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Gerald Schnitzer

Gerald Schnitzer was born on March 27, 1917 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. He is a writer and director, known for Bowery at Midnight (1942), Angels' Alley (1948) and The Corpse Vanishes (1942). See full bio »

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Known For

Bowery at Midnight
(1942)
Angels' Alley
Angels' Alley Writer
(1948)
The Corpse Vanishes
(1942)
Trouble Makers
(1948)

Filmography

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 1967 Sail to Glory
 1955 The Naked Sea (Documentary)
 1954 Four Wheels, No Brakes (Short) (story - as Jerry Schnitzer)
 1949 Angels in Disguise (screenplay)
 1949 Hold That Baby! (screenplay)
 1949 Fighting Fools (original screenplay)
 1948 Trouble Makers (original story) / (screenplay)
 1948 Jinx Money (screenplay)
 1948 Angels' Alley (screenplay) / (story)
 1943 A Scream in the Dark (writer)
 1943 Kid Dynamite (screenplay)
 1942 Bowery at Midnight (original story) / (screenplay)
 1942 The Corpse Vanishes (original story)
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Jerry Schnitzer
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