Herman Schlom


Producer

Biography

Filmography

 

Producer (Feature Film)

Trail Guide (1952)
Producer
Target (1952)
Producer
Road Agent (1952)
Producer
The Half-Breed (1952)
Producer
Desert Passage (1952)
Producer
Best of the Badmen (1951)
Producer
Saddle Legion (1951)
Producer
Hot Lead (1951)
Producer
Pistol Harvest (1951)
Producer
Gunplay (1951)
Producer
Overland Telegraph (1951)
Producer
Armored Car Robbery (1950)
Producer
Law of the Badlands (1950)
Producer
Rio Grande Patrol (1950)
Producer
Storm Over Wyoming (1950)
Producer
Rider from Tucson (1950)
Producer
Dynamite Pass (1950)
Producer
Border Treasure (1950)
Producer
Masked Raiders (1949)
Producer
Brothers in the Saddle (1949)
Producer
Stagecoach Kid (1949)
Producer
The Mysterious Desperado (1949)
Producer
Rustlers (1949)
Producer
Follow Me Quietly (1949)
Producer
Riders of the Range (1949)
Producer
The Clay Pigeon (1949)
Producer
Gun Smugglers (1948)
Producer
Western Heritage (1948)
Producer
Guns of Hate (1948)
Producer
The Arizona Ranger (1948)
Producer
Indian Agent (1948)
Producer
The Devil Thumbs a Ride (1947)
Producer
Dick Tracy's Dilemma (1947)
Producer
Seven Keys to Baldpate (1947)
Producer
Wild Horse Mesa (1947)
Producer
Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome (1947)
Producer
Born to Kill (1947)
Producer
Thunder Mountain (1947)
Producer
Under the Tonto Rim (1947)
Producer
Code of the West (1947)
Producer
The Falcon's Adventure (1946)
Producer
Genius at Work (1946)
Producer
Dick Tracy vs. Cueball (1946)
Producer
The Bamboo Blonde (1946)
Producer
The Truth About Murder (1946)
Producer
Sunset Pass (1946)
Producer
Ding Dong Williams (1946)
Producer
The Brighton Strangler (1945)
Producer
Dick Tracy (1945)
Producer
Wanderer of the Wasteland (1945)
Producer
A Game of Death (1945)
Producer
Betrayal from the East (1945)
Producer
West of the Pecos (1945)
Producer
Passport to Destiny (1944)
Producer
Gildersleeve's Ghost (1944)
Producer
A Night of Adventure (1944)
Producer
Nevada (1944)
Producer
Gildersleeve on Broadway (1943)
Producer
Gildersleeve's Bad Day (1943)
Producer
Seven Miles from Alcatraz (1943)
Producer
Highways by Night (1942)
Producer
The Great Gildersleeve (1942)
Producer
Li'l Abner (1940)
Associate Producer
The Mysterious Miss X (1939)
Associate Producer
Sabotage (1939)
Associate Producer
Mickey, the Kid (1939)
Associate Producer
Pride of the Navy (1939)
Associate Producer
I Was a Convict (1939)
Associate Producer
Orphans of the Street (1938)
Associate Producer
Romance on the Run (1938)
Associate Producer
The Night Hawk (1938)
Associate Producer
Arson Gang Busters (1938)
Associate Producer
Prison Nurse (1938)
Associate Producer
Come On, Leathernecks (1938)
Associate Producer
Michael O'Halloran (1937)
Associate Producer
The Sheik Steps Out (1937)
Associate Producer
Circus Girl (1937)
Executive Producer
The Duke Comes Back (1937)
Associate Producer
Hearts in Bondage (1936)
Executive Producer
Country Gentlemen (1936)
Associate Producer
Beware of Ladies (1936)
Associate Producer

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Forbidden Heaven (1935)
Production Manager
Two Sinners (1935)
Production Manager
Cappy Ricks Returns (1935)
Production Manager

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Gildersleeve On Broadway (1943) - I'm Studying Your Technique Throckmorton (Harold Peary, title character and star of the coincident NBC radio series), persuaded that he needs to woo the forthright New York gold-digger Francine (Claire Carleton) away from his niece’s boyfriend, encourages her mistaken belief that he’s rich, and impresses the window washer (Leonid Kinskey), in RKO’s third feature in the series, Gildersleeve On Broadway, 1943.
Follow Me Quietly (1949) - They're Twins With Two Heads Discouraged cop Grant (William Lundigan) is moderately surprised to see Ann (Dorothy Patrick), reporter for a low-rent crime magazine, spicily dressed and awaiting him in his apartment, and decides to test her determination, in Follow Me Quietly, 1949, directed by Richard Fleischer, from a script originated by Anthony Mann.
Gildersleeve On Broadway (1943) - Take The Hand Of Your Beloved Opening (Frank Dawson as the preacher in idyllic Summerfield) with Uncle Throckmorton (Harold Peary, title character and also star of the NBC radio sitcom) with nephew Leroy (Freddie Mercer), ogling Ann Doran as Matlida, annoying teenage niece Marjie (Margaret Landry, replacing Nancy Gates), in the third feature in the RKO series, Gildersleeve On Broadway, 1943.
Great Gildersleeve, The (1942) - That Female Man Trap! Title character (Harold Peavy) is hiding in the basement (visited by Lillian Randolph as Birdie) to avoid aggressive spinster Amelia (Mary Field), who’s made an unwelcome house call on singing pupil Leroy (Freddie Mercer, a highly trained singer, doing his own vocal, on an aria often sung by Enrico Caruso), who’s sort-of rescued by sister Margie (Nancy Gates) and her band, early in the first feature in the RKO series, The Great Gildersleeve, 1942.
Gildersleeve's Bad Day (1943) - A Man Who Don't Like Ducks Through contrivance by niece and nephew Margie and Leroy (Nancy Gates, Freddie Mercer), title character “Uncle Morty” (Harold Peary) and the jury are dining at his place, Birdie and aunt Emma (Lillian Randolph, Jane Darwell) serving, Alex Christy the bailiff, Richard LeGrand as Peavy, and semi-crooked George (Harold Landon) on the phone, in GIlderseeve’s Bad Day, 1943.
Gildersleeve's Bad Day (1943) - Save Some Of The Pep! Troublesome laundry delivery guy George (Harold Landon) bothers Peanuts (Jimmy Clemons Jr.) and Leroy (Freddie Mercer) to get at Margie (Nancy Gates), getting ready to open the canteen, prying her from Jimmy (Russell Wade) as he advances the plot to bribe the jury on which their uncle, the title character, is serving, in the second movie in the RKO series, GIlderseeve’s Bad Day, 1943.
Great Gildersleeve, The (1942) - Saves Rubber And Gas! Headed to the train to pick up Aunt Emma (Jane Darwell) to help convince the court he can take care of the kids, the title character (Harold Peary) finds Leroy (Freddie Mercer) has wasted the gas, and Birdie (Lillian Randolph) can’t help, but there’s another vehicle handy, in The Great Gildersleeve, 1942.
Great Gildersleeve, The (1942) - Biggest Man In Summerfield The orphan kids (Nancy Gates and Freddie Mercer as niece and nephew Margie and Leroy) don’t want to be separated by Judge Hooker (Charles Arnt) from their uncle, the title character (Harold Peary) so they decide to mount an aimless campaign, using his own hobby printing press, on his behalf, in the first movie in the RKO series based on the NBC radio sit-com, The Great Gildersleeve, 1942.
Gildersleeve's Bad Day (1943) - I'm No Groundhog, Brother! Rapid exposition, Otis (Dink Trout) is serving summons and arrives at the Gildersleeve’s house where Margie (Nancy Gates) and the gals (Barbara Hale et al) are fundraising, while Birdie (Lillian Randolph) serves and the title character (Harold Peary) and Leroy (Freddie Mercer) are busy in the basement (again!) in RKO’s second feature in the series, GIldersleeve’s Bad Day, 1943.
Armored Car Robbery (1950) - At The Ballpark Little noted at the time but much praised in retrospect, director Richard Fleischer opens with cops Cordell and Phillips (Charles McGraw, James Flavin) racing to the old L-A Wrigley Field, where they don't realize crook Purvus (William Talman) is timing them, in Amored Car Robbery, 1951.
Follow Me Quietly (1949) - Editor Lives To Tell Taking a new call on their current case, we learn here that “The Judge” is a serial killer, as cops Grant and Collins (William Lundigan, Jeff Corey) arrive to interrogate newspaper editor McGill (Frank Ferguson), who recounts his attack, in Follow Me Quietly, 1949.
Armored Car Robbery (1950) - When You Kill A Cop Cops Cordell (Charles McGraw) and Ryan (Don McGuire) are just settling in to watch the stripper and gang moll they plan to interview, when Mapes (Steve Brodie), from the heist gang shows up, bare knuckle interrogation following, in Richard Fleischer's Armored Car Robbery, 1950.

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