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Ron Field (II) (1933–1989)

Ron Field was born in 1933 in New York City, New York, USA. He is known for his work on Pinocchio (1976), New York, New York (1977) and Once Upon a Mattress (1972). He died on February 6, 1989 in New York City. See full bio »

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Won 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 2 nominations. See more awards »

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 1984 The 36th Primetime Emmy Awards (TV Special) (choreographer)
 1980 Baryshnikov on Broadway (TV Movie documentary) (choreographer)
 1980 Goldie and Liza Together (TV Special) (choreographer)
 1978 The Sentry Collection Presents Ben Vereen: His Roots (TV Movie) (choreographer)
 1978 The Kraft 75th Anniversary Special (TV Special) (choreographer)
 1977 Bette Midler: Ol' Red Hair Is Back (TV Movie documentary) (choreographer)
 1977 Rolling Stone Magazine: The 10th Anniversary (TV Movie) (choreographer)
 1977 Once Upon a Brothers Grimm (TV Movie) (choreographer)
 1977 New York, New York (choreographer)
 1977 The Television Critics Circle Awards (TV Special) (choreographer)
 1976 The 28th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (TV Special) (choreographer)
 1976 Pinocchio (TV Movie) (choreographer)
 1976 The Bell Telephone Jubilee (TV Movie documentary) (choreographer)
 1976 The Entertainer (TV Movie) (choreographer)
 1972 The 44th Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) (choreographer)
 1966 The Hollywood Palace (TV Series) (choreographer - 1 episode)
- Episode #3.31 (1966) ... (choreographer)
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Other Works:

"King of Hearts," original musical; book by Joseph Stein; music by Peter Link; lyrics by Jacob Brackman; musical direction by Karen Gustafson; dance arrangements by Dorothee Freytag; music orchestrated by William David Brohn (as Bill Brohn); based upon an original screenplay by Philippe de Broca, Maurice Bessy, and Daniel ... See more »

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Won Broadway's Tony Award three times: in 1967, as Best Choreographer for "Cabaret;" and in 1970, as both Best Director (Musical) and Best Choreographer for "Applause." He was also nominated as Best Choreographer in 1969 for "Zorba" and in 1987 for "Rags."

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