Thalberg

Thalberg is a surname of Germanic origin; it can be literally translated as "valley hill":

  • Edith Norma Thalberg
  • Sigismond Thalberg (1812 – 1871), composer
    • List of compositions by Sigismond Thalberg
  • Irving Grant Thalberg (1899 – 1936), film producer
    • Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award
  • Irving Thalberg Jr. (1930 – 1988), son of Irving Thalberg
  • David Thalberg (1965 - ), public relations executive, New York City

Other articles related to "thalberg":

Samuel Marx - Life
... of Universal Pictures, where he met Irving Thalberg, then secretary of Universal boss Carl Laemmle. 24, 1930, he arrived at the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) Studios and was hired by Thalberg as Story Editor, the executive in charge of the screenwriting department ... Following Irving Thalberg's death in 1936, Marx became a producer and was behind a number of popular films, including Lassie Come Home (1943) and Son of Lassie (1945) ...
Sigismond Thalberg - Thalberg As Composer
... Sigismond Thalberg was one of the most famous and most successful piano composers of the 19th century ... present day, to tell the truth, consists only of Thalberg simple, Thalberg amended, and Thalberg exaggerated scratch what is written for the piano, and you will find Thalberg.' Ten years ... It was at this time when Thalberg's career as composer and as virtuoso came to an end ...
Hunt Stromberg - Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
... Mayer, Irving Thalberg, and Harry Rapf—later with Thalberg, David O ... Thalberg died in 1936, while Selznick and Wanger left MGM in 1937, leaving Mayer in sole, hands-on control ...
Hal B. Wallis - Academy Awards
... Production Five Star Final Irving Thalberg – Grand Hotel 1932–33 I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang Winfield Sheehan – Cavalcade 1934 Flirtation Walk Harry Cohn – It Happened One Night 1935 ... Thalberg Memorial Awards ...

Famous quotes containing the word thalberg:

    Mozart starved, but you allow Thalberg and Liszt make tons of gold: Of course, you may think that someone immortal cannot die of hunger.
    Franz Grillparzer (1791–1872)