Benjamin Glazer


Screenwriter

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Song of My Heart (1948)
Director

Writer (Feature Film)

Song of My Heart (1948)
Writer
Paris Calling (1942)
Screenwriter
Tortilla Flat (1942)
Screenwriter
Arise, My Love (1940)
Original Story
Anything Goes (1936)
Screenwriter
She Loves Me Not (1934)
Screenwriter
We're Not Dressing (1934)
Story
L'amour guide (1933)
Original Screenplay
The Way to Love (1933)
Original Screenplay
The Song of Songs (1933)
Contract Writer
A Bedtime Story (1933)
Adaptation
Hoop-la (1933)
Contract Writer
Two Kinds of Women (1932)
Screenwriter
A Farewell to Arms (1932)
Screenwriter
This Is the Night (1932)
Screenwriter
No Man of Her Own (1932)
Story
Mata Hari (1931)
[Wrt] by
Don Juan diplomático (1931)
Screenwriter
The Pagan Lady (1931)
Screenwriter
Tol'able David (1930)
Cont
The Boudoir Diplomat (1930)
Screenwriter
Tol'able David (1930)
Trmt
The Devil to Pay (1930)
Adaptation
The Boudoir Diplomat (1930)
Dial
Tol'able David (1930)
Dial
The Dance of Life (1929)
Screenwriter
The Trail of '98 (1929)
Adaptation
Strange Cargo (1929)
Story
The Trail of '98 (1929)
Cont
Strange Cargo (1929)
Dial
Happiness Ahead (1928)
Scen
The Barker (1928)
Screenwriter
Beggars of Life (1928)
Scen
The Barker (1928)
Adaptation
The Street of Sin (1928)
Story
The Love Mart (1927)
Adaptation
The Lady in Ermine (1927)
Screenwriter
7th Heaven (1927)
Scen
A Gentleman of Paris (1927)
Adaptation
Paid To Love (1927)
Adaptation
Service for Ladies (1927)
Story
You Never Know Women (1926)
Screenwriter
The Skyrocket (1926)
Adaptation
Wild Oats Lane (1926)
Adaptation
Everybody's Acting (1926)
Screenwriter
Diplomacy (1926)
Screenwriter
Memory Lane (1926)
Story
The Palace of Pleasure (1926)
Adaptation
The Skyrocket (1926)
Cont
The Great Divide (1925)
Adaptation
Fine Clothes (1925)
Adaptation
The Merry Widow (1925)
Scen
The Merry Widow (1925)
Adaptation
Sinners in Silk (1924)
Story

Producer (Feature Film)

One More Tomorrow (1946)
Producer
Paris Calling (1942)
Producer
They Made Me a Criminal (1939)
Associate Producer
Yes, My Darling Daughter (1939)
Associate Producer
Four Daughters (1938)
Associate Producer
Going Places (1938)
Associate Producer
Mountain Music (1937)
Producer
Internes Can't Take Money (1937)
Producer
Exclusive (1937)
Producer
Double or Nothing (1937)
Producer
Anything Goes (1936)
Producer
Lady Be Careful (1936)
Producer
Rhythm on the Range (1936)
Producer
Paris in Spring (1935)
Producer
The Big Broadcast of 1936 (1935)
Producer
Love in Bloom (1935)
Producer
Bolero (1934)
Producer
She Loves Me Not (1934)
Producer
Enter Madame! (1934)
Producer
We're Not Dressing (1934)
Producer
A Bedtime Story (1933)
Associate Producer
The Way to Love (1933)
Producer
Alice in Wonderland (1933)
Associate Producer
This Is the Night (1932)
Associate Producer
A Farewell to Arms (1932)
Associate Producer
The Big Broadcast (1932)
Associate Producer
Strange Cargo (1929)
Supervisor
The Street of Sin (1928)
Associate Producer
Beggars of Life (1928)
Supervisor
Service for Ladies (1927)
Supervisor

Sound (Feature Film)

Strange Cargo (1929)
Sound Director

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Farewell To Arms, A (1932) - There's A War On Adolphe Menjou is Italian Rinaldi, annoyed as his WWI American ambulance driver pal Henry (Gary Cooper) has snuck off with his beloved English nurse Catherine (Helen Hayes), mangled Hemingway but the outcome clear enough, in the pre-code A Farewell To Arms, 1932.
Mata Hari (1931) - Some Dance And Some Die Opening with a victim (Mischa Auer) of the title character (Greta Garbo, not seen here) and introducing key supporting men, C. Henry Gordon as the French spy catcher, Lionel Barrymore as Russian general Shubin, and Ramon Novarro as dashing flyer Alexis, in MGM’s Mata Hari, 1931.
Mata Hari (1931) - You Might Get Me Killed Title character Greta Garbo at a casino in WWI Paris, Ramon Novarro an amorous Russian pilot hoping to impress her, then she visits her controller Andriani (Lewis Stone), establishing their mistrust, in MGM’s Mata Hari, 1931.
Mata Hari (1931) - Well, That Was Last Night After a seductive rebuff the night before, lust-driven Russian pilot Alexis (Ramon Novarro) visits dancer and spy Greta Garbo (title character) at her rooms in wartime Paris, in MGM’s Mata Hari, 1931.
Mata Hari (1931) - Shiva, I Dance For You Russian pilot Alexis (Ramon Novarro) and general Shubin (Lionel Barrymore) are among the eager audience for the first appearance of the title character, Greta Garbo as the dancer and reputed spy in WWI Paris, Karen Morley her contact, C. Henry Gordon the French spy hunter, early in Mata Hari, 1931.
No Man Of Her Own (1932) - My Usual Life Of Sin Clark Gable as Manhattan gambler Stewart needs to get outa town, choosing Glendale where Connie (Carole Lombard, the future Mrs. Gable, in their only picture together), resides, and life is not all sweet, Elizabeth Patterson her mom, early in No Man Of Her Own, 1932
No Man Of Her Own (1932) - I Only Have Aces And Kings High dollar gambling in Manhattan, the relationships revealed for the benefit of the losing Morton (Walter Walker), Clark Gable as Stewart, Dorothy Mackaill as dishy Kay, Grant Mitchell her uncle, all not as it seems, Wesley Ruggles directing, opening No Man Of Her Own, 1932, co-starring Carole Lombard.
No Man Of Her Own (1932) - Do Your Eyes Bother You? Clark Gable, as Manhattan gambler Babe Stewart hiding out briefly in pastoral Glendale, surrenders $2 for a library card, his real target being the librarian Connie (Carole Lombard), whom he just met outside, the future married couple’s first scene together, in No Man Of Her Own, 1932.
Farewell To Arms, A (1932) - The Marne And The Piave Opening scene introducing American ambulance driver Frederic (Gary Cooper), at the hospital where British nurse Catherine (Helen Hayes) is eavesdropping, in A Farewell To Arms, from Ernest Hemingway's semi-autobiographical novel.
Merry Widow, The (1925) - City In The Sky Director Erich von Stroheim going for scale from the opening, introducing "Monteblanco," the king (George Fawcett), queen (Josephine Crowell), evil baron (Tully Marshall) and unappealing crown prince (Roy D'Arcy), in the 1925 MGM version of The Merry Widow.
Merry Widow, The (1925) - Premiere Danseuse American entertainer Sally O'Hara (Mae Murray) and troupe arrive in the fictional Alpine nation of Monteblanco, greeted by chance by the charming, if forward second son of the king, Prince Danilo (John Gilbert), in Erich von Stroheim's The Merry Widow, 1925.
Merry Widow, The (1925) - Manhattan Follies All the kingdom of Monteblanco seems turned out to see the American troupe starring Sally O'Hara (Mae Murray), lusted after by the Baron (Tully Marshall), Crown Prince Mirko (Roy D'Arcy), and his less-evil younger brother Danilo (John Gilbert), in Erich von Stroheim's The Merry Widow, 1925.

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