George Moskov


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Married Too Young (1962)
Director
The Mozart Story (1948)
American Adapted Director
The Burning Cross (1947)
Assistant Director
Charlie Chan in the Secret Service (1944)
Assistant Director

Writer (Feature Film)

Three Blondes in His Life (1961)
Screenwriter
When Strangers Marry (1944)
Original Story
Green Fields (1937)
Screenwriter
Ljubav i strast (1932)
Story

Producer (Feature Film)

That Tender Touch (1969)
Associate Producer
Three Blondes in His Life (1961)
Producer
Chained for Life (1952)
Producer
Champagne for Caesar (1950)
Producer
Search for Danger (1949)
Associate Producer
The Prairie (1949)
Producer
Concert Magic (1948)
Producer
Heading for Heaven (1948)
Producer
Lighthouse (1947)
Associate Producer
Joe Palooka, Champ (1946)
Associate Producer
Jealousy (1945)
Associate Producer
Foreign Agent (1942)
Prod Supervisor
Isle of Missing Men (1942)
Prod Supervisor

Art Director (Feature Film)

Johnny Doesn't Live Here Anymore (1944)
Associate (Art Direction)

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Dime With a Halo (1963)
Prod Supervisor
The Hoodlum Priest (1961)
Prod Supervisor
Death of a Scoundrel (1956)
Production Manager
Tennessee's Partner (1955)
Prod Supervisor
The Big Combo (1955)
Production Manager
Hollywood Thrillmakers (1954)
Production Manager
The Lovable Cheat (1949)
Prod Supervisor
Daughter of the West (1949)
Production Manager
Appointment with Murder (1948)
Production Manager
The Vicious Circle (1948)
Production Manager
Open Secret (1948)
Production Manager
Blonde Ice (1948)
Production Manager
Killer Dill (1947)
Production Manager
The Pretender (1947)
Production Manager
The Great Flamarion (1945)
Production Manager
The Great Mike (1944)
Production Manager
Charlie Chan in the Secret Service (1944)
Production Manager
The Sultan's Daughter (1944)
Production Manager
Unknown Guest (1943)
Production Manager
I Escaped From the Gestapo (1943)
Production Manager
The Captain of Koepenick (1941)
Prod Supervisor
Overture to Glory (1940)
Production Supervisor
Mirele Efros (1939)
Production Manager

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

When Strangers Marry (a.k.a. Betrayed) -- (1944) - He Sells Something Or Other After a murder in Philadelphia in the opening, we meet Kim Hunter as bride Millie, who can’t resist telling fellow New York passengers (Claire Whitney, Edward Keane) about her husband, who is NOT Robert Mitchum, though he’s next to appear, in When Strangers Marry, a.k.a. Betrayed, 1944.
When Strangers Marry (a.k.a. Betrayed) -- (1944) - Wealthy Philadelphian Strangled Terrific scene by director William Castle, hotel folks confer on the murder we saw in the opening, then we join anxious Millie (Kim Hunter), alone in her New York room, surprised she hasn’t heard from her new husband, though he instructed her to come there, in When Strangers Marry, a.k.a. Betrayed, 1944.
When Strangers Marry (a.k.a. Betrayed) -- (1944) - I Use That Name Sometimes Kim Hunter as Millie finally finds her new husband she’s come to New York to meet, turns out he’s Dean Jagger as Paul, and she’s followed secret instructions to reach him, and he might be a murderer, and the photo in the portrait happens to be director William Castle, in When Strangers Marry, a.k.a. Betrayed, 1944.
When Strangers Marry (a.k.a. Betrayed) -- (1944) - You Can't Run Away From Yourself There’s still no word from the mysterious new husband of Millie (Kim Hunter), who by now is glad she ran into her ex-boyfriend Fred (Robert Mitchum) from Ohio at her New York hotel, then a call comes, and we again see the hat worn by the maybe-murderer, William Castle directing, in When Strangers Marry, a.k.a. Betrayed, 1944.

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