Michael Curtiz is considered one of the most illustrious directors in the history. When the studio system was prevalent, he directed a number of films during ‘Hollywood’s Golden Age.’ In 1926, he was invited by ‘Warner Bros,’ when he had already directed sixty-four films in Europe and was a well-known director there. In his Hollywood career, he directed more than hundred films. He earned five ‘Academy Award’ nominations, winning two of them, one for ‘Casablanca,’ and the other for ‘Sons of Liberty.’ He is renowned for making films like ‘The Adventures of Robin Hood,’ and ‘Captain Blood,’ that helped in popularizing the classic swashbuckler. Some of the dramas directed by him like ‘The Sea Wolf,’ ‘Mildred Pierce,’ and ‘Angels With Dirty Faces,’ are till date considered to be classics. Some of his other popular musicals, films and comedies include ‘This Is The Army,’ ‘We’re No Angels,’ ‘White Christmas,’ ‘Yankee Doodle Dandy,’ ‘The Sea Hawk,’ ‘The Charge of The Light Brigade,’ ‘Life With Father,’ and many more.