| December 17, 1891 (1891-12-17) New York, New York|
Screenwriter, film director
February 6, 1968, Hollywood, California, United States
Gloria Hoerl, Arthur Hoerl jr.
Reefer Madness, She Shoulda Said No!, Mystery of the 13th Guest, Texas to Bataan, The Payoff
Louis J Gasnier, Arthur Dreifuss, Spencer Gordon Bennet, Dave O'Brien, Sam Katzman
Teresa Hoerl, Louis Hoerl
Arthur Hoerl Wikipedia
Arthur Hoerl (December 17, 1891 – February 6, 1968) was an American screenwriter and film director.
Hoerl was born in New York, son of Louis Hoerl, a German immigrant silver polisher, and Teresa Hoerl. Arthur completed three years of high school, according to the 1940 US Census.
He wrote for 150 films between 1921 and 1968. One of his most well known credits is co-writer for the film Tell Your Children (1936) which is now known as Reefer Madness. For Broadway, 1932, he wrote the play A Few Wild Oats. He also directed four films between 1932 and 1934.
Hoerl died in Hollywood, California.The Devil's Chaplain (1929)
Two Sisters (1929)
Anne Against the World (1929)
Before Morning (1933 - directed)
Drums O' Voodoo (1934 - directed)
The Lady in Scarlet (1935)
Jungle Menace (1937)
Cipher Bureau (1938)
Isle of Destiny (1940)
The Vigilante (1947)
The Sea Hound (1947)
Brick Bradford (1947)
Tex Granger (1948)
She Shoulda Said No! (1949)
King of the Congo (1952)
Son of Geronimo (1952)
The Lost Planet (1953)