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Victor Fleming Research Paper

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Do you ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes of some of the great movies you have watched? The answer is many things, but the most important piece is the director. Victor Fleming was one of those great movie directors. Victor Fleming loved adventure and also had the honor of serving in the war. Reflecting his love of adventure are some of his most notable films you have probably watched or at least heard of, The Wizard Of Oz and Gone With The Wind.

Victor Fleming was born on February 23, 1889 on a ranch in La Cañada Flintridge, California, United States. He had two younger sisters. His father’s name was William Alonzo Fleming, and he worked as a citrus farmer. His mother’s name was Elizabeth Evaleen Fleming who was a stay at home
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His movies from the 1920s include 'Empty Hands' (1924), 'Lord Jim' (1925) and 'The Way of All Flesh' and 'The Rough Riders' in 1927. He also directed would-be superstar, Gary Cooper, in his first big hit, 'The Virginian' in 1929. He helped the gay actor become a star. He helped entertain people and make the world a better place by working hard with each new movie he made.
Victor Fleming was a good-looking and charming man who was very popular with women. He was involved in affairs with several actresses, such as Clara Bow, Norma Shearer, Ingrid Bergman, Virginia Valli and Bessie Love. Which made him have a bad reputation at times. He had great success in 1939 when he received the best director award for Gone With The Wind. He died on January 6, 1949 in Cottonwood Arizona of a heart attack at the age of 59, so he did not get to live a very long life but it was full of success.
Victor Fleming had a great life and made some amazing contributions to the movie industry. And now you know some of the things that go on behind the scenes of the movie industry. It’s not all roses, it is a hard life and you have to be very talented to make so many great ones like Victor did. He conquered all of his adventures and lived a great life even if it was thorny at
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