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Philip Loeb (I) (1892–1955)

Mr. Loeb returned to Broadway following his unjust firing from "The Goldbergs". He starred in the Broadway production of "Time Out for Ginger" and was appearing in the play's touring company at the time of his suicide in the Hotel Taft in New York on September 1, 1955. Had he lived a few days longer he would have learned that the FBI had decided ... See full bio »

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Known For

A Double Life
A Double Life Max Lasker
(1947)
Room Service
Room Service Timothy Hogarth
(1938)
The Goldbergs
The Goldbergs Jake Goldberg
(1950)
Syncopated City
Syncopated City Mr. Loeb
(1934)

Filmography

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 1949 Suspense (TV Series)
 1948 The Ford Theatre Hour (TV Series)
- Joy to the World (1948)
 1938 Sweethearts
Samuel Silver (uncredited)
 1938 Room Service
Timothy Hogarth
 1934 Syncopated City (Short)
Mr. Loeb
 1934 Howd' Ya Like That? (Short)
Minor role (uncredited)
 1933 The Mild West (Short)
Elite Beauty Shoppe Owner
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 1938 Room Service (contributing writer - uncredited)
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 1938 Room Service (assistant to the director)
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Enjoyed a long career on Broadway; active there from 1916-1948, returning in 1952 for one more production (the hit comedy, "Time Out for Ginger," starring Melvyn Douglas) after being blacklisted in Hollywood. Although he was an infrequent stage director, he continued to act and occasionally choreograph throughout his career. See more »

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