Otto Preminger

Biography

Otto Ludwig Preminger (5 December 1905 – 23 April 1986) was an Austro–Hungarian-American theatre and film director.

After moving from the theatre to Hollywood, he directed over 35 feature films in a five-decade career. He rose to prominence for stylish film noir mysteries such as Laura...

35 titles Directing Acting

6.1

The Human Factor

1979 · Director

5.1

Rosebud

1975 · Director

6.2

Such Good Friends

1971 · Director

4.9

Skidoo

1968 · Director

5.7

Hurry Sundown

1967 · Director

7.3

In Harm's Way

1965 · Director

7.3

Bunny Lake Is Missing

1965 · Director

6.7

The Cardinal

1963 · Director

7.8

Advise & Consent

1962 · Director

6.8

Exodus

1960 · Director

8.1

Anatomy of a Murder

1959 · Director

7.3

Porgy and Bess

1959 · Director

6.9

Bonjour Tristesse

1958 · Director

6.4

Saint Joan

1957 · Director

7.5

The Man with the Golden Arm

1955 · Director

6.7

River of No Return

1954 · Director

6.9

Carmen Jones

1954 · Director

6.8

The Moon Is Blue

1953 · Director

6.2

The Girl on The Roof Die Jungfrau auf dem Dach

1953 · Director

7.3

Angel Face

1953 · Director

6.5

The 13th Letter

1951 · Director

7.6

Where the Sidewalk Ends

1950 · Director

6.6

The Fan

1949 · Director

6.9

Whirlpool

1949 · Director

5.9

That Lady in Ermine

1948 · Director

6.8

Daisy Kenyon

1947 · Director

6.7

Forever Amber

1947 · Director

6.5

Centennial Summer

1946 · Director

7.2

Fallen Angel

1945 · Director

6.8

A Royal Scandal

1945 · Director

8.1

Laura

1944 · Director

5.6

In the Meantime, Darling

1944 · Director

5.9

Margin for Error

1943 · Director

6.4

Danger - Love at Work

1937 · Director

Nancy Steele Is Missing!

1937 · Director

6.7

Under Your Spell

1936 · Director

6.1

The Great Love Die große Liebe

1931 · Director

5 titles Directing Acting

6.8

The Hobbit

1977 · Elvenking

8.0

Stalag 17

1953 · Oberst von Scherbach

6.8

They Got Me Covered

1943 · Fauscheim

5.9

Margin for Error

1943 · Karl Baumer

7.2

The Pied Piper

1942 · Maj. Diessen