Aubrey Wisberg


Biography

Aubrey Wisberg's talent for screenwriting gave her a Hollywood career. Wisberg began her entertainment career in film writing following credits on "Counter-Espionage" (1942), "After Midnight With Boston Blackie" (1943) and "They Came to Blow Up America" (1943). She also appeared in the adventure "Adventures of Rusty" (1945) with Ted Donaldson, "Betrayal From the East" (1945) and "Es...

Biography

Aubrey Wisberg's talent for screenwriting gave her a Hollywood career. Wisberg began her entertainment career in film writing following credits on "Counter-Espionage" (1942), "After Midnight With Boston Blackie" (1943) and "They Came to Blow Up America" (1943). She also appeared in the adventure "Adventures of Rusty" (1945) with Ted Donaldson, "Betrayal From the East" (1945) and "Escape in the Fog" (1945). Wisberg last produced "Hercules Goes Bananas" (1970) with Arnold Stang. Wisberg passed away in March 1990 at the age of 81.

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Dragon's Gold (1953)
Director

Writer (Feature Film)

Hercules in New York (1970)
Screenwriter
Mission Mars (1968)
Story
The Women of Pitcairn Island (1957)
Story and Screenplay
Murder Is My Beat (1955)
Screenwriter
Murder Is My Beat (1955)
Based upon a story by
Son of Sinbad (1955)
Writer
Return to Treasure Island (1954)
Writer
Captain Kidd and the Slave Girl (1954)
Writer
Casanova's Big Night (1954)
Based on a Story by
Port Sinister (1953)
Writer
Sword of Venus (1953)
Writer
Captain John Smith and Pocahontas (1953)
Original Screenplay
Dragon's Gold (1953)
Writer
Problem Girls (1953)
Writer
The Neanderthal Man (1953)
Writer
The Steel Lady (1953)
Story
Captive Women (1952)
Writer
At Sword's Point (1952)
Story
Lady in the Iron Mask (1952)
Original Screenplay
The Man from Planet X (1951)
Writer
The Desert Hawk (1950)
Suggested by a story by
Hit Parade of 1951 (1950)
Story
Hit Parade of 1951 (1950)
Screenwriter
Treasure of Monte Cristo (1949)
Original story and Screenplay
The Wreck of the Hesperus (1948)
Writer
Road to the Big House (1947)
Original Screenplay
The Burning Cross (1947)
Original Screenplay
The Big Fix (1947)
Screenwriter
Heaven Only Knows (1947)
Original Story
The Falcon's Adventure (1946)
Original Screenplay
Rendezvous 24 (1946)
Original story and Screenplay
So Dark the Night (1946)
Based on a Story by
Just Before Dawn (1946)
Original Screenplay
Betrayal from the East (1945)
Screenwriter
Escape in the Fog (1945)
Original Screenplay
Adventures of Rusty (1945)
Screenwriter
The Power of the Whistler (1945)
Original Screenplay
Out of the Depths (1945)
Story
Betrayal from the East (1945)
Adp
The Horn Blows at Midnight (1945)
Based on an idea by
U-Boat Prisoner (1944)
From the story by
They Came to Blow Up America (1943)
Screenwriter
Bomber's Moon (1943)
Screenwriter
After Midnight with Boston Blackie (1943)
Story
Counter-Espionage (1942)
Story and Screenplay
Submarine Raider (1942)
Original Screenplay

Producer (Feature Film)

Hercules in New York (1970)
Producer
The Women of Pitcairn Island (1957)
Producer
Murder Is My Beat (1955)
Producer
Captain Kidd and the Slave Girl (1954)
Producer
Return to Treasure Island (1954)
Producer
Captain John Smith and Pocahontas (1953)
Producer
The Neanderthal Man (1953)
Producer
Problem Girls (1953)
Producer
Sword of Venus (1953)
Producer
Port Sinister (1953)
Producer
Dragon's Gold (1953)
Producer
Captive Women (1952)
Producer
Lady in the Iron Mask (1952)
Associate Producer
The Man from Planet X (1951)
Producer
Treasure of Monte Cristo (1949)
Associate Producer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Horn Blows At Midnight, The (1945) - Open, 3rd Trumpet Heavenly trappings in the opening title sequence and Jack Benny (as "Athanael") and Alexis Smith (as "Elizabeth") enduring life in a radio orchestra, from Raoul Walsh's The Horn Blows at Midnight, 1945.
Horn Blows At Midnight, The (1945) - Paradise Coffee Jack Benny (as "Athanael") dozes off during a radio performance and thus finds himself in an enormous heavenly orchestra, beginning the larger story in Raoul Walsh's The Horn Blows at Midnight, 1945.
Horn Blows At Midnight, The (1945) - Earthly Elevator Visiting with Guy Kibbee (as "The Boss") and getting counsel from Alexis Smith (as "Elizabeth"), Jack Benny (as angel "Athanael") gets his earth assignment, in Raoul Walsh's The Horn Blows at Midnight, 1945.
Murder Is My Beat (1955) - I Don't Think I'll Ever Get Clean Opening grim and getting worse, director Edgar G. Ulmer introduces characters Bert Rawley (Robert Shayne) then Ray Patrick (Paul Langton) who, we soon learn, are both cops, expressing disgust and regret leading to the initial flashback, in Murder Is My Beat, 1955, also starring Barbara Payton.
Murder Is My Beat (1955) - I'm Not On The Vice Squad LA cop Ray (Paul Langton), who we know winds up disgraced, continues his first flashback, after finding a corpse in a fireplace, meeting a barkeep (Jay Adler), then the roommate (Tracy Roberts) of the chief witness and/or suspect, in director Edgar G. Ulmer’s Murder Is My Beat, 1955.
Murder Is My Beat (1955) - I'd Seen Too Much Killing From the screenplay by Aubrey Wisberg, LA cop Ray (Paul Langton) narrates his arrival in snowy northern California where we meet Eden (Barbara Payton), at the cabin owned by the guy she’s presumed to have killed and left in a fireplace, in director Edgar G. Ulmer’s Murder Is My Beat, 1955.
At Sword's Point (1952) - What A Pretty Boy! Introduction of Maureen O'Hara as the daughter of Athos, through two smart outfits, summoned to join the sons of the other "Musketeers" (Cornel Wilde, Dan O'Herlihy, Alan Hale Jr.) who are convinced she's good looking, if not that she's a girl, early in At Sword's Point, 1952.
At Sword's Point (1952) - The Musketeers 2nd generation musketeers D'Artagnan, Aramis, Porthos and Claire (Cornel Wilde, Dan O'Herlihy, Alan Hale Jr., Maureen O'Hara), contrive to see the sickly French queen (Gladys Cooper), hoping to stop the forced marriage of her daughter (Nancy Gates), in RKO's wacky At Sword's Point, 1952.
Man from Planet X, The - Prosaically Enough... Lawrence (Robert Clarke) continues his opening narration into his encounter with astronomer Dr. Blane (Gilbert Fallman), who sets up the scenario in The Man from Planet X,, 1951.
Man from Planet X, The - Universal Gesture Reporter Lawrence (Robert Clarke) and Professor Elliot (Raymond Bond), headed back to the lab, are surprised by the "Man," who then follows them home, in The Man from Planet X, 1951.
Man from Planet X, The - Creation of Science Evil Mears (William Schallert) is stalking Enid (Margaret Field), who's taking her dad Professor Elliot (Raymond Bond) to see the space-ship, in which he becomes highly interested, in The Man from Planet X, 1951.
So Dark The Night - This Curious Business Mama (Ann Codee) and Pierre (Eugene Borden) in their French way prepare for detective Cassin (Steven Geray) arriving for holiday at their inn, daughter Nanette (Micheline Cheirel) equally excited, in Joseph H. Lewis' So Dark The Night, 1946.

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