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Richard L. Breen (June 26, 1918 – February 1, 1967) was a Hollywood screenwriter and director. He began as a freelance radio writer. After a stint in the US Navy during World War II, he began writing for films and worked alone and in collaboration with such distinguished writers as Billy Wilder and Charles Brackett.
He won an Oscar for his work on the screenplay to "Titanic" (1953), and was nominated for "A Foreign Affair" (1948) and "Captain Newman, M.D." (1963).
In 1957, he directed "Stopover Tokyo", and then returned to screenwriting. He was president of the Screenwriters' Guild from 1952 to 1953.
He was also credited as "Richard Breen" and "Robert Breen".
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01 January 1965
"Doris Day continues her reign as America's sweetheart" (Motion Picture Herald) in this "bright, colorful comedy of marital misunderstanding" (The Film Daily).
21 January 1953
Rose Loomis and her older, gloomier husband, George, are vacationing at a cabin in Niagara Falls, N.Y.
11 April 1953
Unhappily married, Julia Sturges decides to go to America with her two children on the unsinkable Titanic.
20 August 1948
In occupied Berlin, an army captain is torn between an ex-Nazi cafe singer and the U.S. congresswoman investigating her.
31 October 1967
Tony Rome, a tough Miami PI living on a houseboat, is hired by a local millionaire to find jewelry stolen from his daughter, and in the process has several encounters with local hoods as well as the Miami Beach PD.
09 May 1951
Al Goddard (Alan Ladd), a detective who works for the United States Postal Inspection Service, is assigned to arrest two criminals who've allegedly murdered a U.
07 October 1955
Director Robert D. Webb's 1955 adventure film about eighteenth-century Spanish explorers searching for gold in the American southwest stars Anthony Quinn, Jeffrey Hunter, Richard Egan, Rita Moreno, Michael Rennie, John Doucette and Kathleen Crowley.
19 June 1963
Dramatization of President John F. Kennedy's war time experiences during which he captained a PT boat, took it to battle and had it sunk by a Japanese destroyer.
07 August 1952
Five O. Henry stories, each separate. The primary one from the critic's acclaim was "The Cop and the Anthem".
25 December 1963
In 1944, Capt. Josiah J. Newman is the doctor in charge of Ward 7, the neuropsychiatric ward, at an Army Air Corps hospital in Arizona.
31 July 1955
In 1927 Kansas City Pete Kelly and his jazz band play nightly at a speakeasy. A local gangster starts to move in on them and when their drummer is killed Kelly gives in.
01 November 1951
A marriage broker can't resist meddling in the life of a model, with disastrous results.
04 September 1954
Two homicide detectives try to find just the facts behind a mobster"s brutal murder.
25 March 1966
An American businessman visiting Lisbon gets mistaken for a British secret agent who stole some diamonds.
12 January 1951
Ellen McNulty leaves her New Jersey hamburger stand and heads west to pay a surprise visit to her son and his new bride.
01 October 1959
A dedicated FBI agent recalls the agency's battles against the Klan, organized crime and Communist spies.
24 October 1963
A man on the verge of divorce is shocked by his wife's glamorous makeover.
31 August 1949
A singing insurance investigator comes to Ireland to recover the stolen Blarney Stone...and romance the local policeman's daughter.
03 December 1957
An American intelligence agent is sent to Tokyo to track down a Communist spy ring.
09 March 1962
The third film version of 'State Fair' (and the second musical version).Margy Frake this time round is played by newcomer Pamela Tiffin, who has her voice dubbed as Jeanne Crain did 17 years earlier.
19 November 1948
After the accidental death of an idiot heir, a stunt man is hired to impersonate him while the family gathers to determine the dispersment of the estate of Miss Tatlock's millions.