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Charles Vidor (July 27, 1900 – June 4, 1959) was a film director. Born Károly Vidor to a Jewish family in Budapest, Hungary, he served in the Hungarian Army during World War I. He first came to prominence during the final years of the silent film era. Among his film successes are The Bridge (1929), Cover Girl (1944), A Song to Remember (1945), Gilda (1946), The Loves of Carmen (1948), Love Me or Leave Me (1955), The Swan (1956), The Joker Is Wild (1957), and A Farewell to Arms (1957). He was married four times, to Frances Varone (1927–1931), actress Karen Morley (1932–1943), actress Evelyn Keyes (1943–1945), and Doris Warner (1945-1959, until his death), daughter of Warner Bros. President Harry Warner.
July 27, 1900, Budapest, Austria-Hungary [now Hungary]
June 4, 1959
1932 Me and My GalWriter 1932 The Mask of Fu ManchuProducer and Director 1939 Mr. Smith Goes to WashingtonSecond Unit 1939 Blind AlleyDirector 1941 Ladies in RetirementDirector 1943 The DesperadoesDirector 1944 Cover GirlDirector 1945 A Song to RememberDirector 1946 GildaDirector 1952 Hans Christian AndersenDirector 1954 RhapsodyDirector 1955 Love Me or Leave MeDirector 1956 The SwanDirector 1957 A Farewell to ArmsDirector 1960 Song Without EndDirectorLimited to the 15 most popular items