Carl Foreman Biography

This Biography consists of approximately 8 pages of information about the life of Carl Foreman.
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Dictionary of Literary Biography on Carl Foreman

Carl Foreman's career seems broken into two sections--a division created by his break with the film industry during the blacklisting era of the early 1950s. Choosing to leave America for exile abroad, Foreman continued to further his screenwriting career but seemed to concentrate less on human conflict in his writing as his own conflicts grew. His successes did not diminish during the time he went to live and work in London. From the time he arrived in Britain in 1952 to the time he returned to the United States in 1975, his list of accomplishments increased. He was the first American to become head of the British Film Institute and was honored as a Commander of the Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II for his contributions to the British film industry. Yet after he left the United States, there was a subtle change in theme throughout his...

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