Sam Bischoff


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

The Last Mile (1932)
Director

Producer (Feature Film)

The Bounty Hunter (1954)
Producer
The System (1953)
Producer
South Sea Woman (1953)
Producer
The Half-Breed (1952)
Executive Producer
Nine Girls (1944)
Producer
The Kid from Kokomo (1939)
Associate Producer
Naughty but Nice (1939)
Associate Producer
Off the Record (1939)
Associate Producer
The Oklahoma Kid (1939)
Associate Producer
You Can't Get Away with Murder (1939)
Associate Producer
A Slight Case of Murder (1938)
Producer
Gold Diggers in Paris (1938)
Producer
Angels with Dirty Faces (1938)
Producer
Racket Busters (1938)
Producer
Boy Meets Girl (1938)
Associate Producer
Gold Is Where You Find It (1938)
Associate Producer
Swing Your Lady (1938)
Associate Producer
Hard to Get (1938)
Associate Producer
Hollywood Hotel (1938)
Associate Producer
Sing Me a Love Song (1937)
Producer
The Go Getter (1937)
Associate Producer
San Quentin (1937)
Associate Producer
Slim (1937)
Associate Producer
Back in Circulation (1937)
Associate Producer
Ready, Willing and Able (1937)
Associate Producer
Kid Galahad (1937)
Associate Producer
Public Enemy's Wife (1936)
Producer
Cain and Mabel (1936)
Supervisor
Boulder Dam (1936)
Producer
Three Men on a Horse (1936)
Supervisor
Earthworm Tractors (1936)
Supervisor
Traveling Saleslady (1935)
Supervisor
The Irish in Us (1935)
Producer
A Night at the Ritz (1935)
Producer
Don't Bet on Blondes (1935)
Supervisor
Red Hot Tires (1935)
Supervisor
Broadway Gondolier (1935)
Associate Producer
Front Page Woman (1935)
Supervisor
Stranded (1935)
Supervisor
Going Highbrow (1935)
Producer
The Frisco Kid (1935)
Producer
Go into Your Dance (1935)
Producer
Stars over Broadway (1935)
Producer
Little Big Shot (1935)
Producer
Twenty Million Sweethearts (1934)
Supervisor
The Big Shakedown (1934)
Supervisor
Merry Wives of Reno (1934)
Supervisor
Babbitt (1934)
Producer
6 Day Bike Rider (1934)
Supervisor
I Sell Anything (1934)
Producer
The Case of the Howling Dog (1934)
Supervisor
I've Got Your Number (1934)
Supervisor
Return of the Terror (1934)
Supervisor
The St. Louis Kid (1934)
Producer
The Man Called Back (1932)
Producer
The Rich Are Always with Us (1932)
Producer
Hotel Continental (1932)
Producer
Strangers of the Evening (1932)
Producer
Leftover Ladies (1931)
Producer
X Marks the Spot (1931)
Producer
Catch-As-Catch-Can (1927)
Supervisor
The Snarl of Hate (1927)
Presented By
The Girl From Rio (1927)
Producer
When Danger Calls (1927)
Supervisor
The Woman Who Did Not Care (1927)
Supervisor

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

The Diary of Anne Frank (1959)
Grip

Production Companies (Feature Film)

The Corpse Came C.O.D. (1947)
Company

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Kid Galahad (1937) - He Used To Be A Farmer Harry Carey as trainer Silver has been sent by the girlfriend of his promoter boss (Bette Davis and Edward G. Robinson, not seen here) to hide novice prize-fighter Ward (Wayne Morris, title character) with Edward G’s mom (Soledad Jimenez) and, not previously mentioned, kid sister Marie (Jane Bryan), Michael Curtiz directing, in Warner Bros.’ Kid Galahad, 1937.
Slight Case Of Murder, A (1938) - Douglas Fairbanks Rosenbloom Ex-bootlegger turned legit-but-broke brewer Marko (Edward G. Robinson) visiting his "alma-mater" orphanage, Margaret Hamilton in charge, collecting his annual summer adopt-ee, (Bobby Jordan), in A Slight Case Of Murder, 1938, from the Damon Runyon and Howard Lindsay play.
Slight Case Of Murder, A (1938) - Wash Your Neck Speaking from the original Damon Runyon and Howard Lindsay play, bootlegger Remy Marko (Edward G. Robinson) informs his troops (Edward Brophy, Allen Jenkins, Harold Huber et al) of the new plan, early in Warner Bros.' A Slight Case Of Murder, 1938.
Rich Are Always With Us, The (1932) - If You Insist On Being Platonic After prologues establishing Ruth Chatterton as Caroline, the world’s richest woman, married to broker Greg, and George Brent as her smitten journalist-adventurer friend Julian, we join their luncheon, into which Marlbro (Bette Davis) intrudes, in Warner Bros.’ The Rich Are Always With Us, 1932.
Traveling Saleslady (1935) - Try Suspenders Or Shoelaces Now working for the rival toothpaste manufacturer “Schmidt’s” because her father won’t hire her, Joan Blondell as Angela Twitchell discovers that the boss for the retailer Ruggles is her frequent Warner Bros.’ co-star Glenda Farrell, and her dad’s top salesman Pat (William Gargan), whom she hasn’t met, has her business, in Traveling Saleslady, 1935.
Texas (1941) - Rebel Riffraff Opening introduces young leading-men to be, cowhands Dan (William Holden) and Tod (Glenn Ford) in a Kansas court, sentenced by Raymond Hatton, sprung by George Bancroft, from George Marshall's actioner Texas, 1941.
Texas (1941) - Texas Ain't That Big Dan (William Holden) is off roping dinner when buddy Tod (Glenn Ford) gets grabbed by lawmen, not buying his true story of having robbed the bandits, so they wind up parting on their first night in the new territory, in Texas, 1941.
Hollywood Hotel (1938) - Mona Marshall In Glamour Girl The real Mona having a tantrum, her stunt double Virginia (Rosemary Lane) has been recruited to stand-in at her premiere, featuring another Louella Parsons appearance, escorted by studio hack Bernie (Allyn Joslyn) and newly signed singer Ronnie (Dick Powell), who doesn’t know about the swap, Ronald Reagan handling introductions, in Warner Bros.’ Hollywood Hotel, 1938.
Gold Diggers In Paris (1938) - I Wanna Go Back To Bali A montage from Paris where a committee wants an American ballet troupe, to Manhattan’s Club Ballè, where Rudy Vallee’s band appears with a winning shot of his navy cap and a Harry Warren/Al Dubin original, in the last of the Warner Bros. franchise, Gold Diggers In Paris, 1938.
Gold Is Where You Find It (1938) - It's Called Apple Knocking New in northern Caifornia, 1877, Whitney (George Brent) has rescued Lance (Tim Holt), son of an affluent farmer, from a bar fight, so he’s brought home, and meets the radiant little sister Serena (Olivia De Havilland), in MGM’s Technicolor historical drama Gold Is Where You Find It, 1938.
Gold Is Where You Find It (1938) - One Of Them Dude Engineers Taking over at a northern California gold mine ca. 1877, educated engineer Whitney (George Brent) earns himself some physical credibility with foreman Slug (Barton MacLane), then MGM indulges in some gratuitous Technicolor hydraulic mining footage, in Gold Is Where You Find It, 1938.
Gold Is Where You Find It (1938) - These Men Won't Wait Long Gentleman California farmer Col. Ferris (Claude Rains) chairs the meeting, trying to calm furious farmers who want to take direct action against gold mining operations that have ruined their lands, Russell Simpson as weary Mac, in 1870’s California, in MGM’s Gold Is Where You Find It, 1938.

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