Seton I. Miller


Screenwriter

Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

Pete's Dragon (2016)
Source Material
Pete's Dragon (1977)
From Story
Pete's Dragon (1977)
Story By
Confessions of an Opium Eater (1962)
Writ (see note)
The Last Mile (1959)
Screenwriter
Istanbul (1957)
Screenwriter
Istanbul (1957)
Story
The Shanghai Story (1954)
Screenwriter
Bengal Brigade (1954)
Adaptation
The Mississippi Gambler (1953)
Story and Screenplay
The Man Who Cheated Himself (1951)
Screenwriter
Queen for a Day (1951)
Screenwriter
The Man Who Cheated Himself (1951)
From a story by
Convicted (1950)
Screenwriter
Fighter Squadron (1948)
Writer
Calcutta (1947)
Wrt for the Screenplay by
Singapore (1947)
Screenwriter
Singapore (1947)
Original Story
Two Years Before the Mast (1946)
Screenwriter
Ministry of Fear (1944)
Screenwriter
My Gal Sal (1942)
Screenwriter
The Black Swan (1942)
Adaptation
The Black Swan (1942)
Screenwriter
This Woman Is Mine (1941)
Screenwriter
Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941)
Screenwriter
Castle on the Hudson (1940)
Screenwriter
The Sea Hawk (1940)
Screenwriter
Dust Be My Destiny (1939)
Contr to Screenplay and dial
The Dawn Patrol (1938)
Screenwriter
Valley of the Giants (1938)
Screenwriter
The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938)
Screenwriter
Penitentiary (1938)
Screenwriter
Kid Galahad (1937)
Screenwriter
Back in Circulation (1937)
Additional Dialogue
The Great O'Malley (1937)
Contr to Screenplay const
San Quentin (1937)
Contr to Screenplay const
Marked Woman (1937)
Additional Dialogue
Two in the Dark (1936)
Screenwriter
Bullets or Ballots (1936)
Screenwriter
The Leathernecks Have Landed (1936)
Screenwriter
Bullets or Ballots (1936)
Story
'G' Men (1935)
Story and Screenplay
It Happened in New York (1935)
Screenwriter
Murder on a Honeymoon (1935)
Screenwriter
The Frisco Kid (1935)
Story and Screenplay
Thunder in the Night (1935)
Contr to Screenplay const
Murder in Trinidad (1934)
Screenwriter
Charlie Chan's Courage (1934)
Screenwriter
The St. Louis Kid (1934)
Screenwriter
Marie Galante (1934)
Contr to dial
Midnight Club (1933)
Screenwriter
The Eagle and the Hawk (1933)
Screenwriter
Master of Men (1933)
Screenwriter
Gambling Ship (1933)
Screenwriter
Murders in the Zoo (1933)
[Wrt] by
The Last Mile (1932)
Screenwriter
Hot Saturday (1932)
Screenwriter
Once in a Lifetime (1932)
Adaptation
Scarface (1932)
Cont and dial
The Crowd Roars (1932)
Screenwriter
If I Had a Million (1932)
Contract Writer
El código penal (1931)
Screenwriter
The Criminal Code (1931)
Adapted and added dial
Today (1930)
Scen
The Lone Star Ranger (1930)
Scen
Harmony at Home (1930)
Adaptation
The Dawn Patrol (1930)
Adapted and dial
Harmony at Home (1930)
Cont
The Far Call (1929)
Scen
A Girl in Every Port (1928)
Scen
Fazil (1928)
Scen
The Girl-Shy Cowboy (1928)
Story
The Air Circus (1928)
Scen
The Cowboy Kid (1928)
Story
Wolf Fangs (1927)
Scen
High School Hero (1927)
Scen
2 Girls Wanted (1927)
Scen
Paid To Love (1927)
Scen
Wolf Fangs (1927)
Story

Producer (Feature Film)

Try and Get Me! (1951)
Associate Producer
Queen for a Day (1951)
Associate Producer
Fighter Squadron (1948)
Producer
Calcutta (1947)
Producer
California (1947)
Producer
Two Years Before the Mast (1946)
Associate Producer
The Bride Wore Boots (1946)
Producer
Ministry of Fear (1944)
Associate Producer

Writer (Short)

Trial by Trigger (1944)
Writer (Uncredited)

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Kid Galahad (1937) - He Used To Be A Farmer Harry Carey as trainer Silver has been sent by the girlfriend of his promoter boss (Bette Davis and Edward G. Robinson, not seen here) to hide novice prize-fighter Ward (Wayne Morris, title character) with Edward G’s mom (Soledad Jimenez) and, not previously mentioned, kid sister Marie (Jane Bryan), Michael Curtiz directing, in Warner Bros.’ Kid Galahad, 1937.
Kid Galahad (1937) - Sugar Is Going For Gooseberry Crooked fight manager Morgan (Humphrey Bogart) arrives at the party thrown by rival Nick (Edward G. Robinson), whom he’s just-about ruined, girlfriend Bette Davis smoothing things over, all the gals swooning over the just-introduced title character bellhop Guisenberry (Wayne Morris), in Kid Galahad, 1937.
Try And Get Me! (1951) - At Least We Weren't Beggars! Back in his hometown after failing to find work in a neighboring California city, we learn more about Howard (Frank Lovejoy), with wife Judy (Kathleen Ryan) and son Tommy (Donald Smelick), early in Try And Get Me!, 1951, from a novel and screenplay by Jo Pagano.
Man Who Cheated Himself, The (1950) - You're A Big Girl Now Money scenes, as San Francisco police detective Ed (Lee J. Cobb) arrives to calm down his wealthy married lover Lois (Jane Wyatt), who rightly suspects her husband (Harlan Warde), despite having left for the airport, is plotting to kill her, violence and quick thinking ensuing, in The Man Who Cheated Himself, 1951.
Crowd Roars, The (1932) - You're Under Contract Joining director Howard Hawks’ action, exteriors shot apparently at Ventura Speedway near Los Angeles, famous pro driver Joe (James Cagney) toying with ambitious younger brother Eddie (Eric Linden), their first run on a track together, in Warner Bros.’ The Crowd Roars, 1932.
Crowd Roars, The (1932) - You Don't Always Get Killed Champion race driver Joe (James Cagney) with sidekick Spud (Frank McHugh) back at the hometown auto shop for the first time in years with dad (Guy Kibbee) and kid brother (Eric Linden) who, it transpires, has ambitions to become a top driver himself, in Warner Bros.’ The Crowd Roars, 1932.
Crowd Roars, The (1932) - Roaring For Blood Warner Bros. pace opening the James Cagney car-racing drama, the star with his sidekick Spud (Frank McHugh) on a train, headed to his hometown after winning the Indianapolis 500, pausing for girlfriend Lee (Ann Dvorak) to tell us the moral score, in Howard Hawks’ The Crowd Roars, 1932.
Scarface (1932) - He Come To A Dead Stop Just sprung after offing a rival gangster, Tony Camonte (Paul Muni) visits his boss Johnny (Osgood Perkins) and meets girlfriend Poppy (Karen Morley), early in Howard Hawks' Scarface, 1932.
Scarface (1932) - Where's Camonte? Buddy Rinaldo (George Raft) on sort-of lookout duty in the barber shop, when the chief detective (Edwin Maxwell) intrudes, and Tony Camonte (Paul Muni) unveils himself, early in Howard Hawks' Scarface, 1932.
Scarface (1932) - I Don't Hear So Good Tony (Paul Muni) is romancing Poppy (Karen Morley), then thrilled by a drive-by shooting, then off with pals (George Raft, Vince Barnett) to visit boss Johnny (Osgood Perkins), director Howard Hawks gunning it, in Scarface, 1932.
Scarface (1932) - An Indictment Of Gang Rule Opening with what became a standard disclaimer, director Howard Hawks introduces gangster Costillo (Harry Vejar) for his only scene, and star Paul Muni in silhouette, in Scarface, 1932.
Man Who Cheated Himself, The (1950) - He's Bought A Gun We’ve just met John Dall as eager new San Francisco homicide detective Andy Cullen, and Lee J. Cobb as his brother Ed, who’ll be supervising him, and who offers his wedding gift, then phones his anxious married mistress Lois (Jane Wyatt), having deduced that she called earlier, then meets the fianceè Janet (Lisa Howard), early in The Man Who Cheated Himself, 1951.

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