Sidney D. Kirkpatrick's _A Cast of Killers,_ a fascinating read for crime and film buffs, was based on material found buried in Vidor's garage after he died.
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Nicholas Ridov | Nicholas Rodiv | King W. Vidor
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Did You Know?
In Hollywood, the cameraman light the star. In Europe, he lights the set.
Vidor was one of the most important directors to work at MGM during its heyday, under contract 1923-1930, and 1938-1944 (in between, a spell at Paramount, 1935-1936). After he left the studio, he directed one of his best films, the epic western Duel in the Sun
(1946) for Selznick, then was briefly under contract at Warner Brothers, 1949-50.