Robert Lord


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

Pictures (1981)
Screenwriter
'Til We Meet Again (1940)
Original Story
Black Legion (1937)
Story
Stage Struck (1936)
Story
The Singing Kid (1936)
Story
Dr. Socrates (1935)
Screenwriter
Page Miss Glory (1935)
Screenwriter
Gold Diggers of 1935 (1935)
Story
Bordertown (1935)
Story
Merry Wives of Reno (1934)
Story and Screenplay
Dames (1934)
Story
He Was Her Man (1934)
Story
Housewife (1934)
Story
The Mind Reader (1933)
Screenwriter
Convention City (1933)
Screenwriter
Heroes for Sale (1933)
Screenwriter
The Little Giant (1933)
Screenwriter
Hard to Handle (1933)
Screenwriter
Frisco Jenny (1933)
Screenwriter
Mary Stevens, M.D. (1933)
Screenwriter
Footlight Parade (1933)
Story
Man Wanted (1932)
Story
Winner Take All (1932)
Adaptation
The Purchase Price (1932)
Screenwriter
The Conquerors (1932)
Screenwriter
It's Tough to Be Famous (1932)
Adaptation
You Said a Mouthful (1932)
Screenwriter
So Big (1932)
Adaptation
Fireman Save My Child (1932)
Story and Adapted
20,000 Years in Sing Sing (1932)
Adaptation
One Way Passage (1932)
Story
Her Majesty Love (1931)
Adaptation
Local Boy Makes Good (1931)
Adaptation
Big Business Girl (1931)
Adaptation
Manhattan Parade (1931)
Adaptation
Five Star Final (1931)
Adaptation
The Finger Points (1931)
Adaptation
The Ruling Voice (1931)
Adaptation
Hold Everything (1930)
Screenwriter
She Couldn't Say No (1930)
Scen
She Couldn't Say No (1930)
Dial
Hardboiled Rose (1929)
Scen
Gold Diggers of Broadway (1929)
Scen
The Million Dollar Collar (1929)
Scen
So Long Letty (1929)
Adaptation
The Time, the Place, and the Girl (1929)
Screenwriter
Kid Gloves (1929)
Scen
On With the Show (1929)
Scen
No Defense (1929)
Scen
The Sap (1929)
Screenwriter
The Aviator (1929)
Scen
The Million Dollar Collar (1929)
Story
Gold Diggers of Broadway (1929)
Dial
On With the Show (1929)
Dial
The Aviator (1929)
Dial
Hardboiled Rose (1929)
Dial
The Sap (1929)
Dial
The Time, the Place, and the Girl (1929)
Dial
Kid Gloves (1929)
Titles
The Million Dollar Collar (1929)
Dial
The Greyhound Limited (1929)
Dial
So Long Letty (1929)
Dial
Kid Gloves (1929)
Dial
Beware of Bachelors (1928)
Scen
The Lion and the Mouse (1928)
Scen
The Little Snob (1928)
Scen
The Matinee Idol (1928)
Story
My Man (1928)
Scen
Powder My Back (1928)
Scen
Women They Talk About (1928)
Scen
Beyond the Sierras (1928)
Screenwriter
Detectives (1928)
Story
On Trial (1928)
Scen
Five and Ten Cent Annie (1928)
Scen
On Trial (1928)
Dial
Beware of Bachelors (1928)
Dial
On Trial (1928)
Titles
Detectives (1928)
Cont
Women They Talk About (1928)
Dial
The Lion and the Mouse (1928)
Dial
If I Were Single (1927)
Scen
For Ladies Only (1927)
Scen
The Swell-Head (1927)
Screenwriter
A Reno Divorce (1927)
Scen
If I Were Single (1927)
Story
The Johnstown Flood (1926)
Scen
Tony Runs Wild (1926)
Scen
The Johnstown Flood (1926)
Story
The Lucky Horseshoe (1925)
Story

Producer (Feature Film)

Sirocco (1951)
Producer
The Family Secret (1951)
Producer
In a Lonely Place (1950)
Producer
Tokyo Joe (1949)
Producer
And Baby Makes Three (1949)
Producer
Knock on Any Door (1949)
Producer
High Wall (1948)
Producer
Wings for the Eagle (1942)
Producer
Footsteps in the Dark (1941)
Associate Producer
Shining Victory (1941)
Associate Producer
One Foot in Heaven (1941)
Associate Producer
Dive Bomber (1941)
Associate Producer
No Time for Comedy (1940)
Associate Producer
The Letter (1940)
Associate Producer
Brother Rat and a Baby (1940)
Associate Producer
On Your Toes (1939)
Associate Producer
Dodge City (1939)
Associate Producer
Confessions of a Nazi Spy (1939)
Associate Producer
The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939)
Associate Producer
Brother Rat (1938)
Associate Producer
The Amazing Doctor Clitterhouse (1938)
Supervisor
Women Are Like That (1938)
Associate Producer
The Dawn Patrol (1938)
Associate Producer
Black Legion (1937)
Producer
The Prince and the Pauper (1937)
Associate Producer
Tovarich (1937)
Associate Producer
That Certain Woman (1937)
Associate Producer
The Singing Kid (1936)
Producer
Stage Struck (1936)
Supervisor
Colleen (1936)
Supervisor
Give Me Your Heart (1936)
Supervisor
Dr. Socrates (1935)
Supervisor
Page Miss Glory (1935)
Supervisor
Oil for the Lamps of China (1935)
Supervisor
Gold Diggers of 1935 (1935)
Supervisor
Bordertown (1935)
Supervisor
Black Fury (1935)
Supervisor
As the Earth Turns (1934)
Supervisor
Dames (1934)
Supervisor
Flirtation Walk (1934)
Supervisor
The Merry Frinks (1934)
Producer
The Man with Two Faces (1934)
Producer
Fog over Frisco (1934)
Supervisor
Wonder Bar (1934)
Supervisor
Jimmy the Gent (1934)
Producer
A Very Honorable Guy (1934)
Supervisor
Dark Hazard (1934)
Supervisor
Upper World (1934)
Supervisor
He Was Her Man (1934)
Producer
Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933)
Supervisor
20,000 Years in Sing Sing (1932)
Associate Producer

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Out of Time (2000)
Driver
The Halfback of Notre Dame (1996)
Driver
Man With a Gun (1996)
Driver
Past Perfect (1996)
Driver
Hard Evidence (1995)
Driver
Just One of the Girls (1993)
Driver
Mystery Date (1991)
Production Assistant

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Black Legion (1936) — (Movie Clip) How’d You Like The Picture Betty (Ann Sheridan) after the movies steamrolls factory worker Ed (Dick Foran) into the proposal for which she’s been angling, at the soda shop, Pat C. Flick the proprietor Nick, and Helen Flint as the brassy widow at the counter, in the progressive Warner Bros. melodrama Black Legion, 1937.
Black Legion (1936) - Do I Have To Say This? Xenophobic factory worker Frank (Humphrey Bogart) hesitates a little, being sworn into his new anti-immigrant club, hooded Hargrave (Alonzo Price) officiating, in Warner Bros.' Black Legion, 1936.
Tokyo Joe (1949) - Close To The Bar Opening scenes from the second feature from Humphrey Bogart's startup Santana Pictures, including the first footage (second-unit exteriors, seen here) shot by an American company in Japan since the war, with the star as would-be saloon owner Joe Barrett, arriving in town in Tokyo Joe, 1949.
Tokyo Joe (1949) - Lost Your Corkscrew? Different standards for stunt doubles in those days, but a robust, energetic piece directed by Stuart Heisler, as American Joe (Humphrey Bogart, working for his own Santana Productions company) arrives at his old Tokyo gin joint for a reunion with partner Ito (Teru Shimada), early in Tokyo Joe, 1949.
Tokyo Joe (1949) - I Got Wise To Myself Just returned to Tokyo, American Joe (Humphrey Bogart) drops in to visit Trina (Florence Marley), the wife he abandoned before the war, and whom he had believed was dead, in Tokyo Joe, 1949, the second film from Bogart's own Santana Productions.
Hard To Handle (1933) - It Ain't Humanely Possible Joining director Mervyn LeRoy’s breakneck opening, Allen Jenkins the MC at an outrageous Hollywood dance marathon, the last two couples standing are (second-billed) Mary Brian with Matt McHugh and Sterling Holloway with Mary Doran, before we meet the promoter, above-the-title billed James Cagney as Lefty, in Warner Bros.’ Hard To Handle, 1933.
Hard To Handle (1933) - The Public Is Like A Cow All pace in the first scene for star James Cagney as Hollywood PR man Lefty, backstage at his dance marathon contest, scheming with his pretty distracted partner Mac (John Sheehan), in Hard To Handle, 1933, story by Houston Branch, screenplay by Bob Lord and Wilson Mizner.
Hard To Handle (1933) - Your Mother Doesn't Own A Gun, Does She? Hollywood widow landlady Ruth Donnelly is looking to scam a furniture buyer (William H. Strauss) while her daughter Ruth (Mary Brian) is still soaking her feet, after winning a dance marathon, with some help from her promoter boyfriend Lefty (James Cagney), who was himself robbed of the prize she was supposed to get, in Hard To Handle, 1933.
You Said A Mouthful (1932) - The Sharks Won't Like The Flavor Nearing the end, Joe E. Brown, a nerd non-swimmer, mistaken for a Canadian champ, thinking he’s wearing the unsinkable swimsuit he invented, with sidekick Farina, desperate to impress Ginger Rogers as heiress Alice, getting ready for the big race from Catalina Island, Preston Foster his rival Ed, in You Said A Mouthful, 1932.
That Certain Woman (1937) - Nice Day For The Ducks Ian Hunter is lawyer Rogers, intervening to stop creepy reporter Whitaker (Hugh O’Connell) from printing a story about the personal history of his much valued secretary Mary (Bette Davis), when his friend, and her would-be boyfriend, Henry Fonda as playboy Jack, turns up, early in That Certain Woman, 1937.
That Certain Woman (1937) - Of Course It Hurts Better than an hour into proceedings, the first appearance for third-billed Anita Louise as “Flip,” the gracious disabled society-girl wife of Jack (Henry Fonda, not seen) visiting Bette Davis as his first wife, their marriage annulled, who just told him about their son, in writer-director Edmund Goulding’s That Certain Woman, 1937.
Black Fury (1935) - Shut Up About The Union! Early events, inside the coal mine Warner Bros. built at the ranch in Calabsas, Ca., John Qualen as honest Mike gets in a spat with newcomer Kroner (J. Carrol Naish) about their union, which gets the attention of popular Joe (Paul Muni), who’s more excited about his wedding, in Black Fury. 1935.

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