Active primarily through the 1940s, ’50s, and ’60s, he directed such well-known movies as Gunfight in the O.K. Corral, THE FANTASTIC Escape, as well as the Wonderful Seven, and was nominated for an Oscar for his focus on the 1955 feature Poor Day at Dark Rock and roll. His early directing credits add a series of Globe Battle II-era U.S. Military Air Corps teaching movies, aswell as the post-war Hollywood B-movie THE PERSON Who Dared. He was the 1990 receiver of the Traditional western film genre’s exclusive Golden Boot Honor. Born and elevated in Oak Recreation area, Illinois, he later on resolved in Southern California. Japanese movie director Akira Kurosawa commended Sturges on his path of The Wonderful Seven (that was an version of the sooner Kurosawa film Seven Samurai).