Lou Breslow Net Worth

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Louis Breslow (née Lewis Breslow; July 18, 1900 – November 10, 1987) was an American screenwriter and film director. He wrote for 70 films between 1928 and 1955. He also directed seven films between 1932 and 1951 and wrote scripts for both Laurel and Hardy in their first two films at 20th Century Fox, and Abbott and Costello.Lou Breslow married film actress and comedienne Marion Byron in 1932, and remained married until her death in 1985.
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Date Of BirthJuly 18, 1900, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
DiedNovember 10, 1987, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, United States
Place Of BirthBoston, Massachusetts, USA
ProfessionWriter, Producer, Director
SpouseMarion Byron (m. 1932–1985)
Star SignCancer


Run for Your Life1967TV Series writer - 1 episode
My Mother the Car1965TV Series written by - 1 episode
My Three Sons1962TV Series written by - 1 episode
Leave It to BeaverTV Series story - 1 episode, 1961 written by - 1 episode, 1961
The Thin Man1959TV Series 1 episode
The Crooked Web1955story and screenplay
Damon Runyon Theater1955TV Series story - 1 episode
The Ray Milland Show1954TV Series teleplay - 1 episode
The Ford Television TheatreTV Series teleplay - 2 episodes, 1954 screenplay - 1 episode, 1954 screen play by - 1 episode, 1954
Back at the Front1952screenplay / story
Steel Town1952
My Favorite Spy1951adaptation / story
Reunion in Reno1951adaptation
You Never Can Tell1951screenplay / story
Little Egypt1951additional dialogue
Bedtime for Bonzo1951
Never a Dull Moment1950screenplay
And Baby Makes Three1949screenplay / story
An Innocent Affair1948writer
On Our Merry Way1948screenplay
Merton of the Movies1947
Second Chance1947original story - as Louis Breslow
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in Hollywood1945screenplay
Murder, He Says1945screen play
Follow the Boys1944original screen play
The Heat's On1943story - uncredited
Good Luck, Mr. Yates1943writer
Something to Shout About1943writer
A-Haunting We Will Go1942screenplay / story
Whispering Ghosts1942
Blondie Goes to College1942screenplay
Great Guns1941original screenplay
Sleepers West1941screen play
Sailor's Lady1940additional dialogue
Shooting High1940original screenplay
The Man Who Wouldn't Talk1940contract writer - uncredited
20,000 Men a Year1939screenplay
Pack Up Your Troubles1939writer
Hollywood Cavalcade1939based upon an original idea by
It Could Happen to You1939writer
Up the River1938screenplay
Five of a Kind1938original screenplay
City Streets1938screenplay
Mr. Moto Takes a Chance1938screenplay
Battle of Broadway1938screenplay
International Settlement1938writer
Big Town Girl1937
Dangerously Yours1937screenplay
One Mile from Heaven1937screenplay
Sing and Be Happy1937
Midnight Taxi1937screenplay
Time Out for Romance1937screenplay
The Holy Terror1937
Fifteen Maiden Lane1936screenplay
Charlie Chan at the Race Track1936from a story by
36 Hours to Kill1936screen play
High Tension1936
Little Miss Nobody1936
Paddy O'Day1936
Music Is Magic1935screenplay
This Is the Life1935adaptation
Dante's Inferno1935contributor to screenplay construction and dialogue - uncredited
Silk Hat Kid1935screenplay
$10 Raise1935screenplay - as Louis Breslow
It's a Gift1934contributor to special sequences - uncredited
Gift of Gab1934adaptation
Tripping Through the Tropics1934Short screenplay
No More Women1934screenplay
Sitting Pretty1933writer
Rackety Rax1932screenplay
No Greater Love1932screenplay
Fancy Curves1932Short story
Just Pals1932Short
Over the Fence1932Short
Perfect Control1932Short story
Slide, Babe, Slide1932Short story
Soup to Nuts1930uncredited
The Farmer's Daughter1928story
Plastered in Paris1928story
Mum's the Word1927Short story
Play Ball with Babe Ruth1920Short story


Home Run Derby1960TV Series producer - 26 episodes
Mackenzie's Raiders1958-1959TV Series producer - 3 episodes
Target1958TV Series producer - 5 episodes
The Ford Television Theatre1956-1957TV Series producer - 14 episodes
Playhouse 901957TV Series producer - 1 episode
Celebrity Playhouse1956TV Series producer - 2 episodes
Damon Runyon Theater1955-1956TV Series producer - 33 episodes


You Never Can Tell1951
Punch Drunks1934Short
Officer, Save My Child1932Short
Doctor's Orders1932Short
Running with Charles Paddock1932Short
Fancy Curves1932Short
Over the Fence1932Short

Assistant Director

Follow the Boys1944director: Delta Rhythm Boys sequence - uncredited
The Gay Retreat1927assistant director


Fatty Joins the Force1913ShortBoy (uncredited)


The Human Tornado1925


That's Entertainment, Part II1976Documentary acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by


20th Century Fox Promotional Film1936Documentary shortHimself (uncredited)

Archive Footage

Hollywood: The Gift of Laughter1982TV Movie documentaryActor - 'Fatty Joins the force' (uncredited)

Known for movies

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