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Strange Love of Martha Ivers, The (1946): Lewis Milestone’s Film Noir, Starring Stanwyck, Van Heflin, and Kirk Douglas

Kirk Douglas made his screen debut in this Lewis Milestone’s dark and perverse noir melodrama, a Barbara Stanwyck star vehicle.

Racket, The (1928): Oscar-Nominated Gangster Film, Directed by Lewis Milestone

One of the few silent films to be nominated for Best Picture, and one of the few crime-gangster features to be singled out by the Academy.

All Quiet on the Western Front (1930): Lewis Milestone’s Best Picture Oscar

The third Best Picture winner, the powerful anti-war feature is based on Eric Maria Remarque famous novel, adapted to the screen by playwright Maxwell Anderson, Dell Andrews, and George Abbott

Oscar Directors: Milestone, Lewis–Background, Career, Awards, Filmography

The 1928 film Two Arabian Knights won him Best Director Oscar in the first Academy Award ceremony.

Oscar Directors: Milestone, Lewis–First Honoree and Multiple Winner

Lewis Milestone was nominated for three Directing Oscars, winning two, in 1929 (the first year of the awards) and in 1930.