George Oppenheimer

Biography: George Oppenheimer career span from 1933 until 1953. He wrote the following screen plays: Decameron Nights (1953), Tonight We Sing 1953), Anything Can Happen (1952), Born to Be Bad (1950), Perfect Strangers (1950), The Adventures of Don Juan (1949), 1947 Killer McCoy Play (1947), Killer McCoy (1947), Easy to Wed Play (1946), Undercurrent (1946), Easy to Wed (1946), Slightly Dangerous (1943), The Youngest (1943), The Youngest (1943), Profession (1942), Pacific Rendezvous (1942), The War Against Mrs. Hadley (1942), A Yank at Eton (1941), Two-Faced Woman (1941), The Feminine Touch (1941), Broadway Melody of (1940), I Love You Again (1940), The Crowd Roars (1938), Man-Proof (1938), Paradise for Three (1938), Three Loves Has Nancy (1938), A Yank at Oxford (1938), A Day at the Races (1937), I'll Take Romance (1937), London by Night (1937), Married Before Breakfast (1937), Libeled Lady (1936), We Went to College (1936), RendezvousGeorge Oppenheimer career span from 1933 until 1953. He wrote the following screen plays: Decameron Nights (1953), Tonight We Sing 1953), Anything Can Happen (1952), Born to Be Bad (1950), Perfect Strangers (1950), The Adventures of Don Juan (1949), 1947 Killer McCoy Play (1947), Killer McCoy (1947), Easy to Wed Play (1946), Undercurrent (1946), Easy to Wed (1946), Slightly Dangerous (1943), The Youngest (1943), The Youngest (1943), Profession (1942), Pacific Rendezvous (1942), The War Against Mrs. Hadley (1942), A Yank at Eton (1941), Two-Faced Woman (1941), The Feminine Touch (1941), Broadway Melody of (1940), I Love You Again (1940), The Crowd Roars (1938), Man-Proof (1938), Paradise for Three (1938), Three Loves Has Nancy (1938), A Yank at Oxford (1938), A Day at the Races (1937), I'll Take Romance (1937), London by Night (1937), Married Before Breakfast (1937), Libeled Lady (1936), We Went to College (1936), Rendezvous (1935), Roman Scandals (1933).
What happened suddenly to this wonderful career? Why do we have such limited biographic information about this man? George Oppenheimer wrote during the height of the MCCathyism. He had unpopular political believes. These believes came under scrutiny. In 1953 was reviewed on charges. His career ended with Decameron Nights in 1953.
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