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Jules Victor Schwerin

Jules Victor Schwerin, American director, filmmaker, journalist. Named honorary citizen City of Lafayette, Louisiana, 1967. Member Directors Guild American.

Background

  • Schwerin, Jules Victor was born on February 4, 1919 in New York City. Son of Charles Frederic and Jeannette (Solomon).

  • Education

    • Student, Northwestern University, 1940. Student, The New Bauhaus, 1941.

    Career

    • Junior economist War Production Board,, Washington, 1941-1944, Office of War Information, New York, 1941-1944. Independent filmmaker documentaries, 1948-1950. Documentary filmmaker The Loves of Franistan, 1948.

      Writer Ben Grauer's Daily program Station W National Broadcasting Company, 1950. Documentary filmmaker Indian Summer, 1953. Supervising producer Radio-Keith-Orpheum/Pathe Studios, Culver City, California, 1951-1952.

      Produced manager independent film Salt of the Earth, New Mexico, 1952-1953. Director The Morning Show Columbia Broadcasting System-television, New York City, 1954. Director, writer Eric Sevareid's The American Week, 1955.

      Director Filmways, Incorporated, New York York City, 1955-1956. Associate producer Bell Telephone Hour, 1957-1958. Director Westinghouse Children's Programs, 1960-1961.

      With post production Judgment at Nuremburg, United Artists, 1963. Writer, director Fortune and Men's Eyes Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Canada, 1969-1970. Freelance journalist Parade, New York City, from 1986.

    Works

    Religion

    Denomination: Jewish

    Membership

    Member Directors Guild American.

    Personality

    Interests

    Reading, films, gardening.

    Connections

    • Son of; married Doris Belle Halpern, March 2, 1946. 1 child, Charles Norman.
    • father: Charles Frederic Son
    • mother: Jeannette (Solomon) Son
    • spouse: Doris Belle Halpern
    • child: Charles Norman Schwerin
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    Born February 4, 1919
    Died February 8, 2004
    (aged 85)
    Nationality
    • 1940
      Northwestern University
    • 1941
      The New Bauhaus
    • 1941 - 1944
      Junior economist, War Production Board
      Washington, United States
    • 1941 - 1944
      Junior economist, War Production Board
      New York, United States
    • 1948 - 1950
      independent filmmaker documentaries
    • 1948
      documentary filmmaker The Loves of Franistan
    • 1950
      writer, Ben Grauer's Daily program Station W National Broadcasting Company
    • 1951 - 1952
      supervising producer Radio-Keith-Orpheum/Pathe Studios
      Culver City, California, United States
    • 1952 - 1953
      produced manager, independent film Salt of the Earth
      New Mexico, United States
    • 1953
      documentary filmmaker Indian Summer
    • 1954
      director, The Morning Show Columbia Broadcasting System-television
    • 1955
      director, Eric Sevareid's The American Week
    • 1955
      writer, Eric Sevareid's The American Week
    • 1955 - 1956
      director, Filmways
    • 1957 - 1958
      associate, producer Bell Telephone Hour
    • 1960 - 1961
      director, Westinghouse Children's Programs
    • 1969 - 1970
      writer, Fortune and Men's Eyes Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
    • 1969 - 1970
      director, Fortune and Men's Eyes Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
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