"Zardoz" (noveloization of his film Zardoz
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Did You Know?
Paul Henreid told me about Michael Curtiz
(1942). Curtiz suddenly decided he needed a poodle for a scene. The prop man and assistant directors ran in all directions, searching and making calls. Meanwhile Curtiz and Bogart played chess. Eventually, an animal wrangler arrived with a selection of poodles for the director to choose from. "Not a poodle!", he screamed. "A 'poodel'! ...
It was reported in 1968 that he was going to direct a film of "Rosenkrantz and Guilderstern are dead".
Usually has a shot in his movies of a hand emerging from a body of water holding a weapon.