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Vincent Korda (1897–1979)

Hungarian born Vincent Korda came to Britain in the 1930s with his brothers Alexander Korda and Zoltan Korda. Vincent became a distinguished Art Director and Production Designer. Among his best works are Things to Come (1936), The Thief of Bagdad (1940) and The Longest Day (1962). See full bio »


(age 81) in London, England, UK

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Won 1 Oscar. Another 3 nominations. See more awards »

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The Third Man
The Third Man Art Department
The Longest Day
The Longest Day Art Director
The Fallen Idol
The Fallen Idol Art Department
To Be or Not to Be
To Be or Not to Be Production Designer


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 1964 The Yellow Rolls-Royce (art director: European sequence)
 1952 The Holly and the Ivy (set designer)
 1952 Breaking the Sound Barrier (set designer)
 1952 Murder on Monday (set designer)
 1951 Outcast of the Islands (set designer)
 1949 The Third Man (sets designed by)
 1948 The Fallen Idol (set designer)
 1947 An Ideal Husband (set designer)
 1939 The Four Feathers (settings designer: in colour)
 1939 The Spy in Black (supervising art director)
 1939 Over the Moon (settings)
 1938 Prison Without Bars (supervising art director)
 1938 Drums (settings designer: in colour)
 1937 Murder on Diamond Row (set designer)
 1936 Men Are Not Gods (settings designed by)
 1936 Rembrandt (settings designer)
 1936 The Man Who Could Work Miracles (settings designer)
 1936 Things to Come (settings designer)
 1935 The Ghost Goes West (set designer)
 1934 The Scarlet Pimpernel (settings)
 1934 The Private Life of Don Juan (settings)
 1933 The Private Life of Henry VIII. (settings designer)
 1932 Men of Tomorrow (settings)
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