Fred Kohlmar


Producer

Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

That Wonderful Urge (1949)
Contract Writer
The Dark Corner (1946)
Revisions to Screenplay

Producer (Feature Film)

The Only Game in Town (1970)
Producer
A Flea in Her Ear (1968)
Producer
How to Steal a Million (1966)
Producer
Bye Bye Birdie (1963)
Producer
The Notorious Landlady (1962)
Producer
The Devil at 4 O'Clock (1961)
Producer
The Wackiest Ship in the Army? (1960)
Producer
The Last Angry Man (1959)
Producer
Gunman's Walk (1958)
Producer
Full of Life (1957)
Producer
Pal Joey (1957)
Producer
The Solid Gold Cadillac (1956)
Producer
My Sister Eileen (1955)
Producer
Three Stripes in the Sun (1955)
Producer
Picnic (1955)
Producer
It Should Happen to You (1954)
Producer
Phffft (1954)
Producer
Down Among the Sheltering Palms (1953)
Producer
Les Miserables (1952)
Producer
Call Me Mister (1951)
Producer
You're in the Navy Now (1951)
Producer
Elopement (1951)
Producer
Mother Didn't Tell Me (1950)
Producer
When Willie Comes Marching Home (1950)
Producer
Love That Brute (1950)
Producer
Father Was a Fullback (1949)
Producer
That Wonderful Urge (1949)
Producer
Fury at Furnace Creek (1948)
Producer
The Luck of the Irish (1948)
Producer
You Were Meant for Me (1948)
Producer
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947)
Producer
The Late George Apley (1947)
Producer
Kiss of Death (1947)
Producer
The Well Groomed Bride (1946)
Producer
The Dark Corner (1946)
Producer
Bring on the Girls (1945)
Associate Producer
And Now Tomorrow (1944)
Associate Producer
No Time for Love (1943)
Associate Producer
Let's Face It (1943)
Associate Producer
Riding High (1943)
Associate Producer
Lucky Jordan (1942)
Associate Producer
Are Husbands Necessary? (1942)
Associate Producer
The Lady Has Plans (1942)
Associate Producer
Take a Letter, Darling (1942)
Associate Producer
The Glass Key (1942)
Associate Producer
Tall, Dark and Handsome (1941)
Associate Producer
That Night in Rio (1941)
Associate Producer
The Lone Wolf Strikes (1940)
Producer
Blind Alley (1939)
Associate Producer
Coast Guard (1939)
Producer
The Lady and the Mob (1939)
Associate Producer

Production Companies (Feature Film)

The Only Game in Town (1970)
Company
A Flea in Her Ear (1968)
Company
Dear Brigitte (1965)
Company
Bye Bye Birdie (1963)
Company
The Devil at 4 O'Clock (1961)
Company
The Last Angry Man (1959)
Company

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Gunman's Walk (1958) - Yes, Big Brother Handsome opening by director Phil Karlson, photographed by Charles “Buddy” Lawton, introducing James Darren as voluble Davy, and avid horseman Tab Hunter as elder brother Ed, taciturn by comparison, and whistling, in the Columbia Technicolor Western, from a story by Ric Hardman and screenplay by Frank Nugent, Gunman’s Walk, 1958, starring Van Heflin.
Les Miserables (1952) - We're Going On The Rocks Following a prologue truncating Victor Hugo, we meet Robert Newton as Javert enforcing regulations during panic amidships, and slaves Jean Valjean (Michael Rennie) and Genflou (Joseph Wiseman) performing a rescue, in Lewis Milestone's production of Les Miserables, 1952.
Kiss Of Death (1947) - I'll Need That Look Swiftly paroled for agreeing to help the cops, thief Nick (Victor Mature) surprises Nettie (Colleen Gray), his former baby-sitter and friend of his wife, who committed suicide while he was inside, sharing a moment before prosecutor D’Angelo (Brian Donlevy) calls with instructions, in director Henry Hathaway’s Kiss Of Death, 1947.
Last Angry Man, The (1959) - We Want the Doctor! Godfrey Cambridge and Billy Dee Williams make their screen debuts together as they drop off a sick girl (Cicely Tyson!) at the door of Brooklyn Dr. Sam Abelman (Paul Muni) in director Daniel Mann's The Last Angry Man, 1959.
Gunman's Walk (1958) - Put That Gun Away! Rebellious son Ed Hackett (accomplished rider Tab Hunter, in the saddle) has been challenged by his prominent rancher father Lee (Van Heflin) to see who can get to the saloon quicker, leading to stunts then a confrontation in the barroom, Paul Bryar the bartender, Ray Teal the observant stranger, in director Phil Karlson’s Gunman’s Walk, 1958.
Gunman's Walk (1958) - Habit Is A Strong Thing Van Heflin as titanic rancher father Lee Hackett is angry with son Davy (James Darren), for being unwilling to wear his gun, and shooting poorly when he does, offering instruction when they’re joined by more dangerous brother Ed (Tab Hunter), in a striking bit of Western macho family dynamics, in Gunman’s Walk, 1958, from a Rick Hardman story and Frank Nugent screenplay.
That Night In Rio (1941) - Chica Chica Boom Chic Opening with an original song, by Harry Warren and Mack Gordon, for Carmen Miranda and then Don Ameche, whom we will learn are "Carmen" and American Larry, performers in a Rio night club, in 20th Century-Fox's That Night In Rio, 1941, also starring Alice Faye.
That Night In Rio (1941) - Cai Cai Straight up number for Carmen Miranda, who plays an entertainer named Carmen, performing at a Brazilian society party, co-stars Don Ameche and Alice Faye in her audience, original song by Harry Warren and Mack Gordon, in 20th Century-Fox's That Night In Rio, 1941.
That Night In Rio (1941) - Are You Quite Yourself Now? Brazilians Penna and Salles (S.Z. Sakall, Curt Bois) can't let Baroness Cecilia (Alice Faye) tell American Larry (Don Ameche) that she knows they've hired him to impersonate her husband, their boss, the less charming Baron Manuel, for business reasons, in That Night In Rio, 1941.
Only Game In Town, The (1970) - But Not For Me After the credit sequence establishing Elizabeth Taylor as a weary Las Vegas showgirl, she enters a piano bar where co-star Warren Beatty is the act, George Stevens directing his last feature, from Frank Gilroy’s play and screenplay, in The Only Game In Town, 1970.
Pal Joey (1957) - Open, Here's Your Ticket Director George Sidney’s opening, shot at the Berkeley, California train station, introduces Frank Sinatra (title character) followed by the first of many San Francisco location scenes, in Pal Joey, 1957, also starring Rita Hayworth and Kim Novak, from the Rodgers & Hart musical.
Pal Joey (1957) - I Could Write A Book Planning to lure hot-property performer Linda (Kim Novak) to the club he’s about to open, singer Joey (Frank Sinatra, title character) disses their current boss (Hank Henry) then works his charms with the Rodgers & Hart standard from the Broadway original, in Pal Joey, 1957.

Companions

Maxine Marshall
Wife
Actor. Survived him.

Bibliography