Jerry Bresler


Producer

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

An Act of Murder (1948)
2nd Unit Director

Writer (Feature Film)

Woman, Wake Up (1922)
Story

Producer (Feature Film)

Pussycat, Pussycat, I Love You (1970)
Producer
Casino Royale (1967)
Producer
Love Has Many Faces (1965)
Producer
Major Dundee (1965)
Producer
Gidget Goes to Rome (1963)
Producer
Diamond Head (1963)
Producer
Gidget Goes Hawaiian (1961)
Producer
Because They're Young (1960)
Producer
The Vikings (1958)
Producer
Lizzie (1957)
Producer
Spring Reunion (1957)
Producer
The Mob (1951)
Producer
The Flying Missile (1951)
Producer
Convicted (1950)
Producer
Abandoned (1949)
Producer
Another Part of the Forest (1948)
Producer
An Act of Murder (1948)
Producer
The Web (1947)
Producer
Singapore (1947)
Producer
The Arnelo Affair (1947)
Producer
Bewitched (1945)
Producer
The Great Morgan (1945)
Producer
Main Street After Dark (1945)
Producer

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Kid Glove Killer (1942)
Unit Manager
Somewhere I'll Find You (1942)
Unit Manager
Calling Dr. Gillespie (1942)
Unit Manager
Dr. Kildare's Wedding Day (1941)
Unit Manager
Dr. Kildare Goes Home (1940)
Unit Manager
Tell No Tales (1939)
Unit Manager
Fast and Furious (1939)
Unit Manager
Stronger Than Desire (1939)
Unit Manager
Miracles for Sale (1939)
Unit Manager
The Feud Maker (1938)
Production Manager
Durango Valley Raiders (1938)
Production Manager
Thunder in the Desert (1938)
Production Manager
Desert Patrol (1938)
Production Manager
Desert Phantom (1936)
Production Manager
The Crooked Trail (1936)
Production Manager
Sundown Saunders (1936)
Production Manager
Everyman's Law (1936)
Production Manager
Last of the Warrens (1936)
Production Manager
Brand of Outlaws (1936)
Production Manager
Rogue of the Range (1936)
Production Manager
The Law Rides (1936)
Production Manager
Courageous Avenger (1935)
Production Manager

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Love Has Many Faces (1965)
Company
Gidget Goes to Rome (1963)
Company

Producer (Short)

The Luckiest Guy in the World (1946)
Producer
Stairway to Light (1945)
Executive Producer
A Gun in His Hand (1945)
Executive Producer
Main Street Today (1944)
Producer (Uncredited)
Main Street Today (1944)
Producer
Heavenly Music (1943)
Producer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Major Dundee (1965) - The Major Ain't No Lawyer Now in Mexico, chasing the Apache and short on supplies, Charlton Heston (title character) with Graham (Jim Hutton) on artillery and scout Sam (James Coburn), enters a village loosely occupied by French imperial troops, where Senta Berger (as Teresa) makes her first appearance, and Tyreen (Richard Harris), head of the consrcripted Confederate troops, takes a different approach, in Sam Peckinpah’s Major Dundee, 1965.
Major Dundee (1965) - Open, I'm A Long Way From Gettysburg Intense tones of racial hatred, subject matter that would have spoken to director and co-writer Sam Peckinpah, narration by Marvin Miller, and an introduction to Charlton Heston, the title character, and James Coburn as his scout, opening the generally-panned Major Dundee, 1965, also starring Richard Harris.
Convicted (1950) - Double Breasted Overstuffed Idiot Broderick Crawford is comfortable playing the well-meaning D-A Knowland, but not happy with the corporate lawyer Bradley (Roland Winters), defending an employee (Glenn Ford, not seen here) who accidentally killed a guy in a bar fight, early in director Henry Levin's Convicted, 1950.
Convicted (1950) - Murder Was Not Your Intent Glenn Ford as Joe who accidentally killed a big-shot’s son in a bar fight, gets sentenced as his lame employer-hired lawyer (Roland Winters) gets chewed out by the compassionate D-A Knowland (Broderick Crawford), Griff Barnett his sad father, Dorothy Malone, 13 years Crawford’s junior, as his daughter, Millard Mitchell the other convict on the train, in Convicted, 1950.
Convicted (1950) - They Call It Yammering Ex-D-A Knowland (Broderick Crawford) is unflappable on his first day as prison warden, ignoring head guard Douglas (Carl Benton Reid) and aide Mackay (Ed Begley), confronting his new charges including Tex (John Doucette) and Luigi (Peter Virgo), in Convicted, 1950, starring Glenn Ford.
Convicted (1950) - I Said Prosecute Not Persecute Glenn Ford as Joe, sent up for accidentally killing a guy in a bar fight, now in trouble for slugging a guard, with Broderick Crawford as Knowland, the D-A who prosecuted him, now warden of the prison, consoling him about his father’s death and introducing his fetching daughter-assistant (Dorothy Malone), in Convicted, 1950
Gidget Goes To Rome (1963) - I'll Hit 'Em With Rome! Starting in Malibu, Cindy Carol introduced in the title role (the 3rd, after Sandra Dee and Deborah Walley), with girlfriends Libby and Lucy (Trudi Ames, Noreen Corcoran), then James Darren as Jeff (a.k.a. “Moondoggie”), with pals Joby Baker and Peter Brooks, in Gidget Goes To Rome, 1963.
Gidget Goes To Rome (1963) - Any Reference To My Age Just landed in Rome, James Darren as Jeff, (a.k.a. Moondoggie), with Peter Brooks and Joby Baker, greeting Jessie Royce Landis, his aunt and their chaperone, and the gals (Cindy Carol as Gidget, with Trudi Ames and Noreen Corcoran) playing along, in Gidget Goes To Rome, 1963.
Gidget Goes To Rome (1963) - Big Italian Moon On location in Rome, James Darren as Jeff (whom she still calls “Moondoggie”) and Cindy Carol (title character), on their vacation from California, musing about the eternal city with an original song by George David Weiss and Al Kasha, in Columbia’s Gidget Goes To Rome, 1963.
Lizzie (1957) - I Wonder Who I Am So far just anxious, but having gotten another threatening note from “Lizzie” at work, Elizabeth (Eleanor Parker) attempts a heart-to-heart with the bourbon-worshipping Aunt Morgan (Joan Blondell) with whom she boards, in the split-personality drama Lizzie, 1957.
Lizzie (1957) - Are You Afraid Of Me? Plenty worried now, with no recollection of her erratic behavior, because she’s had more threatening notes from an unknown “Lizzie,” and because a co-worker called her by that name, mild-mannered Elizabeth (title character) talks to a shrink (Richard Boone), in Lizzie, 1957.
Lizzie (1957) - Warm And Tender First scene with Eleanor Parker (title character, heretofore mousy “Elizabeth), acting up anywhere other than in her own mirror, Johnny Mathis the singer, his first appearance in his only movie, with an early Bacharach/David tune, Ric Roman as a co-worker not quite recognizing her, in Lizzie, 1957.

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