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March 17, 1904|
New York City
|Died||October 9, 1988
New York City
|Relatives||Jerome Chodorov, brother|
Edward Chodorov (April 17, 1904 – October 9, 1988), was a Broadway playwright. As well, he was the author or the producer of over 50 motion pictures.
Credited as writer or producer:
- Kind Lady (1951) (writer)
- Road House (1948) (writer/producer)
- The Hucksters (1947) (writer)
- Undercurrent (1946) (writer)
- The Man from Dakota (1940) (producer)
- A Hundred to One (1939) (producer)
- Rich Man, Poor Girl (1938) (producer)
- Spring Madness (1938) (writer/producer)
- Woman Against Woman (1938) (writer/producer)
- Yellow Jack (1938) (writer)
- The Devil Is Driving (1937) (producer)
- The Devil's Playground (1937) (associate producer)
- The League of Frightened Men (1937) (writer/producer)
- Craig's Wife (1936) (associate producer)
- Madame Du Barry (1934) (writer)
- The World Changes (1933) (writer)
- Captured! (1933) (writer/producer)
- The Mayor of Hell (1933) (writer)
- The Story of Louis Pasteur (1936) (writer)
- Oh, Men! Oh, Women! (1953), later adapted into a 1957 film
- Common Ground (1945)
- Decision (1944)
- Those Endearing Young Charms (1943)
- Cue for Passion (1940) with H. S. Kraft
- Kind Lady (1935)
- Wonder Boy (1931) with Arthur Barton
- Honan, William H. (October 12, 1988). "Edward Chodorov, 84, Playwright And Writer and Producer of Films". New York Times. Retrieved July 29, 2008.
Edward Chodorov, a Broadway playwright and the author or producer of some 50 motion pictures, died on Sunday after a brief illness at his home in New York City. He was 84 years old.
- "Edward Chodorov". IMDb. Retrieved November 26, 2014.
- "The Theater: New Play in Manhattan, May 7, 1945". Time. May 7, 1945.
- Edward Chodorov at the Internet Movie Database
- Edward Chodorov, 84, Playwright And Writer and Producer of Films (obituary); The New York Times, October 12, 1988