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Who is Alexander Ford?
Alexander Ford a.k.a. Aleksander Ford born Mosze Lifszyc was a Polish film director; and head of the Polish People's Army Film Crew in the Soviet Union during World War II. Ford became director of the nationalized Film Polski company following the Red Army liberation of Poland. In 1948 the new communist authorities appointed him professor of the National Film School in Łódź. Roman Polanski was among his students. Another of Ford's protégés was the Polish film director Andrzej Wajda. In 1968 Ford emigrated to Israel and from there through Germany and Denmark, to the United States. He committed suicide in 1980 in Naples, Florida.
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Alexander Ford is a fictional character from the 1966 thriller film 4 Schlüssel.
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by Oliver Leaman
Screenwriter:Alexander Ford, Olga Ford,Mary Sochovolska Cinematographer: Frank Weinmayer ...
by Gerald L. Smith, Karen Cotton McDaniel, John A. Hardin
Williams Leonard “Lenny” Everett Lyles Mark Deyon Higgs Nate “Nat” Northington Shaun Edward Alexander Ford, Gerald Ford, H. Church Foreman, Edgar Steward Ft. Hill Ft. Nelson Ft. Spring Foster, Amelia Foster, Andrew “Rube” Foster,
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This emphasizes the social and material progress that the Zionist project will bring to the region, a theme recurring in other films of the period, such as in Alexander Ford«s Tzabar (1933)/Sabra. This latter film, whose fictional part focuses on an ...
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