Aaron Rosenberg


Producer

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Tap Roots (1948)
Assistant Director
Coroner Creek (1948)
Assistant Director
The Long Night (1947)
Assistant Director
The Bachelor's Daughters (1946)
Assistant Director
The Meanest Man in the World (1943)
Assistant Director
Hello Frisco, Hello (1943)
Assistant Director
Iceland (1942)
Assistant Director
This Above All (1942)
Assistant Director
Hudson's Bay (1941)
Assistant Director
Rise and Shine (1941)
Assistant Director
Week-End in Havana (1941)
Loc Assistant Director
Confirm or Deny (1941)
Assistant Director
Charley's Aunt (1941)
Director
The Great American Broadcast (1941)
Assistant Director
Sailor's Lady (1940)
Assistant Director
Lucky Cisco Kid (1940)
Assistant Director
The Return of Frank James (1940)
Assistant Director
Swanee River (1940)
Assistant Director
Frontier Marshal (1939)
Assistant Director
Stop--Look and Love (1939)
Assistant Director
The Gorilla (1939)
Assistant Director
The Three Musketeers (1939)
Assistant Director
Suez (1938)
Assistant Director
Little Miss Broadway (1938)
Assistant Director
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1938)
Assistant Director
Walking Down Broadway (1938)
Assistant Director
Angel's Holiday (1937)
Assistant Director
That I May Live (1937)
Assistant Director
Lancer Spy (1937)
Assistant Director
Fair Warning (1937)
Assistant Director
Crack-Up (1937)
Assistant Director
Paddy O'Day (1936)
Assistant Director
Charlie Chan at the Race Track (1936)
Assistant Director
Song and Dance Man (1936)
Assistant Director
Educating Father (1936)
Assistant Director
Thank You, Jeeves! (1936)
Assistant Director
The Country Beyond (1936)
Assistant Director
Charlie Chan in Shanghai (1935)
Assistant Director

Cast (Feature Film)

Paddy O'Day (1936)

Producer (Feature Film)

Reflections of Murder (1974)
Producer
The Virginia Hill Story (1974)
Producer
The Boy Who Cried Werewolf (1973)
Producer
The Desperate Mission (1971)
Executive Producer
Lady in Cement (1968)
Producer
The Detective (1968)
Producer
Tony Rome (1967)
Producer
Caprice (1967)
Producer
Smoky (1966)
Producer
Morituri (1965)
Producer
The Reward (1965)
Producer
Do Not Disturb (1965)
Producer
Fate Is the Hunter (1964)
Producer
Shock Treatment (1964)
Producer
Move Over, Darling (1963)
Producer
Mutiny on the Bounty (1962)
Producer
Go Naked in the World (1961)
Producer
It Started with a Kiss (1959)
Producer
Never Steal Anything Small (1959)
Producer
The Badlanders (1958)
Producer
Four Girls in Town (1957)
Producer
The Great Man (1957)
Producer
Joe Butterfly (1957)
Producer
Night Passage (1957)
Producer
Backlash (1956)
Producer
World in My Corner (1956)
Producer
Walk the Proud Land (1956)
Producer
The Benny Goodman Story (1956)
Producer
The Far Country (1955)
Producer
To Hell and Back (1955)
Producer
Foxfire (1955)
Producer
Six Bridges to Cross (1955)
Producer
The Shrike (1955)
Producer
Man Without a Star (1955)
Producer
Saskatchewan (1954)
Producer
The Glenn Miller Story (1954)
Producer
The Man from the Alamo (1953)
Producer
All American (1953)
Producer
Wings of the Hawk (1953)
Producer
Thunder Bay (1953)
Producer
Gunsmoke (1953)
Producer
The World in His Arms (1952)
Producer
Here Come the Nelsons (1952)
Producer
Bend of the River (1952)
Producer
Red Ball Express (1952)
Producer
Iron Man (1951)
Producer
The Raging Tide (1951)
Producer
Air Cadet (1951)
Producer
Cattle Drive (1951)
Producer
Outside the Wall (1950)
Producer
Winchester '73 (1950)
Producer
The Story of Molly X (1949)
Producer
Johnny Stool Pigeon (1949)
Producer
Red Canyon (1949)
Associate Producer
Calamity Jane and Sam Bass (1949)
Associate Producer
Ma and Pa Kettle (1949)
Associate Producer
Feudin', Fussin and A-Fightin' (1948)
Associate Producer
Larceny (1948)
Associate Producer

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Caprice (1967)
Company
Smoky (1966)
Company
Do Not Disturb (1965)
Company
Fate Is the Hunter (1964)
Company

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Foxfire (1955) - What's The Diff? After credits with an eponymous title song (with the lyric written by leading man Jeff Chandler!) promising mining industry melodrama, top-billed Jane Russell encounters car trouble and some sassy Native fellow motorists, in Foxfire, 1955, from the popular novel by Anya Seton.
Move Over, Darling (1963) - I've Been There Before Nick (James Garner) with new wife (Polly Bergen) at the hotel where he honeymooned with presumed-dead Ellen (Doris Day), not knowing she's in the lobby, copying the elevator shot from My Favorite Wife, Fred Clark, Max Showalter and Eddie Quillan on staff, in the re-make Move Over, Darling, 1963.
Morituri (1965) - One Can't Choose One's Parents Complex bit, as German merchant ship captain Mueller (Yul Brynner) realizes Marlon Brando might be (in fact, is!) a spy and saboteur working for the Brits, but accepts his thanks, having just vouched for him with his Nazi superiors, before he confronts his new passenger (Janet Margolin), whom he has deduced is a Jewish refugee, in Morituri, 1965.
Move Over, Darling (1963) - I'm Not Squirming! Having installed his believed-dead wife Ellen (Doris Day) in the next suite, Nick (James Garner) has to deal with his new-wife Bianca (Polly Bergen) on their wedding night, who’s both amorous and furious at his repeated departures, intending to tell her the news, in the re-make of My Favorite Wife, Move Over, Darling 1963.
Move Over, Darling (1963) - What About Binaca? At the hotel where they honeymooned, having seen each other in the lobby as he checked in with his new bride, Nick (James Garner) hurries to find Ellen (Doris Day), who has, on the day she was declared legally dead, returned after five years lost at sea, with no time to explain, in the remake of My Favorite Wife, Move Over, Darling 1963.
Morituri (1965) - Must Have Been A Rat Clever shooting, Academy Award-nominated cinematography by Conrad Hall, with director Bernhard Wicki, following Marlon Brando as Nazi defector engineer Crain, blackmailed by the Brits into posing as a Gestapo officer in order to defuse the self-destruct system on a German merchant ship carrying precious rubber from Japan, in Morituri, 1965.
Move Over, Darling (1963) - Follow That Car! Following a contretemps at the Beverly Hills Hotel, Ellen (Doris Day) flees in a convertible as husband Nick (James Garner) grabs a cab, climaxing in Doris getting run through a car wash, in the 1963 re-make of My Favorite Wive, Move Over, Darling.
Move Over, Darling (1963) - She's Drownded! Doris Day is Ellen, still in her Navy dungarees, returning unannounced to her Beverly Hills home, her daughters (Pami Lee, Leslie Farrell) having no idea she's been rescued after five years on a desert island, her mother-in-law (Thelma Ritter) plain shocked, in the re-make of My Favorite Wife, Move Over, Darling, 1963 co-starring James Garner.
Morituri (1965) - You Have No Family First scene for both, British Colonel Slatter (Trevor Howard) in India advises "Crain" (Marlon Brando) that he knows he faked his identity, and he's about to help the allies, in Morituri, 1965, from the novel by Werner Joerg Luddecke.
Bend Of The River (1952) - Having A Little Trouble? Trail guide McClintock (James Stewart) visits Portland where his buddy Cole (Arthur Kennedy) has signed on with the saloon, along with would-be settler Laura (Julie Adams), but they re-unite when supplier Hendricks (Howard Petrie) makes trouble, gambler Wilson (Rock Hudson) offering backup, in Anthony Mann's Bend Of The River, 1952.
Winchester '73 - The Gun That Won The West Opening the first in the series of seminal Westerns directed by Anthony Mann and starring James Stewart who, with sidekick Millard Mitchell, rides into Dodge City on the day of the nation's centennial, meeting a chilled out Will Geer and fuming Shelley Winters, in Winchester '73, 1950.
Go Naked In The World (1961) - I'm Not For Sale Army engineer NIck (Anthony Franciosa) has apologized for not telling his dad, New York construction baron Pete (Ernest Borgnine, only eleven years Franciosa's senior, though at least they're both Italian) he was in town on leave, but they're not done arguing, in Go Naked In The World, 1961.

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