Henry Berman


Biography

Filmography

 

Producer (Feature Film)

The Great American Pastime (1956)
Producer
It's a Dog's Life (1955)
Producer
Bedevilled (1955)
Producer
Prisoner of War (1954)
Producer
Men of the Fighting Lady (1954)
Producer
Fast Company (1953)
Producer
Torch Song (1953)
Producer
A Slight Case of Larceny (1953)
Producer
Just This Once (1952)
Producer
You For Me (1952)
Producer
Bannerline (1951)
Producer

Editing (Feature Film)

Babe (1975)
Editor
Winter Kill (1974)
Editor
Isn't It Shocking? (1973)
Editor
Shirts/Skins (1973)
Editor
Go Ask Alice (1973)
Editor
Pacific Challenge (1973)
Editor
Every Little Crook and Nanny (1972)
Film Editor
A Great American Tragedy (1972)
Editor
The Deadly Hunt (1971)
Editor
Earth II (1971)
Editor
Elvis--That's the Way It Is (1970)
Film Editor
Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon (1970)
Film Editor
I Walk the Line (1970)
Film Editor
The Gypsy Moths (1969)
Film Editor
The Fixer (1968)
Film Editor
The Venetian Affair (1967)
Film Editor
Point Blank (1967)
Film Editor
To Trap a Spy (1966)
Film Editor
Grand Prix (1966)
Film Editor
One Spy Too Many (1966)
Editor
Sweet Bird of Youth (1962)
Film Editor
Obliging Young Lady (1942)
Editing
Scattergood Rides High (1942)
Editing
Sing Your Worries Away (1942)
Editing
My Life with Caroline (1941)
Editing
Scattergood Baines (1941)
Editing
Kitty Foyle (1940)
Editing
Lucky Partners (1940)
Editing
Vigil in the Night (1940)
Editing
Bachelor Mother (1939)
Editing
Gunga Din (1939)
Editing
Fixer Dugan (1939)
Editing
Vivacious Lady (1938)
Editing
Quality Street (1937)
Editing
A Damsel in Distress (1937)
Editing
Hideaway (1937)
Editing
Swing Time (1936)
Editing
Follow the Fleet (1936)
Editing
The Son of Kong (1933)
Assistant Editor
Rafter Romance (1933)
Assistant Editor

Producer (Special)

Getaway Car (1958)
Producer
The Star Maker (1958)
Producer
Take 5 (1958)
Producer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

It's A Dog's Life (1955) - Dog Eat Dog On The Waterfront Humans quite irrelevant in the opening, apart from the narration by Vic Morrow, the inner-monologue of the the Bull Terrier who will be named Wildfire (MGM used two visually identical dogs for the shoot), in It’s A Dog’s Life, 1955, from a story by the trendsetting journalist and Theodore Roosevelt supporter Richard Harding Davis.
It's A Dog's Life (1955) - The Original Dog Lottery First business with people involved, Vic Morrow narrates as the so-far nameless bull terrier on the Bowery ca. 1900, entering the bar where Corbin (J.M. Kerrigan) presides and Patch McGill (Jeff Richards) is a gung-ho customer, in MGM’s It’s A Dog’s Life, 1955.
It's A Dog's Life (1955) - Well Deserving Of Your Support Owner Patch (Jeff Richards) brings “Wildfire” to his first fight in turn-of-the-century New York, Vic Morrow continuing his narration in the dog’s voice, as we discover MGM’s approach to shooting the action, and meet philosophical Jeremiah (Edmund Gwenn), in It’s A Dog’s Life, 1955.
Great American Pastime, The (1957) - Where Did I Come From? Opening with Tom Ewell reflecting, then with his family (Anne Francis, and Rudy Lee as young Bruce) picnicking, from the MGM baseball comedy, officially sanctioned by Little League Baseball, in The Great American Pastime, 1957.
Point Blank (1967) - I'm Glad You're Not Dead Lots of sound and editing flash as Walker (Lee Marvin, speaking not a word) finds his wife Lynne (Sharon Acker), who sided with his robbery partner who double-crossed and shot him, in an early scene from John Boorman's revenge-thriller Point Blank, 1967.
Point Blank (1967) - Most Accidents Happen... More technical virtuosity and crunching noise as Walker (Lee Marvin) takes used-car dealer "Big John" Stegman (Michael Strong) for a ride in John Boorman's landmark Point Blank, 1967.
Point Blank (1967) - Men Everywhere Walker (Lee Marvin) and Chris (Angie Dickinson), the sister of his late wife who betrayed him in a robbery scheme, casing the Huntley House (still operating, much gentrified) in Santa Monica, stalking the bad guys in John Boorman's Point Blank, 1967.
Torch Song (1953) - In Love With The Audience Neither the screenplay nor the underlying short story was written for Joan Crawford as such but one wonders whether these views were hers, as Broadway star Jenny, skipping rehearsals in protest, Gig Young her defeated and detached boyfriend Cliff, in the MGM musical Torch Song, 1953.
Torch Song (1953) - You Mean Like A Girdle? Remaining philosophical at the same restaurant lunch where she had her director fire him, blind pianist Tye (Michael Wilding) inquires with Broadway star Jenny about her motives, and what he learned from Charlie, the long-time accompanist she had driven away, in MGM’s Torch Song, 1953.
Prisoner Of War (1954) - It's A Tough Assignment Straight up exposition as Ronald Reagan (then a freelance actor, who eagerly accepted MGM’s offer to play Captain Webb Sloane) volunteers for Henry Morgan (as Major Halle) to infiltrate a North Korean P.O.W. camp to collect evidence of violations of the Geneva Conventions. in Prisoner Of War, 1954.
Prisoner Of War (1954) - We're Going Beyond Pavlov Austrian born Oscar Homolka plays the Russian advisor who really runs the Korean P.O.W. camp administered by Kim (Leonard Strong) and Lang (Rollin Moriyama), as the column including infiltrated American agent Sloane (Ronald Reagan) and captured Stanton (Steve Forrest), arrives in Prisoner Of War. 1954.
Prisoner Of War (1954) - Just Cooperate A Little Biroshilov (Oskar Homolka), Soviet boss of the Korean P.O.W. camp, exploits personal data extracted from American P.O.W. Treadman (Dewey Martin) regarding his mother, before sending him back to the barracks where Sloane (Ronald Reagan) and Stanton (Steve Forrest) aren’t buying, in Prisoner Of War, 1954.

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