Joseph L. Mankiewicz

Writer · Producer · Director
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Joseph Leo Mankiewicz was an American film director, screenwriter, and producer. Mankiewicz had a long Hollywood career, and won consecutive Oscars for both Best Director and Best Writing, Screenplay for A Letter to Three Wives (1949) and All About Eve (1950), the latter of which was nominated for 14 Academy Awards and won six.

Joseph Leo Mankiewicz was an American film director, screenwriter, and producer. Mankiewicz had a long Hollywood career, and won consecutive Oscars for both Best Director and Best Writing, Screenplay for A Letter to Three Wives (1949) and All About Eve (1950), the latter of which was nominated for 14 Academy Awards and won six.

Birth Name

Joseph Leo Mankiewicz

Born

Thursday, 11 February 1909

Died

Friday, 05 February 1993

Actor Filmography

(see additional filmography)

Actor Filmography

The Movies Self 2019
I Am Not Your Negro Self 2016
Cecil B. DeMille: American Epic Self - Interviewee 2004
Cleopatra: The Film That Changed Hollywood Self 2001
20th Century-Fox: The First 50 Years Self 1997
E! True Hollywood Story Himself - Interviewee (archive footage) 1996
The 66th Annual Academy Awards Self - Memorial Tribute 1994
Preminger: Anatomy of a Filmmaker Self 1991
Biography Self 1987
The Spencer Tracy Legacy: A Tribute by Katharine Hepburn Himself / Self 1986
W.C. Fields: Straight Up Self - Screenwriter 1986
George Stevens: A Filmmaker's Journey Self 1985
Arena Self 1975
The David Frost Show Self 1969
Howard K. Smith Himself - Guest 1962
The Jack Paar Tonight Show Himself (as Joe Mankiewicz) 1957
What's My Line? Himself - Guest Panelist, Himself - Mystery Guest 1950
Woman Trap Reporter (as Joseph Mankiewicz) / Newspaper Reporter 1929

Director Filmography

Producer Filmography

1973OscarBest Director Nominated
1965EmmyOutstanding Program Achievements in Entertainment Nominated
1964Golden GlobeBest Director Nominated
1955OscarBest Writing, Story and Screenplay Nominated
1953OscarBest Director Nominated
1951OscarBest Director Won
1951OscarBest Writing, Screenplay Won
1951Golden GlobeBest Director Nominated
1951Golden GlobeBest Screenplay Won
1951OscarBest Writing, Story and Screenplay Nominated
1950OscarBest Director Won
1950OscarBest Writing, Screenplay Won
1941OscarBest Picture Nominated
1931OscarBest Writing, Adaptation Nominated
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