Edward Anhalt (Screenwriter) – Bio, Birthday, Family, Age & Born

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Edward Anhalt was a noted screenwriter, producer, and documentary filmmaker. After working as a journalist and documentary filmmaker for Pathé and CBS-TV he teamed with his wife Edna Anhalt, one of his five wives, during World War II to write pulp fiction.

Born: March 28, 1914, New York City, United States
Died: Sept 3, 2000, Pacific Palisades, California, United States
Nationality: American
Occupation: Screenwriter, producer, documentary filmmaker
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About Edward Anhalt

Screenwriter who wrote films like The Boston Strangler (1968), The Madwoman of Chaillot (1969), Luther (1973) and The Man in the Glass Booth (1975).

Before Fame

He served with the Army Air Force First Motion Picture Unit during WWII.

Achievement

He won an Oscar for Panic in the Streets and was nominated for The Sniper, along with his then-wife Edna.

Family Life

He was married five times.

Associations

He wrote Frank Sinatra‘s Contract on Cherry Street.

Information related to Edward Anhalt

  • Best Story Academy Award winners
  • First Motion Picture Unit personnel
  • Best Adapted Screenplay Academy Award winners
  • United States Army Air Forces officers
  • American documentary filmmakers

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Latest information about Edward Anhalt updated on September 02, 2020.


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