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Wil·der

(wīld'ĕr),
Helenor C., U.S. ophthalmologist and pathologist, 1895-1998. See: Wilder stain for reticulum.

Wil·der

(wīld'ĕr),
Joseph F., U.S. neuropsychiatrist, 1895-1976.

Wil·der

(wīld'ĕr),
William H., U.S. ophthalmologst, 1860-1935. See: Wilder sign.
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So here we have actors who can really play the dramatic moments very well and also do comedy--Vincent Kartheiser from Mad Men is playing Billy Wilder, and Larry Pine, who's done everything on Broadway, is Raymond Chandler.
This younger generation tended to view Billy Wilder as the embodiment of the classical Hollywood cinema in a career that extended from World War II into the early 1970s.
The man who made it, Billy Wilder, did not suffer fools so for Tony Curtis to work with him and make that film shows just how good he was.
As you probably know, Billy Wilder was a serious, passionate art collector, so she loved the idea that this theater was in an art museum,'' says Hammer director Ann Philbin.
En el primer bloque, el autor realiza un recorrido detallado sobre la vida y obra de Billy Wilder.
For up-and-coming Hollywood directors, it's a regular stop on the pay-your-respects express: a visit with Billy Wilder, the man generally considered to be the greatest living American film maker, the sardonic impresario who gave the world Some Like It Hot, Sunset Boulevard, and The Apartment.
Wilder Times: The Life of Billy Wilder Kevin Lally Henry Holt, 1996 496 pp.
Much of Brackett's successful Hollywood career was carried out in collaboration with Billy Wilder.
Legendary Filmmaker Billy Wilder and Wife Audrey Donate $11 million to California's Best Children's Hospital
A partnership between the English National Opera ENO) and the GradeLinnit Company, with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, the stage production will be based on the original film by Billy Wilder.
WITH: Sidney Bernstein, Alfred Hitchcock, Billy Wilder, Richard Crossman, Steward McAllister, Peter Tanner, William Lawrie, Mike Lewis, Arthur Mainzer, Aleksander Vorontzov
a documentary by Volker Schlondorff on the filmmaker Billy Wilder.