P. J. Wolfson


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Boy Slaves (1939)
Director

Writer (Feature Film)

The Twinkle in God's Eye (1955)
Writer
Saigon (1948)
Screenwriter
Suddenly, It's Spring (1947)
Screenwriter
Suddenly, It's Spring (1947)
Original Story
The Perils of Pauline (1947)
Story
The Perils of Pauline (1947)
Screenwriter
Pacific Rendezvous (1942)
Screenwriter
They All Kissed the Bride (1942)
Screenwriter
This Thing Called Love (1941)
Screenwriter
Our Wife (1941)
Screenwriter
Bullets for O'Hara (1941)
Story
Vigil in the Night (1940)
Screenwriter
He Stayed for Breakfast (1940)
Screenwriter
Escape to Glory (1940)
Screenwriter
Allegheny Uprising (1939)
Screenwriter
Vivacious Lady (1938)
Screenwriter
The Toast of New York (1937)
Contr to Screenplay const
Sea Devils (1937)
Original Story
A Damsel in Distress (1937)
Contract Writer
Sea Devils (1937)
Screenwriter
Shall We Dance (1937)
Adaptation
That Girl from Paris (1937)
Screenwriter
The Lady Consents (1936)
Story
Public Enemy's Wife (1936)
Story
The Bride Walks Out (1936)
Screenwriter
Love on a Bet (1936)
Screenwriter
The Lady Consents (1936)
Screenwriter
Mad Love (1935)
Screenwriter
Reckless (1935)
Screenwriter
Rendezvous (1935)
Screenwriter
Picture Snatcher (1933)
Adaptation
Melody Cruise (1933)
Additional Dialogue
The Girl in 419 (1933)
Adaptation
Meet the Baron (1933)
Screenwriter
Dancing Lady (1933)
Screenwriter
The Girl in 419 (1933)
Screenwriter
The Devil Is Driving (1932)
Adaptation
70,000 Witnesses (1932)
Additional Dialogue
Madison Sq. Garden (1932)
Screenwriter
Night World (1932)
Story

Producer (Feature Film)

Saigon (1948)
Producer
Dream Girl (1948)
Producer
My Kingdom for a Cook (1943)
Producer
Boy Slaves (1939)
Producer
Allegheny Uprising (1939)
Producer
The Mad Miss Manton (1938)
Associate Producer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Picture Snatcher (1933) - Nuts About Ping Pong Ex-con turned ace newsman Danny (James Cagney) has just escaped a newsroom contretemps with help from flirtatious Allison (Alice White), who didn’t mention that she’s going with his new boss Mac (Ralph Bellamy), or that they’re at his apartment, in Warner Bros.’ Picture Snatcher, 1933.
Dancing Lady (1933) - Get A Load Of Park Avenue In a Broadway burlesque theater, affluent Tod (Franchot Tone) and pals catch the act featuring Rosette (Winnie Lightner, song by Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed), Janie (Joan Crawford, then Mrs. Tone) among her hotties, then a raid, opening Dancing Lady, 1933, co-starring Clark Gable.
Dancing Lady (1933) - Gone Hollywood MGM at play here, Broadway director Patch (Clark Gable) griping with aide Steve (Ted Healy), then chased by aspiring dancer Janie (Joan Crawford), who later commiserates with her would-be sugar-daddy Tod (Franchot Tone, Crawford's husband), in Dancing Lady, 1933.
Dancing Lady (1933) - Stick Her In The Front Line The younger Three Stooges (Larry Fine on piano, Moe and Shemp "Curly" Howard) are the rehearsal band, their cohort Ted Healy is fixer "Steve," who decides Janie (Joan Crawford) deserves a look from director Patch (Clark Gable), whom she's been pestering already, in Dancing Lady, 1933.
Bride Walks Out, The (1936) - I Married Them Quick scene setter opening, Barbara Stanwyck, Gene Raymond as girl and boyfriend with differing financial circumstances, Hattie McDaniel wisecracking, Leigh Jason directing, in the modest RKO rom-com The Bride Walks Out, 1936.
Bride Walks Out, The (1936) - Unfair To Chorus Girls Part-time model Carolyn (Barbara Stanwyck) has just caved and married striving Michael (Gene Raymond), pal Ned Sparks their witness, when he slugs a cop (Edgar Deering), resulting in their meeting bon vivant Hugh (Robert Young) in court, in RKO's The Bride Walks Out, 1936.
Reckless (1935) - I Won't Believe I'm Married Just eloped affluent boozer Bob (Franchot Tone) and showgirl Mona (Jean Harlow) at their hotel, pursued by the press, discussing his parents, in MGM's Reckless, 1935.
Reckless (1935) - For The Benefit Of Me Granny (May Robson) and family friend Nat (William Powell) spring showgirl Mona (Jean Harlow), jailed on a traffic violation, for her benefit show which turns out to have an audience of one (Franchot Tone), who's bought out the house, in MGM's Reckless, 1935.
Reckless (1935) - Now's The Time To Collect Wealthy boozer Bob (Franchot Tone) has persuaded showgirl Mona (Jean Harlow) into a date at the amusement park, good spirits but suggestions of a bad attitude, in MGM's Reckless, 1935.
Reckless (1935) - Everything's Been Done Before Jean Harlow as headliner Mona rehearsing one of her many nifty numbers, this one by Jack King, Edwin Knopf and Harold Adamson, Allan Jones’ vocal, as her just barely not-boyfriend, sports agent Riley (William Powell), stops in to ask about her pending marriage to a rich playboy, in MGM’s Reckless, 1935.
Mad Love (1935) - I'd Gladly Give My Own Two Hands Paris surgeon Gogol (Peter Lorre), who is thus far not sinister, only obsessed with actress Yvonne (Frances Drake), concludes he cannot save her injured pianist husband’s hands, then remembers, without telling her, the ones left over from the execution he just witnessed, in Mad Love, 1935.
Mad Love (1935) - She's Only Wax Opening in which we meet Frances Drake as Mme. Yvonne Orlac, before her last performance at a Paris horror theater, and Peter Lorre as Dr. Gogol, a big fan, visiting her wax likeness at the museum next door, in MGM’s version of Maurice Renard’s Hands Of Orlac, Mad Love, 1935.

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