Jack Rose


Screenwriter

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

A Marriage (1985)
Mark

Writer (Feature Film)

The Great Muppet Caper (1981)
Screenwriter
Lost And Found (1979)
Screenwriter
A Touch Of Class (1973)
Writer
The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964)
Screenwriter
Papa's Delicate Condition (1963)
Screenwriter
Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? (1963)
Screenwriter
Who's Got the Action? (1962)
Screenwriter
On the Double (1961)
Screenwriter
It Started in Naples (1960)
Screenwriter
The Five Pennies (1959)
Screenwriter
Houseboat (1958)
Writer
Beau James (1957)
Screenwriter
The Seven Little Foys (1955)
Written for Screen by
Living It Up (1954)
Screenwriter
April in Paris (1953)
Writer
Trouble Along the Way (1953)
Screenwriter
Room for One More (1952)
Screenwriter
I'll See You In My Dreams (1952)
Writer
On Moonlight Bay (1951)
Screenwriter
The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady (1950)
Screenwriter
The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady (1950)
Story
Riding High (1950)
Additional Dialogue
It's a Great Feeling (1949)
Screenwriter
Sorrowful Jones (1949)
Screenwriter
The Great Lover (1949)
Writer
Always Leave Them Laughing (1949)
Screenwriter
The Paleface (1948)
Additional Dialogue
Ladies' Man (1947)
Screenwriter
My Favorite Brunette (1947)
Original Screenplay
Road to Rio (1947)
Original story and Screenplay
Are They Born or Made? (1915)
Scen

Producer (Feature Film)

The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964)
Producer
Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? (1963)
Producer
Papa's Delicate Condition (1963)
Producer
Who's Got the Action? (1962)
Producer
On the Double (1961)
Producer
It Started in Naples (1960)
Producer
The Five Pennies (1959)
Producer
Houseboat (1958)
Producer
Beau James (1957)
Producer
The Seven Little Foys (1955)
Producer

Music (Feature Film)

Around the World in 80 Days (1956)
Musician

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Honeymoon, Limited (1935)
Casting Director

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? (1963)
Company

Cast (Special)

Love, Long Distance (1985)

Writer (Special)

The 60th Annual Academy Awards Presentation (1988)
Writer

Special Thanks (Special)

The 60th Annual Academy Awards Presentation (1988)
Writer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Living It Up (1954) - I Mean A Female Girl New Mexico doctor Steve (Dean Martin) is sorry he can’t pretend patient Homer (Jerry Lewis) really has radiation poisoning, even though it’s costing him a trip to New York, until he meets reporter Wally (Janet Leigh) from the sponsoring newspaper, in the remake of Nothing Sacred, Living It Up, 1954.
April In Paris (1952) - Life Is Such A Pleasure Imagining himself president, bumbling diplomat S. Winthrop Putnam (Ray Bolger) launches into a specialty tune by Vernon Duke and E.Y. Harburg, Leroy Prinz the credited choreographer, in the Warner Bros. musical April In Paris, 1952, starring Doris Day.
April In Paris (1952) - It Must Be Good Nervous diplomat Sam (Ray Bolger) on Broadway on state department business, discovers showgirl Ethel "Dynamite" Jackson (Doris Day), whom he's accidentally arranged to send to Paris, in a number with a song by Vernon Duke and Sammy Cahn, early in April In Paris, 1952.
It's A Great Feeling (1949) - Thanks, Coop Big cameo opening, directors Raoul Walsh, King Vidor, Michael Curtiz, David Butler (who did direct), Bill Goodwin playing a Warner exec, then Dennis Morgan as himself for the big finish with Gary Cooper, from the Jack Carson/Doris Day studio frolic It's A Great Feeling, 1949.
It's A Great Feeling (1949) - Oh Mr. Carson! Warner Bros.' waitress Judy (Doris Day) meets Sydney Greenstreet, en route to serve Jack Carson, assigned to direct his own movie because no on else will, as he tries to lure Dennis Morgan back to Hollywood to star, in the studio-tour romp It's A Great Feeling, 1949.
It's A Great Feeling (1949) - There's Nothing Rougher Than Love Judy (Doris Day) headed home on the train after failure in Hollywood, dreams a Frenchified Sammy Cahn/Jule Styne number, shared with her erstwhile advocates Jack Carson and Dennis Morgan, in Warner Bros.' It's A Great Feeling, 1949.
I'll See You In My Dreams - I Just Work Here Meeting cute in Chicago, 1908, working stiff Gus Kahn (Danny Thomas) accosts publishing house staffer Grace LeBoy (Doris Day), seeking a review of his work, opening the Warner Bros. bio-pic I'll See You In My Dreams, 1952.
Seven Little Foys, The - I'm The Next Act Bob Hope as vaudevillian Eddie Foy, desperate to be seen by agent Green (George Tobias), intrudes on the Italian ballet sister act, (Milly Vitale as dancer Madeleine, Angela Clarke as pianist Clara), the real Charley Foy narrating, in The Seven Little Foys, 1955.
Seven Little Foys, The - Mary's A Grand Old Name Certainly the best remembered piece in the picture, James Cagney appearing as George M. Cohan (as he did in Yankee Doodle Dandy), presents an award to rival Eddie Foy (Bob Hope), before they tangle to a Cohan song, in The Seven Little Foys, 1955.
Seven Little Foys, The - Nobody Eddie Foy (Bob Hope) is romancing Italian dancer Madeleine (Milly Vitale), hiding his secret plan to turn her act into a gag featuring him, when his co-conspirator, agent Barney (George Tobias), interrupts, a Bert Williams song following, in The Seven Little Foys, 1955.
Room For One More (1952) - I'm A Disturbed Adult Strapped dad George "Poppy" Rose (Cary Grant) rousing wife Anna (Betsy Drake), who forgot to tell him about her visit to the adoption agency, young Jane (Iris Mann, her first scene) and Miss Kenyon (Lurene Tuttle) waiting downstairs, early in Room For One More, 1952.
Room For One More (1952) - Kindness Of Others Happy at breakfast, foster child Jane (Iris Mann) with the other Rose kids (George Winslow, Gay Gordon et al) when the call comes from the adoption agency, mom Anna (Betsy Drake) and dad George (Cary Grant) bearing up, in Norman Taurog's Room For One More, 1952.

Family

Eva Rose
Sister
Older; survived him.
Eddie Rose
Brother
Lawyer. Older.
Jonathan Rose Levitt
Son
Mother was Rose's first wife; survived him.
Felicia Rose Levitt
Daughter
Mother was Rose's first wife; survived him.
Melissa Mary Rose
Daughter
Mother Audrey Mary Rose; survived him.

Companions

Audrey Mary Rose
Wife

Bibliography