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motion picture producer.

Anthony Muto, American motion picture producer. Recipient Academy Award, 1956. United States Navy Award Distinguished Public Service, Army of the United States Award for Merit. Member Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, White House News Photographers Association (president 1955-1956).

Background

Muto, Anthony was born on August 20, 1903 in in New York City. Son of Alfonso and Teresa (Buonasorte) Muto.

Education

Student, Emerson Institute, Washington, 1919-1920. Ohio Northern U., Ada, O. 1920-1922.

Career

Staff correspondent New York Morning Telegraph, 1922-1924, New York World, 1924-1929, New York Telegram, 1929-1930. Syndicate correspondent in Latin American, Europe, Asia, 1930-1933. Assistant to president Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America, 1933-1938.

Chief Washington bureau Movietone News since 1938, also Washington representative Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation, specializing in diplomatic and governmental procedures in connection with film production and specialist in newsreel coverage of international confs. 1940-1956; producer Twentieth Century Fox Studio, 1956-1963. Now consultant, since 1963.

Membership

Member Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, White House News Photographers Association (president 1955-1956). Clubs: National Press (Washington).

Connections

Married Irene Van Horn, November 19, 1933.

father:
Alfonso Muto

mother:
Teresa (Buonasorte) Muto

spouse:
Irene Van Horn