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Joseph Fields (I) (1895–1966)


After 1922, active as writer of magazine articles and contributor of material to revues. In Hollywood as a collaborative scriptwriter, under contract at RKO (1931-39), subsequently free-lance. Active on Broadway as writer of both comedic and dramatic original plays from 1938, as director from 1947. See more trivia »

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Known For

Flower Drum Song
The Tunnel of Love
My Sister Eileen


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 1964 Angeklagter: Onkel Daniel (TV Movie) (novel)
 1961 Flower Drum Song (book of stage play) / (screenplay)
 1959 Happy Anniversary (play "Anniversary Waltz")
 1958 Wonderful Town (TV Movie) (book)
 1958 The Tunnel of Love (play) / (screenplay)
 1957 The DuPont Show of the Month (TV Series) (play - 1 episode)
- Junior Miss (1957) ... (play)
 1955 My Sister Eileen (play "My Sister Eileen")
 1953 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (based on the musical comedy by)
 1953 The Farmer Takes a Wife (screenplay)
 1949 Bride for Sale (story)
 1948 Man from Texas (writer)
 1947 Lost Honeymoon (original screenplay)
 1946 Junior Miss (TV Movie) (play)
 1946 A Night in Casablanca (original screenplay)
 1945 Junior Miss (play)
 1944 The Doughgirls (play - as Joseph A. Fields)
 1942 My Sister Eileen (play) / (screenplay)
 1940 Dulcy (screen play - as Joseph A. Fields)
 1940 Phantom Raiders (screenplay construction contributor - uncredited)
 1940 Two Girls on Broadway (screen play)
 1940 Mexican Spitfire (story and screenplay - as Joseph A. Fields)
 1939 Two Thoroughbreds (screenplay) / (story)
 1939 The Spellbinder (screenplay - as Joseph A. Fields)
 1939 The Girl and the Gambler (screenplay - as Joseph A. Fields)
 1939 The Girl from Mexico (screenplay - as Joseph A. Fields)
 1938 Rich Man, Poor Girl (screen play - as Joseph A. Fields)
 1938 Letter of Introduction (contributing writer - uncredited)
 1938 Fools for Scandal (screen play)
 1936 That Girl from Paris (adaptation - as Joseph A. Fields)
 1936 Grand Jury
 1936 Palm Springs
 1936 The Walking Dead (story)
 1935 Foolish Hearts (Short) (story - as Joseph A. Fields)
 1935 Annie Oakley (from a story by - as Joseph A.Fields)
 1935 Waterfront Lady (additional dialogue)
 1935 Night Life (Short) (story - as Joseph A. Fields)
 1935 Drawing Rumors (Short) (story - as Joseph A. Fields)
 1935 A Night at the Biltmore Bowl (Short) (story - as Joseph A. Fields)
 1935 Alibi Bye Bye (Short) (story - as Joseph A. Fields)
 1935 Sock Me to Sleep (Short) (story - as Joseph A. Fields)
 1935 Flying Down to Zero (Short) (story)
 1935 Wig-Wag (Short) (as Joseph A. Fields)
 1935 The Spirit of 1976 (Short) (screenplay - as Joseph A. Fields)
 1934 Lightning Strikes Twice (as Joseph A. Fields)
 1934 Everything's Ducky (Short) (story - as Joseph A. Fields)
 1934 Unlucky Strike (Short) (story)
 1934 Contented Calves (Short) (story - as Joseph A. Fields)
 1934 Wrong Direction (Short) (story - as Joseph A. Fields)
 1934 A Torch Tango (Short) (story - as Joseph A. Fields)
 1933 Knee Deep in Music (Short)
 1933 Air Tonic (Short) (story - as Joseph A. Fields)
 1933 Flying Down to Rio (contributing writer - uncredited)
 1931 The Big Shot
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Other Works:

He and Jerome Chodorov wrote the book for the musical, "Wonderful Town," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine. Leonard Bernstein was composer. Betty Comden and Adolph Green were lyricists. See more »

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Alternate Names:

Joseph A.Fields | Joseph A. Fields

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Served in World War I with the American Expedidionary Forces. See more »

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