Austrian-born filmmaker Billy Wilder, who was behind such classics as Sunset Boulevard, Some Like It Hot and Double Indemnity, died Wednesday of pneumonia. He was 95. Among Wilder's accomplishments: He collected three Oscars for co-writing, directing and producing the 1960 pic The Apartment — the only person to do so for one film. "The great master is finished here," said Shirley MacLaine, who co-starred in The Apartment. "He will write and direct another masterpiece in heaven."