Edward Knoblock

Author - USA
Born April 7, 1874 in New York, New York, USA
Died July 19, 1945 in London

Mini-Biography:
Edward Knoblock was born on April 7, 1874 in New York, New York, USA. He was an American Author, known for Rosita (1923), Kismet (1955), Kismet (1930), Edward Knoblock's first movie on record is from 1914. Edward Knoblock died on July 19, 1945 in London. His last motion picture on file dates from 1955.

Edward Knoblock Filmography [Auszug]
1955: [/ /1] Kismet (Story: play), Directed by Stanley Donen, Vincente Minnelli, with Ann Blyth, Reiko Sato, Mike Mazurki,
1931: [10/24] The Sin of Madelon Claudet (Based on ), Directed by Edgar Selwyn, with Helen Hayes, Lewis Stone, Neil Hamilton,
1930: [10.30] Kismet (Based on : (play)), Directed by John Francis Dillon, with Otis Skinner, Loretta Young, David Manners,
1923: [03.09] Rosita (Scenario), Directed by Ernst Lubitsch, Raoul Walsh, with Mary Pickford, Holbrook Blinn, Irene Rich,
1921: [] Appearances (Based on : play), Directed by Donald Crisp, with David Powell, Mary Glynne, Langhorn Burton,
1920: [12.19] Blind Wives (Blind Wives (Working title)) (Based on : play ), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Marc McDermott, , Harry Sothern,
1920: [11.14] Kismet (Based on : play), Directed by Louis J. Gasnier, with Otis Skinner, Rosemary Theby, Elinor Fair,
1915: [07.00] The Shulamite (Follies of Desire, Folly of Desire) (Story), Directed by George Loane Tucker, with Norman McKinnell, Manora Thew, Gerald Ames,
1914: [12.00] Kismet (Scenario), Directed by Leedham Bantock, with , , Herbert Grimwood,

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