From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Felix Adler (January 22, 1884 – March 25, 1963) was an American screenwriter whose career spanned over 30 years. He is known for his work with the Three Stooges, including their Men in Black (1934), which received an Academy Award nomination for " Best Short Subject - Comedy ".
Felix Adler (professor) (1851–1933), professor of political and social ethics, founder of the American Ethical Culture movement Felix Adler (screenwriter) (1884–1963), film writer, known for writing many Three Stooges scripts Felix Adler (clown) (1895–1960), long-time head clown of Ringling Brothers Circus
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Pages in category "Films with screenplays by Felix Adler (screenwriter)" The following 14 pages are in this category, out of 14 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
Updated the page based on personal information I have on Felix as he is my great Uncle. Added fact he was a vaudeville actor. Removed reference to his "hoping for work that never came". That seems somewhat defamatory and the source should be referenced. Also changed "Hollywoodlan" to Holleywood Hills.
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Felix Adler was born in Alzey, Rhenish Hesse, Grand Duchy of Hesse, Germany, the son of a rabbi, Samuel Adler, a leading figure in European Reform Judaism. The family immigrated to the United States from Germany when Felix was six years old so that his father could accept the appointment as head rabbi at Temple Emanu-El in New York.
Felix O. Adlon was born on June 26, 1967 as Felix Oktavian Adlon. He is a writer and producer, known for Mahler on the Couch (2010), Eat Your Heart Out (1997) and Salmonberries (1991). He was previously married to Pamela Adlon.
Frank Bartlet Adler (better known by his stage name Felix Adler) (June 17, 1895 – February 1, 1960), born in Clinton, Iowa, was a circus performer and entertainer known as "The King of Clowns" who performed for Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey for 20 years. He was inducted into the International Clown Hall of Fame in 1989.
Best known for writing 94 of the screenplays and/or stories for the Three Stooges shorts, over three decades. Born in Chicago, Illinois, he was the youngest son of Joseph Isadore Adler (1843-1890) and Emma Salomon (1848-1946). He began as a dancer, singer, and comedian in vaudeville. In the 1920's, he wrote titles for Mack Sennett's silent movies.