Four Twelves Are 48. Comedy. Written by Joseph Kesselring
. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Otto Preminger
. 48th Street Theatre: 17 Jan 1951- 18 Jan 1951 (2 performances). Cast: Pat Crowley (as "Dorothy Bawke"), Royal Dano
(as "Joe Hungry Horse"), Ludwig Donath (as "Anton"), Jane Du Frayne (as "Philippa Bawke"), ...
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Otto Ludwig Preminger
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Did You Know?
[after the disastrous failure of Skidoo
(1968))] I don't think many people adore it. Except my wife, who adores all my pictures, because that's what you get married for.
During the filming of Saint Joan
(1957), Jean Seberg
(playing Joan of Arc) was about to be burned at the stake. To the horror of the cast and crew, the pile of wood below her actually caught fire. Despite cries and screams of horror, Preminger would not allow the flames extinguished until he had filmed the scene (from "Played Out: The Jean Seberg Story" by David Richards).
Known for his boundary-pushing characters and storylines, which frequently courted controversy upon release
Otto the Ogre