Articles about: Gregg Toland

William Wyler with Gregg Toland
William Wyler with Gregg Toland

Gregg Toland was a cinematographer whose films included Citizen KaneThe Little FoxesBall of Fire, and more. During the war he worked with John Ford on December 7th: The Movie. He died in 1948 at the age of 44 of coronary thrombosis.

Host Bob Hope at the 14th Academy Awards

“Valley” Beats “Kane;” Fontaine Wins Sister Rivalry; and More Moments From the 14th Academy...

Last night’s Academy Awards ceremony saw “How Green Was My Valley” steal the show from “Citizen Kane,” along with more upsets and surprises.
The stage at the 13th Academy Awards ceremony

The 14th Annual Academy Award Nominees (and Where to Watch Them)

The Academy has announced the nominees for their annual awards ceremony, to take place this year on February 26.

The Top Five Films of 1941

Editor-in-Chief Wesley Emblidge picks his five favorite films from the past year of movies.

Review: Howard Hawks’ “Ball of Fire,” Starring Gary Cooper and Barbara Stanwyck

Samuel Goldwyn and Howard Hawks’ hilarious new comedy is about a linguist (Gary Cooper) who gets caught up with a mobster’s girlfriend (Barbara Stanwyck).
Bette Davis in "The Little Foxes"

Review: William Wyler’s “The Little Foxes,” Starring Bette Davis and Herbert Marshall

Director William Wyler has reunited with star Bette Davis for a third successful collaboration, "The Little Foxes," based on the play by Lillian Hellman.

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