Helen Logan


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

I'll Get By (1950)
Screenplay story
Three Little Girls in Blue (1946)
Adaptation
If I'm Lucky (1946)
Screenwriter
Do You Love Me (1946)
Screenwriter
Something for the Boys (1944)
Screenwriter
Four Jills in a Jeep (1944)
Screenwriter
Pin Up Girl (1944)
Screenwriter
Hello Frisco, Hello (1943)
Screenwriter
Iceland (1942)
Original Screenplay
Footlight Serenade (1942)
Screenwriter
Song of the Islands (1942)
Original Screenplay
Sun Valley Serenade (1941)
Screenwriter
The Great American Broadcast (1941)
Original Screenplay
Star Dust (1940)
Screenwriter
The Man Who Wouldn't Talk (1940)
Screenwriter
Tin Pan Alley (1940)
Screenwriter
Lucky Cisco Kid (1940)
Screenwriter
High School (1940)
Based on an idea by
Susannah of the Mounties (1939)
Screenwriter
Pardon Our Nerve (1939)
Screenwriter
The Escape (1939)
Original Screenplay
Chasing Danger (1939)
Screenwriter
Too Busy to Work (1939)
Screenwriter
City in Darkness (1939)
Screenwriter
The Honeymoon's Over (1939)
Contract Writer
Speed to Burn (1938)
Screenwriter
Rascals (1938)
Original Screenplay
Sharpshooters (1938)
Screenwriter
Down on the Farm (1938)
Screenwriter
Love on a Budget (1938)
Screenwriter
A Trip to Paris (1938)
Original Story
Road Demon (1938)
Original Screenplay
Charlie Chan at Monte Carlo (1938)
Original Story
The Jones Family in Big Business (1937)
Screenwriter
Off to the Races (1937)
Original story and Screenplay
Charlie Chan at the Olympics (1937)
Screenwriter
Charlie Chan on Broadway (1937)
Original Story
Big Town Girl (1937)
Screenwriter
Born Reckless (1937)
Screenwriter
That I May Live (1937)
Contract Writer
Back to Nature (1936)
Original Screenplay
Hitch Hike to Heaven (1936)
Story and Screenplay
Here Comes Trouble (1936)
Screenwriter
Charlie Chan's Secret (1936)
Original story and Screenplay
Charlie Chan at the Circus (1936)
Original Screenplay
Charlie Chan at the Race Track (1936)
Screenwriter
Laughing at Trouble (1936)
Screenwriter
Rosa de Francia (1935)
Cont
The Lady in Scarlet (1935)
Screenwriter
Happiness C.O.D. (1935)
Story and Screenplay
Charlie Chan in Egypt (1935)
Original Screenplay
Ladies Love Danger (1935)
Adaptation
Music Is Magic (1935)
Contr to dial
¡Asegure a su mujer! (1935)
Adaptación cinematográfica [Scr]

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Sun Valley Serenade (1941) - That Must Be Her Chest Measurement At Ellis Island on a publicity stunt, big band pianist Ted (John Payne), manager Nifty (Milton Berle) and bandleader Phil (Glenn Miller, the bandleader), arrive to pick up their kid war orphan, who turns out to be Sonja Henie, in Twentieth Century-Fox's It Happened In Sun Valley, 1941.
Pin Up Girl (1944) - I Don't Tell Fibs! At this point we’ve no idea that Lorry (Betty Grable), most popular gal at the Missoula, Mo. USO, is given to fibbing, but we learn more when she catches the train with girlfriend Kaye (Dorothea Kent), early in the Twentieth Century-Fox musical Pin Up Girl, 1944.
Pin Up Girl (1944) - Don't Carry Tales Out Of School Miffed New York night club star Molly (Martha Raye) calls Lorry (Betty Grable, with pal Dorothea Kent, from Missouri) on her claim she starred in a just-closed Broadway show, so owner Joe E. Brown introduces her for a number by James V. Monaco and Mack Gordon, in Pin Up Girl, 1944.
Susannah Of The Mounties (1939) - I Want You To Meet My Daughter Randolph Scott as officer Monty, having rescued the star (Shirley Temple) following an Indian massacre, is eager to report to his C-O (Moroni Olsen), not realizing he'd meet knockout Margaret Lockwood, then berating his orderly Mac (J. Farrell MacDonald), early in Susannah Of The Mounties, 1939.
Susannah Of The Mounties (1939) - Is That Your Pony? Cordial when you consider that, broadly speaking, his tribe probably just slaughtered her family and wagon train, survivor Shirley Temple (title character) and Canadian Blackfeet “Little Chief,” who’s been left with the white men as a de facto hostage during peace talks, have a normal juvenile spat, Randolph Scott intervening, in Susannah Of The Mounties, 1939.
Susannah Of The Mounties (1939) - One Little Word Pretty horrifying opening, at least in the Shirley Temple canon, as she’s found by Northwest Mounted Police officer “Monty” (Randolph Scott), the sole survivor of an outright massacre by Blackfeet Indians in Canada, in 20th Century Fox’s Susannah Of The Mounties, 1939, also starring Margaret Lockwood.
Susannah Of The Mounties (1939) - I'll Teach You To Waltz Shirley Temple (title character, survivor of a wagon-train massacre) helps Monty (Randolph Scott), her rescuer and Northwest Mounted Police officer, with dance technique, J. Farrell MacDonald accompanying, and Margaret Lockwood, the commander’s daughter, his object, in Susannah Of The Mounties, 1939.
Four Jills In A Jeep (1943) - You Look Like Somebody I've Seen Just arrived on a base in England, in a story supposedly based on their own real experience on USO tours, Kay Francis, sparky Martha Raye, blonde Carole Landis and Mitzi Mayfair get collected by their minder Eddie (Phil Silvers), and meet handsome flier Ted (John Harvey), early in Four Jills In A Jeep, 1943.
Sun Valley Serenade (1941) - It Happened In Sun Valley Promo here for the Idaho resort, Glenn Miller's band with an original by Harry Warren and Mack Gordon, Milton Berle and Joan Davis schtick and Sonja Henie, in her first skating scene, tries to impress pianist Ted (John Payne), who is her legal adoptive guardian, in Sun Valley Serenade, 1941.
Pin Up Girl (1944) - We're In Musical Comedy Navy hero Tommy (John Harvey) and pal Dud (Dave Willock) are the toast of New York, greeted by Eddie (Joe E. Brown) at his night club, not knowing Lorry and Kay (Betty Grable, Dorothea Kent) have fibbed to get his table, Martha Raye with an original song by James V. Monaco and Mack Gordon, in Pin Up Girl, 1944.

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