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Walter Morosco made a successful career out of his incredible skills as a producer. Starting his entertainment career producing for the silver screen, his early credits included "Back Pay" (1930), "Ebb Tide" (1932) and "The Perfect Snob" (1941). Morosco continued to focus on film through the forties, producing movies like the Cesar Romero comedy "A Gentleman at Heart" (1942), "It Happened in Flatbush" (1942) and the Milton Berle comedy "Over My Dead Body" (1942). He also appeared in the drama "Sunday Dinner For a Soldier" (1944) with Anne Baxter and "Wing and a Prayer" (1944). Morosco then focused on film, producing the Jeanne Crain comedy "Margie" (1946), "Sentimental Journey" (1946) and the drama "Wake Up and Dream" (1946) with June Haver. He also appeared in "Give My Regards to Broadway" (1948) and the June Haver comedy "Scudda-Hoo! Scudda-Hay!" (1948). Morosco was most recently credited in "Mother Is a Freshman" (1949) with Loretta Young. Morosco was married to Corinne Griffith. Morosco passed away in December 1948 at the age of 49.

Walter Morosco made a successful career out of his incredible skills as a producer. Starting his entertainment career producing for the silver screen, his early credits included "Back Pay" (1930), "Ebb Tide" (1932) and "The Perfect Snob" (1941). Morosco continued to focus on film through the forties, producing movies like the Cesar Romero comedy "A Gentleman at Heart" (1942), "It Happened in Flatbush" (1942) and the Milton Berle comedy "Over My Dead Body" (1942). He also appeared in the drama "Sunday Dinner For a Soldier" (1944) with Anne Baxter and "Wing and a Prayer" (1944). Morosco then focused on film, producing the Jeanne Crain comedy "Margie" (1946), "Sentimental Journey" (1946) and the drama "Wake Up and Dream" (1946) with June Haver. He also appeared in "Give My Regards to Broadway" (1948) and the June Haver comedy "Scudda-Hoo! Scudda-Hay!" (1948). Morosco was most recently credited in "Mother Is a Freshman" (1949) with Loretta Young. Morosco was married to Corinne Griffith. Morosco passed away in December 1948 at the age of 49.

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DIRECTOR:

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  Silken Shackles (1926) Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 For Those We Love (1921) Johnny Fletcher
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