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During his Hollywood career, Wallace Smith wrote a variety of screenplays. Smith's film career started with such writing credits as "The Dove" (1927), "Two Arabian Knights" (1927) and "Bulldog Drummond" (1929). During the latter part of his career, Smith wrote "Friends and Lovers" (1931), the Richard Dix drama "The Lost Squadron" (1932) and "Bordertown" (1934). He also appeared in the musical comedy "The Gay Desperado" (1936) with Nino Martini. Smith more recently wrote "Her Husband Lies" (1937).

During his Hollywood career, Wallace Smith wrote a variety of screenplays. Smith's film career started with such writing credits as "The Dove" (1927), "Two Arabian Knights" (1927) and "Bulldog Drummond" (1929). During the latter part of his career, Smith wrote "Friends and Lovers" (1931), the Richard Dix drama "The Lost Squadron" (1932) and "Bordertown" (1934). He also appeared in the musical comedy "The Gay Desperado" (1936) with Nino Martini. Smith more recently wrote "Her Husband Lies" (1937).

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