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Vincent Sherman (1906–2006)


Vincent Sherman was born on July 16, 1906 in Vienna, Georgia, USA as Abraham Orovitz. He was a director and actor, known for Mr. Skeffington (1944), The Young Philadelphians (1959) and Adventures of Don Juan (1948). He was married to Hedda Comoro. He died on June 18, 2006 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Mr. Skeffington
Mr. Skeffington Director
(1944)
The Young Philadelphians
(1959)
Adventures of Don Juan
(1948)
The Hasty Heart
The Hasty Heart Director
(1949)

Filmography

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 1981-1983 Trapper John, M.D. (TV Series) (3 episodes)
- Mother Load (1983)
- Future Imperfect (1981)
 1983 Savage in the Orient (TV Movie)
 1980 Trouble in High Timber Country (TV Movie)
 1980 Hagen (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Hear No Evil (1980)
 1980 Bogie (TV Movie)
 1980 The Dream Merchants (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Episode #1.2 (1980)
- Episode #1.1 (1980)
 1979 Women at West Point (TV Movie)
 1978 Lady of the House (TV Movie)
 1977 The Last Hurrah (TV Movie)
 1977 Westside Medical (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1976 Baretta (TV Series) (4 episodes)
- Street Edition (1976)
- Aggie (1976)
- The Blood Bond (1976)
 1976 Executive Suite (TV Series) (3 episodes)
 1969-1976 Medical Center (TV Series) (25 episodes)
- Major Annie, MD (1976)
- Street Girl (1975)
 1975 Doctors' Hospital (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1975 The Family Holvak (TV Series)
 1972-1973 The Waltons (TV Series) (4 episodes)
- The Deed (1973)
- The Actress (1973)
- The Ceremony (1972)
- The Foundling (1972)
 1971 Alias Smith and Jones (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1971 Green Acres (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1969 The Bold Ones: The Lawyers (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1967 Young Rebel
 1965-1966 The Long, Hot Summer (TV Series) (7 episodes)
- Blaze of Glory (1966)
- Nor Hell a Fury (1965)
- Bitter Harvest (1965)
 1965 Vacation Playhouse (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1965 Sally and Sam (TV Short)
 1960 Ice Palace
 1959 77 Sunset Strip (TV Series) (1 episode)
- The Fifth Stair (1959)
 1959 The Hanging Tree (only on 30 July 1958, uncredited)
 1956 Defend My Love (uncredited)
 1952 Lone Star
 1950 Harriet Craig
 1950 Backfire
 1947 Nora Prentiss
 1944 In Our Time
 1943 The Present with a Future (Short)
 1943 The Hard Way
 1942 Across the Pacific (final scenes, uncredited)
 1941 Underground
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Other Works:

Story: "Gantry the Great" (filmed as Pride of the Blue Grass (1939)) See more »

Publicity Listings:

1 Print Biography | 1 Portrayal | 4 Articles | See more »

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Personal Quote:

[on Joan Crawford and the book "Mommie Dearest"] Christina [Crawford's daughter, Christina Crawford] hurt her mother's image a lot, but at least not while Joan was still alive. Bette Davis wasn't so fortunate, or maybe I should say she was more fortunate. She had to endure the hurt, but anyway she was there to defend herself and to go on the offensive. I think I knew Joan as well as anyone ever ... See more »

Trivia:

He became known as a "woman's director" (a title he hated), because he could evoke powerful performances from female stars. He would counter this by pointing out that he also directed Errol Flynn, Humphrey Bogart, Richard Burton and Paul Newman. See more »

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