Eleanor Roosevelt vs Robert Wise

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Wife of American President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Activist and Promoter of New Deal
Film Director
Net worth 2018
Political Leaders
Industry
Film & Theater Personalities
New York City, New York, USA
Residence
Winchester, Indiana, United States
United States
Country
United States
11/10/1884
BirthDay
10/09/1914
November 7, 1962
Died On
September 14, 2005
Finishing school
Education
Westwood, Los Angeles, California, United States
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1998

In addition, the Eleanor Roosevelt Monument in Riverside Park, New York, Eleanor Roosevelt College in San Diego, and the Eleanor Roosevelt Awards for Human Rights, established in 1998 by the President Bill Clinton carry her legacy even today

1973

Later in 1973, she was posthumously inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame and in 1977 her stone cottage at Val-Kill was declared Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site

1962

On November 7, 1962 she died from cardiac failure at her Manhattan home

1960

In April 1960, Eleanor Roosevelt was diagnosed with aplastic anemia

1948

It was adopted by the General Assembly on December 10, 1948 by a vote of 48 in favor, none against; though eight countries abstained from voting

1937

Apart from her public work, she also found time to write several books about her life and experiences, including ‘This Is My Story’ (1937), ‘This I Remember’ (1949), ‘On My Own‘ (1958) and ‘Autobiography’ (1961)

1936

Besides, from 1936 until her death she wrote a syndicated column, ‘My Day’, which appeared six days a week

1926

Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States, was her father’s elder brother

1899

Here she studied from 1899 to 1902 and under the guidance of the headmistress she began to blossom

1892

In October 1892, Eleanor’s mother died from diphtheria and in May 1893, her brother Elliott passed away from the same disease

1884

Anna Eleanor Roosevelt was born on October 11, 1884 in New York City

2005

Robert Wise died of a heart attack in Los Angeles, California on September 14, 2005 at the age of 91

2000

In 2000 he made the family drama movie ‘A Storm in Summer’ for the television written by Rod Sterling and starring Peter Falk

1998

The library of the ‘Directors Guild of America’ was named after Wise in 1998

1989

He returned in 1989 with his last film, the urban musical ‘Rooftops’, starring Jason Gedrick which was an outright flop

1984

From 1984 to 1987 he served as the President of the ‘Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’

1979

He directed the science fiction film ‘Star Trek: The Motion Picture’ in 1979 but could not become a blockbuster as expected by ‘Paramount Pictures’

1977

Scott and Anne Bancroft, was a disaster and so was a metaphysical thriller about reincarnation titled ‘Audrey Rose’ in 1977

1975

His historical epic ‘The Hindenburg’ in 1975, starring George C

1971

He served as the President of the ‘Directors guild of America’ from 1971 to 1975

1968

He made another musical ‘Star!’ in 1968 with Julie Andrews in the lead which didn’t have great success

1965

He made his second musical ‘The Sound of Music’ in 1965 based upon the exploits of a governess, played by Julie Andrews, and six Austrian children during the Second World War

1963

His next effort was the horror movie ‘The Haunting’ in 1963 which is regarded as one of the best horror films ever made

1961

He made the musical ‘West Side Story’ in 1961 based on Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ in the backdrop of the streets of modern New York which won 10 Oscars

1958

In 1958 he made the WW II naval drama ‘Run Silent Run Deep’ which starred Burt Lancaster and Clark Gable

1954

He left ‘20th Century Fox’ to join ‘MGM’ to make the film ‘Executive Suite’ in 1954 in collaboration with screenwriter Ernest Lehman about power struggles inside a company

1951

He left ‘RKO Pictures’ and joined ‘20th Century Fox’ on a three year contract and made the classic science fiction film ‘The Day the Earth Stood Still’ in 1951

1950

He again teamed up with Lehman to make his biggest hit in the 1950s with ‘Somebody Up There Likes Me’ in 1956

1949

His last film for RKO was ‘The Set-Up’ in 1949 based on the fight sequences in the boxing ring which won him a prize at the ‘Cannes Film Festival’

1948

He made his first A-film, which was an ambitious western for ‘RKO’ titled ‘Blood on the Moon’ in 1948 starring Robert Mitchum

1944

He directed the low-budget horror B-movie ‘The Curse of the Cat People’ and ‘Mademoiselle Fifi’ in 1944 and ‘The Body Snatcher’ in 1945 for producer Val Lewton and ‘RKO Pictures’

1942

He directed the film ‘The Magnificent Ambersons’ in 1942 but did not get any credit for it

1941

He then went into film direction and directed his first movie ‘Citizen Kane’ written by Orson Welles in 1941

1939

He edited notable films that included ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’ in 1939 made by Lon Chaney

1920

His won another Oscar nomination for the war movie ‘Sand Pebbles’ starring Steve McQueen as a sailor during the 1920 Chinese Civil War

1914

Robert Wise was born Robert Earl Wise on September 10, 1914 in Winchester, Indiana, USA