Edna Anhalt (April 10, 1914 – 1987) was an American screenwriter, television writer, and film producer. Together with then husband Edward Anhalt, she enjoyed some considerable success in a 10-year stretch from 1947 to her retirement in 1957. This stretch was capped with an Oscar win for Elia Kazan's 1950 film Panic in the Streets, and another nomination two years later for The Sniper. She also wrote the screenplays to The Member of the Wedding (1952), Not as a Stranger (1955) and The Pride and the Passion (1957), before hanging up her pen after her divorce.
April 10, 1914
|Spouse(s)||Edward Anhalt (div.)|
|1947||Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back||Script|
|1948||The Younger Brothers||Script|
|1950||Panic in the Streets||From a Story By|
|1950||Return of the Frontiersman||Screenplay|
|1952||My Six Convicts||Associate Producer|
|1952||Eight Iron Men||Associate Producer|
|1952||The Sniper||Associate Producer. Original Story|
|1953||The Member of the Wedding||Associate Producer, Script|
|1955||Not as a Stranger||Script|
|1957||The Hole Card||Teleplay|
|1957||The Pride and the Passion||Screen Story and Screenplay by|
- "Edward anhalt". OBITUARY. Variety. 2000-09-11. Retrieved 2009-08-05.
- Lyon, Christopher; James Vinson; Susan Doll; Greg S. Faller (1987). International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers: Writers and production artists. St. James Press. p. 18. ISBN 9780912289090.
- "Internet Movie Database - Edna Anhalt". Retrieved 2009-05-14.
- "BFI -Edna Anhalt". Retrieved 2018-06-26.