Warner Bros. Screenplays (TC099)

1928-1969
 

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Manuscripts Division
Dept. of Rare Books and Special Collections
Princeton University Library
2003



 
Box Screenplay
1 Abbott, George
see: The Pajama Game. Damn Yankees
Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd 
by Howard Dimsdale and John Grant. Final script. 5/23/52
About Face
Screenplay by Peter Milne. From the stage play by John Monks, Jr. and Fred Finklehoffe. Final script. 8/4/51
Accidents Will Happen
Screenplay by George Bricker, Anthony Coldewey, Victor C. Rose. Original story by George Bricker. Final script. 8/24/37
Across the Everglades
See: Wind Across the Everglades
Screenplay by Budd Schulberg. 9/16/58
Across the Pacific
Screenplay by Richard Macaulay. Revised final script. 3/5/42
Act of Mercy (working title)
See: Guns of Darkness
Screenplay by John Mortimer. Based on a novel by Francis Clifford. Final script. 6/18/62
Act One
Based on an autobiography by Moss Hart. Screenplay by Dore Schary. 2/15/63
2 Action in the North Atlantic
Screenplay by John Howard Lawson and W. R. Burnett. Revised final script. 9/1/42
Adios
Lanier Bartlett and Virginia Stivers Bartlett. Screenplay and dialogue by Bradley King. 5/24/30
The Adopted Father
Screenplay by Charles Kenyon. Revised version by George Arliss and Maude T. Howell. Final script. 12/31/32
Adventure in Iraq
George Bilson and Robert E. Kent. From the play The Green Goddess by William Archer. 8/25/42
The Adventures of Don Juan 2
Screenplay by George Oppenheimer and Harry Kurnitz. Final script. 10/9/47 (Part 1)
The Adventures of Jane Arden
Screenplay by Lawrence Kimball and Charles Curran. Final script. 10/24/38
The Adventures of Mark Twain
Harold M. Sherman. Screenplay by Alan LeMay. Final script. 6/12/42
3 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Original screenplay by Norma Reilly Raine and Seton I. Miller. Part 1, 3rd revised final 9/25/37. Part 2, 3rd revised final 10/11/37. Part 3, 3rd revised final 10/19/37
Adventurous Blonde
Anonymous. Final script. 5/22/37
Affectionately Yours
Original by Fanya Foss and Aleen Leslie. Screenplay by Edward Kaufman. Revised final script. 1/7/41
After Nightfall
Screenplay by Borden Chase. Final script. 8/6/49
The Agony Column
Earl Derr Biggers. Joseph Jackson (dialogue). 1/7/30
Air Force
Screenplay by Dudley Nichols. Revised final script. 7/2/42
Albee, Edward
See: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
4 Alcatraz 
Original and Screenplay by Crane Wilbur. Second revised final. 5/5/37
Aldrich, Robert
See: Four For Texas
Alexander Hamilton
Screenplay by Julien Josephson and Maude T. Howell. From the play by Mary P. Hamlin and George Arliss. Final script. 3/28/31
Alias The Doctor
Anonymous.. Revised final script. 11/19/31
Alibi Ike
Original story by Ring Lardner. Screenplay by William Wister Haines. Revised final script. 3/20/35
All God's Children
See: This Rebel Breed
Screenplay by Morris Lee Green. Story by William Rowland and Irma Berk. 10/16/59
All in Good Time
See: The Family Way
Screenplay by Bill Naughton from his play All in Good Time. Adaptation by Roy Boulting and Jeffrey Dell. Final script. 3/1966
5 All Rights Reserved
Screenplay by Casey Robinson. Revised final script. 2/8/38
All This, and Heaven Too
Screenplay by Casey Robinson. Novel: Rachel Field. Revised final script. 2/5/40
All Through the Night
See: A Cry in the Night
Screenplay by Leonard Spigelglass and Edwin Gilbert. Revised final script. 7/31/41
Allen, Gene
See: The Chapman Report
Allen, Irwin
See: The Animal World. The Story of Mankind
Alma Mater
See: Trouble Along the Way
Screenplay by Melville Shavelson and Jack Rose. Story by Douglas Morrow and Robert Hardy Andrews. Final script. 10/10/52
Altieri, Major James
See: Darby's Rangers
Always a Bride
Screenplay by Robert E. Kent. 9/14/40
Always in My Heart
Adele Comandini. Revised final script. 10/9/41
6 Always Leave Them Laughing
Richard Macaulay. Jerry Wald. Revised final script. 10/25/38
Screenplay by Jack rose and Melville Shavelson. from a story by Max Shulman and Richard Mealand. Final script. 7/20/49
Always Sweethearts
See: Story of Seabiscuit
Original Screenplay by John Tainter Foote. Final script. 4/6/49
The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse
By Barre Lyndon. Screenplay by John Wexley and John Huston. Final script. 1/26/38
America, America
See: The Anatolian Smile
An American Dream
Screenplay by Mann Rubin. Based on novel by Norman Mailer. Final script. 3/1/66
7 American Family
See: Fly Away Home
Screenplay by Julius J. and Philip G. Epstein. Final script. 1/27/39
An Angel from Texas
See: Butter and Eggman
Screenplay by Bertram Milhauser and Fred Niblo, Jr. Part 1, Final, 2/5/40. Part 2, Final, 2/8/40. Part 3, Final, 2/17/40
The Anatolian Smile
See: America America
Elia Kazan. 2/22/62
And It All Came True
Novel: Louis Bromfield. Screenplay by Casey Robinson. Revised final script. 10/10/39
Anderson, Maxwell
See: The Bad Seed. The Wrong Man
Anderson, Robert
See: The Nun's Story
Andrews, Robert Hardy
See: Alma Mater. The Tanks are Coming
Angels with Dirty Faces
Based on an original by Rowland Brown. Screenplay by John Wexley and Warren Duff. Temp. 5/12/38
Angle Shooter
Screenplay by Warren Duff. Final script. 3/15/37
Anhalt, Edward
See: Rachel Cade
Animal Kingdom
See: One More Tomorrow
Anonymous. Revised final. 9/15/43
The Animal World
Screenplay by Irwin Allen. Revised final script. 1/12/56
Another Dawn
Original and screenplay by Laird Doyle. Revised final script. 9/1/36
8 Any Wednesday
Based on the play by Muriel Resnik. Screenplay by Julius J. Epstein. Final script. 3/24/66
Applesauce
See: Red Apples
Screenplay by Ben Markson. From the play by Barry Connors. 11/7/35
April in Paris
Screenplay by Melville Shavelson and Jack Rose. Final script. 2/27/52
April Showers
Screenplay by Peter Milne and Henry and Phoebe Ephron. Revised final script. 8/26/47
Arcos, Luis de los
See: The Valley of the Swords
The Argyle Case
Screenplay by Harvey Thew. Based on a play by Harriet Ford and Harvey J. O'Higgins. n.d.
Arsenic and Old Lace
Screenplay by Julius J. and Philip G. Epstein. Based on a play by Joseph Kesselring. n.d.
9 As Long as You're Near Me
Anonymous. Final script. 8/15/55
As the Earth Turns
Screenplay by Ernest Pascal. Final script. 10/23/33
The Assignment
Sheldon Reynolds. Revised final script. 10/31/66
At Bay (sound version)
Screenplay by F. Hugh Herbert. From the play by Lalda Sears and Dodson Mitchell. n.d.
Atlantic Ferry (working title)
Screenplay by Gordon Wellesley and Edward Dryhurst. n.d.
Auntie Mame
Patrick Dennis. Screenplay by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Final script. 2/24/58
The Aviator
Anonymous. 3/21/38
10 Babbitt
Revised continuity by Mary C. McCall, Jr. Final script. 8/15/34
Baby Doll
Tennessee Williams. Final script. 10/18/55
Baby Face
Screenplay by Gene Markey and Kathryn Scola. Final script. 12/17/32
A Baby for Midge
See: Close to My Heart
Written by/screenplay by: James R. Webb. Final script. 4/6/51
Back Pay
From the story by Fannie Hurst. Screen adaptation by Francis Edward Faragon. Final script. 11/21/29
Back to Broadway
Anonymous. Final script. 5/1/35
Back to Broadway
See: She's Back on Broadway
Written by Orin Jannings. Screenplay by Orin Jannings and John Monks, Jr. Revised final. 7/5/52
11 Back Track
See: Fort Dobbs. Fifteen Bullets from Fort Dobbs
Screenplay by Burt Kennedy and George W. George. Final script. 6/5/57
Backfire
Anonymous. 10/17/35
Background to Danger
Screenplay by W. R. Burnett. Revised final. 9/25/42
Bad Man's Territory
Original story by Marion Jackson. Screenplay by Luci Ward and Joseph K. Watson. Revised final. 9/30/36
Bad Men of Missouri
Anonymous. 2nd revised final script. 3/19/41
The Bad Seed
Play: Maxwell Anderson. Novel: William March. Screenplay by John Lee Mahin. Final script. 8/10/55
Badman's Country
Screenplay by Orville H. Hampton. 7/1/57
Baker, Elliott
See: A Fine Madness
Balchin, Nigel
See: The Singer Not the Song
Baldwin, Earl
See: Sulu Sea. Lullaby of Broadway
12 Band of Angels
Screenplay by John Twist, Ivan Goff, Ben Roberts. From the novel by Robert Penn Warren. Final script. 12/26/56
Barber John's Boy
By Ben Ames Williams. Adaptation and dialogue by Joseph Jackson. Final script. n.d.
Barlow, James
See: Term of Trial
Barnett, James
See: House of Wax
Barrett, James Lee
See: The D. I.. The Green Berets
Barricade
Screenplay by William Sackheim. Final script. 3/21/49
Barrymore, Diana
See: Too Much, Too Soon
Bartlett, Hall
See: Unchained
Bassing, Eileen and Robert
See: Home Before Dark
Battle, John Tucker
See: Shoot-Out at Medicine Bend
Battle Cry
Screenplay by Leon M. Uris. Revised final script. 5/27/54
Battle of City Hall
Jonathan Finn and Niven Busch. Screenplay by Michael Fessier, Niven Busch, and Robert Buckner. Final script. 2/7/39
Battle of the Bulge
See: Via Legal
Written by Philip Yordan, Milton Sperling, John Melson. 2/15/65
13 The Battle of the Villa Fiorita
Novel: Rumer Godden. Screenplay by Delmer Daves. Final script. 3/20/64
The Beast with Five Fingers
Screenplay by Curt Siodmak. Revised final. 11/17/45
Beauchamp, P. D.
See: Shoot-Out at Medicine Bend
Becker, Stephen
See: A Covenant with Death
Bedside
Screenplay by Lillie Hayward and Rian James. 9/19/33
The Beggar's Opera
By John Gay. Screenplay by Christopher Fry, Denis Cannan, and Peter Brook. 8/5/52
Behrman, S. N.
See: Fanny
Beich, Albert
See: Dead Ringer. A Distant Trumpet
Beldew, Charles
See: The Wax Works
Bellah, James Warner
See: Rear Guard. The Sea Chase
Benedictus, David
See: You're a Big Boy Now!
Bengal Killer
Story by Earl Felton. Screenplay by Roy Chanslor. Final script. 4/14/36
Bennett, Charles
See: The Story of Mankind
Bennett, Jay
See: The Catacombs
Benton, Robert
See: Bonnie and Clyde
Berk, Irma
See: All God's Children
Beyond the Forest
Screenplay by Lenore Coffee. Third revised final. 5/12/49
14 Big Boy
Anonymous. 4/14/39
Big Business
Story by Edw. Hartman. Screenplay by William Jacobs and George Bricker. Final script. 2/8/36
Big Business Girl
Screenplay by Robert Lord. Sound version. 12/19/30
A Big Hand for the Little Lady
By Sidney Carroll. Revised final script. 7/9/65
Big Hearted Herbert
Anonymous. Final script. 6/15/34
Big Jim McLain
See: The Devil and Dan'l Webster
Written by James Edward Grant, Richard English, Eric Taylor. 8/20/52
15 The Big Land
Screenplay by David Dortort and Martin Rackin. Final script. 6/19/56
The Big League
See: The Winning Team
Screenplay by Ted Sherdeman, Seeleg Lester, and Merwin Gerard. From a story by Seeleg Lester and Merwin Gerard. Final script. 11/9/51
The Big Sleep
William Faulkner and Leigh Brackett. Temp. 9/26/44
The Big Stampede
Marion Jackson. 6/22/32
The Big Trees
Story by Kenneth Earl. Screenplay by John Twist and James R. Webb. Final script. 6/15/51
Bimbo the Great (Rivals of the Arena)
Anonymous. n.d.
Binyon, Claude
See: Kisses for My President
The Birds, The Bees, and the Italians
See: Signore and Signori
Pietro Germi and Luciano Vincenzoni. n.d.
Bissell, Richard
See: The Pajama Game
16 Black Gold (Golconda)
Story by Harry Whittington. Screenplay by Bob and Wanda Duncan. Second revised final. 8/28/61
Black Hell
Original "Jan Volkanik" by Judge M. A. Musmanno and a play Bohunk by Harry R. Irving. Screenplay by Abem Finkel and Carl Erickson. Final script. 10/8/34
Black Legion
Story by Robert Lord. Screenplay by Abem Finkel and William Wister Haines. n.d.
Black Patch
See: Decision at Sundown
Written by Leo Gordon. Screenplay by Leo Gordon. Shooting script. 3/26/57
The Black Scorpion
Story by Paul Yawitz. Screenplay by David Duncan and Robert Blees. 5/7/57
Black Widow
Screenplay by Scott Darling and Erna Lazarus. Final script. 7/17/41
Blackburn, Thomas
See: Colt .45. Cattle Town. Raton Pass. Riding Shotgun
17 Blackmail
Screenplay by Robert E. Kent. From a story by G. T. Fleming-Roberts. Final script. 10/29/42
Blackwell's Island
Crane Wilbur. Revised final script. 7/3/38
Blees, Robert
See: From the Earth to the Moon. The Black Scorpion
Bloch, Robert
See: The Couch
Block that Kick
Original story by William Jacobs. Screenplay by William Jacobs and Anthony Coldeway. Final script. 6/23/37
Blondes at Work
Original Screenplay by Albert DeMond. Final script. 9/8/37
Blondie Johnson
Story and Screenplay by Earl Baldwin. Final script. 10/19/32
Blood Alley
Story and Screenplay by A. S. Fleischman. Revised final script. 11/9/54
18 Blood Lines
Original story and Screenplay by William Jacobs. Revised final script. 4/17/36
Bloom, Harold Jack
See: Land of the Pharaohs
Blowing Wild
Screenplay by Philip Yordan. Final script. 1/20/53
The Blue Gardenia
Original story by Vera Caspary. Screenplay by Charles Hoffman. Final shooting script. n.d.
See also: Miscellaneous Screenplays Collection (TC111)
Blum, Edwin
See: Sulu Sea
The Bobo
Novel Olimpia by Burt Cole. Screenplay by David R. Schwartz. Third draft. 7/19/66
Boehm, Sydney
See: The Darkest Hour
Bombers B-52
See: No Sleep Till Dawn
Story by Sam Rolfe. Screenplay by Irving Wallace. Second revised final. 12/28/56
Boniger, Walter
See: The Travelers
Bonnie and Clyde
Screenplay by David Newman and Robert Benton. Final script. 9/6/66
Border Town
Anonymous. Second revised temp. script. 7/5/34
19 Born Reckless
Richard Landau and Aubrey Schenck. Screenplay by Richard Landau. Final script. 9/27/57
The Boss of Bar-B Ranch
Anonymous. Final script. 7/12/35
Boulting, Ray
See: All in Good Time
The Bounty Hunter
Story by Winston Miller and Finlay McDermid. Screenplay by Winston Miller. Revised: John Twist. Final script. 7/10/53
Bowers, William
See: Thirty
The Boy from Oklahoma
See: The Sheriff Was Scared
From a Saturday Evening Post story by Michael Fessier. Screenplay by Frank Davis and Winston Miller. Revised final script. 2/19/53
Boy Meets Girl
Anonymous. Revised final script. 2/22/38
Boy of Mine
Screenplay by William Jacobs and Hugh Cummings. Revised final script. 9/8/37
Brackett, Leigh
See: Gold of the Seven Saints. Rio Bravo
Bradbury, Ray
See: Moby Dick
20 Brainstorm
Story by Larry Marcus. Screenplay by Mann Rubin. Revised final script. 1/7/65
The Bramble Bush
Novel: Charles Mergendahl. Screenplay by Milton Sperling and Philip Yordan. Final script. 3/9/59
Braus, Mortimer
See: Hannibal
Breadline
Screenplay by Robert Lord and Wilson Mizner. Revised final script. 3/1/33
The Breaking Point
Screenplay by Ranald MacDougall. Based on a story by Ernest Hemingway. Second revised final script. 3/25/50
Breakthrough
Joseph I. Breen, Jr. and Bernard Girard. Screenplay by Bernard Girard and Ted Sherdeman. Final script. 5/4/50
Breen, Joseph I,. Jr.
See: Breakthrough
Breen, Richard L.
See: Dragnet. The F.B.I. Story. Mary, Mary. Pete Kelly's Blues.
PT 109
Bren, Milton
See: Three for Bedroom C
Brewer, Jameson
See: Mr. Limpet
Bricker, George
See: Accidents Will Happen. Broadway Hostess
Bricusse, Leslie
See: Stop the World, I Want to Get Off
The Bride Came C.O.D.
By Kenneth Earl and M. M. Musselman. Screenplay by Philip and Julius Epstein. Revised final. 12/30/40
21 Bridges Built at Night
Anonymous. Third revised final. 8/12/41
Bright Leaf
Screenplay by Ranald MacDougall. Based on the novel by Foster Fitz-Simons. Revised final script. 10/28/49
Bright Lights (sound version)
By Humphrey Pearson. Screenplay by Henry McCarty and Humphrey Pearson. 12/12/29
British Agent
Screenplay by Laira Doyle. 4/28/34
Broad-Minded
Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby. 1/30/31
Broadway Cavalier
Screenplay by Jerry Wald and Richard Macaulay. Final script. 11/14/38
22 Broadway Gondolier
Anonymous. Final script. 3/6/35
Broadway Hostess
Adaptation and Screenplay by George Bricker. Final script. 7/30/35
Broadway Hostess (sound version)
Anonymous. Final script. n.d.
Broken Dishes
By Martin Flavin. Screenplay by Francis Edwards Faragoh. 5/1/30
Brook, Peter
See: The Beggar's Opera
Brother Orchid
Screenplay by Earl Baldwin. Final script. 2/13/40
Brother Rat
By John Monks, Jr. and Fred F. Finklehoff. Screenplay by Jerry Wald and Richard Macaulay. Revised final script. 6/22/38
23 Brother Rat and a Baby
Anonymous. 9/15/39
Brown, Harry
See: Bugles in the Afternoon. The Deep Six. Ocean's Eleven. Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye. Only the Valiant
Brown, Helen Gurley
See: Sex and the Single Girl
Brown, Howard
See: Portrait of a Mobster
Buckner, Robert
See: Man with a Gun
Buffalo Grass
Screenplay by David Dortort and Martin Rackin. Screen story: David Dortort. Novel: Frank Gruber. Final script. 6/19/56
Buffum, Ray
See: Island of Lost Women
Bugles in the Afternoon
Novel: Ernest Haycox. Screenplay by Geoffrey Homes and Harry Brown. 9/14/51
Bullet Scars
Robert E. Kent. Final script. 12/10/41
Bullets and Ballots
Screenplay by Seton I. Miller. Final script. 2/26/36
Bullets for O'Hara
Screenplay by Raymond L. Schrock. Revised final script. 5/1/41
24 Bureau of Missing Persons
Screenplay by Robert Presnell. Final script. 6/15/33
Burnett, W. R.
See: Illegal. The Jagged Edge
The Burning Arrow
See: The Charge at Feather River
Screenplay by James Webb. 2/17/53
The Burning Hills
Screenplay by Irving Wallace. Based on the novel by Louis L'Amour. Revised final script. 1/31/56
Busch, Niven
See: The Battle of City Hall. Distant Drums. The Moonlighter
Busses Roar
Screenplay by George R. Bilson and Anthony Coldewey. Based on a story by Anthony Coldewey. Final script. 5/2/42
Butler, Frank
See: The Miracle. Strange Lady in Town
By the Light of the Silvery Moon
Written by Robert O'Brien and Irving Elinson. Revised final script. 8/5/52
Cabin in the Cotton
Screenplay by Paul Green. 4/22/32
The Cage
Screenplay by Bernard C. Schoenfeld and Virginia Kellogg. Original story by Virginia Kellogg. Final script. 7/12/49
Caillou, Alan
See: Rampage
Cain, James M.
See: Serenade
25 Cain and Mabel
Anonymous. c. 1950
Calamity Jane
Screenplay by James O'Hanlon. Final script. 11/26/52
Caldwell, Erskine
See: Claudelle Inglish
Caliente
Original and Screenplay by Ralph Block and Warren Duff. Adaptation and additional dialogue: Jerry Wald and Jules Epstein. Final script. 12/19/34
Call It a Day
From the play by Dodie Smith. Screenplay by Casey Robinson. 11/11/36
Camelot
Screenplay and lyrics: Alan Jay Lerner. Music: Frederick Loewe. From the musical play of the same name by the same authors and "The Once and Future King" by T. H. White. Revised final script. 7/24/66
Cannan, Denis
See: The Beggar's Opera
Captain Blood
Novel: Rafael Sabatini. Screenplay by Casey Robinson. Revised final script. 7/24/35
26 Captain Buffalo
Screenplay by James Warner. Bellah and Willis Goldbeck. Final script. 7/8/59
Captain Horatio Hornblower
Screenplay by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts. Final script (not shooting script). 12/10/49
Captains of the Clouds
Story by Arthur T. Horman and Roland Gillett. Screenplay by Arthur T. Horman, Richard Macaulay, and Norman Reilly Raine. Final script. 7/9/41
Career Man
Anonymous. Revised final script. 6/8/39
Carnival
Screenplay by Fred Niblo, Jr. and Barry Trivers. Revised final script. 9/30/40
Carrington, Robert, and Jane Howard
See: Kaleidoscope. Wait Until Dark
Carroll, Sidney
See: A Big Hand for the Little Lady
Carson City
From a story by Sloan Nibley. Screenplay by Sloan Nibley and Winston Miller. Final script. 6/29/51
27 The Case of the Black Parrot
Screenplay by Robert E. Kent. Final script. 10/19/40
The Case of the Caretaker's Cat
Anonymous. Final script. 6/23/36
The Case of the Curious Bride
Anonymous. Final script. 1/24/35
The Case of the Howling Dog
Screenplay by Ben Markson. Final script. 5/26/34
The Case of the Lucky Legs
Anonymous. Revised final script. 7/16/35
The Case of the Stuttering Bishop
Novel: Erle Stanley Gardner. Screenplay by Kenneth Gamet and Don Ryan. Final script. 11/28/36
The Case of the Velvet Claws
Screenplay by Tom Reed. From the novel by Erle Stanley Gardner. Final script. 3/14/36
28 Cash McCall
Screenplay by Lenore Coffee and Marion Hargrove. From the novel by Cameron Hawley. Final script. 4/30/59
Casino de Paree
See: Go Into Your Dance
Adaptation and Screenplay by Earl Baldwin. Final script. 11/20/34
The Castilian
See: The Valley of the Swords
Catacombs
See: The Woman Who Wouldn't Die
Screenplay by Daniel Mainwaring. From the novel Catacombs by Jay Bennett. 6/10/64
Catch Us If You Can
See: Having a Wild Weekend
Screenplay by Peter Nichols. 1965?
Cattle Town
Screenplay by Tom Blackburn. Final script. 8/29/
Caught in the Fog
Robert E. Kent. Final script. 3/7/42
Cave-In
Original story and Screenplay by Anthony Coldewey. Final script. 6/4/36
29 Ceiling Zero
Anonymous. Revised final script. 10/5/35
Central Park
Story and Screenplay by Earl Baldwin and Ward Morehouse. Final script. 7/14/32
C'est la Guerre
Story by William A. Wellman. Screenplay by A. S. Fleischman. Final script. 9/24/56
Chain Lightning
Suggested by a story by J. Redmond Prior. Screenplay by Liam O'Brien and Vincent Evans. Revised final script. 4/30/49
Chalked Out
See: You Can't Get Away with Murder
Revised by Robert Buckner. Final, 4/13/38
Chamber of Horrors
See: House of Wax
Chances
From the novel by A. Hamilton Gibbs. Screenplay by Waldemar Young. 1/23/31
Chandler, Raymond
See: Strangers on a Train
The Chapman Report
Based on a novel by Irving Wallace. Adaptation by Grant Stuart and Gene Allen. Screenplay by Wyatt Cooper and Don M. Mankiewicz. 11/29/61
The Charge at Feather River
See: The Burning Arrow
30 The Charge of the Light Brigade
Story by Michel Jacoby. Based on the poem by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Screenplay by Michel Jacoby and Rowland Leigh. Final script. 3/25/36
Chase, Borden
See: His Majesty O'Keefe
The Cherokee Strip
Story by Ed Earl Repp. Screenplay by Joseph K. Watson and Luci Ward. Revised final script. 11/17/36
Cheyenne
From a story by Paul I. Wellman. Screenplay by Alan Lemay and Thames Williamson. Revised final script. 3/9/46
Cheyenne Autumn
See: The Long Flight
Children of Dreams
Oscar Hammerstein II and Sigmund Romberg. 7/11/30 (?)
Children of Pleasure
Novel: Larry Barretto. Adapted: Courtney Terrett. Screenplay by Larry Barretto and Earl Baldwin. Final script. 4/26/32
China Clipper
Screenplay by Frank Wead. 1936
31 Christmas in Connecticut
Screenplay by Lionel Houser. Additional dialogue: Adele Commandini. Final script. 5/11/44
Christopher Blake
See: The Private World of Christopher Blake
From the play by Moss Hart. Screenplay by Ranald MacDougall. Final script. 7/22/47
Chubasco
Original story and Screenplay by Allen H. Miner. Final script. 7/22/66
A Church Mouse
By Ladislaus Fodor and Paul Frank. Adaptation by Joseph Jackson. Final script. 12/12/31
City for Conquest
Based on a novel by Aben Kandel. Screenplay by John Wexley. Final script. 5/15/40
The City is Dark
From a Saturday Evening Post story. John and Ward Hawkins. Adaptation by Bernard Gordon and Richard Wormser. Screenplay by Crane Wilbur. Revised script (final). 11/17/52
Clark, Harry
See: Tea for Two
32 Claudelle Inglish
From the novel by Erskine Caldwell. Screenplay by Leonard Freeman. Second revised final. 12/9/60
Cleary, Jon
See: The Sundowners
Clements, Calvin
See: Fury at Fire Creek
Clifford, Francis
See: Act of Mercy (working title). The Naked Runner
Cloak and Dagger
Albert Maltz and Ring Lardner, Jr. Revised final script. 3/16/46
Clork, Harry
See: Painting the Clouds with Sunshine
Close to My Heart
See: A Baby for Midge
Coe, Fred
See: Wait Until Dark
Coffee, Lenore
See: Lightning Strikes Twice. Young at Heart
Cohn, Art
See: Tomorrow is Another Day
Coldewey, Anthony
See: Accidents Will Happen
Cole, Burt
See: The Bobo
Colleen
By Robert Lord. Screenplay by Peter Milne and F. Hugh Herbert. Additional dialogue: Sig Herzig. Songs: Al Dubin and Harry Warren. Revised final script. 10/14/35
College Coach
Original story by Manuel Seff and Niven Busch. Final script. 8/21/33
College Lovers
Screenplay by Earl Baldwin and Douglas Doty. Final script. 6/16/30
Colorado Territory
Written by John Twist and Edmund H. North. Screenplay by John Twist. Revised final script. 9/15/48
33 Colt .45
Screenplay by Thomas Blackburn. Final script. 1/18/50
Comden, Betty
See: Auntie Mame
Come Easy
Vina Delmar. c. 1946
Come Fill the Cup
From a novel by Harlan Ware. Screenplay by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts. Final 5/18/51
Come On, Texas
See: Thunder Over the Plains
Written by Russell Hughes. Screenplay by Russell Hughes. Final script. 8/5/52
The Command
See: Rear Guard
Common Ground
Screenplay by Robert Lord and Wilson Mizner. Final script. 9/21/32
Community Property
See: Marriage on the Rocks
Competition
By Carl Erickson. Adaptation and dialogue by Julien Josephson and Harvey Thew. Final script. 3/25/32
34 Concealment
Anonymous. Final script. 9/6/34 Concealment
Confessions of a Nazi Spy
By Milton Krims and John Wexley. Based on the articles of Leon G. Turrou. Final script. 1/27/39
The Confidential Agent
Screenplay by Robert Buckner. From a novel by Graham Greene. Final script. 5/26/45
Conflict
Dwight Taylor. Second revised final script. 6/14/43
The Conspirators
Anonymous. Revised final script. 2/22/44
The Constant Nymph
Anonymous. Third revised final script. 1/28/42
Continenza, A.
See: Hannibal
35 Convention City
By Peter Milne. Screenplay by Robert Lord. 9/5/33
Cook, Witfield
See: Strangers on a Train
Cool Hand Luke
Based on the novel by Donn Pearce. Screenplay by Donn Pearce and Frank R. Pierson. Revised final script. 9/29/66
The Cool Ones
Story by Joyce Geller. Adaptation by Gene Nelson, Bob Kaufman. Screenplay by Joyce Geller. Final script. 6/28/66
Coon, Gene L.
See: First to Fight
Cooper, Wyatt
See: The Chapman Report
Coppola, Francis Ford
See: Finian's Rainbow. You're a Big Boy Now!
Co-Respondent
Screenplay and dialogue by J. Grubb Alexander. Based on a play by Roland Pertwee. Final script. 4/24/31
The Corn is Green
From a play by Emlyn Williams. Screenplay by Frank Cavett and Casey Robinson. Revised final script. 5/10/44
The Corrupt Ones
Screenplay by Brian Clemens. Post shooting script
36 The Couch
Screenplay by Robert Bloch. From a story by Blake Edwards and Owen Crump. Final script. 1/24/61
Countdown
See: Moonshot
The Counterfeit Plan
Screenplay by James Eastwood. Release script. 1957
Country Boy
Screenplay by William Wister Haines. From the novel The Story of a Country Boy by Dawn Powell. Revised final script. 9/4/35
Courage
Tom Barry. Screenplay and dialogue by Walter Anthony. 1/30/30
The Court Martial of Billy Mitchell
Story and Screenplay by Milton Sperling and Emmet Lavery. Conformed final script. 11/18/55
A Covenant with Death
Novel: Stephen Becker. Screenplay by Larry Marcus and Saul Levitt. Final script. 5/9/66
The Cowboy From Brooklyn
Anonymous. Final script. 12/21/37
Cram, Mildred
See: Stars Over Broadway
Cretic, Matt
See: I Was a Communist for the F.B.I.
37 Crime School
By Crane Wilbur and V. Sherman. Revised final script. 1/27/38
The Crimson Pirate
Written by Roland Kibbee. Revised final draft. Revised final for England. 9/6/51
Critic's Choice
Stage play: Ira Levin. Produced on stage by Otto Preminger. Screenplay by Jack Sher. Final script. 4/2/62
The Crooner
Adaptation and dialogue by Charles Kenyon. Final script. 4/13/32
Crouse, Russel
See: Tall Story
The Crowded Sky
Novel: Hank Searls. Screenplay by Charles Schnee. Final script. 9/28/59
Crump, Owen
See: The Couch. Manhunt in the Jungle. The River Changes
A Cry in the Night
See: All Through the Night
Screenplay by David Dortort. Final script. 10/14/55
38 Cry Wolf
Screenplay by Catherine Turney. From the novel by Marjorie Carleton. Final script. 3/16/48
The Curse of the Golem
Revised title: It. Herbert J. Leder. Revised script. 1965
Curtain Call
Anonymous. Revised final script. 7/13/38
Dallas
Written by John Twist. Final script. 5/1/50
Dames
By Robert Lord. Adaptation and Screenplay by Delmer Daves. Final script. 3/16/34
Dames Don't Talk
Screenplay by William Sackheim. Final script. 1/28/48
39 Damn Yankees
Book: George Abbott and Douglas Wallop. Screenplay by George Abbott. Final script. 3/21/58
Dance, Charlie, Dance
Screenplay by Crane Wilbur. Outline: William Jacobs. Final script. 1/4/37
Dancing with Tears
Screenplay by Gordon Kahn and Leopold Atlas. Final script. 7/6/45
Danger Signal
Screenplay by Adele Comandini and Graham Baker. Additional dialogue: Alvah Besse. From novel by Phyllis Bottome. Second revised final. 3/30/45
Darby's Rangers
Suggested by the book by Major James Altieri. Screenplay by Guy Trosper. Final script. 3/12/57
The Dark at the Top of the Stairs
Based on play by William Inge. Screenplay by Harriet Frank, Jr. and Irving Ravetch. Final script. 1/6/60
40 Dark Hazard
By W. R. Burnett. Screenplay by Ralph Block and Brown Holmes. Final script. 8/26/33
The Dark Horse
Screen adaptation by Joseph Jackson. Final script. 3/9/32
The Dark Passage
Novel: David Goodis. Screenplay by Delmer Daves. Final script. 10/14/46
Dark Streets
By Richard Connell. Screen version by Bradley King. Revised script. 4/25/29
The Dark Swan (sound version)
By Ernest Pascal. Final script. n.d.
The Dark Tower
by George S. Kaufman and Alexander Wollcott. Screenplay by Tom Reed and Niven Busch. Final script. 2/28/34
The Darkest Hour
See: Hell on Frisco Bay
Revised Screenplay by Martin Rackin. From novel by William P. McGivern as serialized in Collier's Magazine. Screenplay by Sydney Boehm and Marin Rackin. Revised final. 3/22/55
41 Daughter of Rosie O'Grady
From story by Jack Rose and Melville Shavelson. Screenplay by Jack Rose, Melville Shavelson, and Peter Milne. Final script. 8/5/49
Daves, Delmer
See: The Battle of the Villa Fiorita. Lovers Must Learn. Parrish. Susan Slade. Drum Beat. Spencer's Mountain. Youngblood Hawke. A Summer Place
Davis, Frank
See: The Jazz Singer. The Boy from Oklahoma. Springfield Rifle. The Story of Will Rogers. Jim Thorpe - All American
Davis, Luther
See: A Lion is in the Streets
Dawn Patrol
Original story by John Monk Saunders. Screenplay by Seton I. Miller and Dan Totheroh. 8/4/38
Days of Wine and Roses
Original Screenplay by J. P. Miller. Final script. 1/10/62
The Dead End Kids in Military School
Original Screenplay by Tom Reed. Revised final script. 6/8/39
Dead or Alive
Screenplay by Earl Snell and Charles Belden. Revised final script. 4/24/39
Dead Ringer
Screenplay by Albert Beich and Oscar Millard. Final script. 6/21/63
Deadlock
Screenplay by Russell Hughes. Final script. 9/18/48
Dear Heart
See: The Out-of-Towners
42 Deception
Screenplay by John Collier and Joseph Than. Second revised final script. 4/20/46
Decision at Sundown
See: Black Patch
The Deep Six
Screenplay by John Twist, Martin Rackin, Harry Brown. Based on the novel by Martin Dibner. Final script. 4/16/57
Deep Valley
Screenplay by Salka Viertel and Stephen Morehouse Avery. Revised final script. 8/27/46
Dell, Jeffrey
See: All In Good Time
Dennis Patrick
See: Auntie Mame
Desert Schooners
see: Song of the Saddle
William Jacobs. Final scriptl 9/5/35
The Desert Song
Harvey H. Gates. 9/22/28
The Desert Song
Screenplay by Robert Buckner. Final script. 5/2/42
The Desert Song
Screenplay by Roland Kibbee. Revised final scriptl 5/9/52vvvvvv
43 Desperate Journey
Arthur T. Horman. Final script. 1/21/42
Destination Tokyo
Screenplay by Delmer Daves and Albert Maltz. Final script. 6/20/43
The Devil Was Sick
Adaptation and dialogue by Joseph Jackson. From the play by Jane Hinton. Final script. n.d.
Devil's Island
Story by Anthony Coldewey and Raymond L. Schrock. Screenplay by Kenneth Gamet and Don Ryan. Final script. 6/18/38
The Devil's Playground (sound version)
Screenplay and dialogue by Forrest Halsey and Kathryn Scola. 3/17/30
Devil's Saddle Legion
Ed Earl Repp. Final script. 3/17/37
44 Devotion
Anonymous. Final script. 10/29/42
The D. I.
Screenplay by James Lee Barrett. Shooting revised final script. 2/1/57
Dial 'M' For Murder
Screenplay by Frederick Knott. Final script. 7/30/53
The Diamond Queen
Otto Englander. 2/4/53
Diaz, Paulino Rodrigo
See: The Valley of the Swords
Dibner, Martin
See: The Deep Six
DiMona, Joe
See: Mr. Limpet
Dimsdale, Howard
See: Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd
Dinky
Harry Sauber. Revised final script. 1/23/35
Disraeli
Louis N. Parker. Adapted by Julien Josephson. Final script. n.d. (c. 1931)
45 Distant Drums
Screenplay by Niven Busch and Martin Rackin. From a story by Niven Busch. Revised final script. 3/28/51
A Distant Trumpet
Screenplay by John Twist. Adaptation by Richard Fielder and Albert Beich. Novel: Paul Horgan. Final script. 6/25/63
Dive Bomber
Screenplay by Frank Wead and Robert Buckner. Final script. 3/11/41
Diversion
Screenplay by Harold Shumate. Play: John Van Druten. n.d.
Dr. Ehrlich
See: Life of Dr. Ehrlich
Anonymous. Final script. 10/13/39
Dr. Monica
Original Screenplay by Charles Kenyon. 2/17/34
Dodge, David
See: Plunder of the Sun
46 Dodge City
By Robert Buckner. Revised final script. 10/14/38
Doniger, Walter
See: The San Quentin Story. I Died a Thousand Times
Donovan, Robert J.
See: PT109
Don't Ever Leave Me
See: Never Say Goodbye
Story by Norma and Ben Barzman. Screenplay by I. A. L. Diamond. Final script. 7/5/45
Dortort, David
See: The Big Land. Buffalo Grass. A Cry in the Night
The Double Man
Based on a novel Legacy of a Spy by Henry S. Maxfield. Screenplay by Frank Tarloff and Alfred Hayes. Final script. 6/6/66
The Doughgirls
Screenplay by James V. Kern and Sam Hellman. Final script. 2/22/44
Drag
By William Dudley Pelley. Scenario: Bradley King. Dialogue. Bradley King and Gene Towne. 2/26/29
Dragnet
Richard L. Breen. Final script. 4/20/54
47 Dragon Murder Case
Screenplay by F. Hugh Herbert and Robert Lee. Adaptation by Rian James. Final script. 5/5/54
Drum Beat
Delmer Daves. Final script. 5/17/54
Duel in the Jungle
Based on an original story by S. K. Kennedy. Screenplay by Sam Marx and T. J. Morrison. 8/11/53
Duffy, Clinton T.
See: The San Quentin Story
Dumbbells in Ermine
Screenplay by Harvey Thew. Dialogue by James Gleason. n.d.
Duncan, Bob and Wanda
See: Black Gold (Golconda)
Duncan, David
See: The Black Scorpion
Dust Be My Destiny
Screenplay by Robert Rossen. Final script. 4/1/39
Dyott, George M.
See: Manhunt in the Jungle
Each Dawn I Die
Anonymous. Final script. 1/28/39
Earl, Kenneth
See: The Big Trees
48 Earthworm Tractors
Anonymous. Revised final script. 3/6/36
East of Eden
John Steinbeck. Screenplay by Paul Osborn. Final script. 5/17/54
East of the River
Anonymous. Revised final script. 7/9/40
Eastwood, James
See: The Counterfeit Plan
Easy to Love
Screenplay by Carl Erickson and David Boehm. Additional dialogue: Manuel Seff. Final script. 10/5/33-10/21/33
Echard, Margaret
See: Lightning Strikes Twice
The Eddie Cantor Story
Story by Sidney Skolsky. Screenplay by Jerome Weidman, Ted Sherdeman, Sidney Skolsky. Final script. 1/12/53
The Eddie Chapman Story
See: Triple Cross
Based on the book The Eddie Chapman Story by Frank Owen. Screenplay by Rene Hardy. Final script. n.d.
49 Edge of Darkness
Anonymous. Final script. 7/24/42
Edwards, Blake
See: The Couch
Eight to Five
Anonymous. Final script. 12/17/31
Elinson, Irving
See: By the Light of the Silvery Moon. Lucky Me
Elkins, Saul
See: Sugarfoot
El Cantante De Napoles (Spanish version - The Singer of Naples)
Elmer the Great
Screenplay by Tom Geraghty. Final script. 12/21/32
Employees' Entrance
See: The Machine
From the play by David Boehm. Screenplay by Robert Presnell. Revised final script. 9/8/32
Empty Holsters
Anonymous. Final script. 2/18/37
Enchanted Island
See: Typee
The Enchantress
See: Rampage
Enemy Agent
Based on a play by A. P. Kelly. Screenplay by Lee Katz. Final script. 3/11/39
The Enemy Within
Original screenplay by Raymond L. Schrock. Final script. 9/13/39
50 The Enforcer
Written by Martin Rackin. Revised final script. 7/24/50
Englander, Otto
See: The Diamond Queen
English, Richard
See: Big Jim McLain
Ensign Pulver
see: Mr. Pulver and the Captain
Episode
Anonymous. Final script. 4/3/40
Epstein, Julius J.
See: Fanny. Any Wednesday. Tall Story. Young at Heart. Stars Over Broadway
Escape from Crime
Original Screenplay by Daniel Fuchs and Bertram Millhauser. Revised final script. 12/31/41-2/11/42
Escape from Crime
Based on a story by Danny Ahearn. Screenplay by Raymond L. Schrock. Final script. 3/3/42
Escape Me Never
From Margaret Kennedy's novel The Fool of the Family. Screenplay by Lenore Coffee and Thames Williamson. Second revised final. 11/9/45
Evans, Maurice
See: No Time for Sergeants
Ever In My Heart
By Bertram Milhauser. Final script. 7/13/33
Ever Since Eve
Anonymous. Third revised final. 3/20/37
51 Ever the Beginning
By L. S. Promes and S. B. Smith. Screenplay by Allen Boretz. Revised final script. 5/14/47
Everybody Was Very Nice
Anonymous. Final script. 11/16/37
Evidence
From the stage play by J. DuRocher MacPherson. Screenplay and dialogue by J. Grubb Alexander. n.d.
Ex-Lady
Anonymous. Final script. 12/7/32
Ex-Mistress
Screenplay and dialogue by Charles Kenyon. Final script. n.d.
Expensive Husbands
See: She Hired a Husband
Anonymous. Revised final script. 6/14/37
52 The F.B.I. Story
Richard L. Breen and John Twist. From the book by Don Whitehead. Final script. 7/11/58
A Face in the Crowd
Budd Schulbert. Final script. 4/5/57
Faithful
Screenplay by J. Grubb Alexander. From the play Fame by Audrey and Waverly Carter. 11/9/29
Fame
Screenplay by Charles Kenyon. n.d.
The Family Way
See: All in Good Time
The Famous Ferguson Case
By Courtenay Terrett. Adaptation by Harvey Thew. Final script. 12/22/31
Fanny
Screenplay by Julius J. Epstein. Based on the play by S. N. Behrman and Joshua Logan. Final script. 12/24/59
Far Horizon
Screenplay by Lenore Coffee. Revised final script. 11/40
Farrell, Henry
See: What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
Farrow, John
See: John Paul Jones
The Fast Life
By Samuel Shipman and John B. Hymer. Adaptation and dialogue by John F. Goodrich. 4/22/29
53 Father and Son
Fred Niblo, Jr. Final script. 10/22/40
Father Knows Best
Robert E. Kent. Final script. 8/15/40
Father's Son
By Booth Tarkington. Screenplay by Hope Loring. 6/21/30
Faulkner, William
See: Land of the Pharaohs
Feibleman, Peter S.
See: Mr. Pulver and the Captain
Fellow Prisoners
Edward Chodorov. Final script. 3/1/33
Female
Gene Markey and Kathryn Scola. Final script. 7/12/33
Ferber, Edna
See: Giant. Ice Palace
Fessier, Michael
See: The Boy from Oklahoma
A Fever in the Blood
Roy Huggins and Harry Kleiner. From the novel by William Pearson. Final script. 6/14/60
Fielder, Richard
See: A Distant Trumpet
Fifteen Bullets from Fort Dobbs
See: Back Track
Fifty Million Frenchmen
Anonymous. Final script
54 Fighter Squadron (?not listed on box label)
Written by Seton I. Miller. Additional dialogue: Martin Rackin. Second revised final. 7/20/48
The Fighting Marine
Harold Medford and James Webb. Final script. 2/27/52
The Fighting Terror
Screenplay by Bernard Girard. Revised final. 1/8/48
A Fine Madness
Screenplay by Elliott Baker. Final script. 8/27/65
Fineman, Irving
See: Lovers Must Learn
Finger Man
Ben Markson. Final script. 8/22/33
55 Finian's Rainbow
Screenplay by Francis Ford Coppola And Joseph Laudon. Final script. 6/21/67
Finklehoffe, Fred F.
See: About Face
The Firebird
Screenplay by Charles Kenyon. Based on a play by Lajos Zilahy. Revised final script. 7/25/34
See also: Misc. Film Script Collection
Fireman, Save My Child
Adaptation by Robert Lord and Arthur Caesar. 11/5/
First Lady
By Katharine Dayton and George S. Kaufman. Screenplay first draft: Rowland Leigh. Final script. 4/26/37
First to Fight
Gene L. Coon. Second revised final script. 7/11/66
Fisher, Clay
See: Yellowstone Kelly
Five Star Final
By Louis Weitzenkorn. Adaptation and additional dialogue by Byron Morgan. 4/4/31
Fix, Paul
See: Ring of Fear
Flaherty, Vincent X.
See: PT109. Jim Thorpe - All American
56 Flamingo Road
Screenplay by Robert Wilder. Second revised final script. 9/9/48
Fleischman, A. S.
See: Blood Alley. C'est la Guerre. Good-bye, My Lady
Flight 8
Screenplay by Maurice Leo and Tom Reed. Original story by Jerry Wald and Richard Macauley. Revised final script. 2/21/40
Flight from Destiny
See: Trial and Error
Screenplay by Robert Rosen and Barry Trivers. Revised final script. 9/28/40
Flight Patrol
By Barry Trivers. Revised final script. 3/19/41
Flirtation Walk
Delmer Daves. Final script (second revised). 6/22/34
Floating Paradise
See: House on 56th Street
Screenplay by Anthony Coldewey and Charles Curran. Revised temporary. 1/16/39
Florence Nightingale
Mardaunt Shairp. Revised final. 3/3/36
57 The Florentine Dagger
Screenplay by Tom Reed. From a novel by Ben Hecht. Final script. 12/14/34
Flowing Gold
Kenneth Gamet. Final script. 5/31/40
Fly-Away Baby
Screenplay by Don Ryan and Kenneth Gamet. From an idea by Dorothy Kilgallen. Final script. 2/5/37
The Flying Fortress
Screenplay by Brock Williams and Edward Dyhurst. Final script. 5/8/41
The Flying Marines
Anonymous. Final script. 9/26/34
58 The Folsom Story (?not found in card file. listed on box label)
Food for Scandal
Herbert Fields and Joseph Fields. Final script. 11/11/37
Footlight Parade
James Seymour and Manuel Seff. Revised final script. 6/10/33
Footlights and Fools
Carey Wilson. n.d.
Footsteps in the Dark
Lester Cole. Second revised final. 10/1/40
For Lovers Only
Jerry Wald, Maurice Leo, and Richard Macauley. Final script. 5/21/38
59 Force of Arms
Orin Jannings. Final script. 3/16/51
Fort Dobbs
See: Back Track
Fort Worth
John Twist. Final script. 12/8/50
The Fortune Teller
See: La Buena Ventura
Screenplay by Manuel Reachi and John Butler. Continuity by Betty Rienhardt. Final script. 1/4/34
Forty-Second Street
Anonymous. n.d.
Forty Whacks
Richard Weil and Joe Malone. Based on the novel by Geoffrey Homes. Final script. 10/2/42
Forward Pass
Anonymous. n.d.
The Fountainhead
Novel and Screenplay by Ayn Rand. Final script. 6/20/48
60 Four Daughters
Anonymous. Final script. 3/18/38
Four for Texas
Teddi Sherman and Robert Aldrich. Revised final script. 5/17/63
Four Mothers
Stephen Morehouse Avery. Revised final script. 7/12/40
See also: Miscellaneous Script Collection
Four Wives
Original by Maurice Hanline. Screenplay by Julius J. and Philip G. Epstein. Revised final script. 8/12/39
Fox, Norman A.
See: Tall Man Riding
Foy, Bryan
See: I Was a Communist for the F.B.I.
Frank, Gerald
See: Too Much, Too Soon
Frazee, Steve
See: Gold of the Seven Saints
Freeman, Everett
See: Jim Thorpe - All American. Marjorie Morningstar
Freeman, Leonard
See: Claudelle Inglish. Gold of the Seven Saints
Freshman Love
Based on story idea from George Ade's "College Widow." Screenplay by George Bricker and Earl Felton. Revised final script. c. 1935
The Friends of Mr. Sweeney
Story from the novel by Elmer Davis. Screenplay by Warren Duff and Sidney Sutherland. Additional dialogue: Irwin Gelsey and F. Hugh Herbert. Final script. 2/22/34
Frisco Kid
Original Screenplay by Warren Duff and Seton I. Miller. Final script. 7/8/35
61 From Headquarters (?not listed on box label)
By Robert N. Lee. Screenplay by Robert N. Lee and Peter Milne. Final script. 8/18/33
From the Earth to the Moon
Story by Jules Verne. Screenplay by Robert Blees and James Leicester. 1/20/58
From This Dark Stairway
Anonymous. Final script. 6/29/35
Front Page Woman
Screenplay by Roy Chanslor and Lillie Hayward. Dialogue by Laird Doyle. Final script. 4/15/35
The Frozen Dead
Original story and Screenplay by Herbert J. Leder. 1/15/66
Fuller, Samuel
See: The Marauders. Rear Guard
Fur Coats
From the novel by Ann Garrick. Screenplay by Manuel Seff. Revised final script. 1/11/34
The Furies (sound version)
By Zoe Akins. Adaptation by Forrest Halsey. Final script. 9/9/29
Furthman, Jules
See: Rio Bravo
Fury at Fire Creek (temporary title)
Written by Calvin Clements. Final script. 10/20/66
62 Gambling Lady
By Doris Malloy. Screenplay by Ralph Block and Doris Malloy. Revised final. 11/17/33
Gambling on the High Seas
See: Floating Trouble
By Robert E. Kent. Revised final. 8/21/39
Gann, Ernest K.
See: Island in the Sky. The High and the Mighty
Gantry the Great
Original Screenplay by Vincent Sherman. Revised final. 2/13/39
Garden of the Moon
Screenplay by Jerry Wald and Richard Macaulay. Revised final. 3/24/38
Gay, John
See: The Beggar's Opera
The Gay Caballero
Screenplay by Gordon Rigby. Dialogue by William K. Wells and George Rosonor. Final script. n.d.
Gay Purr-ee
Written by Dorothy and Chuck Jones. Final script. 11/8/61
The Gay Sisters
From the novel by Stephen Longstreet. Screenplay by Lenore Coffee. Final script. 1/3/42
Geer, Andrew
See: The Sea Chase
Geller, Joyce
See: The Cool Ones
63 General Crack
Continuity and dialogue: Walter Anthony. Final working script, but not final dialogue. 4/11/29
The Genius
From the Russian play by S. Diskoy. Treatment: J. Grubb Alexander. Screenplay by Harvey Thew. Second revised final. 3/10/31
The Gentle People
Anonymous. Revised. 2/12/41
A Gentleman After Midnight
Screenplay by Casey Robinson. Revised final script. 4/16/37
The Gentleman from Big Bend
From the play The Hometowners by George M. Cohan. Screenplay by Roy Chanslor. Final script. 1/8/36
Gentleman Jim
Screenplay by Vincent Lawrence and Horace McCoy. Final script. 5/16/42
George, George W.
See: Back Track
64 George Washington Slept Here
From the play by George Kaufman and Moss Hart. Screenplay by Everett Freeman. Final script. 4/3/43
Gerard, Merwin
See: The Big League
Ghost Mountain
See: Rocky Mountain
Giant
Screenplay by Fred Guiol and Ivan Moffat. Based on the novel by Edna Ferber. Final script. 4/4/55
Gidding, Nelson
See: The Jazz Age. Onionhead
Gigantis
Screenplay by Takeo Murata and Sigeaki Hidaka. From original story by Shigem Kayama. 4/2/59
Giler, Berne
See: Westbound
Girard, Bernard
See: Breakthrough
The Girl from Jones Beach
Screenplay by I. A. L. Diamond. Based on a story by Allen Boretz. Additional dialogue: Philip G. and Julius J. Epstein. Final script. 4/24/48
The Girl from Woolworth's
Story and continuity by Adele Comandini. Dialogue by Richard Weil. Final script. n.d.
The Girl He Left Behind
Guy Trosper. Based on the original by Marion Hargrove. Final script. 4/30/56
Girl Missing
Anonymous. Final script. 11/18/32
65 Girls on Probation
Crane Wilbur. Final script. 4/28/38
Give Me a Child
Screenplay by Robert Rossen. Final script. 3/7/39
The Glass Menagerie
Tennessee Williams. Adaptation by Peter Berneis and Tennessee Williams. Revised final script. 10/25/49
Glenville, Peter
See: Term of Trial
God is My Co-Pilot
Screenplay by Peter Milne. Second revised final. 5/26/44
Godden, Rumer
See: The Battle of the Villa Fiorita
God's Country and the Woman
Adaptation by Norman Reilly Raine. Screenplay by Norman Reilly Raine and William Jacobs. Final script. 7/1/36
Goff, Ivan
See: Serenade. Come Fill the Cup. Band of Angels. Goodbye, My Fancy
The Go-Getter
Story by Peter B. Kyne. Screenplay and Adaptation by Delmer L. Daves. Final script. 11/16/36
Going Places
See: Hottentot
Final script. 7/28/38
66 The Gold Diggers
By Avery Hopwood. Screenplay by Robert Lord. n.d.
Gold Diggers in Paris
Anonymous. Final script. 1/4/38
Gold Diggers of 1933
Revised continuity by James Seymour, David Boehm. Ben Markson. Revised final. 2/8/33
Gold Diggers of 1935
By Robert Lord and Peter Milne. Screenplay by Manuel Seff and Peter Milne. Temporary. 6/18/34
The Gold Diggers of 1937
Screenplay by Warren Duff. Final script. 7/6/36
Gold is Where You Find It
Anonymous. Revised final. 8/28/37
Gold of the Seven Saints
From a novel by Steve Frazee. Screenplay by Leigh Brackett and Leonard Freeman. Final script. 6/20/60
Goldbeck, Bellah and Willis
See: Captain Buffalo
67 The Golden Arrow
Screenplay by Charles Kenyon. Final script. 1/16/36
Golden Dawn
From the musical play by Otto Harback and Oscar Hammerstein II. Music: Emmerich Kalmann and Hubert Stothart. Screenplay and dialogue by Walter Anthony. n.d.
Golden Gate
Screenplay by Robert N. Lee. Adaptation by Robert N. Lee and Eugene Solow. Final script. 1/15/34
The Goldfish Bowl
Adaptation by Robert Lord. Final script. 12/16/31
Goldman, William
See: The Moving Target
Good Men Don't Marry
Screenplay by Robert E. Kent. Final script. 7/13/40
Goodbye Again
By Allan Scott and George Haight. Screenplay by Ben Markson. Final script. 3/20/33
Goodbye, My Fancy
Based on the play by Fay Kanin. Screenplay by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts. Revised final. 9/22/50
68 Goodbye, My Lady
From the novel by James Street. Screenplay by A. S. Fleischman. Revised final shooting script. 5/17/55
The Goose and the Gander
Original Screenplay by Charles Kenyon. Final script. 11/16/34
Gordon, Bernard
See: The City is Dark
Gordon, Leo
See: Black Patch
Gordon, Max
See: The Jazz Singer
The Gorilla
(Revised) By Ralph Spence. Screenplay by B. Harrison Orkow and Herman Ruby. Sound version. 6/11/30
The Gorilla Man
Original Screenplay by Anthony Coldewey. Final script. 7/27/42
The Grace Moore Story
See: You're Only Human Once
Also see: So This Is Love
Screenplay by John Monks Jr. Final script. 11/19/52
Grafton, Edith and Samuel
See: The System
Grand Central Airport
Screenplay by Rian James and James Seymour. Final script. 11/8/32
Grand Slam
By David Boehm and Erwin Gelsey. Final script. 10/20/32
Granny Get Your Gun
Original Screenplay by Kenneth Gamet. Revised final. 9/26/39
Grant, James Edward
See: Ring of Fear. Big Jim McLain
Grant, John
See: Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd
Gray, Hugh
See: Helen of Troy
69 Great Catherine (Whom Glory Still Adores)
By George Bernard Shaw. Screenplay by Hugh Leonard. Revised shooting script. 12/66
The Great Garrick
Original Screenplay by Ernest Vajda. Revisions: Rowland Leigh. Final script. 6/3/37
The Great Race
By Blake Edwards. Revised final. n.d.
Green, Adolph
See: Auntie Mame
The Green Berets
From the novel The Green Berets by Robin Moore. Screenplay by James Lee Barrett. Final script. 5/15/67
Green, Gerald
See: His Majesty O'Keefe
Green, Morris Lee
See: All God's Children
Green Light
From the novel by Lloyd C. Douglas. Screenplay by Milton Krims. Final script. 7/2/36
The Green Pastures
Anonymous. Final script. c. 1936
Green Stockings
By A. E. W. Mason. Screen adaptation by John F. Goodrich. Revised. 10/18/29
Greene, Clarence
See: New York Confidential
The Green-Eyed Blonde
See: Greeneyes
70 Greeneyes
See: The Green-Eyed Blonde
Original Screenplay by Sally Stubblefield. Final script. 4/16/57
Gregory, Lady
See: Three Leaves of a Shamrock
Grey, Harry
See: Portrait of a Mobster
Grofe, Ferde, Jr.
See: The Steel Hook
Gruber, Frank
See: Buffalo Grass
Guiol, Fred
See: Giant
Gunn, James
See: The Philadelphian
Guns of Darkness
See: Act of Mercy (working title)
Guns of the Timberlands
Screenplay by Joseph Petracca and Aaron Spelling. From the novel by Louis L'Amour. Revised final script. 4/23/59
Gypsy
Screenplay by Leonard Spigelglass. Suggested by the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee. Book: Arthur Laurents. Music: Jule Styne. Lyrics: Stephen Sondheim. Final script. 12/11/61
Half Way to Heaven
Anonymous. Revised final. 8/28/34
Hamner, Earl Jr.
See: Palm Springs Weekend. Spencer's Mountain
Hampton, Orville H.
See: Badman's Country
Handful of Clouds
By Rowland Brown. Special dialogue: George Rosener
The Hanging Tree
Screenplay by Wendell Mayes and Halsted Welles. Final script. 6/16/58
Hannibal
Based on the novel by Mirco Telasich. Treatment: Ottavio Poggi and A. Continenza. Screenplay by Mortimer Braus. Final script. 1/25/59
71 The Happy Family
By Gene Markey and Katherine Scola. Final script. 2/15/34
Happy Times
Screenplay by Harry Kurnitz and Phil Rapp. Final script. 8/7/48
Harbach, Otto
See: Tea for Two
Hard Luck Dame
Laird Doyle. Final script. 8/9/35
Hard to Get
Anonymous. n.d.
The Hard Way
By Irwin Shaw and Daniel Fuchs. Second revised final. 4/9/42
Hargrove, Marion
See: The Girl He Left Behind. The Music Man
Harmon, Sidney
See: Mara Mara
Harold Teen
Screenplay by Al Cohen and Paul Gerard Smith. Final script. 11/28/33
Harper
See: The Moving Target
Harris, Sam H.
See: The Jazz Singer
Hart, Moss
See: Act One. A Star is Born
Hasse, John
See: Petulia
The Hasty Heart
From the play by John Patrick. Screenplay by Ranald MacDougal. Second revised final. 2/17/49
72 Havana Widows
By Earl Baldwin. Final script. 7/29/33
Having a Wild Weekend
See: Catch Us If You Can
The Hawk and the Arrow
By Waldo Salt. Final script. 9/10/49
Hawkins, John and Ward
See: The City is Dark
Haycox, Ernest
See: Bugles in the Afternoon
Hayes, Alfred
See: The Double Man
Hayes, Joseph
See: The Third Day
Hayward, Leland
See: Mr. Pulver and the Captain
Hayward, Lillie
See: Lad: A Dog
Head Lines
See: Lowdown
Adaptation by Joseph Jackson. Final script. n.d.
Head Over Heels
See: Always Together
Screenplay by Phoebe and Henry Ephron and I. A. L. Diamond. Final script. 5/28/47
Headquarters: F.B.I.
By Stanley Niss. Final script. ½/62
Heart of the North
By William Byron Mowery. Screenplay by Vincent Sherman and Lee Katz. Revised final. 7/2/38
73 Hearts Divided
Anonymous. Revised final. 1/27/36
Hearts in Exile
By John Oxenham. Screenplay by Harvey H. Gates. n.d.
Heat Lightning
From the play by Leon Abrams and George Abbott. Screenplay by Brown Holmes and Warren Duff. Final script. 11/16/33
Hecht, Ben
See: Miracle in the Rain
Heggen, Thomas
See: Mr. Pulver and the Captain
The Heir Chaser
Screenplay by Bertram Millhauser. Final script. 11/22/33
The Helen Morgan Story
See: The Jazz Age
Helen of Troy
Adaptation by Hugh Gray, N. Richard Nash. Screenplay by John Twist and Hugh Gray. Final script. 9/10/54
Hell on Frisco Bay
See: The Darkest Hour
Heller, Joseph
See: Sex and the Single Girl
Heller, Lukas
See: What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
Hell's Bells
By William Rankin. Screenplay by Warren Duff and Sidney Sutherland. Temporary. 10/23/33
Hell's Highway
By Richard Landau. Final script. 8/14/57
74 Hell's Kitchen
Anonymous. Second revised final. 12/28/38
Helms, Jo
See: The Threat
Hemingway, Ernest
See: The Breaking Point
Her Husband's Secretary
By Crane Wilbur. Screenplay by Lillie Hayward. Final script. 11/13/36
Her Majesty Love
Adaptation by Robert Lord. Final script. 8/22/31
Herbert, F. Hugh
See: Dragon Murder Case
Hercules Unchained
Anonymous. Translation from the Italian. c. 1960
Here Comes Happiness
Screenplay by Charles Linton Tedford. Final script. 11/28/40
Hero for a Day
By Lucien Hubbard. Screenplay by Lee Katz. Final script. 12/31/38
75 Heroes of the Air
By George Bricker. Final script. 7/3/36
Hey, Sailor!
By Ben Markson. Temporary. 3/10/34
Hi Nellie
Anonymous. Revised temporary. 10/11/33
Hidaka, Sigeaki
See: Gigantis
The Hidden Hand
Based on the play Invitation to Murder by Rufus King. Screenplay by Anthony Coldewey and Raymond L. Schrock. Final script. 10/17/42
Higgins, John C.
See: Untamed Youth
The High and the Mighty
By Ernest K. Gann. Final script. 7/15/53
High Pressure
Adaptation by Joseph Jackson. Final script. n.d.
76 High Sierra
By W. H. Burnett. Screenplay by John Huston and W. R. Burnett. Revised final. 7/31/40
Highsmith, Patricia
See: Strangers on a Train
Highway 99
Screenplay by Kenneth Gamet, Allen Rivkin, Charles Kenyon. Revised final. 2/4/41
Highway Pirates
By Sherman L. Lowe. Final script. 9/21/37
Hill, Gladys
See: Reflections in a Golden Eye
Hill, Weldon
See: Onionhead
His Majesty O'Keefe
Based on the novel of the same name. Lawrence Kingman and Gerald Green. Screenplay by Borden Chase. Final script. 7/16/52
Hit Me Again
From the play by F. Hugh Herbert. Adaptation by F. Hugh Herbert and Carl Erickson. Screenplay by F. Hugh Herbert. Temporary. 12/9/33
The Hobby Family
By William W. Brockway. Screenplay by Kenneth Gamet and William W. Brockway. Revised final. 4/17/39
77 The Hobo and the Heiress
Screenplay by Robertson White. Final script. 2/22/37
Hodes, Roberta O.
See: Lad: A Dog
Hoffman, Charles
See: The West Point Story
Hoffman, Joseph
See: Sex and the Single Girl. Tall Man Riding
Hold Everything
Screenplay by Robert Lord. Final script. n.d.
Hollywood, Daniel
See: Never Too Late
Hollywood Canteen
By Delmer Daves. Final script. 5/29/44
Hollywood Hotel
By Jerry Wald and Maurice Leo. Screenplay by Jerry Wald, Maurice Leo, Richard Macaulay. Second revised final. 8/18/37
Holt, Robert I.
See: Rampage
Home Before Dark
Screenplay by Eileen and Robert Bassing. Final script. 12/12/57
Homes, Geoffrey
see: Bugles in the Afternoon. This Woman is Dangerous
Hondo
Based on Collier's Magazine story by Louis L'Amour. Screenplay by James Edward Grant
78 Honeymoon for Three
See: Goodbye Again
Screenplay by Earl Baldwin. Phil and Julie Epstein. Revised final. 6/21/40
The Honor of the Family
By Balzac. Adaptation by James Ashmore Creelman. Additional dialogue: Roland Pertwee. Revised final. 5/18/31
The Honorable Mr. Wong
See: The Hatchet Man
Based on a play by Achmed Abdullah and David Belasco. Screenplay and dialogue by J. Grubb Alexander. Final script. 10/26/31
Hopwood, Avery
See: Painting the Clouds with Sunshine
Horgan, Paul
See: A Distant Trumpet
The Horn Blows at Midnight
Screenplay by Sam Hellman and James V. Kern. Revised final. 11/12/43
Hot Air
By Finder Moss and Jerry Wald. Screenplay by Warren Duff and Harry Sauber. Final script. 12/20/30
The Hot Heiress (A Musical Play for the Screen)
By Herbert Fields. Songs by Rogers and Hart. Final script. 6/6/30
Hot Nocturne
From the play by Edwin Gilbert. Screenplay by Robert Rossen. Revised final. 6/6/41
79 Hotel
Screenplay by Wendell Mayes. Final script. 5/2/66
Hotel Berlin
By Jo Pagano and Alvah Bessie. Second revised final. 10/24/44
The Hottentot
Stage play: Victor Mapes and William Collier. Screenplay by Harvey Thew. Final script. 12/26/28
The House Across the Street
See: Hi Nellie
By Russel S. Hughes. Final script. 6/19/48
House of Women
See: Ladies of the Mob
House of Wax
See: Chamber of Horrors
By Steven Kandel. Rewritten by James Barnett. Final script. 3/30/66
Housewife
By Robert Lord and Lillie Hayward. Screenplay by Manuel Seff and Lillie Hayward. Final script. 4/5/34
Howard, Cy
See: Marriage on the Rocks
Huggins, Roy
See: A Fever in the Blood
Hughes, Russell
See: Come On, Texas. Sugarfoot. Rear Guard. Them!
Hulme, Kathryn C.
See: The Nun's Story
Hume, Doris
See: Susan Slade
Humoresque
Screenplay by Clifford Odets and Zachary Gold. Revised final. 12/15/45
Hurst, Fannie
See: Young at Heart
A Husband's Privileges
Anonymous. n.d.
Huston, John
See: Moby Dick. Reflections in a Golden Eye
Hyman, Mac
See: No Time for Sergeants
80 I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gain
Anonymous. n.d.
I Am a Thief
Screenplay by Ralph Block and Doris Malloy. Final script. 8/21/34
I Confess
Screenplay by George Tubori. Final script. 8/9/52
I Died a Thousand Times
See: The Jagged Edge
I Died a Thousand Times
See: The Steel Jungle
Screenplay by Walter Doniger. Final script. 12/16/54
I Found Stella Parrish
Based on a story by John Monk Saunders. Screenplay by Casey Robinson. Final script. 8/13/35
I Like Your Nerve
Story and dialogue: Roland Pertwee. Screenplay by Houston Branch. Final script. 3/26/31
I Married a Doctor
Based on a novel by Sinclair Lewis. Screenplay by Casey Robinson. Final script. n.d.
81 I Sell Anything
Anonymous. Final script. 7/5/34
I Was a Communist for the F.B.I.
Based on the experiences of Matt Cretic. As told to Peter Martin and published in the Saturday Evening Post. Screenplay by Bryan Foy. Revised final. 12/30/50
I Was Framed
By Robert E. Kent. Final script. 1/26/42
I'll See You in My Dreams
Screenplay by Melville Shavelson and Jack Rose. Revised final. 7/18/51
Ice Palace
From the novel by Edna Ferber. Screenplay by Harry Kleiner. Final script. 7/16/59
The Idol
See: Smart Money
Anonymous. Final script. 2/25/31
Illegal
Screenplay by W. R. Burnett and James R. Webb. Final script. 1/22/55
In Our Time
Screenplay by Ellis St. Joseph. Revised final. 5/29/43
82 In the Deep South
Screenplay by Aben Kandel and Robert Rossen. Final script. 2/15/37
In the Next Room
Based on a play by Eleanor Robson and Harriet Ford. Screenplay and dialogue by James A. Starr. Final script. n.d.
In This Our Life
From the novel by Ellen Glasgow. Screenplay by Howard Koch. Revised final script. 10/3/41
The Incredible Mr. Limpet
See: Mr. Limpet
Indiscreet
See: Kind Sir
Inge, William
See: The Dark at the Top of the Stairs. Splendor in the Grass
The Inside
See: Hard to Handle
By Houston Branch. Screenplay by Robert Lord and Wilson Mizner. Final script. 10/13/32
Inside Daisy Clover
By Gavin Lambert. Final script. 1/28/65
Inside Story
See: Hi Nellie
By Roy Chanslor. Screenplay by Morton Grant. Revised final. 5/29/37
Inside the Walls of Folsom Prison
See: The Folsom Story
Invisible Stripes
By Warren Duff. Final script. 8/22/39
83 Invitation to Murder
By K. Krauss. Screenplay by Earl Snell and Raymond L. Schrock. Revised final. 7/15/39
The Irish in Us
By Earl Baldwin. Temporary. 5/9/35
The Iron Mistress
Screenplay by James Webb. Final script. 4/1/52
Is Everybody Happy?
Screenplay and dialogue by Joseph A. Jackson and James A. Starr. n.d.
Island in the Sky
From the novel of the same name. Screenplay by Ernest K. Gann. Revised final script. 1/12/53
Island of Lost Women
Screenplay by Ray Buffum. Revised final. 10/2/57
Island of Love
See: Not on Your Life
Isle of Escape
From the stage play and novel by G. C. Dixon and Jack McLaren. Screenplay and dialogue by J. Grubb Alexander. Final script. n.d.
84 The Isle of Lost Ships
By Crittenden Marriott. Screenplay by Fred Myton. Dialogue by Paul Perez. Comedy construction: Gene Towne. Final script. 9/2/48
It
See: The Curse of the Golem
The Ivory Trail
Story by Lily Hayward. Adapation and dialogue. James A. Starr. n.d.
Jacobs, Alexander
See: The Shuttered Room
The Jagged Edge
See: I Died a Thousand Times
Screenplay by W. R. Burnett. Final script. 2/7/55
Jailbreak
Adapted from the stage play by Dwight Taylor. Adaptation and dialogue by Al Cohn. Continuity: Henry McCarty. n.d.
Jamboree (Tentative Title)
Screenplay by Leonard Kantor. c. 1957
James, Rian
See: Dragon Murder Case
The James Dean Story
Written by Stewart Stern. 1957
Janie
Screenplay by Agnes Christine Johnston and Charles Hoffman. From the play by Josephine Bentham and Herschel Williams. Revised final. 12/16/43
85 Janie Gets Married
Original Screenplay by Agnes Christine Johnston. Final script. 3/13/45
Jannings, Orin
See: Force of Arms. Back to Broadway
The Jazz Age
See: The Helen Morgan Story
Written by Oscar Saul, Dean Riesner, Stephen Longstreet, Nelson Gidding. Screenplay by Nelson Gidding. Second revised final. 1/29/57
The Jazz Queen
From the play by Hubert Henry Davies. Screen version and dialogue: Ray Harris and Gene Towne. 7/31/29
The Jazz Singer
Adaptation and continuity by Alfred A. Cohn. From the stage play by Samson Raphaelson. Final script. n.d.
The Jazz Singer
Based on play by Samson Raphaelson. Produced on stage by Albert Lewis and Max Gordon in association with Sam H. Harris. Screenplay by Frank Davis, Leonard Stern, Lewis Meltzer. Revised final. 7/26/52
Jennings, Dean
See: The San Quentin Story
Jezebel
Anonymous. c. 1937
Jim Thorpe - All American
Screenplay by Everett Freeman and Frank Davis. Screen story: Douglas Morrow and Vincent X. Flaherty. Additional dialogue: Frank Davis. Revised final. 9/14/50
John Loves Mary
Screenplay by Phoebe and Henry Ephron. From the play by Norman Krasna. Final script. 1/12/48
86 John Paul Jones
Screenplay by John Farrow and Jesse Lasky, Jr. Final script. 8/58
Johnny Belinda
Screenplay by Irmgard von Cube and Alten Vincent. Final script. 8/22/47
Johnny Trouble
Story by Ben Ames Williams. Screenplay by Charles O'Neal and David Lord. c. 1957
Johnson, George Clayton
See: Ocean's Eleven
Jolson Story
See: Say It With Songs
By Darryl Zanuck and Harvey H. Gates. Dialogue by Joseph Jackson. n.d.
Jones, Dorothy and Chuck
See: Gay Purr-ee
The Journal of a Crime
Screenplay by Hugh Herbert. Final script. 11/13/33
Juarez
Screenplay by John Huston, Aneas MacKenzie, Wolfgang Reinhardt. Abem Finkel. Final script. 10/29/38
Judy Adjudicates
From a story by Philip Wylie. Screenplay by Charles Hoffman. Final script. 10/12/43
87 Juke Girl
Original Screenplay by A. I. Bezzerides and Kenneth Gamet. Fianl scriptl 10/3/41
Jump into Hell
Original Screenplay by Irving Wallace. Final script. 8/24/54
June Bride
Based on a play by Eileen Tighe and Graeme Lorimer. Screenplay by Ranald MacDougall. Revised final script. 4/24/48
Just Out of College
Original story by Robert Lee Johnson. Screenplay by Eugene Solow and Robert L. Johnson. Revised final. 7/23/34
Justice After Dark
Original Screenplay by Don Ryan and Kenneth Gamet. 10/7/36
88 Kaleidoscope
Original Screenplay by Robert and Jane Howard Carrington. Final draft. 1/7/66
Kamb, Karl
See: Starlift
Kandel, Steven
See: House of Wax
Kane, Robert G.
See: Kisses for My President
Kansas City Princess
Screenplay by Manuel Seff and Sy Bartlett. Final script. 5/5/34
Kantor, Leonard
See: Jamboree (Tentative Title)
Katcher, Leo
See: Not On Your Life
Kaufman, Bob
See: The Cool Ones. Up the Down Staircase
Kayama, Shigem
See: Gigantis
Kazan, Elia
See: The Anatolian Smile
Kelland, Clarence Budington
See: Sugarfoot
Kelly, Maisie
See: Land of the Pharaohs
Kennedy, Burt
See: Back Track. Seven Men from Now. Yellowstone Kelly
Kennedy, S. K.
See: Duel in the Jungle
Kerr, Jean
See: Mary, Mary
The Key
Screenplay by Laird Doyle. Final script. 2/3/34
Key Largo
Screenplay by Richard Brooks and John Huston. From the play by Maxwell Anderson as produced on the Spoken Stage by the Playwrights Company. c. 1947
The Keyhole
By Robert Presnell. Revised final. 12/1/32
Kibbee, Roland
See: The Desert Song. The Crimson Pirate. Painting the Clouds with Sunshine. Melville Goodwin, U. S. A.. Three Sailors and a Girl
89 Kid Galahad
Screenplay by Seton I. Miller. Final script. 11/28/36
Kid Nightingale
Anonymous. Final script. 5/27/39
Kind Sir
See: Indiscreet
Screenplay by Norman Krasna from his play "Kind Sir," produced on stage by Joshua Logan. Final script. 9/5/57
The King and the Chorus Girl
By Norman Krasna and Groucho Marx. Revised temporary script. 11/2/36
King of Fashion
Anonymous. Final script. 10/7/33
King of the Ritz
Original story by Robert T. Shannon and Albert J. Cohen. Screenplay and dialogue by R. T. Shannon and A. J. Cohen. Revised: Manuel Seff. Final script. 12/8/34
90 King Rubber
Anonymous. Third revised final. 4/19/41
Kingman, Lawrence
See: His Majesty O'Keefe
King's Row
From the novel by Henry Bellaman. Screenplay by Casey Robinson. Final script. 4/17/41
The King's Vacation
Original story by Ernest Pascal. Adaptation and dialogue by Ernest Pascals and Maude T. Howell. Final script. 11/2/32
A Kiss in the Dark
From the story "Cleopatra Arms" by Everett and Devery Freeman. Original Screenplay by Harry Kurnitz. Revised final. 3/8/48
Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye
From Horace McCoy's "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye". Screenplay by Harry Brown. Final script. 4/8/50
Kisses for My President
Story by Robert G. Kane. Screenplay by Claude Binyon and Robert G. Kane. Final script. 7/12/63
Kleiner, Harry
See: A Fever in the Blood. Ice Palace
Klorer, John
See: Starlift
Kneale, Nigel
See: Look Back in Anger
Kneubuhl, John
See: Two on a Guillotine
91 The Knight and the Lady
Screenplay by Norman Reilly Raine and Aeneas McKenzie. Revised final. 4/21/39
Knockout
Screenplay by M. Coates Webster. Final script. 11/14/40
Knott, Frederick
See: Dial 'M' For Murder. Wait Until Dark
Krasna, Norman
See: Kind Sir
Kurnitz, Harry
See: Land of the Pharaohs. A Kiss in the Dark
Lacey, Franklin
See: The Music Man
Lad: A Dog
From the novel by Albert Payson Terhune. Screenplay by Lillie Hayward and Roberta O. Hodes. Revised final. 4/4/61
Ladies Must Live
Screenplay by Robert E. Kent. Final script. 6/5/40
Ladies of the Mob
See: House of Women
Screenplay by Crane Wilbur. Final script. 5/4/61
Lady Doctor
Based on a story by W. R. Burnett. Screenplay by George Bricker and Vincent Sherman. Final script. 5/16/38
Lady Luck
From a novel by W. R. Burnett. Screenplay by Roy Chanslor. c. 1937
Lady Surrenders
By Mary C. McCall, Jr. Final script. 6/7/34
92 Lady with Red Hair
Screenplay by Charles Kenyon and Milton Krims. Second revised final. 7/13/40
Lait, Jack
See: New York Confidential
Lambert, Gavin
See: Inside Daisy Clover
L'Amour, Louis
See: Guns of the Timberlands. The Burning Hills
Land of the Pharaohs
Written by William Faulkner, Harry Kurnitz, and Harold Jack Bloom. Script continuity by Maisie Kelly. Final script. 9/54
Landau, Richard
See: Hell's Highway. Up Periscope. Born Reckless
Landon, Joseph
See: The Life and Death of Legs Diamond. Finian's Rainbow. Wall of Noise
Langley, Adria Locke
See: A Lion is in the Streets
Larceny Lane
Original Story, continuity and dialogue by Kubec Glasmon and John Bright. Final script. 5/27/31
Larger than Life
See: She Couldn't Say No
From the play "Larger than Life" by Joseph Schrank. Based on the short story of the same title by Norman Matson. Screenplay by Joseph Schrank and Ben Grauman Kohn. Revised by Robertson White. Final script. 8/10/37
Lasky, Jr., Jesse
See: John Paul Jones
Latimer, Jonathan
See: Plunder of the Sun
Laurents, Arthur
See: Gypsy
Lavery, Emmet
See: The Court Martial of Billy Mitchell
Lawyer Man
Screenplay by James Seymour and Rian James. Final script. 9/2/32
Lawyer Woman
Original story and Screenplay by George Bricker. Revised temporary script. 1/10/36
Lay, Beirne, Jr.
See: Toward the Unknown
Leder, Herbert J.
See: The Curse of the Golem. The Frozen Dead
Lederer, Charles
See: Ocean's Eleven. The Spirit of St. Louis
Lee, Gypsy Rose
See: Gypsy
Lee, Robert
See: Dragon Murder Case
The Left-Handed Gun
Screenplay by Leslie Stevens. From a play by Gore Vidal. Final script. 5/16/57
"Legacy of a Spy"
See: The Double Man
The Legend of Ferman Gonzales
See: The Valley of the Swords
Lehman, Ernest
See: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Leicester, James
See: From the Earth to the Moon. Typee
LeMay, Alan
See: Rocky Mountain
Lennart, Isobel
See: The Sundowners
Leonard, Hugh
See: Great Catherine
Lerner, Alan Jay
See: Camelot. My Fair Lady
Lester, Seeleg
See: The Big League
93 The Letter
Screenplay by Howard Koch. Final script. 5/15/40
Let's Pretend
Screenplay by Sig Herzig and Jerry Wald. Second revised final. 6/25/36
Levin, Herman
See: My Fair Lady
Levin, Ira
See: Critic's Choice. No Time for Sergeants
LeVino, Albert Shelby
See: Westbound
Levitt, Saul
See: A Covenant with Death
Lewis, Al
See: Our Miss Brooks
Lewis, Albert
See: The Jazz Singer
Lieberson, Goddard
See: Three for Bedroom C
The Life and Death of Legs Diamond
Written by Joseph Landon. Screenplay by Milton Sperling and Joseph Landon. Final script. 9/23/59
Life Begins
By Mary McDougal Axelson. Adaptation and dialogue by Earl Baldwin. Final script. 4/19/32
The Life of Knute Rockne
Original Screenplay by Robert Buckner. Final script. 3/11/40
The Life of the Party
Anonymous. Final script. c.1930
94 Life with Father
From the play by Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse. Screenplay. Donald Ogden Stewart and Robert Buckner. Final script. 2/5/46
Lighthorse Harry
Screenplay by Fred Niblo, Jr. Revised final. 3/31/39
Lightning Strikes Twice
See: A Man without Friends
From the novel by Margaret Echard. Screenplay by Lenore Coffee. Third revised final. 2/2/50
Lilies of the Field
Anonymous. n.d.
Lilly Turner
Screenplay by Gene Markey and Kitty Scola. Final script. 1/28/33
Lindbergh, Charles A.
See: The Spirit of St. Louis
Lindop, Audrey Erskine
See: The Singer Not the Song
Lindsay, Howard
See: Stop, You're Killing Me. Tall Story
The Lion and the Horse
Screenplay by Crane Wilbur. Final script. 5/21/51
A Lion is in the Streets
From a novel by Adria Locke Langley. Screenplay by Luther Davis. c. 1953\
Lipsky, Eleazar
See: Tiger in the Night
95 Little Big Shot
Screenplay by Robert Andrews, Julius J. Epstein, and Jerry Wald. Revised final. 5/23/35
Little Caesar
By W. R. Burnet. Adaptation by Robert N. Lee. Screenplay and dialogue by Francis Edwards Faragoh. Final script. 7/7/30
The Little Giant
By Robert Lord and Wilson Mizner. Revised final. 1/18/33
Little Johnny Jones (Sound Version)
Play: George M. Cohen. Screen adaptation by Adelaide Heilbron. n.d.
Little Lady Luck
Original story by Albert DeMond. Screenplay by Albert DeMond and George Bricker. Final script. 1/22/38
Living on Velvet
Original story and Screenplay by Jerry Wald and Julius Epstein. Final script. 11/1/34
96 Living Up to Lizzie
Original Screenplay by F. Hugh Herbert and Lillie Hayward. Final script. 6/26/35
Local Boy Makes Good
Original story by Walter DeLeon, based on his magazine story "Between Friends." Adaptation by Robert Lord. Final script. 6/6/31
Loewe, Frederick
See: Camelot. My Fair Lady
Logan, Joshua
See: Fanny. Kind Sir. Mr. Pulver and the Captain
The Lone Ranger
Screenplay by Herb Meadow. Based on "The Lone Ranger" legend. Final script. 7/29/55
Lone Star Ranger
Story by Anthony Coldewey. Screenplay by Harold Buckley. Final script. 5/7/36
Lonergan, Philip
See: Temple Houston
Long, Sumner Arthur
See: Never Too Late
Longstreet, Stephen
See: The Jazz Age
Look Back in Anger
Screenplay by Nigel Kneale. Additional dialogue: John Osborne. Based on the play by John Osborne. Final script. 8/18/58
Loose Ankles (sound version)
By Sam Janney. Screen version and dialogue by Gene Towne. Final script. c. 1930
Lord, David
See: Johnny Trouble
97 Lords of the Land
Original story and Screenplay by Anthony Coldewey. Final script. 10/21/36
A Lost Lady
Screenplay by Gene Markey and Kathryn Scola. Final script. 5/21/34
Loudspeaker Lowdown
Screenplay by Roy Chanslor. Final script. 6/2/36
Love and Learn
Screenplay by Eugene Conrad and Francis Swann. Second revised final. 8/22/46
Love Begins
Screenplay by Lillie Hayward. Final script. 11/7/36
Love Begins at 20
Screenplay by Dalton Trumbo and Tom Reed. Revised final. 3/18/36
98 Love is a Racket
From a novel by Rian James. Adapted by Courtenay Terrett. 2/16/32
Lovers Must Learn
See: Rome Adventure
Based on the novel by Irving Fineman. Screenplay by Delmer Daves. Final 9/7/61
Lucas, John Meredyth
See: My Blood Runs Cold
Lucky Me
Screenplay by James O'Hanlon, Robert O'Brien, and Irving Elinson. From a story by James O'Hanlon. Second revised script. 10/29/53
Lullaby of Broadway
Screenplay by Earl Baldwin. Second revised final. 8/28/50
Macaulay, Richard
See: Across the Pacific
The McConnell Story
Story by Ted Sherdeman. Screenplay by Ted Sherdeman and Sam Rolfe. Final script. 10/27/54
McCoy, Horace
See: Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye
McCullers, Carson
See: Reflections in a Golden Eye
McDermid, Finlay
See: The Bounty Hunter
MacDonald, Philip
See: Ring of Fear
MacDonald, Ross
See: The Moving Target
MacDougall, Ranald
See: The Breaking Point
McGivern, William P.
See: The Darkest Hour
McHugh, Martin J.
See: Three Leaves of a Shamrock
Mackenzie, Donald
See: The Scent of Danger
MacPhail, Angus
See: The Wrong Man
Madame DuBarry
Original and Screenplay by Edward Chodorov. Final script. 3/9/34
Mahin, John Lee
See: The Bad Seed. No Time for Sergeants
Mailer, Norman
See: The Naked and the Dead. An American Dream
Mainwaring, Daniel
See: Catacombs
A Majority of One
Based on the play by L. Spigelgass. As produced on stage by Theatre Guild and Dore Schary. Screenplay by Leonard Spigelgass. Final script. 2/20/61
99 Make Your Own Bed
Screenplay by Francis Swann and Edmund Joseph. Adapted by Richard Weil. From a play by Harvey O'Higgins and Harriet Ford. Final script. 11/20/43
The Making of O'Malley
Anonymous. Revised final. 7/28/36
Malaga
See: The Scent of Danger
Male Animal
See: She's Working Her Way through College
From the play by James Thurber and Elliott Nugent. Screenplay by Julius Epstein, Philip Epstein, and Stephen Morehouse Avery. Final script. 8/1/41
The Maltese Falcon (sound version)
From the novel by Dashiell Hammet. Screenplay by Maude Fulton and Brown Homes. n.d.
The Man
Anonymous. Revised (final dialogue). n.d.
Man-Crazy
By Earl Baldwin. Screenplay and dialogue by Earl Baldwin and Richard Weil. 3/10/30
The Man from Galveston
See: Temple Houston
100 The Man from Monterey
Adaptation and continuity by Lesley Mason. 1/3/33
Man Hunt
From a story by Earl Felton. Screenplay by Roy Chanslor. Second revised final. 10/29/35
The Man in the Sky
Written for the screen. Music by Jerome Kern. Libretto by Otto Harbach. Final script. 7/7/30
Man-Power
Story and Screenplay by Richard Macaulay and Jerry Wald. Final script. 3/4/41
Man Running
See: Stage Fright
Based on a novel by Selwyn Jepson. Screenplay by Whitfield Cook. Adaptation by Alma Reville. Additional dialogue by James Bridie. c. 1949
The Man Who Came to Dinner
Screenplay by Julius J. and Philip G. Epstein. From the play by George Kaufman and Moss Hart. Revised final. 7/13/41
101 The Man Who Played God
By George Arliss. Version of "The Silent Voice." c. 1931
Man with a Gun
From a story by Robert Buckner. Screenplay by John Twist. Final script. 12/12/51
The Man with the Black Hat
Based on a novel by Dashiell Hammett. Story and Screenplay by Brown Holmes. Final script. 11/22/35
A Man without Friends
See: Lightning Strikes Twice
Mandalay
From original by Paul Harvey Fox. Screenplay by Austin Parker and Charles Kenyon. 10/14/33
Mandel, Frank
See: Tea for Two
Mandel, Loring
See: Moonshot
Manhunt in the Jungle
From the book Man Hunting in the Jungle by George M. Dyott. Screenplay by Sam Merwin, Jr. and Owen Crump. Revised final. 11/15/56
Mankiewicz, Don M.
See: The Chapman Report
Mann, Robert
See: Our Miss Brooks
Mann, Stanley
See: The Naked Runner
Mantley, John
See: My Blood Runs Cold
Mara Mara
From a story by Philip Yordan, Sidney Harmon, and Hollister Noble. Screenplay by N. Richard Nash. Final script. 10/3/51
102 The Marauders
See: Merrill's Marauders
From the book by Charlton Ogburn, Jr. Screenplay by Milton Sperling and Samuel Fuller. Revised final. 1/30/61
March, William
See: The Bad Seed
Marcus, Larry
See: Brainstorm. A Covenant with Death. Petulia
Marguand, John P.
See: Melville Goodwin, U. S. A.
Marjorie Morningstar
From the novel by Herman Wouk. Screenplay by Everett Freeman. Final script. 6/20/57
Marked Woman
Original screenplay by Robert Rossen and Abem Finkel. 12/5/36
The Marked Woman
By Claude Farrers and Lucien Nepoty. Screenplay by Harvey Thew. Final script. 9/30/31
Marriage on the Rocks
(formerly "Community Property")
Story and screenplay by Cy Howard. Final script. 2/15/65
Married, Pretty, and Poor
Screenplay by Julius J. and Philip G. Epstein. Final script. 12/14/39
103 Marry the Girl
Anonymous. Revised final. 12/5/36
Martin, Elliott
See: Never Too Late
Marx, Sam
See: Duel in the Jungle
Mary Hagen
From the novel That Hagen Girl by Edith Roberts. Screenplay by Charles Hoffman. Revised final. 6/6/47
Mary, Mary
Based on stage play by Jean Kerr, produced on stage by Roger Stevens. Screenplay by Richard L. Breen. Final script. 2/11/63
Mary Stevens, M. D.
Anonymous. Final script. 3/14/33
The Mask
By Frank Taubes, Harry Olive, Victoria and Joe Morhaim. n.d.
The Mask of Dimitrios
From the novel A Coffin for Dimitrios by Eric Azubler. Screenplay by Frank Gruber. Final script. 11/18/43
104 Massacre
By Robert Gessner and Ralph Block. Screenplay by Ralph Block and Sheridan Gibney. Final script. 9/28/33
The Master of Ballantrae
Screenplay by Herb Meadow. Additional dialogue: Harold Medford. Final script for England. 6/5/52
The Match King
By Einar Thorvaldson. Screenplay by Houston Branch and Sidney Sutherland. Final script. 8/16/32
Matrimonial Bed
See: Playboy
Screenplay by Harvey Thew. n.d.
Maxfield, Henry S.
See: The Double Man
Maybe It's Love
By Mark Canfield. Screenplay and dialogue by Joseph Jackson. Final script. n.d.
Mayes, Wendell
See: Hotel. The Hanging Tree. The Spirit of St. Louis
Mazurka
Screenplay by Julius J. Epstein. Final script. 2/9/37
Meadow, Herb
See: The Lone Ranger. The Master of Ballantrae
Medford, Harold
See: The Fighting Marine. The Master of Ballantrae. The Phantom Ape
105 Meet the Duchess
See: A Present from Margate
Screenplay by F. Hugh Herbert. Second revised final. 9/16/35
Melody for Two
Screenplay by George Bricker. Revised final. 8/26/36
Melson, John
See: Battle of the Bulge
Meltzer, Lewis
See: The Jazz Singer. The Travelers
Melville, Herman
See: Moby Dick. Typee
Melville Goodwin, U.S.A.
See: Top Secret Affair
Based on characters from "Melville Goodwin, U.S.A." by John P. Marguand. Written by Roland Kibee and Allan Scott. Final script. 2/16/56
Men Are Such Fools
Screenplay by Norman Reilly Raine and Horace Jackson. Revised final. 12/13/37
Men in Exile
Screenplay by Roy Chanslor. Final script. 10/13/36
106 Men on Her Mind
See: Outcast
Adaptation and screenplay by Charles Kenyon. Final script. c. 1935
Mendel, Inc.
By David Freedman. Adaptation by Arthur Caesar and Houston Branch. c. 1931
Mercer, Charles
See: Rachel Cade
Mergendahl, Charles
See: The Bramble Bush
"Merrill's Marauders"
See: The Marauders
Merry Wives of Reno
Story and Screenplay by Robert Lord. Additional dialogue by Brown Holmes and Joe Traub. Final script. 12/19/33
Merwin, Sam Jr.
See: Manhunt in the Jungle
Michener, James
See: Sayonara
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Anonymous. Final script. 12/6/34
Mildred Pierce
From the novel by James Cain. Screenplay by Ranald MacDougall. Revised final. 12/5/44
Millard, Oscar
See: Dead Ringer
Miller, J. P.
See: Days of Wine and Roses
Miller, Winston
See: The Boy from Oklahoma. The Bounty Hunter. Carson City. Rocky Mountain
Million Dollar Fugitive
Original story by Leonard Neubauer. Screenplay by Alex Gottlieb. Final script. 10/13/39
Milne, Peter
See: About Face. She's Working Her Way Through College. Painting the Clouds with Sunshine
107 The Mind Reader
Anonymous. n.d.
Miner, Allen H.
See: Chubasco
The Miracle
Based on a play by Karl Vollmoeller. produced on stage by Max Reinhardt. Screenplay by Frank Butler. Revised final. 7/31/58
Miracle in the Rain
Novel and screenplay by Ben Hecht. Final script. 4/29/55
Miracle Mountain (Period 1890)
Screenplay by John T. Neville. Final script. 1/20/37
The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima
Written for the screen by Crane Wilbur and James O'Hanlon. Revised final. 1/14/52
Miss Pacific Fleet
Anonymous. n.d.
108 Miss Pinkerton of Scotland Yard
Anonymous. n.d.
Miss Wheelwright Discovers America
From an original story by Leonard Spigelgass. Revised final. 12/20/40
Missing Witnesses
Original screenplay by Kenneth Gamet and Don Ryan. Final script. 6/17/37
Mission to Moscow
Screenplay by Howard Koch. Final script. c. 1942
Mister Roberts
Screenplay by Frank S. Nugent. Final script. 7/13/54
109 Mistress of Fashion
Screenplay by Casey Robinson. Final script. 7/7/36
M'lle Modiste
From the musical play by Henry Blossom and Victor Herbert. Screenplay and dialogue by Julien Josephson and Paul Perez. Revised script. 2/15/30
The Mob
By John Monk Saunders. Continuity by Robert Lord. 12/27/30
Moby Dick
By Herman Melville (Final Dialogue). Adaptation by Oliver H. P. Garrett. Dialogue by J. Grubb Alexander. Final script. 3/11/30
Moby Dick
By Herman Melville. Screenplay by Ray Bradbury and John Huston. Final script. c. 1956
A Modern Hero
From the novel by Louis Bromfield. Screenplay by Gene Markey and Kathryn Scola. c. 1933
Moffat, Ivan
See by Giant
Moffit, John C.
See by The Story of Will Rogers
110 Money and the Women
Screenplay by Robert Presnell. Revised final. 5/11/40
Monks, John Jr.
See by About Face. The Grace Moore Story. The West Point Story. Back to Broadway. Where's Charley
Montana
Based on a story by Ernest Haycox. Screenplay by James R. Webb, Borden Chase, and Charles O'Neal. Final script. 8/26/48
Montgomery, George
See by The Steel Hook
The Moonlighter
Story and screenplay by Niven Busch. Final shooting script. 4/7/53
Moonshot
See by Countdown
Screenplay by Loring Mandel. From the novel by Hank Searls. Final script. 8/5/66
Moore, Robin
See by The Green Berets
Morrison, T. J.
See by Duel in the Jungle
Morrow, Douglas
See by Alma Mater. Jim Thorpe - All American
Mortimer, Chapman
See by Reflections in a Golden Eye
Mortimer, John
See by Act of Mercy
Mortimer, Lee
See by New York Confidential
Mosel, Ted
See by The Out-of-Towners. Up the Down Staircase
A Most Immoral Lady (Sound Version)
From the play by Townsend Martin. Adaptation by Forrest Halsey. n.d.
Mother's Boys
Screenplay by Fred Niblo, Jr. Final script. 1/24/41
111 Mothers Cry
By Helen Grace Carlisle. Scenario and dialogue by Lenore J. Coffee. Final script. 6/28/30
Mountain Justice
Original by Luci Ward. Screenplay by Norman Reilly Raine and Luci Ward. c. 1936
The Mouthpiece
Based on a play by Frank J. Collins. Adaptation and dialogue by Joseph Jackson and Earl Baldwin. n.d.
The Moving Target
See by Harper
Based on the novel by Ross MacDonald. Screenplay by William Goldman. Revised final. 6/9/65
Mr. Chump
Screenplay by George Bricker. Final script. 3/10/38
Mr. Dodd Takes the Air
Story by Clarence Budington Kelland. Revised final. 4/23/37
112 Mr. Limpet
See by The Incredible Mr. Limpet
From a novel by Theodore Pratt. Screenplay by Jameson Brewer and John C. Rose. Adaptation by Joe DiMona. Final script. 6/6/62
Mr. Pulver and the Captain
See by Ensign Pulver
Based on a play by Thomas Heggen and Joshua Logan. From a novel by Thomas Heggen. As produced on stage by Leland Hayward. Screenplay by Joshua Logan and Peter Feibleman. Revised final. 7/9/63
Mr. Skeffington
Screenplay by Julius and Philip Epstein. Revised final. 10/5/43
Murata, Takeo
See by Gigantis
Murder by an Aristocrat
Anonymous. c. 1936
Murder in the Clouds
Original screenplay and dialogue by Dore Schary and Roy Chanslor. Final script. 8/21/34
113 Murder in the Death House
Original screenplay by Raymond L. Schrock. Final script. 1/5/42
Murder on the Second Floor
Play by Frank Vosper. Screenplay by Anthony Coldewey. Final script. 12/6/40
Murder on Wheels
By Raymond L. Schrock. Final script. 8/29/42
The Murder Plane
A story of the United States Secret Service, from the files of William H. Moran, Ex-Chief of the U. S. Secret Service. Screenplay by Raymond L. Schrock. Second revised final. 9/19/38
Murder Will Out
Anonymous. n.d.
Murieta
Screenplay by James O'Hanlon. Final script. c. 1965
Murphy, Denis
See by The Sergeant
114 The Music Man
Based on Meredith Wilson's "The Music Man" with his music and lyrics. Book written in collaboration with Franklin Lacey. Screenplay by Marion Hargrove. Final script. 2/3/61
My Blood Runs Cold
Screenplay by John Mantley. Story by John Meredyth Lucas. Final script. 9/21/64
My Dream is Yours
Screenplay by Harry Kurnitz and Dane Lussier. Adaptation by Allen Rivkin and Laura Kerr. Second revised final. 3/12/48
My Fair Lady
Based on musical play as produced on stage by Herman Levin. Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner. Music by Frederick Loewe. From a play by Bernard Shaw "Pygmalion." Screenplay by Alan Jay Lerner. Final script. 6/24/63
My Reputation
From the novel by Clare Jaynes. Screenplay by Catherine Turney. Final script. 10/30/43
115 My Wild Irish Rose
Screenplay by Peter Milne. Final script. 9/11/46
The Mysterious Doctor
Original screenplay by Richard Weil. Final script. 8/5/42
The Mystery of Hunting's End
Screenplay by Sherman L. Loew. Revised final. 10/29/37
Naked and the Dead
Screenplay by Denis Sanders and Terry Sanders. From the novel by NormanMailer. Third revised final. 12/657
Naked Runner
Based on the novel by Francis Clifford. Screenplay by Stanley Mann. Final script. 7/66
Nancy Drew and the "Hidden Staircase"
Original screenplay by Kenneth Gamet. Based on the characters by Carolyn Keene. Final 4/22/39
116 Nancy Drew, Reporter
Original screenplay by Kenneth Gamet. Based on the characters by Carolyn Keene. Final 10/26/38
Nancy Drew, Trouble Shooter
Original screenplay by Kenneth Gamet. Based on characters by Carolyn Keene. Final 1/28/39
Napoleon, Art and Jo
See: Too Much, Too Soon
The Narrow Corner
Dialogue and continuity by Robert R. Presnell. c. 1933
Nash, N. Richard
See: Mara Mara; Helen of Troy
Naughton, Bill
See: All in Good Time
Navy Blues
Screenplay by Jerry Wald and Richard Macaulay. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Lyrics by Al Dubin. Final script. 4/4/41
Nelson, Gene
See: The Cool Ones
Never Too Late
Based upon the stage play by Sumner Arthur Long as produced on the stage by Elliott Martin and Daniel Hollywood. Screenplay by Sumner Arthur Long. Final script. 3/11/65.
New York Confidential
Suggested by the Best Seller by Jack Lait and Lee Mortimer. Original screenplay by Clarence Greene and Russell Rouse. Final script. 5/4/54
117 New York Town
Screen adaptation by Lillie Hayward and Ward Morehouse. c. 1932
Newley, Anthony
See: Stop the World I Want to Get Off
Newman, David
See: Bonnie and Clyde
Nibley, Sloan
See: Carson City; Springfield Rifle
Nichols, Peter
See: Catch Us If You Can
Night and Day
Original screenplay by Charles Hoffman and Leo Townsend. Revised final. 6/12/45
Night Beat
See: "Homicide" Screenplay by William Sackheim. Final script. 6/2/48
The Night Before Christmas
Screenplay by Everett Freeman and Edwin Gilbert. Revised final script. 10/29/41
Night Freight
By Robert E. Kent and Raymond L. Schrock. Final script. 6/26/42
Night Nurse
Screenplay by Oliver H. P. Garrett. Special dialogue by Charles Kenyon. Final script. 3/24/31
118 Night Shift
Anon. Final script. 2/4/43
Night Unto Night
Screenplay by Kathryn Scola. Final script. 9/18/46
Nine Lives are Not Enough
From a novel by Jerome Odlum. Screenplay by Fred Niblo, Jr. Script final. 5/29/41
Niss, Stanley
See: Headquarters: F.B.I.
No Hard Feelings
Screenplay by Kenneth Gamet and Don Ryan. From a story by Frederick Nebel. Final. 8/18/36
No Hard Feelings
Screenplay by M. Coates Webster. Final script. 1/14/41
No, No, Nanette
See: Tea For Two
No, No, Nanette (Sound version)
Anon. Final script. c. 1930.
No Sleep Till Dawn
See: Bombers B-52
No Time for Comedy
Screenplay by Julius and Philip G. Epstein. Final script. 4/24/40
119 No Time for Sergeants
Based on the novel by Mac Hyman. Screenplay by John Lee Mahin. From the play by Ira Levin as presented by Maurice Evans. Final script. 12/31/56
Noble, Hollister
See: Mara, Mara
Nobody Lives Forever
Novel and screenplay by W. R. Burnett. Final script. 8/31/44
None But the Brave
Screenplay by John Twist and Katsuya Susaki. Story by Kikumaru Okuda. Final script. 3/20/64
North, Edmund H.
See: Only the Valiant
North Shore
By Wallace Irwin. Screenplay by Mary C. McCall, Jr. and Peter Milne. Final script. 10/30/34
Not On Your Life
See: Island of Love. Story by Leo Catcher. Screenplay by David R. Schwartz. Final script. 5/25/62
Not On Your Life
By Isabel Dawn and Boyce de Gaw. c. 1935
120 Not Wanted
Screenplay by Larry Nimble and Fred Knobble, Jr. Adapted by Lee Katz. Final script. 4/25/39
Now, Voyager
From a novel by Olive Higgins Prado. Screenplay by Casey Robinson. Final. 3/25/42
Nugent, Frank S.
See: Mister Roberts; Three Leaves of a Shamrock
Nun's Story
From the book by Kathryn C. Hume. Screenplay by Robert Anderson. c. 1958
Nidre, Emil
See: Tea For Two
Objective, Burma
Original screenplay by Allah Bessie. Screenplay by Ranald McDougall and Lester Cole. Revised final. 6/15/44
O'Brien, Liam
See: Young at Heart
O'Brien, Robert
See: Lucky Me; By the Light of the Silvery Moon
Ocean's Eleven
Based on a story by George Clayton Johnson and Jack Golden Russell. Screenplay by Harry Brown and Charles Laterriere. Revised final. 2/9/60
O'Conner, Frank
See: Three Leaves of a Shamrock
Octopus and Miss Smith
From a story by Jerry Gruskin. Screenplay by Everett Freeman and Harry Kurnitz. Revised final. 3/2/49
121 Of Human Bondage
By Catherine Turney. Second revised final. 6/22/44
Office Wife
Screenplay by Charles Kenyon. N. d.
Ogburn, Charlton, Jr.
See: The Marauders
O'Hanlon, James
See: Murieta; Lucky Me; Miracle of Our Lady Fatima; Stop, You're Killing Me; Calamity Jane
Oil for the Lamps of China
By Alice Tisdale Hobart. Screenplay by Laird Doyle. c. 1934
Oklahoma Kid
Original story by Edward Paramore and Wally Klein. Screenplay by Warren Duff. Revised final. 10/10/38
Okuda, Kikumaru
See: None But the Brave
Old Acquaintance
Screenplay by John Van Druten and Edmund Goulding. Final 9/9/42
122 Old Doll's House
Based on a story by Damon Runyon. A screenplay by Warren Duff. Final script. 3/8/34
Old English
Anon. N.d.
Old Maid
Screenplay by Casey Robinson. Revised final. 3/14/39
Old Man and the Sea
Screenplay by Peter Viertel. Continuity final. 8/28/57
Old Man Minick
Adaptation and dialogue by Julien Josephson and Maude T. Howell. Final script. 11/20/31
On Moonlight Bay
Adapted from Penrod Stories by Booth Tarkington. Screenplay by Jack Rose and Melville Shavelson. Final script. 1/3/51
123 On Secret Service
Original screenplay by Anthony Coldwey. Final script. 4/10/36
On the Border
By Lillie Hayward. c. 1929
On Trial
From the play by Elmer L. Rice. Adaptation by Robert Lord and Max Pollack. c. 1928
Once a Doctor
Story by Frank Daugherty and Paul Perez. Screenplay by Robertson White and Ben Grauman Kohn. Final script. 8/15/36
Once and Future King
See: Camelot
One Foot in Heaven
(The Life of a Practical Parson) From the biography of his father by Hartzell Spence. Screenplay by Casey Robinson. Final script. 5/7/41
One Last Fling
Based on the story by Herbert Clyde Lewis. Screenplay by Richard Flournoy. Third revised temp. 1/27/48
124 One Man Woman
Screenplay by Ervin Gelsey and F. Hugh. Herbert. Revised final. 2/9/34
One More Tomorrow
Original screenplay by Crane Wilbur and George Bricker. Final script. 7/20/37
One Night at Susie's (Sound version)
By Frederick Hazlett Brennan. Screenplay by Forrest Halsey and Kathryn Scola. c. 1930
One Way Passage
Story by Robert Lord. Screenplay by Wilson Mizner and Joseph Jackson. Final. 5/3/32
O'Neal, Charles
See: Johnny Trouble
Onionhead
From the novel by Weldon Hill. Screenplay by Nelson Gidding. Final script. 9/11/57
Only the Valiant
From the novel by Charles Marquis Warren. Screenplay by Edmund H. North and Harry Brown. Final script. 3/23/50
125 On Your Toes
Screenplay by Jerry Wald and Richard Macaulay. From the play Richard Rodgers and Larry Hart. Final. 5/5/39
The Open Verdict
Screenplay by Barre Lyndon and Peter Milne from an original story "The Big Bow Mystery" by Israel Zangwill. Revised final. 9/18/45
Operation Pacific
Screenplay by George Waggner. Final. 8/25/50
Ormande, Czenzi
See: Strangers On a Train
Osborn, David
See: The Scent of Danger
Osborn, Paul
See: East of Eden; Sayonara
Osborne, John
See: Look Back in Anger
Othello
By William Shakespeare. Release script. c. 1965
Other Men's Wives (Sound Version)
By Walter Hackett. Screenplay by Forrest Halsey. c. 1929
The Other Tomorrow
By Octavus Roy Cohen. Screenplay by Fred Myton. Dialogue by James A. Starr. c. 1929
Our Miss Brooks
Based on the CBS Television program series on "Our Miss Brooks". From our idea by Robert Mann. Screenplay by Al Lewis and Joseph Quillan. Final script. 7/20/55
126 The Out-of-Towners
See: "Dear Heart". Screenplay by Tad Mosel from his own story. Final. 8/6/63
Outward Bound
By Sutton Vane. Screenplay by J. Grubb Alexander. c. 1930
Outward Bound
Screenplay by Daniel Fuchs. Final script. 10/1/43
Painting the Clouds With Sunshine
Screenplay by Harry Clork, Roland Kibbee, and Peter Milne. From a play by Avery Hopwood. Final script. 1/29/51
The Pajama Game
Screenplay by George Abbott and Richard Bissell. Based upon the play "The Pajama Game". Book by George Abbott and Richard Bissell. From Richard Bissell's novel "7 ½ Cents". c. 1957
127 Palm Springs Weekend
Written by Earl Hamner, Jr. Final. 2/7/63
Parachute
From Riam James' novel. Screenplay by John Francis Larkin. Second revised final. 9/18/32
Paris (Sound version)
By Martin Brown. Screen version by Hope Loring. c. 1929
Paris Does Strange Things (English dialogue script)
Story, screenplay and direction by Jean Renoir. c. 1957
Parrish
Screenplay by Delmer Daves. Based on the novel by Mildred Savage. Revised final. 2/10/60
Parsons, E. M.
See: Tiger in the Night
Party Husband
By Geoffrey Barnes. Adaptation and dialogue by Charles Kenyon. Final script. 12/27/30
128 Passage from Hong Kong
From the story " The Agony Colum" by Earl Derr Biggers. Screenplay by Fred Niblo, Jr. Final. 3/14/41
Passage To Marseille
Screenplay by Casey Robinson. Third revision final. 7/19/43
Passionate Sonata
By Wilson Collison. Screenplay by Harvey Thew. Final script. 3/14/31
The Password to Larkspur Lane
A "Nancy Drew" Mystery by Carolyn Keene. Screenplay by Kenneth Gamet. Final. 8/20/38
The Patient in Room Eighteen
Screenplay by Robertson White and Eugene Solow. From the novel by Mignon Eberhart. Final. 8/23/37
Pearce, Donn
See: Cool Hand Luke
Pearson, William
See: A Fever in the Blood
Penny Arcade
By George Rosener and Harvey Thew. Final script. c. 1930
129 Penrod and Sam
Story by Booth Tarkington. Screenplay by Lillie Hayward and Hugh Cummings. Final. N.d.
Penrod and Sam
From the stories by Booth Tarkington. Screenplay and dialogue by Waldemar Young. Temp. shooting script. 4/22/31
Penrod Stories
See: On the Moonlight Bay
Penrod's Double Trouble
Original story by Ernest Booth. Screenplay by Crane Wilbur. Revised final. 12/8/37
The Perfect Specimen
Anon. Final script. 5/11/37
Perfect Strangers
Screenplay by Edith Sommer. Adaptation by George Oppenheimer. Based on a stage play by Charles MacArthur and Ben Hecht from a drama by L. Bush-Fekete. Revised final. 6/21/49
A Perfect Week-End
Screenplay by Warren Duff and Seton I. Miller. Final. 7/6/34
Perkins, Kenneth
See: Riding Shotgun
130 Pete Kelly's Blues
Screenplay by Richard L. Breen. Final shooting script. 3/14/55
Petracca, Joseph
See: Guns of the Timberlands
Petulia
Screenplay by Larry Marcus. Based on a novel by John Haase. Adaptation by Barbara Turner. Final. 3/30/67
The Phantom Ape
See: Phantom of the Rue Morgue. Screenplay by Harold Medford and James Webb. Revised final script. 8/18/53
Phantom of the Rue Morgue
See: The Phantom Ape
The Philadelphian
From the novel "The Philadelphian" by Richard Powell. Screenplay by James Gunn. Final script. 9/18/58
Philo Vance Comes Back
See: Valling Philo Vance. Story by S.S. Van Dine. Screenplay by Tom Reed. Revised final. 7/26/39
Pick Up on Dope Street
See: "Stake Out on Dope Street". Written by Irwin Schwartz, Irvin Kershner, and Andrew J. Fenady. c. 1957. (Final script)
Pierson, Frank R.
See: Cool Hand Luke
Pillar to Post
Screenplay by Charles Hoffman. Final script. 8/3/44
Pink, Sidney W.
See: The Valley of the Swords
131 Playing Around
From "Sheba" a short story by Vina Delmar. Screenplay by Harvey Thew and Humphrey Pearson. c. 1929
Plunder of the Sun
Based on the novel by David Dodge. Screenplay by Jonathan Latimer. Revised final. 10/25/52
Poggi, Ottavio
See: Hannibal
Polo Joe
Screenplay by Peter Milne and Hugh Cummings. Revised final. 5/28/36
The Polo Express Rider
Screenplay by Roy Chanslor and Harold Buckley. Final script. 6/10/36
Poor Little Ritz Girl
Anon. c. 1931
Portrait of a Mobster
Based on a novel by Harry Grey. Story and screenplay by Howard Brown. Final. 11/9/60
Powell, Richard
See: The Philadelphian
Prairie Thunder
Original screenplay by Ed Earl Repp. Final script. 5/25/37
Pratt, Theodore
See: Mr. Limpet
Preminger, Otto
See: Critic's Choice
Presnell, Robert, Jr.
See: The Third Day
132 Pretty Baby
From a story by Jules Furthman and John Klorer. Screenplay by Everett Freeman and Harry Kurnitz. Final. 11/25/49
The Prince and the Pauper
By Mark Twain. Screenplay by Laird Doyle. Final. 11/3/36
Princess O'Rourke
Original screenplay by Norman Krasna. Final script. 6/24/42
Prison Farm
Original story by Abem Finkel and Maj. Harold Buckley. Screenplay by Dalton Trumbo. Final script. c. 1935
"Prisoners are People"
See: "Unchained"
Private Detective
Screenplay by Rian James. Final script. 1/18/33
The Private Navy of Sgt, O'Farrell
Screenplay by Frank Tashlin. United Artists. Continuity script. 1968. Quarto, mimeographed sheets. Story by John L. Green and Robert M. Fresco. 
The Prize
No screen credits listed in this version. MGM. American instruction list. August 13, 1969. Re-issue. The film adaptation of Irving Wallace's novel.
The Projected Man
Screenplay by J. C. Cooper and Peter Bryan. Compton Films. Release script. UK version. 1966. Legal size, mimeographed sheets.
Prosperi, Giorgio
See: The Naked Maja
Prosperi, Giorgio
The Naked Maja. Screenplay by Norman Corwin and Giorgio Prosperi. Original story by Oscar Saul and Talbot Jennings. United Artists. Dialogue cutting continuity. March 1959. Quarto, mimeographed sheets in printed folder. 
PT109
From the book by Robert J. Donovan. Adaptation by Howard Sheehan and Vincent X. Flaherty. Screenplay by Richard L. Breen. Third revised final. 6/15/62
133 Pursued
Original screenplay by Niven Busch. Revised final. 8/8/46
Public Enemy's Wife
By Abem Finkel and Harold Buckley. c. 1936
Public Wedding
Screenplay by Roy Chanslor. From the story by Houston Branch. Final script. 1/13/37
"Pygmalion"
See: My Fair Lady
Quillan, Joseph
See: Our Miss Brooks
134 Rachel Cade
Screenplay by Edward Anhalt. From the novel by Charles Mercer. Final script. 8/20/59
Racing Luck
Story and screenplay by Tristam Tupper. Revisions by Dore Schary. Final script. 9/26/34
Racket Busters
Original story by Robert Rossen and Leonardo Bercovici. Screenplay by Warren Duff and Robert Rossen. Final script. 4/14/38
Rackin, Martin
See: Buffalo Grass; The Big Land; The Darkest Hour; Distant Drums; The Deep Six; The Enforcer; Santiago.
Rampage 
Formerly "The Enchantress". Screenplay by Robert I. Holt. Based on a screenplay by Marguerite Roberts. Adapted from the novel by Alan Caillou. Final script. 8/22/62
Rankin, William M.
See: Sulu Sea
Raphaelson, Samson
See: The Jazz Singer
Raton Pass
Screenplay by Tom W. Blackburn and James Webb. From a novel by Tom W. Blackburn. Revised final. 7/7/50
Rattington, Terence
See: The Sleeping Prince
Raucher, Herman
See: Sweet November
Ravetch, Irving
See: The Dark at the Top of the Stairs
Ray, Nicholas
See: Rebel Without a Cause
Ready, Willing, and Able
Anon. Revised final. 9/17/36
The Real McCoy
Anon. Final script. 6/4/35
135 Rear Guard
See: "The Command". Screenplay by Russell Hughes. Adaptation by Samuel Fuller. From a Saturday Evening Post novel by James Warner Bellah. Revised final. 7/30/53
Rebel Without a Cause
Screenplay by Stewart Stern. Adaptation by Irving Shulman. From a story by Nicholas Ray. Final script. c. 1955
The Reckless Hour
From the play "Ambush" by Arthur Richman. Screen adaptation by Florence Ryerson. Revised final script. 2/28/31
Red Hot Sinners
Anon. c. 1931
Red Meat
Story and continuity by Charles Kenyon and Sidney Sutherland. Dialogue by Charles Kenyon. Final script. 6/13/33
Reflections In a Golden Eye
Screenplay by Chapman Mortimer, Gladys Hill, and John Huston. Based on a novel by Carson McCullers. c. 1966
136 Reform School
Story by Islin Austir. Screenplay by Edward Chodorov. Final script. 1/18/33
Registered Nurse
Screenplay by Lillie Hayward and Peter Milne. Final script. 12/9/33
Reinhardt, Max
See: The Miracle
Remember Tomorrow
Screenplay by Marion Parsonnet. Revised final. 8/29/41
Renoir, Jean
See: Paris Does Strange Things
Resnik, Muriel
See: Any Wednesday
Retreat, Hell!
Screenplay by Milton Sperling and Ted Sherdeman. Story and production by Milton Sperling. Final. 9/11/51
Return From Limbo
Screenplay by Horace Jackson. From the story by A.H.V. Carr. Final script. 8/7/37
Return of Dr. X
Original story by William Makin. Screenplay by Lee Katz. Revised final. 5/20/39
Return of Miss Pinkerton
Story by Mary Roberts Rinehart. Screenplay by Anthony Coldewey. Final. 1/29/41
Return of the Frontiersman
Screenplay by Edna Anhalt. Revised final. 4/14/49
Revolt
Story by Mary C. McCall, Jr. Screen adaptation by Niven Busch and Erwin Gelsey. Final script. 5/3/32
Reynolds, Sheldon
See: The Assignment
137 Rhapsody In Blue
Screenplay by Howard Koch and Elliott Paul. Based on Original Screenplay by Sonya Levien. c. 1945
The Rich Are Always With Us
Screenplay by Austin Parker. Final script. 1/12/32
Ride Him, Cowboy!
By Kenneth Perkins. Screenplay by Scott Mason. c. 1932
138 Riding Shotgun
Screenplay by Tom Blackburn. From a story by Kenneth Perkins. 2/25/53
Riesner, Dean
See: The Jazz Age; Temple Houston
The Right to Live
Based on a play by W. Somerset Maugham. Screenplay by Ralph Block. Final script. 9/20/34
Ring of Fear
Written by Paul Fix, Philip MacDonald, and James Edward Grant. Supplemental script. 2/22/54
Rio Bravo
Screenplay by Jules Furthman and Leigh Brackett. From a short story by B.H. McCampbell. Final. 2/26/56
"The Rising of the Moon"
See: Three Leaves of a Shamrock
The River Changes
By Owen Crump. Final. 6/5/54
River's End
Anon. Final. 5/4/40
139 The Roar of the Crowd
Adaptation and dialogue. Seton I. Miller and Niven Busch, Jr. Temporary. 11/13/31
The Roaring Road
Screenplay by Sig Herzig and Wally Klein. Revisions by Norman Reilly Raine. Final. 12/5/39
The Roaring '20's
See: "The World Moves On". Story (The World Moves On) by Mark Hellinger. Screenplay by Jerry Wald, Richard Macaulay, Robert Rossen. Revised final. 10/28/39
Roberts, Ben
See: Band of Angels; Serenade; Goodbye, My Francy; Come Fill the Cup
Roberts, Marguerite
See: Rampage
Roberts, Stanley
See: The Story of Will Rogers
Robin and the 7 Hoods
Screenplay by David Schwartz. Final. 10/15/63
The Rock Bottom
Story by Gina Kaus. Screenplay by Martin Rackin. Revised final. 10/11/49
Rocky Mountain
See: "Ghost Mountain". Story by Alan LeMay and Winston Miller. Revised final. 6/6/50
Rogers, Mrs. Will
See: The Story of Will Rogers
Rolfe, Sam
See: The McConnell Story; Target Zero; Bombers B-52
140 Romance in a Glass House
Story by Julius J. Epstein and Jerry Wald. Screenplay by Julius J. Epstein, Jerry Wald, and Robert Andrews. Final. 6/25/35
Romance in High C
See: "Romance in the High Seas". Screenplay by Philip G. and Julius J. Epstein and I. A. L. Dialmond. Revised final. 5/14/47
Rome Adventure
See: Lovers Must Learn
Room For One More
Screenplay by Jack Rose and Melville Shavelson. Final. 8/1/51
Rope
See: "Rope's End". Story by Patrick Hamilton. Screenplay by Arthur Laurents. Final. 12/16/47
Rose, Jack
See: Alma Mater; On the Moonlight Bay; I'll See You in My Dreams; Room For One More; April in Paris
Rose, John, C.
See: Mr. Limpet
Rose, Victor C.
See: Accidents Will Happen
Rough Waters
By James A. Star. Dialogue by Brown Holmes. N.d. 
Roughly Speaking
Book and screenplay by Louise Randall Pierson. Revised final. 4/19/44
Rouse, Russell
See: New York Confidential
Rowland, William
See: All God's Children
Rubin, Mann
See: An American Dream; Brainstorm
The Ruling Passion
See: The Millionaire. By Earl Derr Biggers. Dialogue by Booth Tarkington. Final script. 12/24/30
Runyon, Damon
See: Stop, You're Killing Me
Russell, Jack Golden
See: Ocean's Eleven
141 Safe in Hell
By Houston Branch. Adaptation by Joseph Jackson and Maude Fulton. Dialogue by Maude Fulton. Revised final. 6/20/31
Salkowitz, Sy
See: Tiger in the Night
Sally
From the musical comedy by Guy Bolton. Screenplay by Waldemar Young. Final. 1929
Samar
Screenplay by Ferde Grofe and George Montgomery. N.d.
Samuels, Lesser
See: The Silver Chalice
San Antonio
Original screenplay by Alan LeMay and W. R. Burnett. Revised final. 8/26/41
San Francisco Story
From the novel "Vigilante!" by Richard Summers. Final revised. N.d.
San Quentin
Story by Robert Tasker and John Bright. Screenplay by Humphrey Gobb and Peter Milne. Final. c. 1937
142 San Quentin Story
Based on the book of the same name by Clinton T. Duffy and Dean Jennings. Story by Bermann Swarttz and Walter Doniger. Screenplay by Walter Doniger. 12/29/53
Sanders, Denis and Terry
See: The Naked and the Dead
Sandoz, Mari
See: The Long Flight
Santa Fe Trail
Original screenplay by Robert Buckner. Revised final. 7/2/40
Santiago
Screenplay by Martin Rackin and John Twist. Final. 11/5/55
The Sap
Continuity by Robert Lord. Final. 1/14/29
Saratoga Trunk
Screenplay by Casey Robinson. Second revised final. 3/2/43
Saul, Oscar
See: The Jazz Age
Savage, Mildred
See: Parrish
Sawdust
Screenplay by Bert Kalmer and Harry Ruby. Final. 2/1/34
Sayonara
From the novel by James Michner. Screenplay by Raul Osborn. Second revised final. 12/20/56
143 Scarlet Pages
See: "Woman at the Bar". By John B. Hymer and Samuel Shipman. Scenario by Walter Anthony. Screen treatment and dialogue by Maude Fulton. 3/28/30
The Scent of Danger (working title)
See: "Malaga". From the book by Donald Mackenzie. Screenplay by David Osborn. 3/25/59
Schary, Dore
See: Act One; A Majority of One; Sunrise at Campobello
Schenck, Aubrey
See: Born Reckless
Schnee, Charles
See: The Crowded Sky
Schulberg, Budd
See: Across the Everglades; A Face in the Crowd
Schwartz, David R. 
See: The Bobo; Robin and the 7 Hoods; Sex and the Single Girl; Not on Your Life
Scott, Allan
See: Melville Goodwin, U.S.A
Scott, Sir Walter
See: The Talisman
The Sea Chase
From the novel by Andrew Geer. Screenplay by James Warner Bellah and John Twist. Final. 9/27/54
The Sea Hawk
Screenplay by Seton I. Miller and Howard Koch. Second final revision. 1/30/40
The Sea Wolf
Based on the novel by Jack London. Screenplay by Robert Rossen. Final. 10/22/40
The Searchers
Revised final. Screenplay by Frank Nugent. N.d.
Searls, Hank
See: The Crowded Sky; Moonshot
144 Second Choice
By E. Alexander. Adaptation and dialogue by Joseph Jackson. N.d.
The Secret
Screenplay by Silvia Richards. Ranald MacDougal. Revised final. 6/5/46
Secret Enemies
Based on original story by Seton I. Miller. Screenplay by Raymond L. Schrock. Final. 5/19/42
Secrets of an Actress
See: "Lovely Lady". Screenplay by Milton Krims and Julius Epstein. Final. 2/5/38
See Naples and Die
From the play by Elmer Rice. Adaptation and dialogue by Joseph Jackson. Songs by Al Dubin and Joe Burke. Final script. N.d.
The Sentence
Based on the play "The Mouthpiece" by Frank J. Collins. Screenplay by Walter DeLeon and Tom Reed. Revised final. 4/18/40
145 The Sentence (1946)
Screenplay by Richard Nash and Ranald MacDougall. Final. 1/5/46
Serenade
Based on the novel by James M. Cain. Screenplay by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts. Final. 8/19/55
The Sergeant
Novel and screenplay by Denis Murphy. Estimating script. 5/8/67
Sergeant York
Screenplay by Abem Finkel, Harry Chandlee, John Huston, Howard Koch. Revised final. 1/31/41
Sergent Murphy
See: "Golden Girl". Screenplay by Abem Finkel and William Jacobs. Final. 6/12/37
Seto, Javier
See: The Valley of the Swords
"7 ½"
See: The Pajama Game
Seven Men From Now
Original story and screen play by Burt Kennedy. Final. 9/15/55
Sex and the Single Girl
Screenplay by Joseph Heller and David R. Story by Joseph Hoffman. Based on the book by Helen Gurlty Brown. Revised final. 10/28/63
146 Shadow of their Wings
By Byron Morgan and B.H. Orkow. Additional dialogue by Richard Macaulay. Final. 1/3/42
Shadow of a Woman
From the novel "He Fell Down Dead" by Virginia Perdue. Screenplay by Whitman Chambers and Graham Baker. Revised final. 2/8/45
The Shake Down
By Robert N. Lee and Eugene Solow. Revised by Rian James. Revised final. 8/23/33
Shapiro, Stanley
See: Sulu Sea
Shavelson, Melville
See: April in Paris; Alma Mater; I'll See You in My Dreams; On Moonlight Bay; Room For One More
Shaw, George Bernard
See: Great Catherine
She Couldn't Say No
By Ben Kaye. Screenplay by Harvey Thew. Dialogue by Arthur Caesar. N.d.
She Couldn't Say No
Anon. Final. 10/5/40
She Had To Say Yes
Anon. Final. 12/7/32
147 She Means Business
Adaptation by Robert Lord and Houston Branch. Additional dailogue by J. S. Perelman. Final script. 9/16/31
She Stayed Kissed
Screenplay by Kenneth Gamet. Revised final. 11/27/40
Sheehan, Howard
See: PT109
Sher, Jack
See: Critic's Choice
Sherdeman, Ted
See: Breakthrough; The Eddie Cantor Story; Retreat, Hello!; The McConnell Story; Them!; The Big League
The Sheriff Was Scared
See: The Boy From Oklahoma
Sherman, Teddi
See: Four For Texas
She's Back on Broadway
See: Back to Broadway
She's Working Her Way Through College
See: "Male Animal". Screenplay by Peter Milne. Final script. 8/25/51
S-H-H-H The Octopus
Based on a play by Ralph Murphy and Donald Gallaher. Final script. 6/25/37
Shine On Harvest Moon
Screenplay by Richard Weil and Sam Hellman. Additional dialogue by James Kern and Francis Swann. Revised final. 7/8/43
148 Shoot-out at Medicine Bend
Screenplay by John Tucker Battle and P.D. Beauchamp. Final script. 10/25/56
Show Girl in Hollywood
By J. P. McEvoy. Screenplay and dialogue by Harvey Thew. Final script. 10/1/30
The Shrinking Violet
Original story and screenplay by George Bricker. Revised final. 6/25/36
Shulman, Irving
See: Rebel Without a Cause
The Shuttered Room
Screenplay by Alexander Jacobs and Nathaniel Tanchuck. Final script. 3/66
Side Show
By William K. Wells. Final script. 3/23/31
The Silk Express
Story by Houston Branch. Screenplay by Houston Branch and Ben Markson. Final script. 1/4/33
149 The Silver Chalice
Screenplay by Lesser Samuels. Revised final. 4/26/54
Silver Dollar
Story by David Karsner. Screenplay by Harvey Thew and Carl Erickson. Final script. 7/23/32
Silver Lining
From a story by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby. Screenplay by Phoebe and Henry Ephron and Marian Spitzer. Final script. 3/31/48
Silver River
Screenplay by Stephen Longstreet. Final script. 4/17/47
Sin Flood
From the play by Henning Berger. Screen play by Bradley King. Final script. 1/7/30
Sincerely Yours
See: "Man Who Played God". By Irving Wallace. Final. 5/28/55
Singapore
Original story by Laird Doyle. Screenplay by M. Coates Webster and Allen Rivkin. Revised final. 12/24/40
150 The Singer Not the Song
From the novel by Audrey Erskine Lindop. Screen play Nigel Balchin. Export script. 9/21/61
The Singing Kid
By Robert Lord. Screenplay by Warren Duff and Patsy Flick. Revised final. 11/4/35
The Singing Marine
Screenplay by Delmar Daves. Revised final. 1/15/37
The Sisters
From the novel by Myron Brining. Screenplay by Milton Krims. Revised final. 6/4/38
Sit Tight
Anon. c. 1931
Six Day Bicycle Race
Story and screenplay by Earl Baldwin. Final script. 7/6/34
151 Skin Deep
Continuity by Gordon Rigby. Final. 1/18/29
Skolsky, Sidney
See: The Eddie Cantor Story
The Sleeping Prince
Screenplay and play by Terence Rattington. Final script. 6/11/56
Slesar, Henry
See: Two On A Guillotine
A Slight Case Of Murder
Anon. Final script. 10/13/37
Slim
Novel and screenplay by William Wister Haines. Revised final. 11/21/36
Smart Money
Screenplay by David Lang. Revised final. 4/2/48
Smashing the Money Ring
From the files of William H. Moran ex-chief of U.S. Secret service. Screenplay by Lee Katz and Dean Franklin. Final. 11/23/38
152 Smiling Ghost
Screenplay by Kenneth Gamet. Final script. 3/26/41
Smith, Harold Jacob
See: Typee
Snowed Under
Anon. Revised final. 11/29/35
So Big
From the novel by Edna Ferber. Screenplay and dialogue by J. Grubb Alexander. Final. 12/22/31
So Big
Screenplay by John Twist. Revised final. 2/13/53
So Long Letty
Screenplay and dialogue by Robert Lord and Arthur Caesar. 5/29
So This Is Love
See: The Grace Moore Story
Social Pirates
By Edward Kaufman and Sy Bartlet. Added dialogue by Ben Markson. Revsed final. 3/8/35
153 Somewhere in the City
From a story by Larry Marcus. Screenplay by Larry Marcus, Ivan Goff, and Ben Roberts. Revised final. 7/31/48
Son of the Gods
See: "Son of a Sailor". Anon. Final script. 8/15/33
Son of the Gods
Anon. N.d. Final script. 
Sondheim, Stephen
See: Gypsy
Song of the Flame
By Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein, 2nd. Music by George Gershwin and Herbert Stothalt. Screenplay and dialogue by Gordon Rigby. Revised 10/24/29
Somewhere in the City
From a story by Larry Marcus. Screenplay by Larry Marcus, Ivan Goff, and Ben Roberts. Revised final. 7/31/48
Sons O' Guns
Anon. Revised final. 1/13/36
South of Sonora
By Will Levington Comfort. Adaptation by Joe Roach. Final script. 11/5/32
154 South of St. Louis
See: "Distant Drums". Screenplay by Zachary Gold and James R. Webb. Revised final. 5/24/48
South of Suez
See: "Gentlemen From Kemberly". Screenplay by Barry Trivers. Revised final. 9/3/40
Special Agent
Anon. Final script. 6/8/35
Spelling, Aaron
See: Guns of the Timberlands
Spencer's Mountain
Based on the novel by Earl Hamner, Jr. Screenplay by Delmar Daves. Final script. 6/11/62
Spent Bullets
From Liberty Magazine serial "Nikki and Her War Birds" by John Monk Saunders. Continuity by Byron Morgan. Final. 4/6/31
Sperling, Milton
See: The Bramble Bush; The Marauders; Retreat, Hell!; The Life and Death of Legs Diamond; Battle of the Bulge; The Court Martial of Billy Mitchell
Spigelglass, Leonard
See: Gypsy; A Majority of One
The Spirit of St. Louis
Based on a book by Charles A. Lindbergh. Adaptation by Charles Lederer. Screenplay by Billy Wilder and Wendell Mayes. Final. 1/8/57
155 Splendor in the Grass
By William Inge. Final script. 5/11/61
Spring is Here
Based on the play by Owen Davis. Adaptation and dialogue by James A. Starr. Revised final. c. 1930
Springfield Rifle
From a story by Sloan Nibley. Screenplay by Charles Marquis Warren and Frank Davis. Final script. 4/17/52
Stage Struck
Anon. Revised final. 2/29/36
Stallion Road
Novel and screenplay by Stephen Longstreet. Revised final. 3/28/46
A Star is Born
Musical screenplay by Moss Hart. Final script. 10/7/53
156 Starlift
From a story by John Klorer. Screenplay by John Klorer and Karl Kamb. Final script. 5/8/51
Stars Over Broadway
Story by Mildred Cram. Screenplay by Jerry Wald and Julius Epstein. Final script. c. 1935
The State Cop
Anon. Final script. 8/5/39
Steel Highway
Adapted by Maude Fulton. Final script. N.d.
The Steel Hook
Screenplay by Ferde Grofe, Jr., Marvin Wald, and George Montgomery. Final script. 2/13/61
The Steel Jungle
See: I Died a Thousand Times
Stein, Daniel Michael
See: Wall of Noise
Steinbeck, John
See: East of Eden
Stern, Leonard
See: The Jazz Singer
Stern, Stewart, Stern
See: The James Dean Story; Rebel Without a Cause
Stevens, Leslie
See: The Left Handed Gun
Stevens, Roger
See: Mary, Mary
Stolen Life
Screenplay by Catherine Turney. From an adaptation by Margaret Buell Wilder. Revised final. 1/23/45
Stone, Andrew
See: The Two Million Dollar Bank Robbery
157 Stop the World I Want to Get Off
Based on a play by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley. Final script. c. 1966
Stop, You're Killing Me
Based on a play by Damon Runyon and Howard Lindsay. Screenplay by James O'Hanlon. Final. 6/17/52
Storm Center
Written by Daniel Fuchs and Richard Brooks. Revised script. 11/30/49
The Story of Mankind
Based on the book by Hendrick van Looh. Screenplay by Irwin Allen and Charles Bennett. Final script. 7/10/57
The Story of Will Rogers
Based on the Saturday Evening Post story "Uncle Clem's Boy" by Mrs. Will Rogers. Adaptation by John C. Moffit. Screenplay by Frank Davis and Stanley Roberts. Final script. 1/19/52
Stranded
Story by Frank Weade and Ferdinand Reyher. Screenplay by Delmar Daves. Revised final. 3/9/35
158 Strange Alibi
Screenplay by Kenneth Gamet. Revised final. 1/8/41
Strange Lady in Town
Original story and screenplay by Frank Butler. Final script. 8/3/54
Strangers in Our Midst
From a play by Robert Sherwood. Adaptation by Marvin Barowsky. Screenplay by Thomas Job. Revised final. 4/29/44
Strangers on a Train
From the novel by Patricia Highsmith. Adaptation by Witfield Cook. Screenplay by Raymond Chandler and Czenzi Ormande. Final script. 10/18/50
Strawberry Blonde
Screenplay by Julius and Philip Epstein. Final. 10/15/40
Street, James
See: Good-Bye, My Lady
Street of Women
Screen treatment by Mary C. McCall, Jr. Adaptation by Charles Kenyon. Final script. 2/23/32
159 A Streetcar Named Desire
Play and screenplay by Tennessee Williams. Adaptation by Oscar Saul. Final. 8/8/51
Stuart, Grant
See: The Chapman Report
Stubblefield, Sally
See: Greeneyes
Stuff Of Heroes
Screenplay by Ben Markson. Rewrite by Kenneth Gamet. Revised final. 11/5/40
Styne, Jule
See: Gypsy
Submarine S-262
 Screenplay by Frank Wead. Final script. 6/11/37
A Successful Calamity
Adaptation and dialogue by Maude Howell, Julian Josephson, Austin Parker. 2/17/32
Sugarfoot
From the novel by Clarence Budington Kelland. Screenplay by Russell Huges. Revised by Saul Elkins. Final. 1/24/50
Sulu Sea
From a play by Willaim M. Rankin. Adaptation by Earl Baldwin and Stanley Shapiro. Screenplay by Edwin Blum. Final script. 12/20/52
160 A Summer Place
From the novel by Sloan Wilson. Screenplay by Delmar Daves. Final script. 2/16/59
Sunburst Kid
Screenplay by Edna Anhalt. Final script. 2/20/48
The Sundowners
Screenplay by Isobel Lennart. From the novel by Jon Cleary. Final script. 8/25/59
Sunny
By Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein, 2nd, and Jerome Kern. Screenplay by Humphrey Pearson and Henry McCarty. Revised final. 7/3/30
Sunrise at Campobello
Play and screenplay by Dore Schary. Final script. 4/11/60
Susaki, Katsuya
See: None But the Brave
Susan Slade
Based on the novel by Doris Hume. Screenplay by Delmar Daves. Final script. 10/24/60
161 Svengali
From the novel "Tribly" by George Du Maurier. Screenplay by J. G. Alexander. Final. N.d.
Swarttz, Bermann
See: The San Quentin Story
Sweepstakes Winner
From a story by Albert DeMond and Hugh Cummings. Screenplay by John Kraft. Final 12/15/38
Sweet Adeline
Musical play by Oscar Hammerstein, 2nd, and Jerome Kern. Screenplay by Erwin S. Gelsey. Revised final. 8/27/34
Sweet Aloes
From the play by Jay Mallory. Screenplay by Casey Robinson. Final script. 4/24/36
Sweet Mama
Screenplay and dialogue by Earl Baldwin. Script revised. 1/24/30
Sweet Music
Anon. Final script. N.d.
162 Sweet November
Written by Herman Raucher. Final script. 3/8/67
Swing Your Lady
Screenplay by Joseph Schrank and Maurice Leo. Final. 8/25/37
The System
Based on a story by Edith and Samuel Grafton. Screenplay by Jo Eisinger. Final. 11/4/52
Talent Scout
Anon. Final. N.d.
The Talisman
Screenplay by John Twist. From the novel by Sir Walter Scott. Revised final. 12/4/53
Tall Man Riding
From the novel by Norman A. Fox. Screenplay by Joseph Hoffman. Revised final. 6/10/54
Tall Story
Based on the stage play by Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse. Screenplay by Julius J. Epstein. Revised final. 7/29/59
Tanchuck, Nathaniel
See: The Shuttered Room
The Tanks Are Coming
Screenplay by Robert Hardy Andrews. Revised final. 5/24/51
163 Target for Tonight
By Harry Watt. Final script. 2/28/41
Target Zero
Screenplay by Sam Rolfe. Final. 8/20/54
Tarkington, Booth
See: On Moonlight Bay
Tarloff, Frank
See: The Double Man
Task Force
Screenplay by Delmar Daves and Ranald MacDougal. Final script. 10/22/48
Taxi, Please
Based on a play by Kubec Glasmon and John Bright. Final. 9/14/31
Taylor, Eric
See: Big Jim McLain
Tea For Two
Screenplay by Harry Clark. Suggested by the play "No, No, Nanette" by Frank Mandel, Otto Harbach, Vincent Youmans, and Emil Nyitray. Final script. 3/17/50
Telasich, Mirco
See: Hannibal
Temple Houston
See: "The Man from Galeveston". From a magazine story by Philip Lonergan. Screenplay by Dean Riesner and Michael Zagor. Second revised final. 3/7/63
The Tenderfoot
Adaptation by Earl Baldwin and Monty Banks. Additional dialogue by Arthur Caesar. 2/9/32
Terhune, Albert Payson
See: Lad: A Dog
164 Term of Trial
Screenplay by Peter Glenville. Based on a novel by James Barlow. Final script. 11/17/61
Thank Your Lucky Stars
Screenplay by Norman Panama and Melvin Frank. Final. 10/14/42
That Certain Woman
By Edmund Goulding. Final script. 3/18/37
Theatre Guild
See: A Majority of One
Them!
Screenplay by Ted Sherdman and Russel Hughs. Final script. 9/4/53
There's Millions in It
Screenplay by William Jacobs. Final script. 3/19/36
They Call It Sin
By Alberta Stedman Eagan. Screenplay by Howard J. Green and Lillie Hayward. Final script. 6/3/32
165 They Died with Their Boots On
Based on the career of George Armstrong Custer. Screenplay by Wally Klino and Arneas MacKenzie. Final script. 6/17/41
They Drive By Night
Screenplay by Jerry Wald and Richard Macaulay. From the novel by A.I. Bezzerides. 4/22/40
They Made Me a Criminal
Screenplay by Sig Herzig. Final script. 7/27/38
The Third Day
Screenplay by Burton Wohl and Robert Presnell, Jr. Based on the novel by Joseph Hayes. Revised final. 12/15/64
Thirty
Screenplay by William Bowers. Final script. 6/12/59
Thirty Days Hath September
Screenplay by Ben Markson and Charles Grayson. From the play by Irving Gaumont and Jack Sobel. Revised final. 12/23/40
166 This is the Army
By Irving Berlin. Second revised final. 3/1/48
This Love of Ours
From the biography of Roger Butterfield. Screenplay by Albert Maltz. Final. 10/24/44
This Man Reuter
Screenplay by Milton Krims. Story by Valentine Williams. Final script. 4/16/40
This Rebel Breed
See: All God's Children
This Woman is Dangerous
Screenplay by Geoffrey Homes and George Worthing Yates. Revised final. 10/4/51
Those Who Dance
See: "His Woman". By George Kibbe Turner. Adaptation and dialogue by Joseph Jackson. N.d.
Those Who Dance
See: "Three Flights Up". Story by Harry Fried. Screenplay and dialogue by Gordon Rigby and Joseph A. Jackson. 1/30/30
The Threat
Screenplay by Jo Helms. Revised script. 8/26/59
167 Three Cheers For the Irish
Screenplay by Jerry Wald and Richard Macaulay. Revised final. 12/12/39
Three Faces East
From the play by Anthony Paul Kelly. Adaptation, screenplay and dialogue by Oliver P. Garret. c. 1930
Three For Bedroom C
Screenplay by Milton Bren. Based on the novel by Goddard Lieberson. 3/19/52
Three Girls On Broadway
Screenplay by Don Ryan and Kenneth Gamet. Final script. 5/7/38
Three In Eden
From an idea by Somerset Maugham. Screenplay by Robert Andrews and William Jacobs. Final script. 6/10/36
Three Leaves of a Shamrock
Including: The majesty of the law after the short story by Frank O'Conner. Inspired by Lady Gregory's play "The Rising Of the Moon", "A Minute's Wait" from the comedy by Martin J. McHugh. Screenplay by Frank S. Nugent. 4/2/56
168 Three Men on a Horse
Anon. Final script. 7/17/36
Three on a Match
Story and dialogue by Kubec Glasmon and John Bright. Revised final. 5/28/32
Three Sailors and a Girl
Screenplay by Roland Kibbee. Revised final. 1/29/53
Three Strangers
Story and screenplay by John Houston and Howard Koch. Revised final. 12/12/44
"Thunder Over the Plains"
See: Come On, Texas
Tiger in the Night
Teleplay by E.M. Parsons and Sy Salkowitz. Magazine story by Eleazer Lipsky. Final script. 10/30/62
Tiger Rose
Anon. N.d.
Tiger Shark
By Houston Branch. Screenplay by Wells Root. Final script. 4/27/32
169 Timber
Screenplay 1st draft by Robert Kent. Rewritten by Crane Wilbur. Revised final. 9/26/39
The Time, the Place and the Girl
Screenplay by Robert Lord. Final script. 7/13/37
The Time, the Place and the Girl
Anon. Second revised final. 3/21/46
Tinsel Girl
Anon. Final script. 1/29/32
To Have and Have Not
Screenplay by Jules Furthman. Second revised final. 2/26/44
To the Last Man
Anon. Final script. 4/8/43
170 To the Victor
Screenplay by Richard Brooks. Revised final. 9/9/47
Tomorrow is Another Day
Screenplay by Art Cohn. Final script. 12/28/50
Too Much of Everything
Story and screenplay by Lawrence Kimble and Jean Negulesco. Revised final. 8/31/37
Too Much, Too Soon
Based on the book by Diana Barrymore and Gerard Frank. Screenplay by Art and Jo Napoleon. Final script. 9/16/59
Too Young To Know
Screenplay by Jo Pagano from the Saturday Evening Post story of the same name by Harlan Ware. Additional dialogue by Harold Goldman. Final script. 1/25/45
"Top Secret Affair"
See: Melville Goodwin, U.S.A.
Torchy Blane In Chinatown
From an adaptation of the story "Murder Will Out" by Murray Leinster and Will Jenkins. Screenplay by George Bricker. Final script. 8/12/38
Torchy Blane In Panama
Screenplay by George Bricker. Based on an original story by Anthony Coldewey. Final script. 1/7/38
171 Torchy Finds Out
Screenplay by Albert DeMond. Final. 7/14/38
Torchy Runs For Mayor
Screenplay by Earle Snell. Final script. 11/26/38
Torrid Zone
Story and screenplay by Jerry Wald and Richard Macaulay. Final script. 2/1/40
Tovarich
By Jacques Deval. Screenplay by Casey Robinson. Revised final. 6/29/37
Toward the Unknown
Screenplay by Beirne Lay, Jr. Fourth revised final. 2/8/56
The Track of the Cat
Anon. Final script. 5/20/54
172 The Travelers
Screenplay by Lewis Meltzer. Based on a screenplay and story by Walter Boniger. Revised final. 10/10/50
Traveling Saleslady
Anon. Revised final. 1/10/35
Treachery Rides the Trail
Anon. Final script. 11/23/35
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
Script by John Huston. From the novel by B. Traven. Revised final. 1/10/47
The Trial Horse
Screenplay by George Bricker. From a story by E. J. Flanagan. Final. 10/24/36
Trosper, Guy
See: Darby's Rangers; The Girl He Left Behind
Trouble Along the Way
See: Alma Mater
Truth is on the March
(The Life of Emile Zola) Story by Heinz Herald and Geza Herezeg. Screenplay by Norman Reilly Raine, Heinz Herald, and Geza Herezeg. Revised final. 3/16/37
Tubori, George
See: I Confess
173 Tugboat Annie Sails Again
Based on a series of Saturday Evening Post stories by Norman Reilly Raine. Screenplay by Walter deLeon. Final. 5/29/40
Turner, Barbara
See: Petulia
Twenty Thousand Years in Sing Sing
Anon. Revised final. 8/11/32
20,000 Years in Sing Sing
Screenplay by Courtney Terreh and Robert Lord. Story by Warden Lewis E. Luwes and Wilson Mizner, Brown Holmes. Revised final. 6/20/39
Twist, John
See: Santiago; Band of Angels; The Talisman; Man With a Gun; None But the Brave; The Sea Chase; The F.B.I. Story; Fort Worth; Dallas; Helen of Troy; A Distant Trumpet; The Big Trees; The Bounty Hunter; The Deep Six
Two Against the World
By Marion Dix and Jerome Horwin. Screenplay by Sheridan Gibney. Final script. 5/14/32
Two Guys and a Gal
Screenplay by Jack Rose and Mel Shavelson. Final script. 7/28/48
Two Guys From Milwaukee
Screenplay by Charles Hoffman and I. A. L. Diamond. Revised final. 12/6/45
Two Guys From Texas
See: "Howdy Stranger". Screenplay by I. A. L. Diamond and Allen Boretz. Final script. 2/18/47
174 The Two Million Dollar Bank Robbery
Screenplay by Andrew Stone. Revised final. 2/6/50
The Two Mrs. Carrolls
Screenplay by Thomas Job. Final script. 2/16/45
Two On a Guillotine
Screenplay by Henry Slesar and John Kneubuhl. Revised final. 6/1/64
Two Platoons
Story by Carlton Sand. Screenplay by Carton Sand and Morton Grant. Final script. 6/27/37
Two Seconds
Screenplay by Harvey Thew. Final script. 12/31/31
Typee
See: "Enchanted Island". Based on the story "Typee" by Herman Melville. Screenplay by James Leicester and Harold Jacob Smith. Final. 10/20/58
Uncertain Glory
Screenplay by Laszlo Vadnay and Frederick Faust from an original story by Laszlo Vadnay and Joe May. Revised final. 8/16/43
175 Unchained
Suggested by Kenyon J. Scudder's "Prisoners are People". Story and screenplay by Hall Bartlett. Revised final. 12/14/54
"Uncle Clem's Boy"
See: The Story of Will Rogers
Under Western Skies
From the stage play "The Great Divide" by William Vaughn Moody. Screenplay and dialogue by Howard Estabrook. 2/15/30
Underground
Screenplay by Charles Grayson. From a story by Edwin Justus Mayer and Oliver H. P. Garrett. Revised final. 2/14/41
The Unfaithful
Anon. Final. 11/30/46
Unfit To Print
Anon. Final. 8/3/38
Union Depot
Anon. Final. 10/8/31
The Unsuspected 
Screenplay by Ranald MacDougall. Revised final. 1/8/47
Untamed Youth
Screenplay by John C. Higgins. Final. 12/17/56
176 Up Periscope
From the novel by Robb White. Screenplay by Richard Landau. Second revised final. 6/24/58
Up the Down Staircase
Screenplay by Tad Mosel. Based on the novel by B. Kaufman. Final. 6/28/66
Upper Underworld
See: Ruling Voice by Rowland V. and Donald W. Lee. Adaptation by Robert Lord and Byron Morgan. Final. 2/25/31
Upperworld
By Ben Hecht. Screenplay by Ben Markson and Charles Kenyon. Final. 12/7/33
Uris, Leon M. 
See: Battle Cry
Valley of the Giants
Screenplay by Seton I. Miller. Revised final. 4/11/38
The Valley of the Swords
See: The Castilian. Original story and script as adapted from the poem "The Legend of Ferman Gonzales" by Paulino Rodrigo Diaz, Javier Seto, Luis De Los Arcos. English script and dialogue by Sidney W. Pink. 1962
Van Looh, Hendrik
See: The Story of Mankind
177 Varsity Show
Anon. Second revised final. 4/23/37
Verne, Jules
See: From the Earth to the Moon
A Very Honorable Guy
A screenplay by Earl Baldwin. From a story by Damon Runyon. Final. 12/2/33
A Very Rich Man
Screenplay by Leo Townsend. Additional dialogue by Francis Swann. From a story by Earl Derr Biggers. Revised final. 1/28/46
The Very Thought of You
Screenplay by Alvah Bessie and Delmar Daves. Original story by Lionel Wiggam. Final. 3/2/44
Via Legal
See: Battle of the Bulge
The Victim
Screenplay by Jerome Weidman and Harold Medford. Final. 9/28/49
Vidal, Gore
See: The Left Handed Gun
Viennese Nights
Anon. Final. 1/7/38
Viertel, Peter
See: The Old Man and the Sea
178 Virginia City
Screenplay by Robert Buckner. Final. 10/24/39
The Viscount
Screenplay by Clark Reynolds. Based on a novel by Jean Bruce. Post Production Script. 
The Voice of the Turtle
Screenplay by John van Druten. From the play by John van Druten. Final. 11/14/46
The Voice of Life
See: "Two Against the World". Screenplay by Michel Jacoby. Based on a play by Louis Weitzenkorn. Final. 2/13/36
Vollmoeller, Karl
See: The Miracle
Voltaire
Anon. Final. 2/25/33
Waggner, George
See: Operation Pacific
179 Wait Until Dark
Screenplay by Robert and Jane Howard -Carrington. Based on the play by Frederick Knott. Produced on New York stage by Fred Coe. Final. 11/25/66
Wald, Jerry
See: Stars Over Broadway
Wald, Malvin
See: The Steel Hook
The Walking Dead
Anon. Final. N.d. 
Wall of Noise
Screenplay by Joseph Landon. Based on the novel Daniel Michael Stein. Final. 11/14/62
Wallace, Irving
See: The Chapman Report; Bombers B-52; The Burning Hills; The West Point Story; Jump Into Hell; Sincerely Yours
Wallflower
Second revised final. 11/16/46
Wallop, Douglas
See: Damn Yankees
Wanderlust
Anon. Revised final. 1/4/35
Ware, Harlan
See: Come Fill the Cup
Warner, James
See: Captain Buffalo
Warren, Charles Marquis
See: Springfield; Only the Valiant
Warren, Robert Penn
See: Band of Angels
Watch On the Rhine
Screenplay by Dashiell Hammett. Additional scenes and dialogue by Lillian Hellman. Final. 5/25/42
Waterfront
Screenplay by Don Ryan and Lee Katz. c. 1939
180 The Wax Works
Screenplay by Crane Wilbur. Story by Charles Beldew. c. 1953
Way For a Pirate
Story by Earl Felton. Screenplay by Tom Reed. Revised final. 5/19/36
We Are Not Alone
Screenplay by James Hilton. Final. 6/1/39
We Shall Meet Again
Screenplay by Warren Duff. Final. 11/16/39
We Three
By Edith Fitzgerald. Adaptation by Florence Ryerson. Screenplay by Waldemar Young. Revised final. 3/7/31
Webb, James
See: Raton Pass; The Burning Arrow; A Baby For Midge; The Big Trees; The Fighting Marine; The Long Flight; Illegal; The Phantom; The Iron Mistress
Week End Marriage
Adaption by Sheridan Gibney. Final. 3/11/32
Weidman, Jerome
See: The Eddie Cantor Story
Welles, Halsted
See: The Hanging Tree
Wellman, William A.
See: C'est La Guerre
181 We're in the Money
Anon. Final. 4/30/35
The West Point Story
Screenplay by John Monks, Jr., Charles Hoffman, Irving Wallace. From the story by Irving Wallace. Second revised final. 6/9/50
Westbound
Story by Berne Giler and Albert Shelby LeVino. Screenplay by Berne Giler. Final. 9/18/57
What Ever Happened to Baby Jane
From the novel by Henry Farrell. Screenplay by Lukas Heller. Revised final. 8/1/62
When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
Anon. Final. N.d.
When We Were Twenty-One
By H.U. Esmond. Screenplay, continuity, and dialogue by B. Harrison Orkow. Revised final. 4/6/30
182 When You Were Born
Story by Manley P. Hall. Screenplay by Anthony Coldewey. Final. 2/18/38
Where's Charley
Screenplay by John Monks, Jr. Final. 7/2/51
While the Patient Slept
Anon. Final. 11/24/34
Whiplash
Screenplay by Maurice Geraghty and Harriet Frank, Jr. Revised final. 3/15/47
White, Robb
See: Up Periscope
White, T. H.
See: Camelot
The White Cockatoo
Screenplay by Ben Markson and Lillie Hayward. From the novel by Mignon G. Eberhart. Final. 9/22/34
White Heat
Screenplay by Ivan Groff and Ben Roberts. Revised final. 5/4/49
Whitehead, Don
See: The F.B.I. Story
Whittington, Harry
See: Black Gold (Golconda)
Whom Glory Still Adores
See: Great Catherine
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
From the play by Edward Albee. Screenplay by Ernest Lehman. 7/30/65
183 Wide Open
From the novel by Edward Bateman Morris. Screenplay and dialogue by James A. Starr and Arthur Caesar. Final. 3/8/48
Widow From Chicago
Screenplay and dialogue by Earl Baldwin and Ruth Rankin. 4/24/30
Wilbur, Crane
See: The City Is Dark; The Folsom Story; Ladies of the Mob; The Lion and the Horse; The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima; The Wax Works
Wild Bill Hickock Rides
Screenplay by Paul Gerard Smith and Charles Grayson. Revised final. 8/29/41
Wild Boys of the Road
Screenplay by Earl Baldwin from the story by Danny Ahearn. Final. 6/1/33
Wilder, Billy
See: The Spirit of St. Louis
Williams, Ben Ames
See: Johnny Trouble
Williams, Tennessee
See: Baby Doll. Final script. 10/18/55
Williams, Tennessee
See: A Streetcar Named Desire
Willson, Meredith
See: The Music Man
Wilson, Sloan
See: A Summer Place
Wind Across the Everglades
See: Across the Everglades
Winged Victory
By A. J. Cronin. Screenplay by Howard Koch and Ann Froelick. Final. 11/28/40
Wings of the Navy
Screenplay by Michael Fessier. Final. 7/1/38
184 Winner Take All
Adaptation by Robert Lord and Wilson Mizner. 2/17/32
The Winning Team
See: The Big League
Winter Meeting
By Catherine Turney. From the novel by Ethel Vance. Final. 8/18/47
Without Honor
By Robert Lord. Screenplay by Tom Buckingham and Niven Busch. Final. 1/22/34
Without Warning
Play by Ralph Spenser Zink. Screenplay by Crane Wilbur. Final. 7/27/37
Without Warning
See: Murder on the Waterfront by Robert E. Kent. Final. 10/24/42
Wohl, Burton
See: The Third Day
Woman in Shadow
Adapted from a play by Elmer Rice. Screenplay by Don Ryan. Final. 12/13/38
The Woman In White
Based on the novel by Wilkie Collins. Screenplay by Stephen Morehouse Avery. Final. 7/22/46
The Woman On the Jury
Screen version and added dialogue by John F. Goodrich. N.d.
"The Woman Who Wouldn't Die"
See: Catacombs
185 Women in Prison
Revised version by Sidney Sutherland. Final. 9/27/32
Women in the Wind
Screenplay by Lee Katz and Albert DeMond. Revised final. 8/30/38
Wonder Bar
By Geza Herezeg and Karl Farkas. Screenplay by Earl Baldwin. Revised. 11/10/33
Working Wives
Anon. Final. 1/5/32
The World Changes
By Sheridan Gibney. Screenplay by Edward Chodorov. Revised final. 7/13/33
Wormser, Richard
See: The City Is Dark
Wouk, Herman
See: Marjorie Morningstar; Youngblood Hawke
The Wrong Man
Screenplay by Maxwell Anderson and Angus MacPhail. Story by Maxwell Anderson. Final. 2/20/56
Yates, George Worthing
See: This Woman is Dangerous
Yawitz, Paul
See: The Black Scorpion
186 Yellowstone Kelly
Screenplay by Burt Kennedy. From the book by Clay Fisher. Final. 2/24/59
Yes, My Darling Daughter
Screenplay by Casey Robinson. From the play by Mark Reed. Final. 11/14/38
Yordan, Philip
See: The Battle of the Bulge; The Bramble Bush; Blowing Wild; Mara, Mara
You and I
By Philip Barry. Adaptation by Robert Presnell. Final. 1/22/31
You Can't Escape Forever
Screenplay by Fred Niblo, Jr. and Hector Chevigny. Final. 5/19/42
You Said a Mouthful
From the story by William B. Dover. Screenplay by Robert Lord and Bolton Mallory. Second revised final. 8/20/32
Youmans, Vincent
See: Tea For Two
187 Young At Heart
Screenplay by Julius J. Epstein and Lenore Coffee. Adaptation by Liam O'Brien. From a story by Fannie Hurst. Final. 7/13/54
Young Man With a Horn
Screenplay by Carl Foreman. From the novel by Dorothy Baker. Second revised final. 7/6/49
Young Nowheres
By I. A. R. Wylie. Screenplay by Bradley King. N.d.
Youngblood Hawke
Screenplay by Delmar Daves. Based on the novel by Herman Wouk. Final. 2/15/63
The Younger Brothers
Screenplay by Edna Anhalt. From a story by Morton Grant. Final. 5/15/48
You're a Big Boy Now!
By Francis Ford Coppola. From the novel by David Benedictus. Final. c. 1964
You're in the Army Now
Screenplay by Paul Gerard Smith and George Beatty. Second revised final. 8/29/41
You're Only Human Once
See: The Grace Moore Story
Zagor, Michael
See: Temple Houston

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