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James Neville Mason war ein englischer Film- und Theaterschauspieler. Mitte der er-Jahre entwickelte er sich zu einem der größten Stars der britischen Filmindustrie und schaffte anschließend erfolgreich den Sprung nach Hollywood. Oftmals. James Neville Mason (* Mai in Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England; † Juli in Lausanne, Schweiz) war ein englischer Film- und. James Nolan Mason (* Juli in Chillicothe) ist ein US-amerikanischer erwerbsloser Neo-Nazi, Autor und Vordenker der Atomwaffen Division. Und doch war genau diese Mischung aus Sex-Appeal und Brutalität Masons Erfolgsrezept. James Mason Ende Februar Foto mit freundlicher Genehmigung. Eine geheimnisvolle Aura wurde dem britischen Charakterdarsteller James Neville Mason gern attestiert, die sowohl über seine angenehme äußere. James Mason studierte Architektur in Cambridge. Nach dem Grab James Masons auf dem Friedhof von Corsier-sur-Vevey am Genfer See. Großen Erfolg. von mehr als Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für DVD & Blu-ray: "James Mason".
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Mason played a small-town school teacher driven insane by the effects of cortisone. He did another for Fox, the hugely popular melodrama, Island in the Sun Mason began appearing regularly on television in shows such as Panic!
He starred in two thrillers for Andrew L. Stone , Cry Terror! At Fox he had a huge hit playing a determined scientist and explorer in Journey to the Centre of the Earth , taking over a role meant for Clifton Webb.
He starred in Tiara Tahiti , then Hero's Island , which he also produced. He was in Torpedo Bay In Mason settled in Switzerland, and embarked on a transatlantic career.
He also had the star role in Spring and Port Wine He was a support in Kill! He had parts in Yellowbeard , Alexandre , and George Washington An ardent cinephile on top of his career interests, Mason narrated two British documentary series supervised by Kevin Brownlow : Hollywood , on the silent cinema and Unknown Chaplin , devoted to out-take material from the films of Sir Charlie Chaplin.
Mason had been a long-time neighbour and friend of the comedian. In the late s, Mason became a mentor to up-and-coming actor Sam Neill.
Having completed playing the lead role in Dr. Fischer of Geneva , adapted from Graham Greene 's eponymous novella for the BBC , he stepped into the role in The Shooting Party originally meant for Paul Scofield , who was unable to continue after being seriously injured in an accident on the first day of shooting.
This was to be Mason's final screen performance in a feature film. He did appear on TV in A. Mason was a devoted lover of animals, particularly cats.
James Mason wrote most of the book and also illustrated it. In The Cats in Our Lives , he recounted humorous and sometimes touching tales of the cats as well as a few dogs he had known and loved.
In , Mason purchased a house previously owned by Buster Keaton. He discovered reels of nitrate film thought to have been lost , stored in the house and produced by the comedian, such as The Boat Mason arranged to have the decomposing films transferred to safety stock and thus saved them from oblivion.
In his youth, Mason was a keen fan of his local Rugby League team, Huddersfield. In later years he also began to follow the fortunes of Huddersfield Town.
Mason survived a severe heart attack in Mason left his entire estate to his second wife, Clarissa Kaye, but his will was challenged by his two children.
The lawsuit had not been settled when she died on 21 July from cancer. Rather, say in thankfulness you are grateful he was here", words that were spoken to Portland Mason by U.
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Blind Man's Bluff. The Mill on the Floss. Catch As Catch Can. The Return of the Scarlet Pimpernel. He wouldn't even allow his birth date to be used.
James and Pamela Mason arrived in the U. After eighteen months Mason eventually won the case. Mason had committed to recreating his role for the TV pilot of "The Verdict," but his death caused the project to be abandoned.
Stated that the reason he could not find a publisher for his autobiography, "Before I Forget" was because his memoir was ". Mason and wife Pamela were cat lovers and collaborated on a book on their cats.
Was able to do uncanny impressions of John Gielgud and Gabriel Pascal. Although somehow he was never given a much-deserved knighthood, he was awarded the Golden Seal, England's most prestigious film honor.
Mason's daughter Portland was named for comedian Fred Allen 's wife. Critic Vincent Canby said about Mason: "He is, in fact, one of the very few film actors worth taking the trouble to see even when the film that encase him is so much cement".
Mason admitted to journalists that he had only taken a part in Mandingo because he was behind with alimony payments, leading critic Roger Ebert to reply, 'surely jail would have been better'.
Performed the role of Field Marshal Erwin Rommel in two films. His tribunal exempted him from military service during World War II only on the requirement to do non-combatant work, which he refused.
His appeal against this became irrelevant by including him in a general exemption for film work. Bigger Than Life was his film in more ways than one as apart from having a leading role in it he also produced it and contributed to the screenplay.
How do I wish to be remembered, if at all? I think perhaps just as a fairly desirable sort of character actor. I'm a character actor: the public never knows what it's getting by way of a Mason performance from one film to the next.
I therefore represent a thoroughly insecure investment. Renoir's good for actors. Renoir obviously loves actors and understands actors, and La Grande Illusion , which I saw recently, is so modern that it could have been made this year - the acting and the staging of it are absolutely modern and true.
And he could stage individual scenes as well as they could possibly be staged. If he had a weakness, which I admit he has, it was that he didn't have a sufficiently keen story sense.
I purposely would not go and see the old version of Here Comes Mr. Jordan They told me my part was played by Claude Rains , for whom I have an infinite admiration, and I knew I would never be as good as him.
I thought that the last good film he made was 5 Fingers , because personally I have not seen a Mankiewicz film that appeared to be well-directed since then.
For instance, Cleopatra was a hideous film but nevertheless you could see that it had some good, well-written scenes and the director had not served the writer well.
Having been fascinated by the Alan Ladd phenomenon, I now had the opportunity to study it at close quarters. It turned out that he had the exquisite coordination and rhythm of an athlete, which made it a pleasure to watch him when he was being at all physical.
He casts his films very, very carefully and he knows perfectly well in advance that all the actors that he chooses are perfectly capable of playing the parts he gives them, without any special directorial effort on his part.
He gets some sort of a charge out of directing the leading ladies, I think, but that's something else.
Touching because she played with a bright smile and a great spirit, while the situation was rather dramatic, even tragic perhaps.
She had in fact a quality which can only be compared to Charles Chaplin 's heartbreaking quality: always optimistic, always gay, always inventive, against poverty, against desperate situations - and that's when Judy is at her best.
Inevitably, they demand some stationary set-ups, and a shot that does not call for tracks is agony for dear poor Max, who, separated from his dolly, is wrapped in deepest melancholy.
Once, when they took away his crane, I thought he'd never smile again I loved Max Ophüls because he had a very unsuccessful career as far as America was concerned, but he had an irrepressible spirit.
He was a brave, resilient man and a great man of theatre and he loved his work, he had an undying enthusiasm. He was a lovely man. Walter Wanger was a man who always wanted to be European.
He didn't know how to be European but he wanted to be European, so The Reckless Moment was rather the kind of film - I suppose, like Brief Encounter - that he was trying to make, but it wasn't very good.
And his unique glamor was not entirely due to the fact that he was unhampered by banal dialogue. Modern dialogue is not always banal, and the screen hero who could match Valentino's posturing technique with an equally polished vocal technique has a perfectly fair chance of becoming his romantic peer.
It was his magnetism and dignity that assured him a peak of magnificent isolation. The trouble with Hollywood is that the producers and agents are the aristocrats They looked for other means of showing off and were great on rallies for political candidates.
The little girl whom I knew, who had a little curl in the middle of her forehead, when she was good she was not only very, very good, she was the most sympathetic, the funniest, the sharpest and the most stimulating woman I ever knew.
She was a lady who gave so much and richly, both to her vast audience who she entertained and to the friends around her whom she loved, that there was no currency in which to repay her.
And she needed to be repaid, she needed devotion and love beyond the resources of any of us. To be a successful film star, as opposed to a successful film actor, you should settle for an image and polish it forever.
I somehow could never quite bring myself to do that. Though it is hard for anyone familiar with the current television scene to imagine, the early days of television in the United States were really exciting.
I bumped into him at a jewelry store and took the liberty of introducing myself - under the guise of congratulating him on becoming Governor of California.
He was very charming. It has always seemed to me the height of audacity to write an autobiography unless, of course the author has made a contribution to history.