George Oppenheimer was born on February 7, 1900. He was an American Author, known for The Two-faced Woman (1941), I love you again (1940), Libeled Lady (1936), George Oppenheimer's first movie on record is from 1936. George Oppenheimer died on August 14, 1977 in New York, NY, US. His last motion picture on file dates from 1953.
George Oppenheimer Filmography [Auszug]
1953:  Tonight we sing (Scenario), Directed by Mitchell Leisen, with David Wayne, Anne Bancroft, ,
1952: [/ /1] Anything can happen (Scenario), Directed by George Seaton, with Oscar Beregi sr., Mikhail Rasumny, Gloria Marlowe,
1949: [12/01] Adventures of Don Juan (Scenario), Directed by Vincent Sherman, with Errol Flynn, Viveca Lindfors, Robert Douglas,
1941:  The Two-faced Woman (Scenario), Directed by George Cukor, with Greta Garbo, Constance Bennett, Melvyn Douglas,
1940: [/ /1] I love you again (Scenario), Directed by W. S. Van Dyke, with Charles Arnt, Morgan Wallace, Nella Walker,
1938: [/ /1] Man-Proof (Scenario), Directed by Richard Thorpe, with Franchot Tone, William Stack, Rosalind Russell,
1938: [/ /1] The crowd roars (Scenario), Directed by Richard Thorpe, with Jane Wyman, Nat Pendleton, Maureen O'Sullivan,
1937: [/ /1] A day at the races (Scenario), Directed by Sam Wood, with Robert Middlemass, Esther Muir, Douglass Dumbrille,
1936:  Libeled Lady (Scenario), Directed by Jack Conway, with Spencer Tracy, William Powell, Myrna Loy,
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