25 July 2003
JACK GREENWOOD 'SCREEN DIRECTORS GUILD AWARD' FROM "THE ASPHALT JUNGLE"
An award presented to Jack Greenwood for his work on "The Asphalt Jungle," a film best remembered for launching the career of a young Marilyn Monroe. Shaped as a brass medallion and resting on a square piece of black velvet within a wood frame, engraving reads For Outstanding Directorial Achievement Jack Greenwood - The Asphalt Jungle/1st Qtr Asst Director 1950-51/Screen Directors Guild Award. Also included is a place setting from a different awards dinner; a miniature brass director's chair engraved with Screen Directors/Guild of America/Awards Dinner/1954/Jack Greenwood.
10 1/4 x 10 1/4 inches
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