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Abraham S. Schomer (1876–1946)

One time leader in the Jewish Congress, Schomer was a well-known Yiddish novelist and playright. A New York attorney specializing in immigration law, he gave up his law practice in 1915 to write for motion pictures. See full bio »

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Known For

The Hidden Light
(1920)
The Sacred Flame
(1920)
The Chamber Mystery
(1920)
Ruling Passions
(1918)

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 1930 Today (play "Today")
 1920 The Hidden Light (screenplay) / (story)
 1920 The Chamber Mystery (as Abraham Schomer)
 1918 Ruling Passions (scenario)
 1917 To-Day (play)
 1916 Dämon und Mensch (play "The Inner Man")
 1916 The Yellow Passport (story)
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 1920 The Chamber Mystery (as Abraham Schomer)
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Other Works:

Stage: Wrote "The Inner Man", produced on Broadway. Lyric Theatre (moved to The Cort Theatre on 3 Sep 1917-close): 13 Aug 1917-unknown (48 performances). Cast: William Balfour, Harry Davenport (as "Hon. WM. Elvin"), Frederick Esmelton, Maude Hanaford, Grace Henderson, Julie Herne, Wilton Lackaye (as "Dick Bolger"), Thomas A. Magrane, ... See more »

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Star Sign:

Leo

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