Samuel Goldwyn Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Samuel Goldwyn

This Biography is about one of the best Film Producer Samuel Goldwyn including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Samuel Goldwyn
Real Name Samuel Goldwyn
Profession T V & Movie Producers
Nick Name Schmuel Gelbfisz, Mister Malaprop, Samuel Goldfish, Shmuel Gelbfisz, Szmuel Gelbfisz, Szmul Gelbfisz
Famous as Film Producer
Nationality American
Religion Judaism
Personal Life of Samuel Goldwyn
Born on 17 August 1879
Birthday 17th August
Died At Age 94
Sun Sign Leo
Born in Warsaw
Died on 31 January 1974
Place of death Los Angeles
Family Background of Samuel Goldwyn
Father Aaron David Gelbfisz
Mother Hannah Reban
Siblings Ben Gelbfisz, Manya Gelbfisz
Spouses/Partners Blanche Lasky, Frances Howard
Children Samuel Goldwyn, Jr., Ruth Capps
Founder/Co-Founder Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Goldwyn Pictures, Samuel Goldwyn Productions
Awards Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award – 1947 Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award – 1958 Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille Award – 1973

Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture Musical or Comedy – 1960-1956 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety-Music Events Programming – 1988

Personal Fact of Samuel Goldwyn

Samuel Goldwyn was one of the leading film producers of America. Starting his career as a salesman in a glove making company he rose to become one of the most well-known names in the history of Hollywood. The company he established along with Jesse L. Lasky and Cecil B. DeMille produced the first feature length film. Later he moved on to lay the groundwork for two well-known production houses; the Paramount and the MGM. However, Goldwyn was not very comfortable in working with others.

That is why he decided to become an independent producer and established Samuel Goldwyn Productions. It was a production only unit, which released many successful films in its 36 years of existence and Samuel Goldwyn was its sole proprietor. He had a penchant for perfection and knew what he wanted.

Consequently, he often bullied his co workers into rewriting, re-cutting or even re-casting the films. Moreover, he had an eye for spotting talents and had worked with many well-known names in the Hollywood film industry. Many of his films are remembered still today.

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