B.P. Schulberg Overview:

Producer, B.P. Schulberg, was born Benjamin Percival Schulberg on Jan 19, 1892 in Bridgeport, CT. Schulberg died at the age of 65 on Feb 25, 1957 in Key Biscayne, FL .


Schulberg produced over 105 films from 1921 through 1943 including serving as Associate Producer for the silent classics: It (1927) starring Clara Bow; Wings (1927) which won the Best Picture Academy Award in 1927/28; and The Last Command (1928) for which Emil Jannings won the Best Actor Academy Award in 1927/28.

(Source: article by Annmarie Gatti for Classic Movie Hub).



He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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Head of Paramount Pictures in the 1930s.

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