Bert Granet


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

The Torch (1950)
Adaptation
Do You Love Me (1946)
Based on a Story by
Show Business (1944)
Story
Obliging Young Lady (1942)
Screenwriter
Footlight Fever (1941)
Screenwriter
A Girl, a Guy and a Gob (1941)
Screenwriter
Footlight Fever (1941)
Story
Sun Valley Serenade (1941)
Contract Writer
Time Out for Rhythm (1941)
Story
Millionaire Playboy (1940)
Screenwriter
Laddie (1940)
Screenwriter
Cross-Country Romance (1940)
Screenwriter
Millionaire Playboy (1940)
Story
My Favorite Wife (1940)
Contr to Screenplay const
The Day the Bookies Wept (1939)
Screenwriter
Fixer Dugan (1939)
Screenwriter
Career (1939)
Adaptation
The Affairs of Annabel (1938)
Screenwriter
Mr. Doodle Kicks Off (1938)
Screenwriter
Law of the Underworld (1938)
Screenwriter
Annabel Takes a Tour (1938)
Screenwriter
Maid's Night Out (1938)
Screenwriter
Annabel Takes a Tour (1938)
Story
Go Chase Yourself (1938)
Screenwriter
Speed to Spare (1937)
Screenwriter
Meet the Missus (1937)
Screenwriter
The Big Shot (1937)
Screenwriter
High Flyers (1937)
Screenwriter
Quick Money (1937)
Screenwriter
Legion of Terror (1936)
Original Screenplay
The Gentleman from Louisiana (1936)
Original Story

Producer (Feature Film)

The Scarface Mob (1962)
Executive Producer
The Marrying Kind (1952)
Producer
The Torch (1950)
Presented By
The Torch (1950)
Producer
Berlin Express (1948)
Producer
The Locket (1946)
Producer
Those Endearing Young Charms (1945)
Producer
Sing Your Way Home (1945)
Producer
Bride by Mistake (1944)
Producer

Producer (Special)

Meeting At Apalachin (1960)
Producer

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

The Desilu Story: The Rags to Riches Success of the Desilu Empire (2003)

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

High Flyers (1937) - She Is So Stout... The stars are introduced as carnival aviators, Robert Woolsey as bespectacled Pierre, Bert Wheeler as Jerry, dealing with rotund Otto Fries, cop George Irving, then Jack Carson as reporter Dave, whom we discover is tricking them into a jewel heist, in High Flyers, 1937.
High Flyers (1937) - You Need A Hobby Horace Opening with and RKO budget and aesthetic probably not suitable for MGM, a song by Dave Dreyer and Herman Ruby (the credited choreographer is Eduardo Cansino, Rita Hayworth's dad), introducing Jack Carson and Marjorie Lord, then Margaret Dumont and Paul Harvey, then third-billed Lupe Velez, in the Wheeler & Woolsey vehicle High Flyers, 1937.
Marrying Kind, The (1952) - It's A Dead One George Cukor's opening, Ruth Gordon and Garson Kanin's original script emphasizing candor over comedy, married Florence (Judy Holliday) and Chet (Aldo Ray) under the sway of Judge Carroll (Madge Kennedy), in The Marrying Kind, 1952.
Marrying Kind, The (1952) - Don't Remember No Rhumba Recounting for the divorce judge, Florence (Judy Holliday) and Chet (Aldo Ray) not agreeing about a party at her sister's and a trip to the airport, fancy sound editing, in The Marrying Kind, 1952, directed by George Cukor.
Marrying Kind, The (1952) - You Take Most People Just after her Atlantic City honeymoon, Florence (Judy Holliday) hosts friend Emily (Peggy Cass), her mother (Phyllis Povah) and affluent sister (Sheila Bond) in her Manhattan apartment, in The Marrying Kind, 1952, from Ruth Gordon and Garson Kanin's original screenplay.
Affairs Of Annabel, The (1938) - Adapted From The Hungarian Working with her gym coach (Maurice Cass), movie star Annabel (Lucile Ball) receives publicist Lanny (Jack Oakie), who aims to trick her into taking a job as a maid to prepare for her next role, his scheme soon uncovered, in RKO’s The Affairs Of Annabel, 1938.
Affairs Of Annabel, The (1938) - All Women Are Alike Now posing as a domestic called "Mary," movie star Annabel (Lucille Ball) shows incognito gangsters (Anthony Warde, Edward Marr) to their room, then meets smitten teen Robert (Lee Van Atta), in The Affairs Of Annabel, 1938.
Affairs Of Annabel, The (1938) - Stick You In The Pen! Opening scenes, nutty press agent Morgan (Jack Oakie) persuades studio chief Webb (Bradley Page) and malcontent movie star Annabel (Lucille Ball) that she should go to prison for publicity, in The Affairs Of Annabel, 1938.
Girl, A Guy And A Gob, A (1941) - MIdget-Minded Stuffed-Shirt Lucille Ball as secretary Dot, thrilled to be called as a sub for the boss at her new job, not knowing he (Edmond O'Brien as Herrick) is the “guy” she inconvenienced at the opera the night before, Frank McGlynn his smarmy aide, in A Girl, A Guy And A Gob, 1941, co-starring George Murphy.
Girl, A Guy And A Gob, A (1941) - Why Doesn't He Assert Himself? First scene, Edmond O'Brien is Stephen, the rich "guy" at the opera with snooty fiancée and mom (Marguerite Chapman, Nella Walker), not expecting to meet the "girl" (Lucille Ball) and family (George Cleveland, Kathleen Howard, Lloyd Corrigan), in RKO's A Girl, A Guy And A Gob (1941).
Girl, A Guy And A Gob, A (1941) - Tatoo Artist In Singapore First scene for the “gob,” George Murphy as wrestler and navy man “Coffee Cup,” surprising girlfriend Dot (Lucille Ball), and her mother (Kathleen Howard), father (George Cleveland) and brother (Lloyd Corrigan), in RKO’s A Girl, A Guy And A Gob, 1941, also starring Edmond O’Brien.
Berlin Express (1948) - Maya The Mind Reader Seeking her kidnapped boss, on a tour of post-war Frankfurt night clubs, where cigarettes are legal tender, French Lucienne (Merle Oberon) and American Lindley (Robert Ryan) finally pick up a smoking clue, in Jacques Tourneur's Berlin Express, 1948.

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