Rudolph Sternad

Rudolph Sternad
Born (1906-10-06)October 6, 1906
Died April 1963
Occupation Art director
Years active 1936-1964

Rudolph Sternad (October 6, 1906 April 1963) was an American art director and production designer. He was nominated for three Academy Awards in the category Best Art Direction.[1] He was a frequent collaborator of producer-director Stanley Kramer, working with him on virtually all of the films that Kramer directed, and many famous ones that he only produced, such as High Noon, Cyrano de Bergerac, and The Men.[2]

Selected filmography

Sternad was nominated for three Academy Awards for Best Art Direction:

Only one of the nominations (Judgement at Nuremberg) was for a Stanley Kramer film.


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