Norman Panama

Biography

Norman Panama (April 21, 1914 – January 13, 2003) was an American screenwriter and film director born in Chicago, Illinois. He collaborated with a former school friend, Melvin Frank, to form a writing partnership which endured for three decades. He also wrote gags for comedians such as Bob Hope's ra...

12 titles Directing Writing

5.3

Barnaby and Me

1977 · Director

4.7

I Will, I Will...For Now

1976 · Director

5.5

How to Commit Marriage

1969 · Director

4.4

The Maltese Bippy

1969 · Director

6.0

Not With My Wife, You Don't!

1966 · Director

6.6

The Road to Hong Kong

1962 · Director

6.7

The Trap

1959 · Director

6.7

That Certain Feeling

1956 · Director

7.9

The Court Jester

1955 · Director

6.9

Knock On Wood

1954 · Director

7.0

Above and Beyond

1952 · Director

6.7

Callaway Went Thataway

1951 · Director

6.0

Strictly Dishonorable

1951 · Director

6.2

The Reformer and the Redhead

1950 · Director

22 titles Directing Writing

6.7

A Talent for Murder

1984 · Writer

4.7

I Will, I Will...For Now

1976 · Screenplay

6.0

Not With My Wife, You Don't!

1966 · Screenplay

6.6

The Road to Hong Kong

1962 · Writer

6.6

The Facts of Life

1960 · Screenplay

6.7

The Trap

1959 · Writer

6.7

That Certain Feeling

1956 · Writer

7.9

The Court Jester

1955 · Screenplay

6.9

Knock On Wood

1954 · Writer

7.6

White Christmas

1954 · Writer

7.0

Above and Beyond

1952 · Writer

6.7

Callaway Went Thataway

1951 · Writer

6.0

Strictly Dishonorable

1951 · Writer

6.2

The Reformer and the Redhead

1950 · Screenplay

6.5

The Return of October

1948 · Writer

7.3

Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House

1948 · Screenplay

6.7

It Had to Be You

1947 · Screenplay

6.9

Our Hearts Were Growing Up

1946 · Writer

7.5

Road to Utopia

1946 · Screenplay

6.5

Duffy's Tavern

1945 · Screenplay

7.0

The Princess and the Pirate

1944 · Screenplay

6.8

And the Angels Sing

1944 · Screenplay

7.3

Thank Your Lucky Stars

1943 · Screenplay

6.8

Star Spangled Rhythm

1942 · Screenplay

7.2

My Favorite Blonde

1942 · Story