Abner Biberman


Actor
Abner Biberman

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Flood Tide (1958)
Director
Gun for a Coward (1957)
Director
The Night Runner (1957)
Director
Behind the High Wall (1956)
Director
The Price of Fear (1956)
Director
Running Wild (1955)
Director
The Looters (1955)
Director
The Golden Mistress (1954)
Director

Cast (Feature Film)

The Price of Fear (1956)
Kleinman
Elephant Walk (1954)
Dr. Pereira
Knock on Wood (1954)
Maurice Papinek
The Golden Mistress (1954)
Carl Dexter
Viva Zapata! (1952)
Captain
Roaring City (1951)
Eddie Paige
Winchester '73 (1950)
Latigo Means
Strange Conquest (1946)
Molugi
Back to Bataan (1945)
Japanese captain
Captain Kidd (1945)
Blades
Salome, Where She Danced (1945)
Dr. Ling
Betrayal from the East (1945)
Yamato
The Keys of the Kingdom (1945)
Imperial captain
Dragon Seed (1944)
Capt. Yasuda
The Bridge of San Luis Rey (1944)
Maita
Two-Man Submarine (1944)
Gabe Fabian
Behind the Rising Sun (1943)
Inspector
The Leopard Man (1943)
Charlie How-Come
Submarine Alert (1943)
Commander Toyo
Bombardier (1943)
Japanese sergeant
Whispering Ghosts (1942)
Mack Wolf
Beyond the Blue Horizon (1942)
La'oa
Little Tokyo, U.S.A. (1942)
Satsuma
Broadway (1942)
Trado
King of the Mounties (1942)
This Woman Is Mine (1941)
Lamazie
South of Tahiti (1941)
Tahawa
Singapore Woman (1941)
Singa
The Gay Vagabond (1941)
Ratmar
The Devil Pays Off (1941)
Carlos
The Monster and the Girl (1941)
Gregory
Ski Patrol (1940)
Commanding officer
His Girl Friday (1940)
Louis
Zanzibar (1940)
Aba
Enemy Agent (1940)
Baronoff
South of Pago Pago (1940)
Ferro
Girl from Havana (1940)
Captain Lazear
South to Karanga (1940)
Manek Sen
The Magnificent Fraud (1939)
Ruiz
Balalaika (1939)
Leo
Gunga Din (1939)
Chota
Panama Lady (1939)
Elisha
Panama Patrol (1939)
Artie Johnson
Another Thin Man (1939)
"Dum-Dum"
The Rains Came (1939)
'John the Baptist'
The Roaring Twenties (1939)
Henchman
Each Dawn I Die (1939)
Shake

Writer (Feature Film)

The Golden Mistress (1954)
Screenwriter

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Gunga Din (1939) - Children Are Looking Bonnie! Cutter (Cary Grant) and MacChesney (Victor McLaglen) enter a seemingly abandoned Indian village, where comrade Ballantine (Douglas Fairbanks) discovers mysterious Chota (Abner Biberman), early in George Stevens' Gunga Din, 1939.
Balalaika (1939) - Song Of The Volga Boatmen Posing as a student to gain access to Ilona Massey and her revolutionary friends and family, well-meaning Czarist prince Peter (Nelson Eddy) offers the traditional Russian song, with support from Dalies Frantz (on piano), Lionel Atwill, Abner Biberman et al, in MGM’s Balalaika, 1939.
His Girl Friday (1940) - That Fella In The Movies, Ralph Bellamy Reporter Hildy (Rosalind Russell) tells ex-husband and almost-ex boss editor Walter (Cary Grant) of another scoop, he sends vamp Vangie (Marion Martin) and hood Louie (Abner Biberman) to scam her waiting fiancè Bruce (Ralph Bellamy), Howard Hawks directing the Ben Hecht/Charles MacArthur dialogue sprint, in His Girl Friday, 1940.
Back to Bataan (1945) - You Will Haul Down The Flag! In case any viewer had doubts about the depravity the enemy or colonial loyalty, a Japanese officer (Abner Biberman) hangs a defiant Filipino schoolmaster (Vladimir Sokoloff), Beulah Bondi the compassionate American teacher, in Edward Dmytryk's Back to Bataan, 1945.
Captain Kidd (1945) - Deep Enough To Bury A Man The title character (Charles Laughton) makes an example of Blades (Abner Biberman) as his crew (including John Carradine, Gilbert Roland and Sheldon Leonard) bury loot off Madagascar, in an early scene from Captain Kidd, 1945.
Captain Kidd (1945) - Opening, Dead Men Don't Talk The opening sequence of director Rowland V. Lee's Captain Kidd, 1945, leads into some historical framing and the title character (Charles Laughton) commenting on dead men keeping secrets.
His Girl Friday (1940) - Your Ex-Wife Is Here Rosalind Russell as Hildy in her famous suit, Ralph Bellamy her new boyfriend, Cary Grant her ex-husband and editor, and Howard Hawks directing with his famous pace, opening the hit 1940 adaptation of the Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur's The Front Page, His Girl Friday.
Another Thin Man (1939) - Thanks For Not Shooting Me Nick Charles (William Powell) has wheedled a meeting with the dangerous Church (Sheldon Leonard), who has staff (Abner Biberman, Muriel Hutchison) on hand, and who, claiming prophetic dreams, has threatened Nick's client, in Another Thin Man, 1939.

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