2006 . (UPI Photo/ Phil McCarten)
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George Stevens (December 18, 1904 – March 8, 1975) was an American film director, producer, screenwriter and cinematographer.

Among his most notable films were Diary of Anne Frank (1959), nominated for Best Director, Giant (1956), winner of Oscar for Best Director, Shane (1953), Oscar nominated, and A Place in the Sun (1951), winner of Oscar for Best Director.

Born in Oakland, California, Stevens broke into the movie business as a cameraman, working on many Laurel and Hardy shorts. His first feature film was The Cohens and Kellys in Trouble in 1933.

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