Sarah Y. Mason


Screenwriter

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Little Women (1933) - March Dining Room Theatre Author, producer and performer Jo (Katharine Hepburn) organizing sisters (Joan Bennett, Jean Parker, Frances Dee) for the Massachusetts March family Christmas pageant, staged by George Cukor in Little Women, 1933.
Stella Dallas (1937) - That Iceberg-ey Way New mother Barbara Stanwyck (title character) with working class pal Ed (Alan Hale), her background showing, as increasingly snooty husband Stephen (John Boles) returns home, in Stella Dallas, 1937.
Stella Dallas (1937) - Like The People In The Movie Social climber Barbara Stanwyck (title character) at the movies with blue-blood Stephen (John Boles), who's charmed for now, early in King Vidor's Stella Dallas, 1937.
Stella Dallas (1937) - Stella's Got A Fella! Opening scene, Barbara Stanwyck (title character) setting her cap for impoverished society man Stephen (John Boles), then arguing with her working-class brother (George Wolcott), from King Vidor's Stella Dallas, 1937.
Stella Dallas (1937) - The Galleries And Museums Some years after her last scene, Barbara Stanwyck (title character), still residing in industrial Central Mass., takes in sewing (Lillian Yarbo her maid/assistant), grumbles that her estranged successful New York husband sends books for the birthday of her daughter, who has grown up to be Anne Shirley, bringing her teacher (Ann Shoemaker) home to visit, in Stella Dallas, 1937.
Magnificent Obsession (1954) - The Toast I'd Give You Two We meet daughter Joyce (Barbara Rush) and Helen (Jane Wyman) the second wife of Dr. Phillips, at whose home and clinic we know there is an emergency and where we meet nurse Nancy (Agnes Moorehead) and Dr. Dodge (Richard H. Cutting), early in Douglas Sirk's Magnificent Obsession, 1954.
Magnificent Obsession (1954) - Don't Look Shocked Fuming playboy Bob (Rock Hudson) hospitalized with Dr. Dodge (Richard H. Cutting) and nurse Nancy (Agnes Moorehead), unaware that not only is the head doctor (Phillips) dead but, through his own reckless accident, he helped cause his demise, in Douglas Sirk's Magnificent Obsession, 1954.
Magnificent Obsession (1954) - I'll Never Have To See Him Again Rich bachelor Bob (Rock Hudson), hurt in a speedboat wreck, has discharged himself from a small hospital and finds out that Joyce (Jane Wyman), who picks him up, is the wife of the chief doctor whose death, he further learns, he helped cause, in Douglas Sirk's Magnificent Obsession, 1954.
Shopworn (1932) - Study Of The Human Body After routine jousting with the coarser college crowd led by Toby (Robert Alden) waitress Kitty (Barbara Stanwyck) has an adversarial but promising tiff with studious David (Regis Toomey), in Shopworn, 1932.
Shopworn (1932) - I'm Not Cheap, I'm Not Common! Society doyenne Mrs. Livingston (Clara Blandick) and friend Judge Forbes (Oscar Apfel) drop in on working-class Kitty (Barbara Stanwyck) where her college-man son David Livingston (Regis Toomey) delivers shocking news, in Shopworn, 1932.
Broadway Melody, The (1929) - Title Song The opening to MGM’s first all-talking picture, also a full-on musical and the first in the series, Manhattan aerials, finding leading man Charles King (as “Eddie”) in presumably a Tin Pan Alley song mill, and composer (with Arthur Freed), Nacio Herb Brown on piano, in The Broadway Melody, 1929.
Little Women (1949) - You're On Fire! Jo (June Allyson) in her first rather forward visit with Laurie (Peter Lawford), the well-to-do but lonesome young man next door to the March girls of Concord, Mass., in MGM's Little Women, 1949, from the Louisa May Alcott novel.

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Victor Heerman
Husband
Screenwriter, director.

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