Born: Dec 18, 1918, Savannah, Georgia, USA
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Hal Kanter (born December 18, 1918) is a veteran writer, producer and director, principally for comedy actors such as Bob Hope, Jerry Lewis, and Elvis Presley (in Loving You and Blue Hawaii), for both feature films and television. Kanter helped Tennessee Williams turn the play by Williams into the film version of The Rose Tattoo. Since 1991, he has been regularly credited as a writer for the Academy Award broadcasts. Description above from the Wikipedia article Hal Kanter, licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
|Real Name||Hal Kanter|
|Date of Birth||Dec 18, 1918|
|Place of Birth||Savannah, Georgia, USA|