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Alfred Hitchcock, Luis Buñuel, Billy Wilder, George Cukor, Jean-Claude Carrière, Robert Mulligan, George Stevens, Robert Wise, and William WylerJames Cagney, Billy Wilder, and Arlene Francis in One, Two, Three (1961)Billy Wilder, Robert Garrison, and Eddie Polo in Hell of a Reporter (1929)Billy Wilder in Portrait of a '60% Perfect Man': Billy Wilder (1982)Billy Wilder in Sunset Blvd. (1950)Billy Wilder, Charles Brackett, and Gloria SwansonBilly Wilder and Charles Brackett"The 33rd Annual Academy Awards" Elizabeth Taylor, Billy WilderDirectors George Stevens and Billy WilderBilly Wilder circa 1955"Irma la Douce" Fred Zinnemann, Billy Wilder 1963 United Artists"Irma la Douce" Director Billy Wilder 1963 United ArtistsDirectors Group Party, 11/20/72 (Front) Billy Wilder, George Stevens, Luis Bunuel, Alfred Hitchcock, and Rouben Mamoulin (Back) Robert Mulligan, Wiliam Wyler, George Cukor, Robert Wise, Jean-Claude Carriere, and Serge Silverman.Directors Group Party, 11/20/72 (Front) Billy Wilder, George Stevens, Luis Bunuel, Alfred Hitchcock, and Rouben Mamoulin (Back) Robert Mulligan, Wiliam Wyler, George Cukor, Robert Wise, Jean-Claude Carriere, and Serge Silverman.Directors Group, Nov. 1972. George Cukor Hosts a party for Luis Bunuel. Back Row from left: Robert Mulligan, William Wyler, George Cukor, Robert Wise, Jean-Claude Carriere, and Serge Silverman. Front Row from left: Billy Wilder, George Stevens, Luis Bunuel, Alfred Hitchcock, and Rouben Mamoulin.Directors Group, Nov.1972. George Cukor Hosts a party for Luis Bunuel. Back Row from left: Robert Mulligan, William Wyler, George Cukor, Robert Wise, Jean-Claude Carriere, and Serge Silverman. Front Row from left: Billy Wilder, George Stevens, Luis Bunuel, Alfred Hitchcock, and Rouben Mamoulin.Directors Group, Nov. 1972. George Cukor Hosts a party for Luis Bunuel. Back Row from left: Robert Mulligan, William Wyler, George Cukor, Robert Wise, Jean-Claude Carriere, and Serge Silverman. Front Row from left: Billy Wilder, George Stevens, Luis Bunuel, Alfred Hitchcock, and Rouben Mamoulin.Billy Wilder, c. 1960Billy Wilder, 1946Billy Wilder, 1946Marilyn Monroe, Billy Wilder, Marshall Schlom, and Felix Trimboli in The Seven Year Itch (1955)Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, Billy Wilder, and Charles Lang in Some Like It Hot (1959)Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, and Billy Wilder in Some Like It Hot (1959)Marlene Dietrich and Billy Wilder in A Foreign Affair (1948)Marlene Dietrich and Billy Wilder in A Foreign Affair (1948)Billy Wilder and I.A.L. DiamondBilly Wilder and I.A.L. DiamondBilly Wilder and Charles BrackettBilly Wilder in Some Like It Hot (1959)Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, and Billy Wilder in Some Like It Hot (1959)Jack Lemmon, Shirley MacLaine, and Billy Wilder in The Apartment (1960)Shirley MacLaine and Billy Wilder in The Apartment (1960)Jack Lemmon, Shirley MacLaine, and Billy Wilder in The Apartment (1960)Jack Lemmon, Shirley MacLaine, and Billy Wilder in The Apartment (1960)Jack Lemmon, Shirley MacLaine, and Billy Wilder in The Apartment (1960)Billy Wilder and Ginger Rogers in The Major and the Minor (1942)Jack Lemmon and Billy Wilder in The Apartment (1960)Shirley MacLaine and Billy Wilder in The Apartment (1960)Billy Wilder, director, on the set of "The Front Page," 1974. Vintage silver gelatin, 9x14, signed. $800 © 1978 Bill Avery MPTV"Buddy Buddy" Jack Lemmon, Billy Wilder, Walter Matthau 1981 MGM/UA / MPTV"The Front Page" Director Billy Wilder"Front Page, The" Dir. Billy Wilder and Walter Matthau on the set 1974 UI"Front Page, The" Walter Matthau, Dir. Billy Wilder, Jack Lemmon, Susan Sarandon 1974 UI"Front Page, The" Director Billy Wilder 1974 UI"Front Page, The" Director Billy Wilder 1974 UI"Front Page, The" Director Billy Wilder and Cast 1974 UI"Front Page, The" Director Billy Wilder and Carol Burnett 1974 UI"Front Page, The" Walter Matthau, Jack Lemmon, Dir. Billy Wilder 1974 UI
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Biography

Originally planning to become a lawyer, Billy Wilder abandoned that career in favor of working as a reporter for a Viennese newspaper, using this experience to move to Berlin, where he worked for the city's largest tabloid. He broke into films as a screenwriter in 1929 and wrote scripts for many German films until Adolf Hitler came to power in ... See full bio »
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