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writer , Film producer and director

Albert Philip Brodax, American Writer, film producer and director. Decorated Purple Heart; recipient 32 Best Picture of the Year awards, New York Critics award, Bellringer award Scholastic magazine, others With United States Army; European Theatre of Operations.


Brodax, Albert Philip was born on February 14, 1926 in New York City. Son of Herman and Lillian H. (Joss) Brodax.


Student, Alfred University. Bachelor, University Wisconsin, 1948.


Program development staff The William Morris Agency, New York City, 1950-1960. Creator, head motion picture/television department King Features Syndicate, division Hearst Corporation, 1960-1969. Self-employed producer/writer/lyricist/director, 1979—1980.

Consultant Marvel Comics, 1980-1982, Computer Graphics Laboratories, Inc., since 1983. With United States Army, European Theatre of Operations.


  • Other Work

    • Writer: (films, tv) Danger. Writer (tv films) Climax. Writer: (films, tv) Suspense.

      Co-producer: (Broadway plays) Winesburg, Ohio. Producer, writer Up Periscope Yellow: The Making of the Beatle's Yellow Submarine (32 Best Picture of Year awards). Producer(writer): (television series) over 500 animations including 220 Popeyes, Barney Google, Krazy Kat, Beatles Cartoon, (co-creator (with Bob Kane) Cool McCool.


With United States Army. European Theatre of Operations.


Married Joan Francine Greenberg, June 24, 1951. Children: Daniel Seth, Douglas Aaron, Jessica.

Herman Brodax

Lillian H. (Joss) Brodax

Joan Francine Greenberg

Daniel Seth Brodax

Douglas Aaron Brodax

Jessica Brodax