William Perlberg


Producer

Biography

Filmography

 

Producer (Feature Film)

Half a Sixpence (1968)
Producer
36 Hours (1965)
Producer
The Hook (1963)
Producer
Twilight of Honor (1963)
Producer
The Counterfeit Traitor (1962)
Producer
The Pleasure of His Company (1961)
Producer
The Rat Race (1960)
Producer
But Not for Me (1959)
Producer
Teacher's Pet (1958)
Producer
The Tin Star (1957)
Producer
The Proud and Profane (1956)
Producer
The Country Girl (1955)
Producer
The Bridges at Toko-Ri (1955)
Producer
Little Boy Lost (1953)
Producer
Somebody Loves Me (1952)
Producer
Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick (1952)
Producer
Anything Can Happen (1952)
Producer
Rhubarb (1951)
Producer
I'll Get By (1950)
Producer
For Heaven's Sake (1950)
Producer
The Big Lift (1950)
Producer
Wabash Avenue (1950)
Producer
The Forbidden Street (1949)
Producer
Chicken Every Sunday (1949)
Producer
Slattery's Hurricane (1949)
Producer
It Happens Every Spring (1949)
Producer
Escape (1948)
Producer
Apartment for Peggy (1948)
Producer
Forever Amber (1947)
Producer
The Shocking Miss Pilgrim (1947)
Producer
Miracle on 34th Street (1947)
Producer
Claudia and David (1946)
Producer
State Fair (1945)
Producer
Where Do We Go from Here? (1945)
Producer
Billy Rose's Diamond Horseshoe (1945)
Producer
Junior Miss (1945)
Producer
The Song of Bernadette (1945)
Producer
The Eve of St. Mark (1944)
Producer
The Meanest Man in the World (1943)
Producer
Hello Frisco, Hello (1943)
Producer
Coney Island (1943)
Producer
Sweet Rosie O'Grady (1943)
Producer
Claudia (1943)
Producer
Son of Fury (1942)
Associate Producer
Ten Gentlemen from West Point (1942)
Producer
The Magnificent Dope (1942)
Producer
Remember the Day (1942)
Producer
Charley's Aunt (1941)
Producer
This Thing Called Love (1941)
Producer
The Doctor Takes A Wife (1940)
Producer
Let Us Live (1939)
Producer
Good Girls Go to Paris (1939)
Producer
Golden Boy (1939)
Producer
No Time to Marry (1938)
Executive Producer
There's Always a Woman (1938)
Producer
Start Cheering (1938)
Executive Producer
The Lady Objects (1938)
Producer
She Married an Artist (1937)
Executive Producer
The Devil Is Driving (1937)
Executive Producer
It Happened in Hollywood (1937)
Executive Producer
Life Begins with Love (1937)
Executive Producer
It's All Yours (1937)
Producer
The King Steps Out (1936)
Associate Producer

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Teacher's Pet (1958)
Company
The Proud and Profane (1956)
Company

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Shocking Miss Pilgrim, The (1947) - Changing My Tune Brunette and without visible legs throughout this feature, Betty Grable as fictional Cynthia Pilgrim, edgy professional typist, pleased at having found lodging with fellow “social outcasts” in 1874 Boston, offers her first solo from the eleven (!) George and Ira Gershwin originals composed for The Shocking Miss Pilgrim, 1947.
There's Always A Woman (1938) - Go On With Your Quarrelling Bill (Melvyn Douglas), who doesn't know his wife Sally (Joan Blondell) has taken a case for his detective agency he thinks he just shut down, tries to keep up as she tracks the dinner party of her client (Mary Astor), in There's Always A Woman, 1938.
Twilight Of Honor (1963) - I Hope He Croaks Just appointed to defend accused killer Ben Brown (Nick Adams), lawyer David (Richard Chamberlain) is introduced by mistake by the jailer to Mrs. Brown (Joey Heatherton, age 19, in her first movie role), who displays little loyalty in the first instance of director Boris Sagal’s flashback technique, in MGM’s Twilight Of Honor, 1963.
Twilight Of Honor (1963) - I Get Somebody Plastered Maybe not too convincing, the MGM lot as a small New Mexico city, where widowed lawyer David (Richard Chamberlain) has been appointed to defend a drifter accused of killing a cop, visiting his mentor (Claude Rains as Harper) and his daughter (Joan Blackman), in Twilight Of Honor, 1963, co-starring Academy Award nominated Nick Adams.
Twilight Of Honor (1963) - What Sort Of Dance Was It? In court now, Nick Adams (as Ben Brown) on trial for the murder of a popular local cop, who had befriended him and his young wife (Joey Heatherton), their encounter recalled in testimony by Arch Johnson as barkeeper MacWade, James Gregory the prosecutor, top-billed Richard Chamberlain for the defense, in MGM’s Twilight Of Honor, 1963.
Apartment For Peggy (1948) - Tinker To Evers to Chance Professor Barnes (Edmund Gwenn) who, as far as we know, is still secretly planning to take his own life, is welcomed to his attic, where grateful G-I Bill student Jason (William Holden) and wife Peggy (Jeanne Crain) have just moved in, in Apartment For Peggy, 1948.
36 Hours (1964) - Don't You Know Me? At a German espionage site made to look like an American military hospital six years later, German psychologist Gerber (Rod Taylor) and nurse Anna (Eva Marie Saint) observe as American Pike (James Garner), kidnapped on the eve of D-Day, is awakened, in 36 Hours, 1964.
36 Hours (1964) - Body Departed Lisbon Rapid plot development, as we’ve just seen James Garner as American Major Pike, in Lisbon on a mission, carrying details of the D-Day invasion, drugged by unknown villains, then transported in a coffin, evidently to Germany, where Rod Taylor speaks English, in 36 Hours, 1964.
Song Of Bernadette, The (1945) - If You Go Early Little dialogue in director Henry King's opening, Jennifer Jones (as "Bernadette") makes her official movie debut asleep, mother and father (Anne Revere, Roman Bohnen) fighting poverty in 19th century France, in The Song Of Bernadette, 1945.
Song Of Bernadette, The (1945) - This Girl Is Not Deserving Not bright Bernadette (Jennifer Jones) at school in Lourdes, scolded by her teacher (Gladys Cooper), defended somewhat by her sister (Ermadean Walters), all of them visited by Dean Peymarale (Charles Bickford), early in The Song Of Bernadette, 1945.
Song Of Bernadette, The - Maybe She's Dead! Left alone while her sturdier sister (Ermadean Walters) and friend (Mary Anderson) seek firewood, Bernadette (Jennifer Jones) at the grotto sees a vision (resembling Linda Darnell) for the first time, in Henry King's The Song Of Bernadette, 1945.
Anything Can Happen (1952) - You're The Very Latest From the harbor to Ellis Island, opening scenes as Georgian Giorgi (Jose Ferrer), with experienced Turkish pal Nuri (Kurt Kasznar), meets an especially cordial customs officer (Bert Freed), in Perlberg and Seaton's Anything Can Happen, 1952.

Companions

Dagmar Brox
Wife
Divorced.

Bibliography