Philip Dunne

Writer, Director, Producer

Writer, Director, Producer


Philip Dunne was born on February 11, 1908 in New York City, New York, USA. He was a writer and director, known for Ten North Frederick (1958), The Last of the Mohicans (1992) and David and Bathsheba (1951). He was married to Amanda Duff. He died on June 2, 1992 in Malibu, California, USA.
Birth date
1908-02-11
Death date
1992-06-02
Awards
Nominated for 2 Oscars. Another 4 wins & 2 nominations.

Known For


Ten North Frederick
Ten North Frederick
Writer (1958)
David and Bathsheba
David and Bathsheba
Writer (1951)
Pinky
Pinky
Writer (1949)
 

Activities


RoleTitleYear
WriterThe Last of the Mohicans
(1936 screenplay)
1992
WriterBlindfold
(screenplay)
1965
WriterThe Agony and the Ecstasy
(screen story and screenplay)
1965
WriterForbid Them Not
(narration)
1961
WriterBlue Denim
(screenplay)
1959
WriterTen North Frederick
(screenplay)
1958
WriterThree Brave Men
(written by)
1956
WriterHilda Crane
(screenplay based on stage play)
1956
WriterThe View from Pompey's Head1955
WriterThe Egyptian
(screen play)
1954
WriterDemetrius and the Gladiators
(written by)
1954
WriterThe Robe
(screenplay)
1953
WriterWay of a Gaucho
(screenplay)
1952
WriterO. Henry's Full House
(screenplay - segment "The Gift of the Magi", uncredited)
1952
WriterLydia Bailey
(screenplay)
1952
WriterAnne of the Indies
(screenplay)
1951
WriterDavid and Bathsheba
(written for the screen by)
1951
WriterPinky
(screenplay)
1949
WriterThat Wonderful Urge
(contract writer - uncredited)
1948
WriterThe Luck of the Irish
(writer)
1948
WriterEscape
(screenplay)
1948
WriterForever Amber
(screenplay)
1947
WriterKiss of Death
(additional scenes - uncredited)
1947
WriterThe Ghost and Mrs. Muir
(screen play)
1947
WriterThe Late George Apley
(screen play)
1947
WriterSalute to France
(Short) (screenplay)
1944
WriterSon of Fury: The Story of Benjamin Blake
(screenplay)
1942
WriterHow Green Was My Valley
(screen play)
1941
WriterJohnny Apollo
(screen play)
1940
WriterSwanee River
(screenplay)
1939
WriterThe Rains Came
(screen play)
1939
WriterStanley and Livingstone
(screen play)
1939
WriterSuez
(screenplay)
1938
WriterLancer Spy
(screenplay)
1937
WriterBreezing Home
(story: I Hate Horses)
1937
WriterThe Last of the Mohicans
(screen play)
1936
WriterKing of Burlesque
(contributing writer - uncredited)
1936
WriterMagnificent Obsession
(contributing writer - uncredited)
1935
WriterThe Melody Lingers On
(screenplay)
1935
WriterUnder Pressure
(revisions - uncredited)
1935
WriterHelldorado1935
WriterStudent Tour
(screen play)
1934
WriterThe Count of Monte Cristo
(dialogue) / (screenplay)
1934
WriterMe and My Gal
(uncredited)
1932
RoleTitleYear
DirectorBlindfold1965
DirectorLisa1962
DirectorWild in the Country1961
DirectorBlue Denim1959
DirectorIn Love and War1958
DirectorTen North Frederick1958
DirectorThree Brave Men1956
DirectorHilda Crane1956
DirectorThe View from Pompey's Head1955
DirectorPrince of Players1955
RoleTitleYear
ProducerThe View from Pompey's Head
(producer)
1955
ProducerPrince of Players
(producer)
1955
ProducerWay of a Gaucho
(producer)
1952
ProducerThe Town
(Short) (producer)
1944
RoleTitleYear
Production managerHymn of the Nations
(Short documentary) (in charge of production)
1944
RoleTitleYear
SoundtrackWay of a Gaucho
(lyrics: "La Huella, Huella" - uncredited)
1952
RoleTitleYear
SelfTalking Pictures
(TV Series documentary) Self - Torn from Today's Headlines (1988) ... Self
1988
SelfThe Moviemakers
(TV Series) - The Screenwriter (1984)
1984
SelfTalking Film
(TV Series) Self - Three famous screenwriter (1983) ... Self - Zanuck (1979) ... Self
1979-1983
SelfThe 55th Annual Academy Awards
(TV Special) Self - Presenter
1983
RoleTitleYear
Archive footageThe Moviemakers
(TV Series) - Darryl F. Zanuck: Last of the Moguls (1984)
1984