Charles Lederer

Author, Director - USA
Borndate unknown

The day of birth of Charles Lederer is not on record. He is an American Author, Director, known for His Girl Friday (1940), Fingers at the Window (1942), Monkey Business (1952), Charles Lederer's first movie on record is from 1931. His last motion picture on file dates from 1964.

Charles Lederer Filmography [Auszug]
1964: [] A global affair (Scenario), Directed by Jack Arnold, with Bob Hope, Michèle Mercier, Liselotte Pulver,
1962: [/ /1] Follow that dream (Scenario), Directed by Gordon Douglas, with , , Howard McNear,
1962: [/ /1] Mutiny on the Bounty (Les Révoltés du Bounty) (Scenario), Directed by Lewis Milestone, Carol Reed, with Marlon Brando, Trevor Howard, Richard Harris,
1960: [/ /1] Ocean's eleven (Scenario), Directed by Lewis Milestone, with George Raft, Dean Martin, Buddy Lester,
1960: [/ /1] Can-Can (Scenario), Directed by Walter Lang, with Leon Belasco, Frank Sinatra, Juliet Prowse,
1959: [/ /1] It started with a kiss (Scenario), Directed by George Marshall, with Edgar Buchanan, Fred Clark, Glenn Ford,
1958: [/ /1] The fiend who walked the west (Story), Directed by Gordon Douglas, with Linda Cristal, Robert Evans, Stephen McNally,
1958: [] Never steal anything small (Director), with James Cagney, Shirley Jones,
1957: [] The Spirit of St. Louis (Scenario), Directed by Billy Wilder, with Marc Connelly, , ,
1955: [/ /1] Kismet (Story: play), Directed by Stanley Donen, Vincente Minnelli, with Ann Blyth, Reiko Sato, Mike Mazurki,
1953: [] Gentlemen prefer Blondes (Scenario), Directed by Howard Hawks, with Marilyn Monroe, Jane Russell, Charles Coburn,
1952: [09.03] Monkey Business (Howard Hawks' Monkey Business, Darling, I'm growing younger) (Scenario), Directed by Howard Hawks, with Cary Grant, Ginger Rogers, Charles Coburn,
1952: [08.07] O'Henry's Full House (Baghdad on the Subway (Working title)) (Scenario: : The Ransom of Red Chief), Directed by Henry Hathaway, Howard Hawks, with John Steinbeck, Everett Glass, Dale Robertson,
1949: [09.05] Red, Hot and Blue (Based on ), Directed by John Farrow, with Betty Hutton, Victor Mature, William Demarest,
1949: [/ /1] I was a male war bride (Scenario), Directed by Howard Hawks, with Arthur Hill, Michael Balfour, Russ Conway,
1947: [] Kiss of Death (Scenario), Directed by Henry Hathaway, with Richard Widmark, Howard Smith, J. Scott Smart,
1942: [/ /1] Fingers at the Window (Director), with Lew Ayres, Laraine Day, Basil Rathbone,
1941: [/ /1] Love Crazy (Scenario), Directed by Jack Conway, with Vladimir Sokolov, Donald MacBride, Myrna Loy,
1940: [/ /1] I love you again (Based on ), Directed by W. S. Van Dyke, with Charles Arnt, Morgan Wallace, Nella Walker,
1940: [] His Girl Friday (Scenario), Directed by Howard Hawks, with Alma Kruger, Cliff Edwards, Abner Biberman,
1940: [03.12] Comrade X (Scenario), Directed by King Vidor, with Eve Arden, Felix Bressart, Clark Gable,
1931: [04.04] Front Page (Scenario), Directed by Lewis Milestone, with Adolphe Menjou, Pat O'Brien, Mary Brian,

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