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Samuel Fuller (Samuel Michael Fuller)

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Biography

Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
At age 17, Samuel Fuller was the youngest reporter ever to be in charge of the events section of the New York Journal. After having participated in the European battle theater in World War II, he directed some minor action productions for which he mostly wrote the scripts himself and which he also produced (e.g. The Baron of Arizona (1950)). His masterpiece was Pickup on South Street (1953) for 20th Century Fox, but at the end of the 1950s, he regained his independence from the production company and filmed many other movies of note, including the controversial White Dog (1982). Read more...

Actor

Character: Japanese policeman

House of Bamboo 1955

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Character: Himself

The Madman 1965

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Character: Der Amerikaner

Der amerikanische Freund 1977

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Character: Louis Bering

The End of Violence 1997

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Character: Sam Silverman

Somebody to Love 1994

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Character: Father

Sons 1990

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Character: Chef de bureau Newsweek

Tinikling ou 'La madonne et le dragon' 1990

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Character: Old Man in Small Cafe

Le sang des autres 1984

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Character: Interceptor Commander

1941 1979

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Character: Himself

Filmmakers in Action 2005

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Character: Himself

Episode #1.6 0

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Character: Himself

Elokuvan vuosisata 0

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Character: Himself

Ikuinen aika 0

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Valon draama 0

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Directing

Writing