Cecil B. DeMille Filmography
Cecil B. DeMille is known as the founding father of cinema in the US. The American filmmaker is considered as the most successful director and producer in the history of films. DeMille began his journey as a stage actor in 1900, but soon his focus shifted to filmmaking.
His debut film, ‘The Squaw Man,’ (1914) was the first film ever to be shot in Hollywood.
‘Cleopatra’ (1934) was his first film to receive an ‘Oscar’ nomination. ‘The Greatest Show on Earth’ (1952) won an ‘Oscar’ as well as ‘Golden Globe’ for the best picture.
He also co-founded the ‘Paramount Pictures.’ He was honored with ‘Palme d'Or’ in 1939 and ‘Academy Honorary Award’ in 1950. ‘