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George Oppenheimer (1900–1977)

George Oppenheimer had a prolific career as a critic, playwright, screenwriter and publisher. A graduate of Williams College, he was first engaged as an advertising publications manager by Alfred A. Knopf, before venturing into the publishing business as co-founder of Viking Press (with Harold Guinzburg) in 1925. Eight years later, Oppenheimer ... See full bio »

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 1957 The Thin Man (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Unwelcome Alibi (1957) ... (writer)
  Topper (TV Series) (writer - 23 episodes, 1953 - 1955) (written by - 2 episodes, 1953 - 1954)
- The Neighbors (1955) ... (writer)
- Topper Tells All (1954) ... (writer)
- George's Old Flame (1954) ... (written by)
- Theatricals (1954) ... (writer)
- The Boat (1954) ... (writer)
 1954 The Great Diamond Robbery (uncredited)
 1953 Tonight We Sing (writer)
 1953 Decameron Nights (screenplay)
 1952-1953 Mr. & Mrs. North (TV Series) (written by - 4 episodes)
- On the Rocks (1953) ... (written by)
- Silent Butler (1952) ... (written by)
- Comic-Strip Tease (1952) ... (written by)
- Surprise (1952) ... (written by)
 1952 Anything Can Happen (written for the screen by)
 1951 The Ford Theatre Hour (TV Series) (adapted by - 2 episodes)
- Three in a Room (1951) ... (adapted by)
- Ticket to Oblivion (1951) ... (adapted by)
 1950 Born to Be Bad (additional dialogue)
 1950 Perfect Strangers (adaptation)
 1948 Adventures of Don Juan (screenplay)
 1947 Killer McCoy (story)
 1946 Undercurrent (uncredited)
 1946 Easy to Wed (original story "Libeled Lady")
 1944 Blonde Fever (uncredited)
 1944 Bathing Beauty (uncredited)
 1943 Slightly Dangerous (screenplay)
 1943 The Youngest Profession (screenplay)
 1942 The War Against Mrs. Hadley (original screenplay)
 1942 A Yank at Eton (screenplay) / (story)
 1942 Pacific Rendezvous (screenplay)
 1941 Two-Faced Woman (original screenplay)
 1941 The Feminine Touch (original screenplay)
 1941 The Big Store (uncredited)
 1941 Blonde Inspiration (uncredited)
 1941 The Wild Man of Borneo (uncredited)
 1940 I Love You Again (screen play)
 1940 Strange Cargo (uncredited)
 1940 Broadway Melody of 1940 (screen play)
 1939 Balalaika (uncredited)
 1939 These Glamour Girls (uncredited)
 1939 Lady of the Tropics (uncredited)
 1939 Honolulu (uncredited)
 1938 Three Loves Has Nancy (writer)
 1938 The Crowd Roars (screenplay)
 1938 A Yank at Oxford (screen play)
 1938 Paradise for Three (screen play)
 1938 Man-Proof (screen play)
 1937 Nothing Sacred (contributor to treatment - uncredited)
 1937 I'll Take Romance (screenplay)
 1937 The Bride Wore Red (uncredited)
 1937 London by Night (screen play)
 1937 Married Before Breakfast (screen play)
 1937 A Day at the Races (screen play)
 1937 The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (contributor to dialogue - uncredited)
 1936 Libeled Lady (screen play)
 1936 We Went to College (story)
 1935 A Night at the Opera (uncredited)
 1935 Rendezvous (screenplay)
 1935 No More Ladies (contributor to dialogue - uncredited)
 1933 Roman Scandals (additional material)
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Stage Play: The Manhatters. Musical revue. Music by Alfred Nathan. Book by Aline Erlanger and George S. Oppenheimer. Lyrics by George Oppenheimer [credited as George S. Oppenheimer]. Directed by Dave Bennett. Selwyn Theatre: 3 Aug 1927- Oct 1927 (closing date unknown/68 performances). Cast: Sally Bates, Burke Boyce, George Francis Brown, ... See more »

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