Douglas Sirk

April 1996
Entertainment Weekly;4/19/96, Issue 323, p41
Presents a brief profile of the motion picture director Douglas Sirk. Technicolor soap operas that are caustic commentaries; His background as a German theater director who fled the Nazis; Best pictures including `Written on the Wind,' starring Lauren Bacall.


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