Top Ten Contributors - Deported (1950)

by milam_ogden | created - 14 Nov 2014 | updated - 14 Nov 2014 | Public

I like the intend of this storyline, however, the script doesn't quite pull off the urgency of the main character. I like Jeff Chandler and he does a credible job. Here are the top 10 collaborators that brought this story to the screen.

1. Lionel Shapiro

Writer | Deported

Lionel Shapiro was born in 1908. He was a writer, known for Deported (1950), Sealed Verdict (1948) and The Philco Television Playhouse (1948). He died on May 27, 1958.

wrote the original story

2. Robert Siodmak

Director | Nachts, wenn der Teufel kam

The director Robert Siodmak (which he insisted, be pronounced 'See-odd-mack') was a masterful film maker who successfully blended the techniques of German Expressionism with contemporary styles of American film, particularly film noir, in the process creating a handful of moody, sometimes chilling,...

asked by Universal Pictures to direct

3. Robert Buckner

Writer | Bright Victory

Robert Buckner was one of those individuals who flourished under the strictures of the studio system. He came to Hollywood highly qualified, holding degrees from the Universities of Virginia and Edinburgh and from the Ecole Polytechnique in Paris. His work history was also amazingly diverse. He had...

wrote the screenplay

4. Walter Scharf

Music_department | Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

Emmy- and Golden Globe-winner and ten-time Oscar-nominee Walter Scharf was born and raised in New York City, the son of Polish-Jewish immigrants. He started playing music at an early age, helping his uncle play the piano in theaters for silent films. His mother Bessie Zwerling was a well-known ...

uncredited for musical score

5. William H. Daniels

Cinematographer | Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Oscar-winning director of photography William Daniels was a master of black-and-white cinematographer most famous for the 21 films he shot that starred the immortal Greta Garbo between 1926 and 1939. Among the Gabro classics he lensed were The Torrent (1924), Flesh and the Devil (1926), Love (1927)...

provided the cinematography

6. Jeff Chandler

Actor | Broken Arrow

Jeff was born in Brooklyn and attended Erasmus High School. After high school, he took a drama course and worked in stock companies for two years. His next role would be that of an officer in World War II. After he was discharged from the service, he became busy acting in radio drama's and comedies...

plays Vic Smith, deported gangster

7. Märta Torén

Actress | Rogues' Regiment

From an early age her dream was to become an actress. Her first application for acting studies at The Royal Dramatic Theater in 1944 was unsuccessful. After additional dramatic coaching she was finally accepted in 1947. But screenwriter Edwin Blum arranged a screen test for RKO which eventually led...

plays role of Countess Christine

8. Claude Dauphin

Actor | Barbarella

In 1930, Claude, who was a stage-struck set designer at the Oden Theater, a repertory house in Paris, learned an ailing actor's part in two hours and took it over without a rehearsal. Tristan Bernard, the famous French playwright and producer took notice of this feat. He engaged Dauphin for the ...

plays Vito Bucelli

9. Marina Berti

Actress | Quo Vadis

Elena Maureen Bertolini, known as Marina Berti, was an English-born Italian film actress. Her first screen appearance was in the Anna Magnani film, La fuggitiva (1941). She appeared mainly in small roles and in the occasional leading role in nearly 100 films, both Italian and American. She appeared...

Gina Carapia

10. Richard Rober

Actor | Kid Monk Baroni

Richard Rober was born on May 14, 1910 in Rochester, New York, USA as Richard Steven Rauber. He was an actor, known for Kid Monk Baroni (1952), Port of New York (1949) and The File on Thelma Jordon (1949). He was married to Mary Hay Barthelmess. He died on May 26, 1952 in Santa Monica, California, ...

plays Bernardo Gevaso

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