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Daniel Mann

Director, Actor

Come Back, Little ShebaCome Back, Little Sheba (1952) Recommended
Dir. Daniel Mann
Feat. Burt Lancaster, Shirley Booth, Terry Moore
An affecting melodrama based on William Inge's stageplay, concerning a loveless marriage, alcoholism and the price of misplaced love. Burt…
Teahouse of the August Moon, TheTeahouse of the August Moon, The (1956)
Dir. Daniel Mann
Feat. Marlon Brando, Glenn Ford, Machiko Kyo
Dated culture clash comedy with Glenn Ford as an American GI charged with teaching democracy to the inhabitants of a small Japanese…
Butterfield 8Butterfield 8 (La Venus au Vision) (1960) Recommended
Dir. Daniel Mann
Feat. Elizabeth Taylor, Laurence Harvey, Eddie Fisher
A purring Elizabeth Taylor stars in this high–strung melodrama as a bed–hopping New York model, who questions her ways when she falls in…
Who's Got The Action?Who's Got The Action? (1962)
Dir. Daniel Mann
Feat. Dean Martin, Lana Turner, Eddie Albert
Comedy drama with Dean Martin playing a lawyer with a bad gambling habit whose behaviour concerns both his wife and his law partner.
Our Man FlintOur Man Flint (1966)
Dir. Daniel Mann
Feat. James Coburn, Lee J. Cobb, Gila Golan
Zestful James Bond spoof with James Coburn providing the regulation braun with an equal measure of tongue–in–cheek.
For Love of IvyFor Love of Ivy (1968)
Dir. Daniel Mann
Feat. Sidney Poitier, Beau Bridges, Carroll O'Connor
A well–heeled black family find their maid is about to leave, so contrive to engineer a romance for her with a local truck–driver.…
WillardWillard (1971) Recommended
Dir. Daniel Mann
Feat. Bruce Davison, Elsa Lanchester, Ernest Borgnine
Superb persecuted–teen–gets–revenge picture about a young nerd who identifies more with rodents than people. The sequel, BEN, is…
American Film Theatre - Lost in the StarsAmerican Film Theatre - Lost in the Stars (1974)
Dir. Daniel Mann
Feat. Brock Peters, Melba Moore, Raymond St. Jacques
The innovative 1930s musical collaboration between Maxwell Anderson and Kurt Weill was ambitiously adapted in this American Film Theatre…

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