Charles Vidor

Biography

Charles Vidor (July 27, 1900 – June 4, 1959) was a film director.

Born Károly Vidor to a Jewish family in Budapest, Hungary, he served in the Hungarian Army during World War I. He first came to prominence during the final years of the silent film era.

Among his film success...

25 titles Directing Writing

6.0

Song Without End

1960 · Director

5.9

A Farewell to Arms

1957 · Director

7.1

The Joker Is Wild

1957 · Director

6.5

The Swan

1956 · Director

7.2

Love Me or Leave Me

1955 · Director

6.3

Rhapsody

1954 · Director

6.5

Thunder in the East

1952 · Director

6.9

Hans Christian Andersen

1952 · Director

6.1

It's a Big Country

1951 · Director

6.3

The Loves of Carmen

1948 · Director

7.7

Gilda

1946 · Director

6.8

A Song to Remember

1945 · Director

6.5

Over 21

1945 · Director

6.9

Together Again

1944 · Director

6.9

Cover Girl

1944 · Director

6.5

The Desperadoes

1943 · Director

6.0

The Tuttles of Tahiti

1942 · Director

7.1

Ladies in Retirement

1941 · Director

6.8

New York Town

1941 · Director

6.5

My Son, My Son!

1940 · Director

6.5

The Lady in Question

1940 · Director

7.6

Those High Grey Walls

1939 · Director

6.4

Blind Alley

1939 · Director

6.4

Romance of the Redwoods

1939 · Director

7.0

A Doctor's Diary

1937 · Director

6.4

The Great Gambini

1937 · Director

She's No Lady

1937 · Director

5.8

Muss 'em Up

1936 · Director

6.8

The Arizonian

1935 · Director

5.6

His Family Tree

1935 · Director

5.8

Strangers All

1935 · Director

6.7

Double Door

1934 · Director

5.8

Sensation Hunters

1933 · Director

6.4

The Mask of Fu Manchu

1932 · Director

1 titles Directing Writing

6.7

Me and My Gal

1932 · Writer