Jean Negulesco Romanian film director

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

July 21, 1993

MARBELLA, Spain -- Film director Jean Negulesco, 93, a Romanian whose films included "How to Marry a Millionaire" and "Three Coins in a Fountain" died here Sunday of heart failure and will be buried tomorrow in this Mediterranean coastal resort town where he lived since the late 1960s.

Born Feb. 29, 1900, in Craiova, Romania, he came to the United States in 1927.

His last directing credit was "The Invisible Six" in 1970. His first movie credit was "Singapore Woman" in 1941. He was known initially for his hard-hitting romantic melodramas, but critics disparaged much of his later work. "How To Marry A Millionaire" came out in 1953 and "Three Coins in A Fountain" came out the following year.

His other major films include "The Mask of Dimitrios" and "The Conspirators" (1944), "Three Strangers" (1946), "Humoresque" (1947), "Johnny Belinda" (1948), "Three Came Home" and "The Mudlark" (1950), "Titanic" (1953), "Woman's World" (1954), "Daddy Longlegs" and "The Rains at Ranchipur" (1955), "Boy on a Dolphin" (1957), "A Certain Smile" (1958), "The Best of Everything" (1959), "Jessica" (1962), "The Pleasure Seekers" (1964) and "Hello-Goodbye" (1970).

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