Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Edward Anhalt Biography (1914-2000)
Born March 28, 1914, in New York, NY; married, wife's name Edna (a writer), 1935 (divorced, 1956). Addresses: Agent: Arthur Axelman, William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90212.
- Birth Details
- March 28, 1914
- New York, New York, United States
- Death Details
- September 3, 2000
- Pacific Palisades, California
Credits; Film Work
- Producer (with Edna Anhalt) My Six Convicts, Columbia, 1952.
- Associate producer (with Edna Anhalt) Eight Iron Men, Columbia, 1952.
- Producer, The Member of the Wedding, Columbia, 1952.
Credits; Film Appearances
- Russian grand designer, The Right Stuff, Warner Brothers, 1983.
Credits; Television Work; Movies
- Producer, Nowhere to Hide, NBC, 1979.
Credits; Television Work; Episodic
- Director, "A Time for Killing," The Bob Hope Chrysler Theater, NBC, 1965.
Credits; Television Appearances; Movies
- Senator Herbert Lehman, Tail Gunner Joe, NBC, 1977.
- Alberto Amarici, Nowhere to Hide, NBC, 1979.
- Judge, Madame X, NBC, 1981.
Problem Child (documentary), Independent, 1935.
Thunder of the Sea (documentary), Lutheran Radio Pictures, 1936.
- (With Edna Anhalt, under joint pseudonym Andrew Holt) Strange Voyage, Monogram, 1946.
- (With Edna Anhalt, under joint pseudonym Andrew Holt) Avalanche, Producers Releasing Corp., 1946.
- (With Edna Anhalt) Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back, Columbia, 1947.
The Gentleman From Nowhere, Columbia, 1948.
- (With Edna Anhalt, John Lucas Meredyth, George F. Slavin, and George W. George) Red Mountain, Paramount, 1952.
- (With Edna Anhalt) The Member of the Wedding, Columbia, 1952.
- (With Edna Anhalt) My Six Convicts, Columbia, 1952.
- (With Edna Anhalt) Eight Iron Men, Columbia, 1952.
- (With Edna Anhalt) Not as a Stranger, United Artists (UA), 1955.
- (With Edna Anhalt) The Pride and the Passion, UA, 1957.
The Young Lions, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1958.
In Love and War, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1958.
The Restless Years (also known as The Wonderful Years), Universal, 1959.
The Sins of Rachel Cade, Warner Brothers, 1960.
- (With J. P. Miller) The Young Savages, UA, 1961.
- (With Allan Weiss) Girls! Girls! Girls! Paramount, 1962.
A Girl Named Tamiko, Paramount, 1962.
Wives and Lovers, Paramount, 1963.
Becket, Paramount, 1964.
- (With James Clavell) The Satan Bug, UA, 1965.
Boeing, Boeing, Paramount, 1965.
Hour of the Gun, UA, 1967.
The Boston Strangler, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1968.
- (With Alfred Hayes) In Enemy Country, Universal, 1968.
The Madwoman of Chaillot, Warner Brothers, 1969.
- (With John Milius) Jeremiah Johnson, Warner Brothers, 1972.
Luther, American Film Theatre, 1974.
The Man in the Glass Booth, American Film Theatre, 1975.
- (With Richard S. Lochte) Escape to Athena, I.T.C., 1979.
- (With Ray Hassett, Anthony Simmons, and Robert DeLaurentiis) Green Ice, I.T.C., 1981.
- (With George Axelrod and John Hopkins) The Holcroft Covenant, Universal, 1985.
- Also author of The Salzburg Connection, 1971, and Splendora, with Camilla Carr.
Credits; Screen Stories
- (With David Dressler) The Crime Doctor's Diary, Columbia, 1949.
- (With Edna Anhalt) Panic in the Streets, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1950.
- (With Edna Anhalt) The Sniper, Columbia, 1952.
Credits; Television Scripts
- "A Time for Killing" (episode), The Bob Hope Chrysler Theater, NBC, 1965.
QB VII (mini-series), ABC, 1974.
Contract on Cherry Street (movie), NBC, 1977.
Nowhere to Hide (movie), NBC, 1979.
- (With Jean Holloway) Madame X (movie), NBC, 1981.
- (With James Lee Barrett and James Jones) The Day Christ Died (movie), CBS, 1982.
Peter the Great (mini-series), NBC, 1985.
The Neon Empire (movie), Showtime, 1989.
- (With Handel Glassberg) The Take (also known as The Mobsters), USA, 1990.
Alexander the Great (mini-series), TBS, 1990.
- Contributor to periodicals, including American Cinematographer andScreen Actor; contributor to pulp magazines with Edna Anhalt, under joint pseudonym Andrew Holt, during the 1940s.
Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 26: American Screenwriters, Gale, 1984.
- Marshall, J.D., Blueprint on Babylon, Phoenix House, 1978.
Films in Review, April 1964; November, 1968.
New York Times, August 5, 1950; December 31, 1952; March 12, 1964;April 15, 1965; October 17, 1968.
Screen Actor, summer, 1981.
Time, March, 1965.
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