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Buddy Adler (III) (1909–1960)


While known mostly for his activities as a film producer, Maurice Buddy Adler attended both Columbia and Pennsylvania universities and wrote fiction short stories for magazines prior to becoming involved in the film industry. In 1936 he joined MGM Pictures as a writer for the regular series of short subjects that were popular at the time. He ... See full bio »
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Won 1 Oscar. Another 6 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »

Known For

From Here to Eternity
(1953)
Violent Saturday
Violent Saturday Producer
(1955)

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 1943 Fala: The President's Dog (Short) (screenplay - as E. Maurice Adler)
 1942 Inflation (Short) (story - as E. Maurice Adler)
 1942 Keep 'Em Sailing (Short) (original story - as E. Maurice Adler) / (screenplay - as E. Maurice Adler)
 1942 Victory Quiz (Short) (screenplay - as E. Maurice Adler)
 1941 How to Hold Your Husband - BACK (Short) (screenplay - as E. Maurice Adler)
 1941 Water Bugs (Short) (original story and screen play - as E. Maurice Adler)
 1941 Cuban Rhythm (Short) (screenplay - as E. Maurice Adler)
 1941 Memory Tricks (Short) (screenplay - as E. Maurice Adler)
 1941 Quiz Biz (Short) (as E. Maurice Adler)
 1941 Penny to the Rescue (Short) (original story - as E. Maurice Adler) / (screenplay - as E. Maurice Adler)
 1940 Wedding Bills (Short) (original story and screenplay - as E. Maurice Adler)
 1940 Quicker'n a Wink (Documentary short) (uncredited)
 1940 Please Answer (Documentary short) (screenplay - as E. Maurice Adler)
 1940 'What's Your 'I.Q.'?': Number Two (Short) (as E. Maurice Adler)
 1940 Social Sea Lions (Short) (original story - as E. Maurice Adler) / (screenplay - as E. Maurice Adler)
 1940 Spots Before Your Eyes (Short) (as E. Maurice Adler)
 1940 What's Your IQ? (Documentary short) (as E. Maurice Adler)
 1940 Maintain the Right (Short) (as E. Maurice Adler)
 1939 Ski Birds (Documentary short) (original story - as E. Maurice Adler) / (screenplay - as E. Maurice Adler)
 1939 Radio Hams (Short) (screenplay - as E. Maurice Adler)
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E. Maurice Adler
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Was set to executive produce Elvis Presley film Flaming Star (1960), but he died on July 12, 1960, prior to the start of principal photography. The extent of his contribution to the production prior to that time has not been determined. See more »

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