Sydney Boehm (April 4, 1908 - June 25, 1990) was an American screenwriter and producer. Boehm began his writing career as a newswriter for wire services and newspapers before moving on to screenwriting. His films include High Wall (1947), Anthony Mann-directed Side Street (1950), the sci-fi film When Worlds Collide (1951), and the crime drama The Big Heat (1953), for which Boehm won a 1954 Edgar Award for Best Motion Picture Screenplay.

Sydney Boehm was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on April 4, 1908 and died in Woodland Hills, California on June 25, 1990 at age 82.


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Needles in a heavenly haystack. There are more stars in the heavens than there are human beings on earth.
Sydney Boehm (1908-1990), U.S. screenwriter, and Rudolph Maté. Narrator, When Worlds Collide, The beginning of the movie. (1951). Based On A Novel By Edwin Bulmer and Philip Wylie (1902-1971).
The first day on the new world had begun.
Sydney Boehm (1908-1990), U.S. screenwriter, and Rudolph Maté. Printed on screen, When Worlds Collide, At the end of the movie. (1951). Based on a novel by Edwin Bulmer and Phillip Wylie (1902-1971).

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