Gladys Lehman


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

Meet Joe Black (1998)
From Story
Meet Joe Black (1998)
Story By
Golden Girl (1951)
Screenwriter
Luxury Liner (1948)
Screenwriter
This Time for Keeps (1947)
Screenwriter
Thrill of a Romance (1945)
Original Screenplay
Her Highness and the Bellboy (1945)
Original Screenplay
Two Girls and a Sailor (1944)
Original Screenplay
Presenting Lily Mars (1943)
Screenwriter
Rio Rita (1942)
Screenwriter
Her First Beau (1941)
Screenwriter
Nice Girl? (1941)
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Hired Wife (1940)
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Those High Grey Walls (1939)
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Good Girls Go to Paris (1939)
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Blondie Brings Up Baby (1939)
Screenwriter
There's That Woman Again (1938)
Story
There's Always a Woman (1938)
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The Lady Objects (1938)
Screenwriter
Midnight Madonna (1937)
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Slave Ship (1937)
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She Married an Artist (1937)
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Poor Little Rich Girl (1936)
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Reunion (1936)
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Captain January (1936)
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Song and Dance Man (1936)
Contract Writer
A Message to Garcia (1936)
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It's a Small World (1935)
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In Old Kentucky (1935)
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The County Chairman (1935)
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George White's 1935 Scandals (1935)
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The Gilded Lily (1935)
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Death Takes a Holiday (1934)
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Little Miss Marker (1934)
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Behold My Wife! (1934)
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Double Door (1934)
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Enter Madame! (1934)
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White Woman (1933)
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Hold Me Tight (1933)
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They Just Had to Get Married (1933)
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Back Street (1932)
Screenwriter
Nice Women (1931)
Cont
Seed (1931)
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Many a Slip (1931)
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Strictly Dishonorable (1931)
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The Cat Creeps (1930)
Dial
Personality (1930)
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Embarrassing Moments (1930)
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Personality (1930)
Cont
A Lady Surrenders (1930)
Cont
The Little Accident (1930)
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The Cat Creeps (1930)
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The Broadway Hoofer (1929)
Story
The Broadway Hoofer (1929)
Dial
Clear the Decks (1929)
Adaptation
His Lucky Day (1929)
Scen
His Lucky Day (1929)
Story
Red Hot Speed (1929)
Story
Clear the Decks (1929)
Cont
Mexicali Rose (1929)
Dial
Mexicali Rose (1929)
Story
The Fall of Eve (1929)
Adaptation
Broadway Scandals (1929)
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Red Hot Speed (1929)
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The Shield of Honor (1928)
Adaptation
The Shield of Honor (1928)
Cont
On Your Toes (1927)
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Out All Night (1927)
Story
The Ice Flood (1926)
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Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

There's Always A Woman (1938) - Go On With Your Quarrelling Bill (Melvyn Douglas), who doesn't know his wife Sally (Joan Blondell) has taken a case for his detective agency he thinks he just shut down, tries to keep up as she tracks the dinner party of her client (Mary Astor), in There's Always A Woman, 1938.
Poor Little Rich Girl (1936) - Disgustingly Rich Opening scene establishing the environs, little Barbara (Shirley Temple) servants Stebbins (Charles Coleman), Woodward (Jane Darwell) and Collins (Sarah Haden) in Poor Little Rich Girl, 1936.
Two Girls And A Sailor (1944) - A Love Like Ours MGM features Harry James and his Music Makers, then June Allyson and Gloria DeHaven as the feuding Deyo sisters with a tune by Alberta Nichols and Mann Holiner, wondering which guy (Van Johnson!) has been sending the orchids, in Two Girls And A Sailor, 1944.
Two Girls And A Sailor (1944) - Save Your Dough, Sailor Not knowing sailor Johnny (Van Johnson) is a zillionaire or that he's the secret admirer of her singing-partner sister Jean (Gloria DeHaven), Patsy (June Allyson) explains things, during an apparently routine party for servicemen at their apartment, in MGM's Two Girls And A Sailor, 1944.
Her Highness And The Bellboy (1945) - She Wants To Go Native With Agnes Moorehead as her counsel the countess, Hedy Lamarr, a Hungarian princess, arrives at her New York hotel, Ludwig Stossel as "Pufi," and soon confesses her true purpose, unconcerned about the ubiquitous Baron Zoltan (Carl Esmond), in Her Highness And the Bellboy, 1945.
Her Highness And The Bellboy (1945) - Ritz Plaza Rooftop Manhattan bellboy Jimmy (Robert Walker) drops in on sweetheart Leslie (June Allyson) whom we learn is disabled, then joined by slow-witted porter pal Albert (Rags Ragland), for what looks to be a regular date, in MGM's Her Highness And The Bellboy, 1945, Hedy Lamarr the other title character.
Presenting Lily Mars - Look Not So Pale, Macbeth! Visiting his Indiana hometown, Broadway producer John Thornway (Van Heflin) has been lured into the home of ambitious Lily (Judy Garland), who swiped an important script, and subjected to her Lady MacBeth, in Presenting Lily Mars, 1943, from a Booth Tarkington novel.
Rio Rita (1942) - Long Before You Came Along Devoted fan "Rita" (Kathryn Grayson) is singing along with her portable on the prairie when the artist himself "Ricardo Montera" (John Carroll), local boy made good, happens along, song by Harold Arlen and Yip Harburg, in MGM's Abbott & Costello re-boot of Rio Rita, 1942.
Rio Rita (1942) - Get Me Out Of This! Doc (Bud Abbott) and Wishy (Lou Costello), stuck in Texas, stowed away in the trunk of a car with New York plates, it didn't work out and, still in Texas, the car is dropped off for service, early in MGM's Rio Rita, 1942.
Rio Rita (1942) - Get Pike's Peak One of their best opening routines in their first adventure away from Universal, Bud Abbott and Lou Costello at work in a pet store, in MGM's 1942 re-vamp of Rio Rita, also starring Kathryn Grayson and John Carroll.
Little Miss Marker (1934) - You Son Of A Gun Sorrowful (Adolphe Menjou) shells out for clothes for abandoned Marky (Shirley Temple), meantime performing Rainger and Robin's You Son Of A Gun with Bangles (Dorothy Dell), in Little Miss Marker, 1934.
Little Miss Marker (1934) - Hefting Young Dames Left as security on a bet, young Marky (Shirley Temple) with bookie Sorrowful (Adolphe Menjou) and colleagues (Charles Bickford, Lynne Overman, Jack Sheehan, Dorothy Dell et al), early in Little Miss Marker, 1934, from a Damon Runyon story.

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