Louis F. Edelman


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

Jezebel (1938)
Contr to trmt
Flirtation Walk (1934)
Original Story
Shipmates (1931)
Adaptation

Producer (Feature Film)

The Jazz Singer (1953)
Producer
Stop, You're Killing Me (1953)
Producer
I'll See You In My Dreams (1952)
Producer
Springfield Rifle (1952)
Producer
The Big Trees (1952)
Producer
Operation Pacific (1951)
Producer
The West Point Story (1950)
Producer
White Heat (1949)
Producer
A Song to Remember (1945)
Producer
Hotel Berlin (1945)
Producer
Once Upon a Time (1944)
Producer
Destroyer (1943)
Producer
You Were Never Lovelier (1942)
Producer
A Yank in the R.A.F. (1941)
Associate Producer
The Fighting 69th (1940)
Associate Producer
Invisible Stripes (1939)
Associate Producer
Espionage Agent (1939)
Associate Producer
Wings of the Navy (1939)
Producer
Valley of the Giants (1938)
Associate Producer
Love, Honor and Behave (1938)
Associate Producer
Cowboy from Brooklyn (1938)
Associate Producer
Garden of the Moon (1938)
Producer
Marked Woman (1937)
Associate Producer
The Singing Marine (1937)
Associate Producer
Varsity Show (1937)
Associate Producer
God's Country and the Woman (1937)
Associate Producer
Submarine D-1 (1937)
Associate Producer
Mountain Justice (1937)
Producer
China Clipper (1936)
Producer
Bullets or Ballots (1936)
Producer
Devil Dogs of the Air (1935)
Associate Producer
Shipmates Forever (1935)
Supervisor
'G' Men (1935)
Supervisor
Kansas City Princess (1934)
Supervisor
Here Comes the Navy (1934)
Supervisor

Producer (Special)

Along the Barbary Coast (1961)
Producer
Josephine Little: Adventures in Happiness (1961)
Producer
Josephine Little: Dragon by the Tail (1961)
Producer
Josephine Little: The Miraculous Journey of Tadpole Chan (1960)
Producer
The Andy Griffith Show (1960)
Executive Producer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Operation Pacific (1951) - The Entire Silent Service Opening with foreword, as John Wayne is Navy commander “Duke” Gifford, on shore rescuing children and nuns from a Pacific island, Martin Milner, Jack Pennick among his submarine crew, in Operation Pacific, 1951, co-starring Patricia Neal.
Operation Pacific (1951) - I've Been Numb For Four Years Now ashore at Pearl Harbor, John Wayne as submarine officer "Duke" Gifford is interrupted by head nurse Katherine Givney as he tries to visit a baby he helped rescue, then meets his ex-wife (Patricia Neal as Mary), now a nurse, with whom he lost a son before their divorce, in Operation Pacific, 1951.
Operation Pacific (1951) - Creamed Rubber Gloves On board the submarine where they’ve rescued kids and nuns from a Pacific island, John Wayne (as officer “Duke” Gifford) and Jack Pennick are in charge of a plan to feed a baby, then he discusses personal matters with his superior (Ward Bond as Captain Perry) early in Operation Pacific, 1951.
White Heat (1949) - That Sound Funny To You? Deep cover cop Pardo (Edmond O'Brien) gets caught by his gangster boss Cody Jarrett (James Cagney) trying to sneak away from the hide-out, who then recalls his dead mother, in Raoul Walsh's White Heat, 1949.
White Heat (1949) - She's Dead In the prison mess-hall, word comes to gangster Cody Jarrett (James Cagney) that his mother has passed, in a famous scene from Raoul Walsh's White Heat, 1949.
Springfield Rifle (1952) - I'm Used To Being Obeyed Gary Cooper is Kearney, a former Union Major court-martialed for surrendering horses to Confederate-backed raiders, now in with that same crowd, Fess Parker as friendly Randolph, David Brian as the boss McCool, Jack Woody as cowhand Sims, in the war-espionage Western Springfield Rifle, 1952.
Fighting 69th, The (1940) - Rainbow Division Fictional recruit Plunkett (James Cagney) and "real" Father Duffy (Pat O'Brien) have just met when a brawl breaks out between troops from New York and Alabama, settled by another patriotic historical figure, then-major "Wild Bill" Donovan (George Brent), early in The Fighting 69th, 1940.
Fighting 69th, The (1940) - How's All The Monks? Christmas day in France, 1917, soldiers chilling when Father Duffy (Pat O'Brien) drops in to visit still-misbehaving Plunkett (James Cagney), in Warner Bros.' The Fighting 69th, 1940.
You Were Never Lovelier (1942) - Dearly Beloved Fred Astaire introduces the Jerome Kern/Johnny Mercer tune that became a standard, performing at the wedding for the eldest daughter of South American potentate Acuna (Adolphe Menjou), Rita Hayworth as his non-cooperative next-in-line, in You Were Never Lovelier, 1942.
You Were Never Lovelier (1942) - I'm Old Fashioned Rita Hayworth as "Maria," here dubbed by Nan Wynn, Fred Astaire as her would-be boyfriend, in their second musical together, with a ballroom number danced to another Jerome Kern/Johnny Mercer original, in You Were Never Lovelier, 1942.
Cheyenne Social Club, The (1970) - Don't Look Like No Saloon Harley (Henry Fonda) tags as John (James Stewart), duded up to claim his dead brother's enterprise, discovers it's a brothel, Jenny (Shirley Jones) introducing the girls (Jackie Joseph, Jackie Russell, Elaine Devry, Sue Ane Langdon, Sharon De Bord), in The Cheyenne Social Club, 1970.
Big Trees, The (1952) - They Want Their Money Wisconsin circa 1900, crafty lumber operator Fallon (Kirk Douglas), placating landowner Murdock (Duke Watson) with help from his girlfriend (Patrice Wymore), convinces his angry crew, and bystander Yukon (Edgar Buchanan), to come west with him, early in The Big Trees, 1952.

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