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      • Jerry Bresler (Jerome S. Bresler: April 13, 1908 in Denver, Colorado – August 23, 1977 in Los Angeles) was an American film producer. He won an Oscar in 1944 as co-producer for Heavenly Music (Best Short Subject, Two-reel) and in 1945 for Stairway to Light (Best Short Subject, one-reel). He began his film career as a production supervisor.
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    Jerry Bresler (Jerome S. Bresler: April 13, 1908 in Denver, Colorado – August 23, 1977 in Los Angeles) was an American film producer. He won an Oscar in 1944 as co-producer for Heavenly Music (Best Short Subject, Two-reel) and in 1945 for Stairway to Light (Best Short Subject, one-reel). He began his film career as a production supervisor.

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For the film producer, see Jerry Bresler (film producer). Jerome (Jerry) Bresler (May 29, 1914 in Chicago, Illinois – March 17, 2000 in Delray Beach, Florida) was an American conductor, songwriter and musician. He played piano at the age of 2 and conducted the NYU orchestra at 14.

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    Jerry Bresler (Jerome S. Bresler: April 13, 1908 in Denver Colorado – August 23, 1977 in Los Angeles) was an American film producer. He won an Oscar in 1944 as co-producer for Heavenly Music (Best...

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    Jerry Bresler(Jerome S. Bresler: April 13, 1908 in Denver Colorado – August 23, 1977 in Los Angeles)was an American film producer. He won an Oscarin 1944 as co-producer for Heavenly Music(Best Best Short Subject, Two-reel)and in 1945 for Stairway to Light(Best Short Subject, one-reel).

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    Jerry Bresler, Producer: Casino Royale. Jerry (Jerome) Bresler was born in Denver, Colorado on April 13, 1908. He began his film career as a production supervisor, and eventually started his own independent company. In the late 1930s, he joined MGM as a unit manager and worked on the Dr. Kildare series and other films.

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    Anton Bresler (born 1988), South African rugby union player Jerry Bresler (1914–2000), American songwriter, conductor Jerry Bresler (1908–1977), American film producer

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    Nov 03, 2016 · Jerry (Jerome) Bresler was born in Denver, Colorado on April 13, 1908. He began his film career as a production supervisor, and eventually started his own independent company. In the late 1930s, he joined MGM as a unit manager and worked on the Dr. Kildare series and other films.

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    At the film's initial release, it was 136 minutes long. After a disastrous premiere - the movie was almost universally panned by critics - an additional thirteen minutes got cut out, despite the protests of Peckinpah and producer Jerry Bresler.

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    Gidget Goes to Rome is a 1963 Columbia Pictures Eastmancolor feature film starring Cindy Carol as the archetypal high school teen surfer girl originally created by Sandra Dee in the 1959 film Gidget. The film is the third of three Gidget films directed by Paul Wendkos and expands upon Gidget's romance with boyfriend Moondoggie. The screenplay was written by Ruth Brooks Flippen based on ...