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Harold Clurman (1901–1980)

Harold Clurman was born on September 18, 1901 in New York City, New York, USA. He was a director, known for Deadline at Dawn (1946), The Group Theater, 1931-1940 (1967) and All My Sons (1948). He was married to Juleen Compton and Stella Adler. He died on September 9, 1980 in New York City. See full bio »

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Known For

Deadline at Dawn
Deadline at Dawn Director
(1946)
All My Sons
All My Sons Miscellaneous Crew
(1948)
Play of the Week
Play of the Week Director
(1960)

Filmography

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 1960 Play of the Week (TV Series) (1 episode)
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 1948 All My Sons (produced on the stage by)
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 2012 All Things Shining (inspirational thanks)
 2011 Kobresia: Fragments (Short) (inspirational thanks)
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 1989 American Masters (TV Series documentary)
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- Harold Clurman: A Life of Theatre (1989) ... Himself
 1963-1967 Camera Three (TV Series)
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- Group Theater (1967) ... Himself
 1967 The Group Theater, 1931-1940 (TV Movie)
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Other Works:

Stage: Directed "The Autumn Garden" on Broadway. Written by Lillian Hellman. Scenic Design / Lighting Design by Howard Bay. Coronet Theatre: 7 Mar 1951-2 Jun 1951 (101 performances). Cast: Florence Eldridge, Ethel Griffies (as "Mrs. Mary Ellis"), Fredric March (as "Nicholas Denery"), Kent Smith (as "Edward Crossman"), Jane Wyatt (as "... See more »

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2 Print Biographies | 2 Portrayals | 6 Articles | See more »
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His papers are on deposit at the Billy Rose Theatre Collection at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. The Clurman papers contain notebooks and journals, director's annotated scripts, manuscript drafts and annotated typescripts of Clurman's books, and photograph scrapbooks documenting his career as a director, writer and critic. The materials span from 1935 through 1978 and give an... See more »

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