Benedict Bogeaus


Biography

Benedict Bogeaus built an impressive career for himself producing throughout Hollywood. Working on movies including the Lynn Bari drama "The Bridge of San Luis Rey" (1944), "Captain Kidd" (1945) and the George Raft drama "Mr. Ace" (1946). He also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "The Diary of a Chambermaid" (1946) with Paulette Goddard, "Christmas Eve" (1947) and the dramatic adventur...

Biography

Benedict Bogeaus built an impressive career for himself producing throughout Hollywood. Working on movies including the Lynn Bari drama "The Bridge of San Luis Rey" (1944), "Captain Kidd" (1945) and the George Raft drama "Mr. Ace" (1946). He also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "The Diary of a Chambermaid" (1946) with Paulette Goddard, "Christmas Eve" (1947) and the dramatic adventure "The Macomber Affair" (1947) with Gregory Peck, Bogeaus began his producing career in film. Bogeaus continued to focus on film through the forties and the fifties, producing movies like "A Miracle Can Happen" (1948) with Burgess Meredith, "The Crooked Way" (1949) and the crime picture "My Outlaw Brother" (1951) with Mickey Rooney. He also appeared in "Appointment in Honduras" (1953) with Glenn Ford, the Teresa Wright crime flick "Count the Hours" (1953) and the western "Cattle Queen of Montana" (1954) with Barbara Stanwyck. Bogeaus then focused on film, producing "Passion" (1954), the Barbara Stanwyck adventurous drama "Escape to Burma" (1955) and the John Payne drama "Tennessee's Partner" (1955). He also appeared in "The River's Edge" (1957) and the historical film "From the Earth to the Moon" (1958) with Joseph Cotten. Bogeaus last produced the sci-fi motion picture "The Most Dangerous Man Alive" (1961) with Ron Randell.

Filmography

 

Producer (Feature Film)

Most Dangerous Man Alive (1961)
Producer
Jet over the Atlantic (1959)
Producer
Enchanted Island (1958)
Presented By
From the Earth to the Moon (1958)
Producer
From the Earth to the Moon (1958)
Presented By
Enchanted Island (1958)
Producer
The River's Edge (1957)
Producer
Slightly Scarlet (1956)
Producer
Slightly Scarlet (1956)
Presented By
Pearl of the South Pacific (1955)
Presented By
Tennessee's Partner (1955)
Presented By
Escape to Burma (1955)
Producer
Pearl of the South Pacific (1955)
Producer
Tennessee's Partner (1955)
Producer
Escape to Burma (1955)
Presented By
Silver Lode (1954)
Producer
Passion (1954)
Producer
Passion (1954)
Presented By
Cattle Queen of Montana (1954)
Producer
Cattle Queen of Montana (1954)
Presented By
Silver Lode (1954)
Presented By
Appointment in Honduras (1953)
Presented By
Appointment in Honduras (1953)
Producer
Count the Hours (1953)
Producer
One Big Affair (1952)
Presented By
My Outlaw Brother (1951)
Presented By
My Outlaw Brother (1951)
Producer
Johnny One-Eye (1950)
Producer
The Crooked Way (1949)
Presented By
On Our Merry Way (1948)
Presented By
The Girl from Manhattan (1948)
Producer
On Our Merry Way (1948)
Producer
The Girl from Manhattan (1948)
Presented By
Christmas Eve (1947)
Presented By
The Macomber Affair (1947)
Presented By
The Macomber Affair (1947)
Producer
Christmas Eve (1947)
Producer
The Diary of a Chambermaid (1946)
Producer
Mr. Ace (1946)
Producer
Captain Kidd (1945)
Producer
Dark Waters (1944)
Producer
The Bridge of San Luis Rey (1944)
Producer

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Lulu Belle (1948)
Company
Mr. Ace (1946)
Company

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Enchanted Island (1958) - You Don't Find Cannibals That Pretty Dana Andrews as sailor Abner, fleeing a vengeful captain in the South Seas circa 1842, wraps this with a line probably not from the original Herman Melville novel as, with injured buddy Tom (Don Dubbins) they pursue native Fayaway (Jane Powell), her first scene, in Enchanted Island, 1958.
Captain Kidd (1945) - Touched Off The Magazine The title character (Charles Laughton), secretly a pirate, and aide Lorenzo (Gilbert Roland) transfer the nobleman (Lumsden Hare) and daughter (Barbara Britton) and their treasure to their ship, their game soon revealed, the under-cover good guy Mercy (Randolph Scott) worried, in Captain Kidd, 1945.
Enchanted Island (1958) - The Wind Stinks Of Sin Allan Dwan opens his final film, on location on the Mexican Pacific coast, from Herman Melville's novel Typee, introducing sailors Dana Andrews and Don Dubbins, island pimp Arthur Shields, officer Les Hellman and Ted de Corsia their cruel captain, in Enchanted Island, 1958, also starring Jane Powell.
Enchanted Island (1958) - What Is Your Favorite Meat? With his wounded buddy Tom (Don Dubbins), New England-based sailor Abner (Dana Andrews) has been taken in by a South Sea island tribe, represented by lovely Fayaway (Jane Powell), still worried they may be cannibals, in Enchanted Island, 1958, from a Herman Melville novel.
Christmas Eve (1947) - We Have No License Opening scenes, we meet Philip (Reginald Denny) who's brought a judge and doctor (Clarence Kolb, Carl Harbord) to meet his maybe-nutty New York heiress Aunt Matilda (Ann Harding), in the holiday crime-comedy hybrid Christmas Eve (a.k.a. Holiday For Sinners), 1947.
Christmas Eve (1947) - By The Love Seat We meet shiftless New York playboy Michael (George Brent), unaware of the larger drama involving his heiress adoptive aunt, with ex-gal Ann (Joan Blondell) messing with his plans to marry society girl Harriet (Molly Lamont) in Christmas Eve (a.k.a. Holiday For Sinners), 1947.
Christmas Eve (1947) - The Sea Is A Wide Place In the byzantine tale of his imperiled maiden aunt back in New York, ex-pat South American club owner Mario (George Raft) discovers a fugitive Nazi (Konstantine Shayne) has been scamming his girlfriend (Virginia Field), in the crime-comedy Christmas Eve (a.k.a. Holiday For Sinners), 1947.
Crooked Way, The - Right To Come Home Amnesiac ex-soldier and ex-con Eddie (John Payne) arrives in L-A trying to figure out who he is, when Nina (Ellen Drew) immediately recognizes him, early in Robert Florey's The Crooked Way, 1948.
Macomber Affair, The (1947) - Women Sometimes Make Trouble In Kenya, hunter Wilson (Gregory Peck) is filling out the report on the shooting death of his client Macomber (Robert Preston), whom we meet in flashback, attitudes from Ernest Hemingway's original story emerging, in director Zoltan Korda's The Macomber Affair, 1947.
Macomber Affair, The (1947) - She Looked Good Doing It The animals, though not the actors, are in East Africa, Hunter Wilson (Gregory Peck) guiding Margo (Joan Bennett) and Francis (Robert Preston), whom we know will not survive, Macomber on the first night of their safari, in The Macomber Affair, 1947, from an Ernest Hemingway story.
Macomber Affair, The (1947) - They're Devils To Kill The opening not from Ernest Hemingway's short story but as devised by director Zoltan Korda and his screenwriters, Gregory Peck as African hunter Wilson, Joan Bennett the bereaved wife Margaret, Reginald Denny as colonial policeman Smollet, in The Macomber Affair, 1947.
Diary Of A Chambermaid, The (1946) - Filthy Souls Director Jean Renoir's opening scene, narrative device introducing Paulette Goddard as the title character Celestine, along with fellow servant Louise (Irene Ryan) and presumptuous Joseph (Francis Lederer), from The Diary Of A Chambermaid, 1946.

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