Something to Live For1952

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Something to Live For
Directed by:
George Stevens

Starring Joan Fontaine, Ray Milland, Teresa Wright, Richard Derr, Douglas Dick and Herbert Heyes, "Something to Live For" is a Drama film directed by George Stevens, released in the USA on March 07 of 1952.

Who is the director of "Something to Live For":

Something to Live For was directed by George Stevens, an American director, producer, cinematographer, actor, and writer.

Before directing Something to Live For, George Stevens had directed A Place in the Sun, released in 1951, I Remember Mama (1948), On Our Merry Way (1948), The Talk of the Town (1942), Woman of the Year (1942), and Vigil in the Night (1940). Since, he directed Shane, released in 1953, Giant (1956), The Diary of Anne Frank (1959), The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965), The Only Game in Town (1970).

When was "Something to Live For" released:

Something to Live For was first released on Friday, March 07, 1952, in the United States.. This was sixty-seven (67) years ago.

It has been released on Saturday, October 08, 1983 in Germany and on Thursday, February 05, 1953 in Japan.

What is the casting of "Something to Live For":

At the casting of Something to Live For we find Joan Fontaine, previously seen in Darling, How Could You! (1951) and Born to Be Bad (1950); Ray Milland (Close to My Heart (1951), A Life of Her Own (1950)); Teresa Wright (The Capture (1950), Enchantment (1948)) [ more... ]

  • Harry Bellaver and Joan Fontaine have both also be seen in Serenade, released in 1956.
  • Herbert Heyes and Ray Milland can be seen in Let's Do It Again, released in 1953.

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