Felix Adler

Biography: Adler was born on January 22, 1884 and started as a vaudevillian, but soon made the transition to film by writing for Mack Sennett in 1924 with "The Cannonball Express." Throughout the 20s and early 30s, he wrote for numerous silent screen comics, such as Billy Bevan and Harold Lloyd. In 1934, he began writing for the Three Stooges with "Men in Black", and would remain one of Columbia's top short subject department writers until its closure on 1957. In the late 30s and early 40s he worked on several Laurel and Hardy features, as well as additional comic sequences for Abbott & Costello in 1945's "The Naughty Nineties". He would also work briefly on "The Abbott & Costello Show" in the early 1950s. Adler retired in 1958 after his final Stooges film "Oil's Well That Ends Well" was released. He was committed to the Motion Picture & Television Hospital in the early 60s, and died of abdominal cancer in 1963.

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Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd The Laurel and Hardy Show: Season 16 Feb 16, 1940 Writer tbd
tbd The Laurel and Hardy Show: Season 14 May 20, 1938 Writer tbd
tbd The Laurel and Hardy Show: Season 13 Apr 16, 1937 Writer tbd