Leonard Spigelgass

Biography

Leonard Spigelgass (November 26, 1908 – February 15, 1985) was an American film producer and screenwriter.

Born to a Jewish family in Brooklyn, New York, Spigelgass got his start collaborating on the script for Erich Von Stroheim's Hello, Sister! (1933). Additional screen credits includ...

23 titles Writing

7.2

Gypsy

1962 · Writer

6.8

A Majority of One

1961 · Screenplay, Theatre Play

5.5

Pepe

1960 · Story

6.9

Silk Stockings

1957 · Screenplay

5.7

Ten Thousand Bedrooms

1957 · Writer

5.9

Athena

1954 · Screenplay

6.5

Deep in My Heart

1954 · Writer

6.7

Scandal at Scourie

1953 · Writer

6.1

Because You're Mine

1952 · Screenplay

7.0

Night Into Morning

1951 · Screenplay

6.7

The Law and the Lady

1951 · Writer

7.1

Mystery Street

1950 · Story

7.0

I Was a Male War Bride

1949 · Screenplay

7.0

The Accused

1949 · Writer

6.9

So Evil My Love

1948 · Writer

6.6

The Perfect Marriage

1947 · Writer

6.8

They Got Me Covered

1943 · Original Story

6.1

The Youngest Profession

1943 · Screenplay

7.1

All Through the Night

1942 · Screenplay, Story

6.5

The Big Street

1942 · Screenplay

6.4

Butch Minds the Baby

1942 · Screenplay

6.3

Million Dollar Baby

1941 · Story

Unexpected Father

1939 · Story

6.3

Letter of Introduction

1938 · Writer

6.8

Service de Luxe

1938 · Writer

5.9

Stingaree

1934 · Adaptation

6.6

Hello, Sister!

1933 · Scenario Writer