Samuel J. Briskin


Biography

Filmography

 

Producer (Feature Film)

The Joker Is Wild (1957)
Producer
Strategic Air Command (1955)
Producer
After Midnight with Boston Blackie (1943)
Executive Producer
Crashing Hollywood (1938)
Executive Producer
Everybody's Doing It (1938)
Executive Producer
Fight for Your Lady (1937)
Executive Producer
Living on Love (1937)
Executive Producer
Forty Naughty Girls (1937)
Executive Producer
New Faces of 1937 (1937)
Executive Producer
Saturday's Heroes (1937)
Executive Producer
Flight from Glory (1937)
Executive Producer
Wise Girl (1937)
Executive Producer
On Again--Off Again (1937)
Executive Producer
You Can't Buy Luck (1937)
Executive Producer
Hitting a New High (1937)
Executive Producer
Too Many Wives (1937)
Executive Producer
Danger Patrol (1937)
Executive Producer
She's Got Everything (1937)
Executive Producer
We Who Are About to Die (1937)
Executive Producer
Quick Money (1937)
Executive Producer
You Can't Beat Love (1937)
Executive Producer
China Passage (1937)
Executive Producer
Border Cafe (1937)
Executive Producer
Criminal Lawyer (1937)
Executive Producer
High Flyers (1937)
Executive Producer
Breakfast for Two (1937)
Executive Producer
They Wanted to Marry (1937)
Executive Producer
Sea Devils (1937)
Executive Producer
Racing Lady (1937)
Executive Producer
The Toast of New York (1937)
Executive Producer
A Damsel in Distress (1937)
Executive Producer
The Plough and the Stars (1937)
Executive Producer
Don't Tell the Wife (1937)
Executive Producer
The Outcasts of Poker Flat (1937)
Executive Producer
Behind the Headlines (1937)
Executive Producer
The Life of the Party (1937)
Executive Producer
There Goes My Girl (1937)
Executive Producer
The Man Who Found Himself (1937)
Executive Producer
Super-Sleuth (1937)
Executive Producer
Meet the Missus (1937)
Executive Producer
We're on the Jury (1937)
Executive Producer
The Woman I Love (1937)
Executive Producer
Annapolis Salute (1937)
Executive Producer
Hideaway (1937)
Executive Producer
Music for Madame (1937)
Executive Producer
The Witness Chair (1936)
Executive Producer
Walking on Air (1936)
Executive Producer
The Plot Thickens (1936)
Executive Producer
Grand Jury (1936)
Executive Producer
Make Way for a Lady (1936)
Executive Producer
Two in Revolt (1936)
Executive Producer
Don't Turn 'Em Loose (1936)
Executive Producer
M'liss (1936)
Executive Producer
Smartest Girl in Town (1936)
Executive Producer
The Ex-Mrs. Bradford (1936)
Executive Producer
The Last Outlaw (1936)
Executive Producer
Wanted! Jane Turner (1936)
Executive Producer
Special Investigator (1936)
Executive Producer
Bunker Bean (1936)
Executive Producer
Murder on a Bridle Path (1936)
Executive Producer
The Bride Walks Out (1936)
Executive Producer
Night Waitress (1936)
Executive Producer
Second Wife (1936)
Executive Producer
Mummy's Boys (1936)
Executive Producer
Without Orders (1936)
Executive Producer
The Girl Friend (1935)
Supervisor
Broadway Bill (1934)
Associate Producer
Sisters Under the Skin (1934)
Supervisor
Twentieth Century (1934)
Supervisor
The Captain Hates the Sea (1934)
Associate Producer
No Greater Glory (1934)
Supervisor
Wasted Lives (1925)
Producer

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Dirigible (1931)
Gen studio Manager

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

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.
Ex-Mrs. Bradford, The - My Assistants Just Resigned Reluctant Doctor Bradford (William Powell) brings snoopy former wife Paula (Jean Arthur) and aide Stokes (Eric Blore) to the morgue, later getting a call from horse trainer North (Frank Thomas), then more surprises, in The Ex-Mrs. Bradford, 1936.
Toast Of New York, The (1937) - An Obscure Peddler A prologue with the very loose history of the Civil War era robber baron Jim Fisk, then portrayed by Edward Arnold, running a scam with partners Boyd and Luke (Cary Grant, Jack Oakie), in the RKO financial biopic-melodrama The Toast Of New York, 1937, also starring Frances Farmer.
Toast Of New York, The (1937) - I'm Going To Be A Great Actress Thriving high-finance scam partners Boyd (Cary Grant) and Fisk (Edward Arnold) rush to be first to make a date with French songstress Fleurique (Thelma Leeds) backstage, where she’s abusing dresser Josie (Frances Farmer), who proves to be the greater prize, in The Toast Of New York,1937.
Toast Of New York, The (1937) - The Twelve Temptations In 1860’s New York, financier Fisk (Edward Arnold) is backing a show featuring his mistress Josie (Frances Farmer), when associates Boyd (Cary Grant), Luke (Jack Oakie) and Drew (Donald Meek) arrive with news that their railroad stock scam has been exposed, in The Toast Of New York,1937.
Toast Of New York, The (1937) - Nothing Can Be Too Fine Post-Civil War New York financial schemers Fisk (Edward Arnold), Boyd (Cary Grant) and Luke (Jack Oakie) have staged the launch their fake big-money passenger shipping line, aiming to trick the pious skinflint competitor Drew (Donald Meek) into selling out, in The Toast Of New York,1937.
Breakfast For Two (1937) - Did I Bring Anything Else Home? Joining butler Butch (Eric Blore) on his journey through many gaudy rooms, he is surprised at first to find Barbara Stanwyck in his master’s shower, then not surprised to find Herbert Marshall, worse for wear, still in his evening clothes, opening Breakfast For Two, 1937.
Breakfast For Two (1937) - I'll Smash You Against The Rocks! Shipping heir Jonathan (Herbert Marshall) refuses consolation (from Etienne Girardot) over losing his firm, angrier still to find his one-night-stand Val (Barbara Stanwyck), secretly smitten with him and in league with his butler (Eric Blore), is behind it, Breakfast For Two, 1937.
Joker Is Wild, The (1957) - Heinz And The Tomato At a Miami engagement, hottie Martha (Mitzi Gaynor) emerges as a competitor to Letty (Jeanne Crain), who that moment gets an on-stage proposal from comic Joe E. Brown (Frank Sinatra), pal Austin (Eddie Albert) on piano, in Charles Vidor's flattering bio-pic, The Joker Is Wild, 1957.
Ex-Mrs. Bradford, The - I Hereby Serve You From the opening about a murdered jockey, the introduction of well-to-do Doctor Bradford (William Powell), with servant Stokes (Eric Blore), and his unexpected former wife Paula (Jean Arthur), in The Ex-Mrs. Bradford, 1936.

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