|1959||Directors Guild of America||Best Director||The Horse Soldiers||Nominated|
|1958||National Board of Review||Best Director||The Last Hurrah||Won|
|1956||Directors Guild of America||Best Director||The Searchers||Nominated|
|1955||Directors Guild of America||Best Director||Mister Roberts||Nominated|
|1955||Directors Guild of America||Best Director||The Long Gray Line||Nominated|
by Johnny Dee
A silent John Ford movie from 1927 thought to have been lost forever is among a cache of 75 early US films that has been uncovered in a New Zealand vault. The Ford film is Upstream, is a romance between an aspiring actor and a...
by Jeffrey M. Anderson
Reading about movies, you hear stories of some films shot in five days and other films shot over three years. Some of the poverty-row directors and B-movie makers cranked out as many movies as they could during a calendar year,...