Louis Charles De Rochemont Edit Profile
Educational public schools, Winchester, Massachusetts, Naval Aviation School, Massachusetts Institute Technology, and Naval Cadet School, Harvard 1917-1918. Doctor of Humane Letters, University N.H., 1944, Bates College.
Served as line officer, United States Navy until resignation, 1923. On staff International Newsreel, 1923-1927. Assistant editor Pathe News, 1927-1929.
Director and producer Twentieth Century-Fox. Joined TIME Inc., 1934. Co-founder, 1st producer The March of Time, 1934-1943.
Directed and produced The Ramparts We Watch, 1940. Producer: The Fighting Lady, 1944 (special award from New York film critics). The House on 92d Street, 1945.
13 Rue Madeline, 1946. Boomerang, 1946; Lost Boundaries (received eleven major awards), 1949. The Whistle at Eaton Falls, 1951.
Walk East on Beacon, 1952. Windjammer; The Roman Spring of Mistress Stone, 1960. Parions Francis; president Louis de Rochemont Associates, Inc.
The Earth and its People (integrated series educational film.) 1948. Martin Luther, 1953; Animal Farm, 1954. Cinerama Holiday, 1955.
Served as line officer, United States Navy until resignation, 1923.
Married Virginia Shaler, September 12, 1929. Children: Louis, Virginia.