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Daniel Taradash (I) (1913–2003)

Daniel Taradash was born on January 29, 1913 in Louisville, Kentucky, USA as Daniel Irwin Taradash. He was a writer, known for From Here to Eternity (1953), Picnic (1955) and Bell Book and Candle (1958). He was married to Madeleine Forbes. He died on February 22, 2003 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Won 1 Oscar. Another 5 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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 1980 Bogie (TV Movie)
 1979 From Here to Eternity (TV Mini-Series) (1953 screenplay)
 1971 Doctors' Wives (screenplay)
 1969 Castle Keep (screenplay)
 1968 The 40th Annual Academy Awards (TV Special)
 1966 Hawaii (screenplay)
 1966 Alvarez Kelly (uncredited)
 1965 Morituri (screenplay)
 1958 Bell Book and Candle (screenplay)
 1956 Storm Center (story and screenplay)
 1955 Picnic (screenplay)
 1954 Désirée
 1953 From Here to Eternity (screen play)
 1952 Don't Bother to Knock (screenplay)
 1952 Rancho Notorious (screenplay)
 1949 Knock on Any Door (screenplay)
 1948 The Noose Hangs High (story - as Daniel Tradash)
 1940 A Little Bit of Heaven (screenplay)
 1939 Golden Boy (screenplay)
 1939 For Love or Money (original story)
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It was Daniel Taradash, then president of AMPAS, who introduced Charles Chaplin at the 44th Annual Academy Awards in 1972 and presented him with the honorary Oscar, which resulted in the longest standing ovation in Academy Award history. See more »

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