Samuel Goldwyn Jr.
Francis Sidney Howard Goldwyn
Peter Samuel Elliott Goldwyn
University of Virginia
Produced "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty"
Produced "Master and Commander: The Far Side Of the World" which starred Russell Crowe; received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Picture
Settled lawsuit with MGM over rights to use the name 'Goldwyn'; renamed company G2 Films
Samuel Goldwyn Entertainment sold to MGM by Metromedia; Goldwyn attempted to relaunch company
Filed lawsuit against MGM and Metromedia when MGM announced plans to launch Goldwyn Films
The privately-owned Samuel Goldwyn Company went public after completing a merger with Heritage Entertainment Inc. (December); renamed Samuel Goldwyn Entertainment
First film produced by the Samuel Goldwyn Company, "The Golden Seal"
Formed The Samuel Goldwyn Company; served as chairman and CEO
Directed first feature, "The Young Lovers"
Founded Formosa Productions Inc.
Produced first feature film, "Man Without a Gun"
Returned to USA
Served with the US Army
Recalled to Army service; produced and directed army documentary films including "Alliance for Peace" which won a prize at the Edinburgh Film Festival
Became an associate producer at Universal
Joined J. Arthur Rank Organization in London as a writer and associate producer after WWII
Became a TV producer of such shows as "Adventure" (1952-1953) and "The Unexplained" (1954)
Stage producing debut, "Gathering Storm" in London