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Winfield R. Sheehan

Winfield R. Sheehan


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Born: September 24, 1883 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Buffalo, New York, USA Profession: Producer ...


Writer (feature film)

Disorderly Conduct (1932) as Contract Writer
When motorcycle cop Dick Fay gives a ticket to Phyllis Crawford, her father's graft-fed influence leads to his demotion to foot patrolman. When Fay leads a raid on a gangster's place he discovers Phyllis there, helps her escape, then blackmails her father.
She Wanted a Millionaire (1932) as Contract Writer
Impoverished Jane Miller is loved by millionaire Roger and newspaperman William. Though William warns her otherwise, she goes with the millionaire to his French chateau where she risks terrible cruelty and even death.

Producer (feature film)

Captain Eddie (1945) as Producer
WWI flyer Eddie Rickenbaker remembers his life which brought him from a car salesman, race driver and pilot in WWI, to an important person in the early years of civil airline service, after his plane crashed in the South Pacific in late 1942.
Florian (1940) as Producer
One More Spring (1935) as Producer
The Farmer Takes a Wife (1935) as Producer
A farmer tries to convince the cook on a canal boat to leave her exciting life for him.
Way Down East (1935) as Producer
Bad Boy (1935) as Executive Producer
Poolroom ace Dunn marries his girlfriend Wilson but cant find work so he sends her back to her family. Things improve after he catches some crooks.
George White's 1935 Scandals (1935) as Producer
Curly Top (1935) as Producer
A wealthy man adopts two orphaned sisters.
Baby Take a Bow (1934) as Executive Producer
Orient Express (1934) as Executive Producer
Coming Out Party (1934) as Executive Producer
Handy Andy (1934) as Executive Producer
A druggist lets his socially ambitious wife convince him to pursue the high life.
Such Women Are Dangerous (1934) as Executive Producer
Ever Since Eve (1934) as Executive Producer
Pursued (1934) as Vice-President and General mgr
3 on a Honeymoon (1934) as Executive Producer
I Am Suzanne! (1934) as Executive Producer
Tony Malatini, a puppeteer, at Paris' Theatre des Marionettes notices that his audience consists of only 7 people. He visits his successful competitor on the corner to see why people are drawn to it. After seeing Suzanne, the competitors popular dancer, Tony is mesmerized by her. He goes backstage to see her and asks her if he can make a puppet of her to use in his show. Over-hearing this, the Baron, Suzanne's controlling manager, castigates Suzanne threatening to set her free. Suzanne terrified of being on her own, begs the Baron to marry her and not to leave her. Tony comes during one of Suzanne's performances and begs her not to marry the Baron. Upset, Suzanne falls into the orchestra pit and injures herself to the extent that she won't dance again. Baron leaves Suzanne, but Tony with a doctor's help puts her through a vigorous exercise program. Tony also shows her how to be a puppeteer. Tony confesses to Suzanne that his true friends are his puppets. He picks up the puppet of Suzanne and tells her that he is in love with this puppet. Suzanne not realizing that he means her becomes confused. Together they put on a successful celebrity puppet show. During a celebration party, Tony decides he will propose marriage to her uniquely. He picks up the puppet of her and asks it to marry him. Suzanne becomes jealous and confused...
David Harum (1934) as Producer
Rogers plays a small town banker in the 1890s whose chief rival is the deacon (Middleton) with whom he has traded horse flesh. Taylor is a bank teller who places a winning $4,500 bet on a 10-1 harness racing horse, making him Rogers' bank partner.
Sleepers East (1934) as Executive Producer
Frontier Marshal (1934) as Executive Producer
Call It Luck (1934) as Executive Producer
I Believed in You (1934) as Executive Producer
Charlie Chan's Courage (1934) as Executive Producer
Charlie is hired to deliver a pearl necklace to a millionaire at his ranch. When murder intervenes he disguises himself as a Chinese servant and begins sleuthing.
She Was a Lady (1934) as Executive Producer
Bottoms Up (1934) as Executive Producer
Promoter Smoothe King helps a pair of phonies con their way into a movie company. As Wanda heads toward stardom, she turns more and more from King toward the matinee idol. King must decide between his plans and her happiness.
Murder in Trinidad (1934) as Executive Producer
Hold That Girl (1934) as Executive Producer
The World Moves On (1934) as Producer
A Louisiana cotton family fights to survive war and the Depression.
Servants' Entrance (1934) as Producer
Carolina (1934) as Producer
Now I'll Tell (1934) as Producer
Golden is a two-bit gambler who has promised wife Virginia he'll quit when he makes $200,000. When he fixes a fight he gets mobster Mossiter mad, then loses his fortune to him. He pawns his wife's jewels and takes out an insurance policy on himself.
Marie Galante (1934) as Producer
Marie is kidnapped and taken aboard ship, then thrown off at Yucatan. She winds up singing in a cafe in the Panama Canal zone. There she gets involved in a plot to destroy the canal and runs into American intelligence officer Crawbett.
Stand Up and Cheer! (1934) as Producer
President Franklin Roosevelt appoints a theatrical producer as the new Secretary of Amusement in order to cheer up an American public still suffering through the Depression. The new secretary soon runs afoul of political lobbyists out to destroy his department.
Change of Heart (1934) as Producer
Janet Gaynor and James Dunn and their close friends Charles Farrell and Ginger Rogers graduate from a West Coast college and fly to New York City to find work.
State Fair (1933) as Producer
The children of Iowa farmers find love, with mixed results, at the state fair.
Cavalcade (1933) as Producer
A British family survives war and changing times.
Doctor Bull (1933) as Producer
A country doctor ignites gossip when he falls for a small-town widow.
Shanghai Madness (1933) as Supervisor
In the 1920s Pat Jackson destroys a Chinese post and is discharged from the Navy. Li Po Chang hires him to run a gunboat up the river. He drops Wildeth off at a mission for safety, but when his boat returns the mission is being attacked by communists. If he can drive off the communists he may be restored to the Navy and receive permission to marry Wildeth.
Paddy the Next Best Thing (1933) as Producer
East Lynne (1931) as Vice-president and gen mgr
Body and Soul (1931) as Vice-president and gen mgr
Andress, Watson and Johnson are with a Royal Air Force squadron in France. When Watson is killed in combat, Andrews tries to return the letters Watson received from a girl called "Pom-Pom." There are two possibilities: one is Watson's widow, the other is a German spy.
Fig Leaves (1926) as Supervisor
In the modern day (1920s) story, Adam, a plumber, is happily married to Eve, a wardrobe-obsessed housewife, until she accidentally meets a supercilious fashion designer. At the prompting of her neighbour, who has secret designs on Adam, Eve secretly becomes a fashion model by day, knowing that her husband would disapprove. This tale is book-ended by a sequence of the two principals in the Garden of Eden, having the same preoccupations amid the dinosaurs and boulders.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

The Man Who Came Back (1931) as Personal supv

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