Ben Stoloff

Director, Producer




Director (Feature Film)

The New Movietone Follies of 1930 (1930)

Life Events


Movie Clip

Affairs Of Annabel, The (1938) -- (Movie Clip) All Women Are Alike Now posing as a domestic called "Mary," movie star Annabel (Lucille Ball) shows incognito gangsters (Anthony Warde, Edward Marr) to their room, then meets smitten teen Robert (Lee Van Atta), in The Affairs Of Annabel, 1938.
Affairs Of Annabel, The (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Stick You In The Pen! Opening scenes, nutty press agent Morgan (Jack Oakie) persuades studio chief Webb (Bradley Page) and malcontent movie star Annabel (Lucille Ball) that she should go to prison for publicity, in The Affairs Of Annabel, 1938.
Two O'Clock Courage (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Just A Close Friend Now dressed-up, cabbie Patty (Ann Rutherford) and amnesiac friend (Tom Conway) at last make progress, as they discover a restaurant where he's called "Step," and where Helen (Jane, billed as "Bettejane" Greer) pounces, in Two O'Clock Courage, 1945, directed by Anthony Mann.
Zombies On Broadway (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Are You A Zombie? We first meet Sheldon Leonard as gangster turned impresario Ace, then the stars, his press agents, Wally Brown and tubbier Alan Carney as Jerry and Mike, the RKO riposte to Abbott And Costello, in Gangsters On Broadway, 1945, with Bela Lugosi and Anne Jeffreys.
Zombies On Broadway (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Something Of The Devil Goon Joseph (Joseph Vitale) brings a vial to the jungle lab of his boss, Dr. Renault (Bela Lugosi, his first scene), who explains his science problem, then awakens Kalaga (Darby Jones, same guy from I Walked With A Zombie), in the comic knock-off Zombies On Broadway, 1945.
Zombies On Broadway (1945) -- (Movie Clip) If You See A Corpse Walking Around Comic team Jerry Miles and (goofier) Alan Carney, as New York press agents sent to an exotic island to find a Zombie, have recruited singer Jean (Anne Jeffreys), none of them aware they’re being stalked (by Darby Jones, who works for Bela Lugosi), in Zombies On Broadway, 1945.


Morris Stoloff
Musical director; at Columbia.