Samuel Bischoff


Producer

Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

Where Trails Begin (1927)
Story

Producer (Feature Film)

The Strangler (1964)
Producer
Operation Eichmann (1961)
Producer
King of the Roaring 20's--The Story of Arnold Rothstein (1961)
Producer
Screaming Eagles (1956)
Producer
The Phenix City Story (1955)
Producer
A Bullet for Joey (1955)
Producer
The Las Vegas Story (1952)
Executive Producer
Macao (1952)
Executive Producer
Sealed Cargo (1951)
Executive Producer
Best of the Badmen (1951)
Executive Producer
Mrs. Mike (1949)
Executive Producer
Outpost in Morocco (1949)
Executive Producer
Pitfall (1948)
Producer
The Corpse Came C.O.D. (1947)
Producer
Intrigue (1947)
Producer
Mr. District Attorney (1947)
Producer
A Thousand and One Nights (1945)
Producer
Carolina Blues (1944)
Producer
None Shall Escape (1944)
Producer
Dangerous Blondes (1943)
Producer
There's Something About a Soldier (1943)
Producer
Appointment in Berlin (1943)
Producer
A Night to Remember (1942)
Producer
Two Yanks in Trinidad (1942)
Producer
They Dare Not Love (1941)
Producer
You'll Never Get Rich (1941)
Producer
Texas (1941)
Producer
Three Girls About Town (1941)
Producer
Castle on the Hudson (1940)
Associate Producer
Three Cheers for the Irish (1940)
Associate Producer
Escape to Glory (1940)
Producer
A Child Is Born (1940)
Associate Producer
The Roaring Twenties (1939)
Associate Producer
The Golden Arrow (1936)
Producer
The Golden Arrow (1936)
Producer
The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936)
Associate Producer
The Big Brain (1933)
Associate Producer
Deluge (1933)
Associate Producer
Lena Rivers (1932)
Producer
Lasca of the Rio Grande (1931)
Associate Producer
The Homicide Squad (1931)
Associate Producer
Blondes by Choice (1927)
Supervisor
The Rose of Kildare (1927)
Supervisor
Flying High (1926)
Producer

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Mrs. Mike (1949)
Company

Misc. Crew (Short)

The Flag: A Story Inspired by the Tradition of Betsy Ross (1927)
Supervisor

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Las Vegas Story, The (1952) - This Is A Windy Town We’ve seen Jane Russell, who has a history in town, and shifty husband Vincent Price arrive at their hotel when Victor Mature, as deputy Andrews, himself part of that history, joins, checking with Drucker (Gordon Oliver), then some would-be newlyweds (Chet Marshall, Colleen Miller), in The Las Vegas Story, 1952.
Las Vegas Story, The (1952) - I Get Along Without You Very Well Jane Russell as ex-Las Vegas songbird Linda explores her old haunts, with nice location footage, dropping in at her old club, where Hoagy Carmichael is still at the piano, flashing-back on her old song, his famous composition, ex-flame Victor Mature included, in The Las Vegas Story, 1952.
Las Vegas Story, The (1952) - Clark County, Nevada Hoagy Carmichael narrates as musician Happy, introducing the town, himself, Jane Russell and briefly Victor Mature in their roles, then Vincent Price appears as her husband, opening The Las Vegas Story, 1952, from RKO, director Robert Stevenson and Vegas-invested studio boss Howard Hughes.
You'll Never Get Rich (1941) - Boogie Barcarolle Dance director Robert (Fred Astaire) takes a call from frisky financier Cortland (Robert Benchley), then rehearses with not-intimidated Sheila (Rita Hayworth), their first on-screen dance together and a Cole Porter tune, early in You'll Never Get Rich, 1941.
You'll Never Get Rich (1941) - Since I Kissed My Baby Goodbye Rita Hayworth and her presumptive mother-in-law arriving at the base, then a special treatment of Cole Porter's Oscar-nominated original, Lucius "Dusty" Brooks' vocal, Fred Astaire's unorthodox tap solo, Robert Alton choreography, in Columbia's You'll Never Get Rich, 1941.
You'll Never Get Rich (1941) - So Near And Yet So Far Their feuding characters persuaded to perform together, Fred Astaire and Rita Hayworth in their first musical as a team, dancing to a Cole Porter original, staged by Robert Alton, in the Columbia hit You'll Never Get Rich, 1941.
Thousand And One Nights, A (1945) - No Man May Gaze Upon The Princess Following the opening in which they got in trouble in the market in Baghdad, Alladin (Cornel Wilde) and Abdullah (Phil Silvers) are hiding when the Princess Armina (Adele Jergens) happens to be carried along, wooing ensuing, in Columbia’s A Thousand And One Nights, 1945, also starring Evelyn Keyes.
Thousand And One Nights, A (1945) - I Can't Believe My Eyes Highly decorative Columbia stars, Adele Jergens as princess Armina, attended by the model and WWII pin-up Ruth “Dusty” Anderson as Novira, (who would soon retire from pictures and become Mrs. Jean Negulesco), pursued by Cornel Wilde as Alladin, with another song (vocal by Tom Clark) by Saul Chaplin and Eddie de Lange, in A Thousand And One Nights, 1945.
Thousand And One Nights, A (1945) - I Could Have Sworn That Was Lana Turner Opening the pricey Columbia Technicolor feature, Phil Silvers is the bespectacled oddball Abdullah, the real Lana Turner in a cameo, then Cornel Wilde as the hunky Alladin, his vocal dubbed by Tom Clark, song by Saul Chaplin and Eddie de Lange, in A Thousand And One Nights, 1945, also starring Adele Jergens and Evelyn Keyes.
Phenix City Story, The (1955) - Eye Witness Report Genuine newsman Clete Roberts introduces himself and local reporter Ed Strickland on old-fashioned 16mm film in the first part of the prologue to director Phil Karlson's The Phenix City Story, 1955.
Phenix City Story, The (1955) - I'm Having A Turtle Race Happy Alabama crime boss Tanner (Edward Andrews) and his sly aide Cassie (Jean Carson) are overseeing affairs at the "Poppy Club," as various characters are introduced in Phil Karlson's The Phenix City Story, 1955.
Gold Diggers In Paris (1938) - Something Impressionistic? Rudy Vallee and Allen Jenkins as bandleader Terry and sidekick Duke need a ballet instructor to prepare for a trip to Paris, meeting dancer Kay (Rosemary Lane, in her first starring role in her brief Warner Bros. career) and Fritz Feld as French Leoni, in Gold Diggers In Paris, 1938.

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