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Philip G. Epstein (1909–1952)

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Casablanca Writer
(1942)
(1944)
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(1937)

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 1983 Casablanca (TV Series) (original screenplay - 5 episodes)
- Divorce Casablanca Style (1983) ... (original screenplay)
- The Cashier and the Belly Dancer (1983) ... (original screenplay - uncredited)
- Jenny (1983) ... (original screenplay)
- Master Builder's Woman (1983) ... (original screenplay)
- Who Am I Killing (1983) ... (original screenplay - uncredited)
 1958 Alfred Hitchcock Presents (TV Series) (original idea - 1 episode)
- Bull in a China Shop (1958) ... (original idea - uncredited)
 1958 The Brothers Karamazov (adaptation)
 1956 The 20th Century-Fox Hour (TV Series) (based upon a stage play by - 1 episode)
- The Hefferan Family (1956) ... (based upon a stage play by)
 1955-1956 Casablanca (TV Series) (previous screenplay - 9 episodes)
- Deadlock! (1956) ... (previous screenplay)
- Siren Song (1956) ... (previous screenplay)
- The Alley (1956) ... (previous screenplay)
- Satan's Veil (1956) ... (previous screenplay)
- Fateful Night (1956) ... (previous screenplay)
 1955 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series) (original screenplay - 3 episodes)
- The Bride Came C.O.D. (1955) ... (original screenplay)
- Forever Female (1955) ... (original screenplay)
- Casablanca (1955) ... (original screenplay)
 1954 The Last Time I Saw Paris (screenplay)
 1953 Forever Female (written by)
 1949 My Foolish Heart (screen play)
 1949 Chicken Every Sunday (stage play)
 1948 Romance on the High Seas (screen play)
 1946 One More Tomorrow (additional dialogue)
 1945 War Comes to America (Documentary)
 1944 The Battle of China (Documentary)
 1944 Arsenic and Old Lace (screen play)
 1944 Mr. Skeffington (screen play)
 1943 Divide and Conquer (Documentary) (uncredited)
 1943 The Battle of Britain (Documentary) (writer)
 1943 The Nazis Strike (Documentary short) (writer)
 1943 The Battle of Russia (Documentary) (writer)
 1943 This Is the Army (contract writer - uncredited)
 1942 Casablanca (screenplay)
 1942 Yankee Doodle Dandy (contributor to screenplay - uncredited)
 1942 Why We Fight (Documentary) (uncredited)
 1942 The Male Animal (screen play)
 1942 The Man Who Came to Dinner (screen play)
 1941 The Bride Came C.O.D. (screen play)
 1941 The Strawberry Blonde (screen play)
 1941 Honeymoon for Three (additional dialogue)
 1940 No Time for Comedy (screen play)
 1940 Saturday's Children (screen play)
 1939 Four Wives (screen play)
 1939 Daughters Courageous (writer)
 1938 There's That Woman Again (screenplay)
 1938 The Mad Miss Manton (screen play)
 1938 Fools for Scandal (contributing writer - uncredited)
 1937 New Faces of 1937 (screenplay)
 1937 China Passage (contributing writer - uncredited)
 1936 Mummy's Boys (screen play)
 1936 Grand Jury
 1936 The Bride Walks Out (screen play)
 1936 Love on a Bet (screenplay)
 1934 Gift of Gab (story)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage: Wrote (w/Julius J. Epstein; earliest Broadway credit for both) "And Stars Remain", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Scenic Design by Aline Bernstein. Directed by Philip Moeller. Guild Theatre: 12 Oct 1936-Nov 1936 (closing date unknown/56 performances). Cast: Richard Barbee (as "Perry Feible"), Helen Gahagan (as "Cynthia Hope"), ... See more »

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Trivia:

Epstein and brother Julius J. Epstein became the first twins to be awarded Oscars when they won in the writing category for Casablanca (1942). See more »

Star Sign:

Leo

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