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Monte Brice worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Brice worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Behind the Front" (1926), "Casey at the Bat" (1927) and "Now We're in the Air" (1927). He also contributed to "Someone to Love" (1928), "The Fleet's in" (1928) and "The Golf Specialist" (1930). In the thirties, Brice devoted his time to various credits, such as "Take a Chance" with James Dunn (1933), "Sweet Surrender" (1935) and "Merry-Go-Round of 1938" with Bert Lahr (1937). He also worked on "You're a Sweetheart" (1937) starring Alice Faye. Toward the end of his career, Brice wrote the Ted Lewis musical "Is Everybody Happy?" (1943), the Joan Davis comedy "Beautiful But Broke" (1944) and "Stars on Parade" (1944). He also appeared in "Eadie Was a Lady" (1945) and "A Guy, a Gal and a Pal" (1945) with Ross Hunter. Brice last wrote the Mary Hatcher musical "Variety Girl" (1947). Brice passed away in November 1962 at the age of 71.

Monte Brice worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Brice worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Behind the Front" (1926), "Casey at the Bat" (1927) and "Now We're in the Air" (1927). He also contributed to "Someone to Love" (1928), "The Fleet's in" (1928) and "The Golf Specialist" (1930). In the thirties, Brice devoted his time to various credits, such as "Take a Chance" with James Dunn (1933), "Sweet Surrender" (1935) and "Merry-Go-Round of 1938" with Bert Lahr (1937). He also worked on "You're a Sweetheart" (1937) starring Alice Faye. Toward the end of his career, Brice wrote the Ted Lewis musical "Is Everybody Happy?" (1943), the Joan Davis comedy "Beautiful But Broke" (1944) and "Stars on Parade" (1944). He also appeared in "Eadie Was a Lady" (1945) and "A Guy, a Gal and a Pal" (1945) with Ross Hunter. Brice last wrote the Mary Hatcher musical "Variety Girl" (1947). Brice passed away in November 1962 at the age of 71.

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  Three Women (1935) Director
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  Sweet Surrender (1935) Director
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  Moonlight and Pretzels (1933) Dialogue Director
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  Take a Chance (1933) Director
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  Casey at the Bat (1927) Director

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