George Sluizer (born 25 June 1932 in Paris, of Dutch and Norwegian parents), is a Dutch filmmaker whose credits include features as well as documentary films. He is best known for directing two versions of The Vanishing, a 1988 Dutch-language release, originally titled Spoorloos, and a 1992 American version. Other feature films directed by Sluizer include Utz (1992) for producer John Goldschmidt, Crimetime (1995), and Dark Blood, which was discontinued and ultimately shelved after the death of its lead actor, River Phoenix.
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Born 1932-06-25 (89 years ago) in Paris, France.