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Karen DeWolf

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Writer (feature film)

Silver Lode (1954) as Story and Screenplay
Dan Ballard, a respected citizen in the western town of Silver Lode, has his wedding interrupted by four men led by Ned McCarthy, an old acquaintance who, as a US Marshal, arrests Ballard for the murder of his brother and the theft of $20,000. Ballard seeks to stall McCarthy while tracking down evidence that will prove his innocence: but the townspeople's loyalty to him gradually begins to waver under McCarthy's accusations.
Count the Hours (1953) as Screenwriter
A lawyer defends a migrant worker in a sensational murder trial.
Appointment in Honduras (1953) as Screenwriter
When You're Smiling (1950) as Screenwriter
Make Believe Ballroom (1949) as Screenwriter
Johnny Allegro (1949) as Screenwriter
A reformed hoodlum gets mixed up with counterfeiters and a deadly manhunt.
Adventures of Casanova (1948) as Screenwriter
The Return of October (1948) as Story
An heiress discovers her racehorse is the reincarnation of her rich uncle, back to win the Kentucky Derby.
Bury Me Dead (1947) as Screenwriter
Barbara Carlin (June Lockhart) attends her own funeral and returns home suspecting that her husband,Rod Carlin (Mark Daniels), had tried to do away with her, and is also (rightfully) curious as to just who was the woman buried under her name. She learns that the victim was glamour girl Helen Lawrence (Sonia Darren), with whom her husband had been having an affair. Complications come from her sister Rusty (Cathy O'Donnell), who, it turns out, is not her real sister and also doesn't like her a whole lot, and from a dim-witted prize fighter,George Mandley (Greg McClure). The family attorney, Michael Dunn (Hugh Beaumont), stands around and provides little in the way of help or reason for being there, until...
Step-Child (1947) as Screenwriter
Although Dale (Brenda Joyce) and Ken Bullock (Donald Woods) should be a happily married couple, their marriage is on the verge of a break-up, because Dale refuses to give up her well-paying job in order to devote more time to Ken and their two children Jimmy (Tommy Ivo), age 9, and Tommy (Grgeory Marshall), age 6. They sue for divorce and the Judge (Selmer Jackson) rules that the children be placed in the custody of their father. Dale realizes what she has lost but she is too proud to say anyhthing to Ken, whom she still loves. Ken, shopping for the perfect stay-at-home wife to take care of his children, falls for the charms of his secretary, Millie Lynch (Vivian Austin, in one of the four films she made at PRC as Terry Austin.) Not quite.
It's Great to Be Young (1946) as Story
Ricky Malone (Jimmy Lloyd), Spud Winters (Bob Haymes AS Robert Stanton and not Kirby Grant as Robert Stanton, since Grant hadn't used that name in over five years, but I digress) and some other returning G.I.'s are trying to break into show business by the old summer resort resort. Terry (Leslie Brooks and she needs no number since she was in films 40 years before Leslie Brooks (I) directed his one-and-only film), a runaway daughter of a big producer who is trying to stifle her show-biz career, hires on as the (dubbed) singer.
Getting Gertie's Garter (1945) as Adpt and scr
A medical researcher tries frantically to recover a jeweled garter he had given an old flame.
Nine Girls (1944) as Screenwriter
When a sorority girl is found murdered, her classmates set out to solve the case.
Shut My Big Mouth (1942) as Screenwriter
(Com ''42,BW). Joe E. Brown, Adele Mara, Victor Jory, Fritz Feld, Don Beddoe, Pedro de Cordoba, Lloyd Bridges, Forrest Tucker, Chief Thunder-Cloud. A meek easterner (Joe E. Brown) unwittingly becomes sheriff of a western town and resorts to dressing in drag in order to foil the plans of the villainous Victor Jory. One of Joe E. Brown''s most popular comedies.
Meet the Stewarts (1942) as Screenwriter
A socialite struggles to live on her blue-collar husband''''s salary.
Tillie the Toiler (1941) as Screenwriter
Tillie the Toiler (1941) as Story
Go West, Young Lady (1941) as Story
A sheriff''''s girlfriend tries to unearth the identity of a masked bandit chief.
Go West, Young Lady (1941) as Screenwriter
A sheriff''''s girlfriend tries to unearth the identity of a masked bandit chief.
Saddlemates (1941) as Original Story
When a strip of land along the Red River is declared in Indian Territory instead of Texas, the Rangers leave and the Army moves in. Now ex-rangers the Mesquiteers stay on as scouts. The new Colonel plans to make peace with the Indians but unknown to him the notorious Indian Wanechee is posing as his interpreter. The Mesquiteers learn of the masquerade but are not beleived and instead are arrested just as Wanechee moves to wipe out the arriving wagon train.
Dangerous Holiday (1937) as Original Story
Love in a Bungalow (1937) as Screenwriter
As Good As Married (1937) as Contract Writer
Ride, Ranger, Ride (1936) as Original Story
Texas rangers fight the U.S. Cavalry to save them from train robbers.
Doughnuts and Society (1936) as Orig story and scr
Two women, partners in a doughnut shop, learn that their children have fallen in love with each other. But when each mother individually comes into a fortune, each insists that her child marry into high society. Of course, what goes up must come down...
A Notorious Gentleman (1935) as Contr to scr const
Public Opinion (1935) as Story and adpt
The Countess of Monte Cristo (1934) as Screenwriter

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