"Paprika". Milano: Sugar (Italian translation by Lia Volpatti from the French edition published by André Martel).
3 Biographical Movies |
7 Print Biographies |
2 Portrayals |
1 Interview |
28 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
4 Magazine Cover Photos |
Erich Stroheim | Count E. Von Stroheim | Erich Von Stroheim | Eric Von Stroheim | Count von Stroheim | Eric O.H. von Stroheim | Eric von Stroheim | Karl von Stroheim
5' 6¼" (1.68 m)
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If you live in France and you have written one good book, or painted one good picture, or directed one outstanding film, 50 years ago, and nothing ever since, you are still recognized as an artist and honored accordingly ... In Hollywood - in Hollywood, you're as good as your last picture. If you didn't have one in production in the last three months, you're forgotten, no matter what you have ...
Althugh he claimed to have broken two ribs when he fell from a roof in The Birth of a Nation
(1915), there is some question as to whether he actually worked on that film at all. Joseph Henabery
, one of the picture's assistant directors, says that von Stroheim didn't work for director D.W. Griffith
until more than a year after this film was shot.
Juxtapositions of scared and profane imagery in films he directed.
The Man You Love to Hate