Alex Gottlieb


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

Frankie and Johnny (1966)
Screenwriter
Arizona Raiders (1965)
Screenwriter
Susan Slept Here (1954)
Based on a Story by
Three Hours to Kill (1954)
Based on a Story by
Susan Slept Here (1954)
Screenwriter
Marry Me Again (1953)
From a story by
The Man Who Dared (1946)
Based on a Story by
It Ain't Hay (1943)
Contract Writer
I Live on Danger (1942)
Original Story
Mystery Ship (1941)
Story
Hellzapoppin' (1941)
Wrt of addl comedy and Music seq
Horror Island (1941)
Original Story
Meet the Chump (1941)
Screenwriter
Dark Streets of Cairo (1941)
Original Screenplay
Lucky Devils (1941)
Screenwriter
Convicted Woman (1940)
Story
Meet the Wildcat (1940)
Original Screenplay
A Fugitive from Justice (1940)
Screenwriter
Ex-Champ (1939)
Screenwriter
Inside Information (1939)
Screenwriter
Mystery of the White Room (1939)
Screenwriter
Invisible Enemy (1938)
Screenwriter
I Stand Accused (1938)
Additional Dialogue
Arson Gang Busters (1938)
Original Screenplay
Gambling Ship (1938)
Screenwriter

Producer (Feature Film)

Frankie and Johnny (1966)
Associate Producer
I'll Take Sweden (1965)
Associate Producer
The Blue Gardenia (1953)
Producer
Marry Me Again (1953)
Producer
Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd (1952)
Producer
Jack and the Beanstalk (1952)
Producer
Macao (1952)
Producer
The Girl from Jones Beach (1949)
Producer
It's a Great Feeling (1949)
Producer
Wallflower (1948)
Producer
Always Together (1948)
Producer
Two Guys from Texas (1948)
Producer
Romance on the High Seas (1948)
Producer
Stallion Road (1947)
Producer
That Hagen Girl (1947)
Producer
The Time, the Place and the Girl (1946)
Producer
Cinderella Jones (1946)
Producer
Two Guys from Milwaukee (1946)
Producer
Her Kind of Man (1946)
Producer
Janie Gets Married (1946)
Producer
Escape in the Desert (1945)
Producer
Pillow to Post (1945)
Producer
Make Your Own Bed (1944)
Producer
Hollywood Canteen (1944)
Producer
Janie (1944)
Producer
Fired Wife (1943)
Producer
Hit the Ice (1943)
Producer
It Ain't Hay (1943)
Producer
Pardon My Sarong (1942)
Associate Producer
Who Done It? (1942)
Associate Producer
Ride 'Em Cowboy (1942)
Associate Producer
In the Navy (1941)
Associate Producer
Hellzapoppin' (1941)
Associate Producer
Buck Privates (1941)
Associate Producer

Music (Feature Film)

The Shape of Water (2017)
Song
Frankie and Johnny (1966)
Composer

Writer (Special)

Time For Elizabeth (1964)
Writer

Special Thanks (Special)

Time For Elizabeth (1964)
Writer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Pillow To Post (1945) - All You Have To Do Is Marry Me! As oil-equipment sales-person Jean in wartime Southern California, Ida Lupino has been hoping to waylay a Lieutenant to pose as her husband so she can secure a cabin at a military trailer park, just about giving up when William Prince as Lt. Mallory happens by, in Pillow To Post, 1945.
Pillow To Post (1945) - Watcha Say? (Louis Armstrong) Ida Lupino as sales-gal Jean is juggling William Prince as soldier Don, posing as her husband so she could get military housing, and Johnny Mitchell as client Slim, who wanted a dinner date, while Louis Armstrong leads his band with Dorothy Dandridge singing a tune by Burton Lane and Ted Koehler, in Pillow To Post, 1945.
That Hagen Girl (1947) - That Girl's Life Harry Davenport is the old lawyer in fictional Jordan, Ohio, sending protege Tom (Ronald Reagan) away because of the false rumor that he's the father of an adopted girl, who'll grow up to be Shirley Temple, with friend Jean Porter, loafer Tom Fadden inquiring, early in That Hagen Girl, 1947.
That Hagen Girl (1947) - That Octopus Came Creeping Up On Me Popular but nervous at the junior-college dance, Shirley Temple as Mary (title character) with a minor wardrobe malfunction when she’s assaulted by previously benevolent Dewey (Conrad Janis), busted by Miss Grover (Kathryn Card) then defended by Miss Kane (Lois Maxwell), early in That Hagen Girl, 1947, also starring Ronald Reagan.
That Hagen Girl (1947) - I Left A Mark Adopted junior-college student Mary (Shirley Temple) is checking out yearbook pictures of her presumed birth-mother, when teacher Julia (Lois Maxwell), who just did her a solid, shows up, their chat ending as lawyer Tom (Ronald Reagan) her rumored father, arrives, in That Hagen Girl, 1947.
That Hagen Girl (1947) - There's Nothing To Tell Panic in the small Midwestern town to which Ronald Reagan, as lawyer Tom, has just returned, because Shirley Temple (title character) appears to have drowned herself, because she just learned that everyone (wrongly) thinks she’s his illegitimate daughter, Rory Calhoun and Conrad Janis her spurned boyfriends, Dorothy Peterson and Charles Kemper her adoptive parents, Guy Wilkerson as Link, in That Hagen Girl, 1947.
Two Guys From Texas (1948) - Every Day I Love You Both the leading men will get a private musical interlude with Dorothy Malone as decorative dude rancher Joan, first Dennis Morgan (later Jack Carson) as Steve with a Sammy Cahn-Jule Styne original, later recorded by both Frank Sinatra and Vaughn Monroe, in Warner Bros., in Two Guys From Texas, 1948.
Two Guys From Texas (1948) - There's Music In The Land Opening for Warner Bros. the follow-up to Two Guys From Milwaukee (1946), also produced by Alex Gottlieb and directed by David Butler, real-life best-buddy Wisconsinites Jack Carson and Dennis Morgan as song and dance men about to be stranded, with a Sammy Cahn-Jule Styne original, greeted by Andrew Tombes, in Two Guys From Texas, 1948.
Two Guys From Texas (1948) - That's What The Dudes Want First shot of Dorothy Malone as Joan, Texas dude ranch proprietor, with aide Pete (Monte Blue) then joined by the stars Dennis Morgan and Jack Carson, as an un-booked night club act, who turn out to be old pals of employee Maggie (Penny Edwards), in Warner Bros. Two Guys From Texas, 1948.
Two Guys From Texas (1948) - Ever Watch That Guy Operate? Dennis Morgan as visiting Steve has just finished serenading dude ranch owner Joan (Dorothy Malone) and they retire to join roommates (Jack Carson as animal-phobic Danny, Penny Edwards as Maggie), for a clever bit directed by David Butler from the script by I.A.L Diamond and Allan Boretz for Warner Bros., in Two Guys From Texas, 1948.
Two Guys From Texas (1948) - Hankerin' Dorothy Malone as dude ranch owner Joan, in blue this time, having encouraged Jack Carson as traveling entertainer Danny in his pursuit, despite earlier efforts by his more suave buddy (Dennis Morgan), also with a Sammy Cahn-Jule Styne tune, on the very same set, in Warner Bros., in Two Guys From Texas, 1948.
Hollywood Canteen (1944) - I Thought You Were Ann Sheridan The original Hollywoodland sign appears in a montage of wartime Hollywood, as soldiers Slim and Nolan (Robert Hutton, Dane Clark) begin their adventure, Joe E. Brown the first celebrity met, early in the Warner Bros' salute to the movie industry morale project, Hollywood Canteen, 1944.

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