Samuel G. Engel


Producer

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Blood Money (1933)
2d Assistant Director

Cast (Feature Film)

The Big Show (1957)

Writer (Feature Film)

The Frogmen (1951)
Contract Writer
The Street with No Name (1948)
Contract Writer
Captain from Castile (1948)
Contract Writer
My Darling Clementine (1946)
Screenwriter
Do You Love Me (1946)
Contract Writer
Young America (1942)
Original Screenplay
Thru Different Eyes (1942)
Original Screenplay
Blue, White and Perfect (1942)
Screenwriter
Ride on Vaquero (1941)
Original Screenplay
Private Nurse (1941)
Original Screenplay
Charlie Chan in Rio (1941)
Screenwriter
Scotland Yard (1941)
Screenwriter
Romance of the Rio Grande (1941)
Screenwriter
Viva Cisco Kid (1940)
Screenwriter
Earthbound (1940)
Screenwriter
Johnny Apollo (1940)
Original Story
She Had to Eat (1937)
Screenwriter
Sins of Man (1936)
Screenwriter
Stowaway (1936)
Story

Producer (Feature Film)

The Lion (1962)
Producer
The Story of Ruth (1960)
Producer
Boy on a Dolphin (1957)
Producer
Bernardine (1957)
Producer
A Man Called Peter (1955)
Producer
Good Morning, Miss Dove (1955)
Producer
Daddy Long Legs (1955)
Producer
Taxi (1953)
Producer
Belles on Their Toes (1952)
Producer
Red Skies of Montana (1952)
Producer
Something for the Birds (1952)
Producer
Pony Soldier (1952)
Producer
The Frogmen (1951)
Producer
Rawhide (1951)
Producer
Follow the Sun (1951)
Producer
Night and the City (1950)
Producer
The Jackpot (1950)
Producer
Mr. Belvedere Goes to College (1949)
Producer
Come to the Stable (1949)
Producer
Deep Waters (1948)
Producer
The Street with No Name (1948)
Producer
Sitting Pretty (1948)
Producer
My Darling Clementine (1946)
Producer
Grand Jury Secrets (1939)
Associate Producer
Gateway (1938)
Associate Producer
We're Going to Be Rich (1938)
Associate Producer
Lancer Spy (1937)
Associate Producer
Crack-Up (1937)
Associate Producer
She Had to Eat (1937)
Associate Producer

Life Events

1934

First film as writer

1936

First film as producer "Crack Up"

Videos

Movie Clip

Come To The Stable (1949) - Sisters From France Jumped by director Henry Koster from the idyllic village where they first arrived, the sisters (Loretta Young and Celeste Holm as Margaret and Scolastica), seeking land for their school, appear in the offices of a New England bishop (Basil Ruysdael), received by his aide (Regis Toomey), in Come To The Stable, 1949.
Night And The City (1950) - They're Hand-Dipped Hustler Harry (Richard Widmark) cruising London to the Silver Fox, where we meet his snarky employers Helen (Googie Withers), who's briefing new girls, and Phil (Francis L. Sullivan), early in Jules Dassin's celebrated Night And The City, 1950.
Night And The City (1950) - Real Greco-Roman Shady up and coming London wrestling promoter Harry (Richard Widmark) receives angry big-time rival Kristo (Herbert Lom) and his lawyer (Aubrey Dexter), then springs his new partner and secret weapon (Stanislaus Zybyszko), in Jules Dassin's Night And The City, 1950.
Night And The City (1950) - I Do Have A Need Gene Tierney (as "Mary") lip-synching a tune by Noel Gay, as twisted club owners Phil and Helen (Francis L. Sullivan, Googie Withers) chat, when her hustler boyfriend Harry (Richard Widmark) arrives elated at his latest scheme, in Jules Dassin's Night And The City, 1950.
Daddy Long Legs (1955) - Sluefoot With much contrivance involving college kids and his posing as her roommate’s uncle, Fred Astaire as tycoon Jervis joins Leslie Caron as student (from France) Julie, Ray Anthony’s band plays a Johnny Mercer tune, dance staged by Astaire and David Robel, in Daddy Long Legs, 1955.
Daddy Long Legs (1955) - Jervis Pendleton III Part of the first scene for playboy-businessman Jervis Pendleton (Fred Astaire, at his drum set) with aide Griggs (Fred Clark), the tune Drum Solo by Skip Martin, in Daddy Long Legs, 1955.
Daddy Long Legs (1955) - My Guardian Angel Millionaire Pendleton (Fred Astaire) reading a letter from French student Julie (Leslie Caron), whom he sponsors but has not met, leading to their first dance together in Daddy Long Legs, 1955.
Street With No Name, The (1948) - Sweet Job You Pulled Cautious gangster Stiles (Richard Widmark) has just finished a background check on new pal “George” (Mark Stevens, who we know is really an under-cover FBI man), so he’s satisfied that he’s a real hood, welcoming him and making an offer, in the crime procedural The Street With No Name, 1948.
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Street With No Name, The (1948) - He Wants To Surrender Lloyd Nolan as agent Briggs is looking for a man for a specific job, so he visits Quantico, where we meet Mark Stevens as field agent Cordell, back for a refresher training course, doing well, recommended by superior John McIntire, in 20th Century-Fox’s The Street With No Name, 1948.
Come To The Stable (1949) - Santa Anita French nuns in New York (Loretta Young as Margaret, Celeste Holm as Scolastica) undeterred by meatball Sam (Mike Mazurki) as they seek audience with kingpin Rossi (Thomas Gomez), who owns the land they want for their school, Marion Martin his manicurist, in Henry Koster's Come To The Stable, 1949.
My Darling Clementine (1946) - You're Gonna Operate Chihuahua (Linda Darnell) gets shot before she can finish confessing to Wyatt (Henry Fonda) and Doc (Victor Mature), who is forced to sober up and practice medicine, in John Ford's My Darling Clementine, 1946.

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