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Norman Taurog

Norman TaurogBorn: 23-Feb-1899
Birthplace: Chicago, IL
Died: 7-Apr-1981
Location of death: Rancho Mirage, CA
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Cremated (ashes scattered at sea)

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Film Director

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: It Happened at the World's Fair

The youngest to win an Oscar for Best Director, aged 32.

Wife: Julie Leonard (minor silent film actress)
Wife: Susan Ream (m. 1944, until his death)

    Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals
    Oscar for Best Director 1932 for Skippy
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1606 Vine St. (motion pictures)

    FILMOGRAPHY AS DIRECTOR
    Live a Little, Love a Little (23-Oct-1968)
    Speedway (15-Apr-1968)
    Double Trouble (5-Apr-1967)
    Spinout (17-Oct-1966)
    Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine (6-Nov-1965)
    Sergeant Deadhead (18-Aug-1965)
    Tickle Me (30-Jun-1965)
    Palm Springs Weekend (5-Nov-1963)
    It Happened at the World's Fair (3-Apr-1963)
    Girls! Girls! Girls! (21-Nov-1962)
    Blue Hawaii (22-Nov-1961)
    All Hands on Deck (30-Mar-1961)
    G. I. Blues (23-Nov-1960)
    Visit to a Small Planet (4-Feb-1960)
    Don't Give Up the Ship (3-Jul-1959)
    Onionhead (1-Oct-1958)
    The Fuzzy Pink Nightgown (Aug-1957)
    Bundle of Joy (12-Dec-1956)
    Pardners (25-Jul-1956)
    The Birds and the Bees (22-Apr-1956)
    You're Never Too Young (25-Aug-1955)
    Living It Up (23-Jul-1954)
    The Caddy (10-Aug-1953)
    The Stars Are Singing (11-Mar-1953)
    The Stooge (4-Feb-1953)
    Jumping Jacks (11-Jun-1952)
    Room for One More (10-Jan-1952)
    Rich, Young and Pretty (9-Jul-1951)
    Mrs. O'Malley and Mr. Malone (8-Dec-1950)
    The Toast of New Orleans (24-Aug-1950)
    Please Believe Me (12-May-1950)
    That Midnight Kiss (22-Sep-1949)
    Words and Music (9-Dec-1948)
    Big City (25-Mar-1948)
    The Bride Goes Wild (3-Mar-1948)
    The Beginning or the End (19-Feb-1947)
    The Hoodlum Saint (4-Apr-1946)
    Girl Crazy (26-Nov-1943)
    Presenting Lily Mars (29-Apr-1943)
    A Yank at Eton (Sep-1942)
    Design for Scandal (Dec-1941)
    Men of Boys Town (10-Apr-1941)
    Little Nellie Kelly (22-Nov-1940)
    Young Tom Edison (10-Feb-1940)
    Broadway Melody of 1940 (9-Feb-1940)
    The Girl Downstairs (23-Dec-1938)
    Boys Town (8-Sep-1938)
    Mad About Music (27-Feb-1938)
    The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (17-Feb-1938)
    You Can't Have Everything (3-Aug-1937)
    Rhythm on the Range (1-Jul-1936)
    Strike Me Pink (16-Jan-1936)
    The Big Broadcast of 1936 (20-Sep-1935)
    Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch (19-Oct-1934)
    We're Not Dressing (26-Apr-1934)
    If I Had a Million (2-Dec-1932)
    The Phantom President (23-Sep-1932)
    Huckleberry Finn (7-Aug-1931)
    Skippy (2-Apr-1931)


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