Sol C. Siegel


Producer

Biography

Filmography

 

Producer (Feature Film)

No Way To Treat a Lady (1968)
Producer
Walk, Don't Run (1966)
Producer
Alvarez Kelly (1966)
Producer
Ben-Hur (1959)
Executive Producer
Man on Fire (1957)
Producer
Les Girls (1957)
Producer
High Society (1956)
Producer
Broken Lance (1954)
Producer
Three Coins in the Fountain (1954)
Producer
There's No Business Like Show Business (1954)
Producer
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)
Producer
The President's Lady (1953)
Producer
Call Me Madam (1953)
Producer
Dreamboat (1952)
Producer
What Price Glory (1952)
Producer
Monkey Business (1952)
Producer
Deadline--U.S.A. (1952)
Producer
I'll Never Forget You (1951)
Producer
On the Riviera (1951)
Producer
I Can Get It for You Wholesale (1951)
Producer
Fourteen Hours (1951)
Producer
Stella (1950)
Producer
My Blue Heaven (1950)
Producer
Panic in the Streets (1950)
Producer
Prince of Foxes (1949)
Producer
House of Strangers (1949)
Producer
I Was a Male War Bride (1949)
Producer
A Letter to Three Wives (1949)
Producer
The Iron Curtain (1948)
Producer
Cry of the City (1948)
Producer
The Perils of Pauline (1947)
Producer
Welcome Stranger (1947)
Producer
Blue Skies (1946)
Producer
Kiss and Tell (1945)
Producer
Hostages (1943)
Associate Producer
Lady Bodyguard (1943)
Producer
SOS Coast Guard (1942)
Associate Producer
Street of Chance (1942)
Producer
Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch (1942)
Producer
Henry Aldrich, Editor (1942)
Producer
Henry and Dizzy (1942)
Producer
Priorities on Parade (1942)
Producer
True to the Army (1942)
Producer
Pacific Blackout (1942)
Producer
World Premiere (1941)
Producer
Among the Living (1941)
Producer
Henry Aldrich for President (1941)
Producer
Buy Me That Town (1941)
Producer
Glamour Boy (1941)
Producer
Night of January 16th (1941)
Producer
West Point Widow (1941)
Producer
Hi-Yo Silver (1940)
Associate Producer
Women in War (1940)
Associate Producer
Hit Parade of 1941 (1940)
Associate Producer
Three Faces West (1940)
Associate Producer
Melody Ranch (1940)
Associate Producer
Dark Command (1940)
Associate Producer
Man of Conquest (1939)
Associate Producer
Should Husbands Work? (1939)
Associate Producer
The Zero Hour (1939)
Associate Producer
She Married a Cop (1939)
Associate Producer
Woman Doctor (1939)
Associate Producer
My Wife's Relatives (1939)
Associate Producer
The Purple Vigilantes (1938)
Associate Producer
The Higgins Family (1938)
Associate Producer
Under Western Stars (1938)
Associate Producer
The Old Barn Dance (1938)
Associate Producer
Army Girl (1938)
Executive Producer
Call the Mesquiteers (1938)
Producer
Springtime in the Rockies (1937)
Associate Producer
Range Defenders (1937)
Associate Producer
Heart of the Rockies (1937)
Associate Producer
The Trigger Trio (1937)
Associate Producer
Public Cowboy No. 1 (1937)
Associate Producer
Wild Horse Rodeo (1937)
Associate Producer
Gunsmoke Ranch (1937)
Associate Producer
Boots and Saddles (1937)
Associate Producer
Come On, Cowboys! (1937)
Associate Producer
The Riders of the Whistling Skull (1937)
Associate Producer
Hit the Saddle (1937)
Associate Producer
Larceny on the Air (1937)
Associate Producer
Paradise Express (1937)
Associate Producer
The Three Mesquiteers (1936)
Associate Producer
Ghost-Town Gold (1936)
Associate Producer
Roarin' Lead (1936)
Producer
Bulldog Edition (1936)
Associate Producer

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Alvarez Kelly (1966)
Company
Walk, Don't Run (1966)
Company
Home from the Hill (1960)
Company
The World, the Flesh and the Devil (1959)
Company
Some Came Running (1959)
Company
Merry Andrew (1958)
Company
Les Girls (1957)
Company

Life Events

Photo Collections

High Society - Grace Kelly Behind-the-Scenes Stills
Here are several photos of Grace Kelly taken behind-the-scenes during production of MGM's High Society (1956), costarring Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby, and directed by Charles Walters.

Videos

Movie Clip

Broken Lance (1954) - The Governor Wants To See You Emerging from a deep dark prison to 20th Century-Fox Cinemascope Technicolor, Robert Wagner as Joe Devereaux gets escorted (by John Epper) to the see the governor at the state capitol, stopping to gaze at a portrait of his dad (Spencer Tracy), opening Edward Dmytryk’s burly Western Broken Lance, 1954.
Broken Lance (1954) - I'm Afraid Of No One But You Well into the flashback of the last days of the late Spencer Tracy (as rancher Matt Devereaux) we meet Katy Jurado, in one of her best roles, as his wife “Señora” Devereaux, in fact of Native American origin, dressing a wound discussing troubles with his older sons and their one shared, in director Edward Dmytryk’s Broken Lance, 1954.
Broken Lance (1954) - Stay Close To Me Director Edward Dmytryk staging a tense prelude to a big action piece, Spencer Tracy as rancher Devereaux with his sons (Richard Widmark, Hugh O’Brian, Earl Holliman and Robert Wagner as Joe) confronts McAndrews (Robert Burton), boss of the copper mine that’s poisoning his cattle, in Broken Lance, 1954.
Letter To Three Wives, A -- (1948) - Pomp And Hysteria Now well inside complex flashbacks, radio soap opera writer Rita (Ann Sothern), with husband George (Kirk Douglas), who's not excited about the dinner she's planned, gets a gift from local vixen Addie (voice by Celeste Holm), in Joseph L. Mankiewicz's A Letter To Three Wives, 1948.
Time Machine, The (1960) - No Paradise Having crash landed the machine upon making the big leap to the year 802701, George (Rod Taylor) explores what appears to be unpopulated living space, where much will transpire, in George Pal's The Time Machine, 1960.
House Of Strangers (1949) - Vengeance Is A Rare Wine Susan Hayward, not yet identified as Irene, enters the uptown apartment where we’ve just seen Richard Conte, as newly paroled Max Monetti, arrive, after facing off with his brothers at their family-owned Lower Manhattan bank, and their first encounter, in Joseph L. Mankiewicz’s House Of Strangers, 1949.
House Of Strangers (1949) - The Bank Will Open When I Get There Artful introduction of top-billed Edward G. Robinson as Gino Monetti (we’ve seen his portrait earlier, at the family-owned Manhattan bank), with Richard Conte as just-paroled son Max, visiting the vacant family home, and playing some Verdi, Joseph L. Mankiewicz directing, Luther Adler the elder son, in House Of Strangers, 1949.
House Of Strangers (1949) - Money Is A Great Cleanser Having jumped back in time at least seven years, to when Manhattan Italian banker Gino Monetti (Edward G. Robinson) lived, we see the first meeting of Susan Hayward as Irene and Richard Conte as his son and in-house lawyer Max, Paul Valentine as the younger brother and security guard, in Joseph L. Mankiewicz’s House Of Strangers, 1949.
Les Girls (1957) - I've Seen You Dance Auditioning in Paris, Joanne (Mitzi Gaynor) and Sybil (Kay Kendall) are snarky and sweet as their boss Barry (Gene Kelly) hires French Angele (Tania Elg) for their act, in the first flashback, in George Cukor's loose adaptation of Vera Caspary's Idiot's Delight, Les Girls, 1957.
Les Girls - Why Am I So Gone About That Gal? Gene Kelly goes all Brando, with Mitzi Gaynor, in the famous biker number, to Cole Porter's Why Am I So Gone About That Gal?, choreography by Jack Cole, in Les Girls, 1957.
Monkey Business (1952) - Not Yet, Cary! Perhaps a bit creaky now but a neatly tied-in opening from director Howard Hawks, introducing Cary Grant as scientist Barnaby Fulton, Ginger Rogers as his wife Edwina, in Monkey Business, 1952, co-starring Marilyn Monroe.
Under Western Stars (1938) - Cattlemen Fight For Water Spinning headlines into action, Roy Rogers and his crew (Smiley Burnette as sidekick “Frog”) are running fence, the Republic Pictures crew working at Tinnemaha Reservoir, out near Death Valley, as we’re left to surmise the competing interests in a Western water war, opening Under Western Stars, 1938.

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