SAM WOOD was a versatile American director/craftsman whose best work drew some fine performances from Hollywood’s golden age stars. His earliest silent film dates back to 1919. He made star vehicles for both Gloria Swanson and the ill-fated Wallace Reid during the 1920s. In the 1930s … Continue reading King’s Row
GEORGE SIDNEY was one of MGM’s best directors of Musicals and Swashbucklers throughout the 1940s and 1950s. He later moved to Columbia and directed Kim Novak in three of her best roles (opposite Tyrone Power in a fine biopic The Eddy Duchin Story), then playing … Continue reading Scaramouche!