Alexander Korda Hardcover – August, 1975. Karol Kulik (Author).
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The Alexander Korda Award for "Outstanding British Film of the Year" is given by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Alexander Korda: The Man Who Could Work Miracles.
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Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780863694462. Release Date:February 1991. Publisher:Virgin Books.
Allen, Virgin Books (1975)
Allen, Virgin Books (1975). ISBN 10: 0491019432 ISBN 13: 9780491019439.
Following an unsuccessful stint in Hollywood, Korda started again with London Films in 1931. The first movie mogul ever knighted, Korda is considered ""irreplaceable"" for the impetus he provided to British filmmaking. Subsequently launched thanks to The Private Life of Henry VIII (1933), the ""benevolent autocrat"" had his hand in a number of quality productions-The Rise of Catherine the Great; The Scarlet Pimpernel; Rembrandt; Things to Come; The Fallen Idol; and The Third Man-until his death in 1956.
the Man Who Could Work Miracles. Published February 21, 1991 by Virgin Books.
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Kulik, Karol, Alexander Korda-the Man Who Could Work Miracles, London, 1975. Korda, Michael, Charmed Lives (autobiography), 1979. Stockham, Martin, The Korda Collection: Alexander Korda's Film Classics, Secaucus, New Jersey, 1993. Ralph Richardson spoke of the "gleam of light from the steel of his personality that gave one courage. A prestigious array of actors-Richardson, Charles Laughton, Olivier, Leslie Howard, Vivien Leigh, Merle Oberon-owed their screen careers to his encouragement, and it was his flair for teaming that introduced Graham Greene to Carol Reed, and Michael Powell to Emeric Pressburger.