Edward Anhalt

Highest Rated: 98% The Right Stuff (1983)
Birthday: Mar 28, 1914
Birthplace: Not Available
Columbia University graduate Edward Anhalt worked as a continuity writer during television's "caveman" era of the 1930s and 1940s. Anhalt's first screenwriting credit was for the 1946 "B" film Avalanche. He won a 1950 Academy Award for his work on Panic in the Streets (1950), sharing the Oscar with Edna Anhalt, his wife and most frequent collaborator. Anhalt was busiest during his film career as an adaptor of other writer's works. Notable achievements in this vein include Member of the Wedding (1952), from Carson McCullers's play; Not as a Stranger (1955), from Frank G. Slaughter's novel; The Young Lions (1958), from the bestseller by Irwin Shaw; and The Right Stuff (1983), based on the nonfiction book by Tom Wolfe. In 1964, Edward Anhalt won another Oscar for his screen adaptation of the Jean Anouilh play Becket.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
98% The Right Stuff Grand Designer 1983
No Score Yet Escape to Athena Screenwriter 1979
No Score Yet Nowhere to Hide Alberto Amarici 1977
No Score Yet The Man in the Glass Booth Screenwriter 1975
No Score Yet QB VII Screenwriter 1974
No Score Yet Luther Screenwriter 1974
95% Jeremiah Johnson Screenwriter 1972
20% The Madwoman of Chaillot Screenwriter 1969
86% The Boston Strangler Screenwriter 1968
No Score Yet In Enemy Country Screenwriter 1968
86% Hour of the Gun Denver Doctor Screenwriter 1967
No Score Yet Boeing (707) Boeing (707) Screenwriter 1965
60% The Satan Bug Screenwriter 1965
75% Becket Screenwriter 1964
No Score Yet Strange Voyage (El extraño viaje) Screenwriter 1964
40% Girls! Girls! Girls! Screenwriter 1962
50% The Young Savages Screenwriter 1961
No Score Yet The Sins Of Rachel Cade Screenwriter 1961
No Score Yet In Love and War Screenwriter 1958
83% The Young Lions Screenwriter 1958
25% The Pride and the Passion Screenwriter 1957
13% Not as a Stranger (Morton Thompson's Not as a Stranger) Screenwriter 1955
91% The Member of the Wedding Screenwriter 1952
83% The Sniper Screenwriter 1952
No Score Yet Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back Screenwriter 1947

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