Cecil B. deMille was an American film director and producer that worked in Hollywood from the early 1900s through the 1950s. deMille made 70 features from '14-'58, both silent and sound. Some say he is the founding father of American cinema and the most commercially successful producer/direction in film history. Some of his most notable films include: The Ten Commandments, The King of Kings, The Sign of the Cross, Cleopatra, Samson and Delilah, The Greatest Show on Earth, and Union Pacific.
deMille's first film was The Squaw Man (1914), which was the first full-length feature film shot in Hollywood! deMille was also the first recipient of the Golden Globe Cecil B. deMille Award, which was named in his honor.
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