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Elmer Harris

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American playwright Elmer Harris wrote his first screen "original," Lottery Man, in 1919. Out of respect for his Broadway reputation, Harris was billed as "presenter" rather than producer of the 1924 production No More Women. His novel Bridge was adapted for the screen as Name the Woman in 1928, while his stage plays So Long Letty and Johnny Belinda were likewise cinematized. Dividing his time between both coasts during the 1930s, Harris kept busy on Broadway even while penning the screenplays for the likes of The Barbarian (1933), Red Salute (1935) and Let 'Em Have It (1936).

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Let 'em Have It
  • Screenwriter
1935
No Score Yet Red Salute
  • Screenwriter
1935
No Score Yet The Barbarian
  • Screenwriter
1933
No Score Yet Skyscraper Souls
  • Screenwriter
1932
No Score Yet The Matinee Idol
  • Screenwriter
1928
No Score Yet So This Is Love?
  • Screenwriter
1928
No Score Yet That Certain Thing
  • Screenwriter
1928
No Score Yet Tess of the Storm Country
  • Screenwriter
1922
No Score Yet The Affairs of Anatol
  • Screenwriter
1921
No Score Yet Ducks and Drakes
  • Screenwriter
1921

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