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Edward Chodorov

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Name  Edward Chodorov
Role  Playwright
Siblings  Jerome Chodorov

Born  March 17, 1904 (1904-03-17) New York City
Relatives  Jerome Chodorov, brother
Died  October 9, 1988, New York City, New York, United States
Spouse  Rosemary Petit (m. ?–1988)
Books  3 Plays about Crime and Criminals, Oh, men! Oh, women!, The spa
Movies  Road House, Undercurrent, The Story of Louis Pasteur, The Mayor of Hell, Madame Du Barry
Similar People  Jerome Chodorov, Sheridan Gibney, William Dieterle, Anita Louise, Jean Negulesco

Edward Chodorov (April 17, 1904 – October 9, 1988), was a Broadway playwright. As well, he was the author or the producer of over 50 motion pictures.



Credited as writer or producer:

  • Kind Lady (1951) (writer)
  • Road House (1948) (writer/producer)
  • The Hucksters (1947) (writer)
  • Undercurrent (1946) (writer)
  • The Man from Dakota (1940) (producer)
  • A Hundred to One (1939) (producer)
  • Rich Man, Poor Girl (1938) (producer)
  • Spring Madness (1938) (writer/producer)
  • Woman Against Woman (1938) (writer/producer)
  • Yellow Jack (1938) (writer)
  • The Devil Is Driving (1937) (producer)
  • The Devil's Playground (1937) (associate producer)
  • The League of Frightened Men (1937) (writer/producer)
  • Craig's Wife (1936) (associate producer)
  • Madame Du Barry (1934) (writer)
  • The World Changes (1933) (writer)
  • Captured! (1933) (writer/producer)
  • The Mayor of Hell (1933) (writer)
  • Uncredited

  • The Story of Louis Pasteur (1936) (writer)
  • Snowed Under (1936) (contributor)
  • Blacklist

    Chodorov was blacklisted in 1953 by Hollywood studios for his failure to cooperate with the House Committee on Un-American Activities. He was identified as a Communist Party member by Jerome Robbins.


    Edward Chodorov Wikipedia