Lamar Trotti Movies List

Lamar Trotti
Lamar Trotti
18-10-1900
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
36
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Lamar Trotti Filmography

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There's No Business Like Show Business
Director: Walter Lang
Release date: 16-12-1954
With a Song in My Heart
Director: Walter Lang
Music Director: Alfred Newman
Release date: 03-04-1952
Stars and Stripes Forever
Director: Henry Koster
Release Year: 1952
As Young as You Feel
As Young as You Feel ( English )
Director: Harmon Jones
Music Director: Cyril J. Mockridge
Release date: 18-06-1951
I'd Climb the Highest Mountain
Director: Henry King
Music Director: Sol Kaplan
Release date: 17-02-1951
American Guerrilla in the Philippines
Director: Fritz Lang
Music Director: Cyril J. Mockridge
Release date: 08-11-1950
Cheaper by the Dozen
Cheaper by the Dozen ( English )
Director: Walter Lang
Music Director: Cyril J. Mockridge
Release date: 31-03-1950
You're My Everything
You're My Everything ( English )
Artist: Dan Dailey , Anne Baxter , Anne Revere , Stanley Ridges , Shari Robinson
Director: Walter Lang
Release date: 29-06-1949
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Lamar Trotti Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Lamar Jefferson Trotti (October 18, 1900 – August 28, 1952) was an American screenwriter, producer, and motion picture executive. In the silent film era, he was a reporter for the daily Atlanta Georgian, where he interviewed many show business people, such as Viola Dana. Later, Trotti became an executive at Fox Film Corporation in 1933 and after its 1935 merger with Twentieth Century Pictures to become 20th Century Fox, he remained with the company until his death. He wrote about fifty films for the studio, producing many of them. He only wrote one screenplay for another studio, You Can't Buy Everything (1934) for MGM. He won an Academy Award for Writing Original Screenplay in 1944 for Wilson and was nominated for Young Mr. Lincoln (1939) and There's No Business Like Show Business (1952). He received the Laurel Award for Screenwriting Achievement, the lifetime achievement award of the WGA, in 1983. Trotti was in ill heath towards the end of his life and had taken six months leave from Fox when he died of a heart attack at hospital near his summer home in St Malo. He was survived by a widow, a son and a daughter. His eldest son had died in a car crash in 1950. Henry Koster later wrote that he thought Trotti died of "a broken heart" because of his son's death. He is interred at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California.

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