Rod E. Geiger

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Rod E. Geiger (1915–2000) was an American movie producer and director, Instrumental for his contributions to Italian Neorealism, working with Federico Fellini and Roberto Rossellini.[1] Credited in the book "The Adventures of Roberto Rossellini, by Tag Gallagher" as the man who more than any single individual was to make Rossellini and the new Italian cinema famous around the world.[2] Also known for his marriage to Katja of Sweden, a Swedish fashion designer.[3]

Born Roland Ernest Geiger in New York City in 1915. Died in Tollarp, Sweden, 2000.



  1. ^ Gottlieb, Sidney (June 14, 2004). Roberto Rossellini's Rome Open City. Cambridge University Press. p. 193.
  2. ^ Gallagher, Tag (1998). The Adventures of Roberto Rossellini: His Life and Films. Da Capo Press. p. 802.
  3. ^ Geiger, Katja (2000). Katja of Sweden: mode och design utan gränser: En Biografi. Dialogos Förlag. p. 198. ISBN 9789175041537.

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