Fred Niblo Jr.


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

Convicted (1950)
Screenwriter
Incident (1949)
Screenwriter
Bodyguard (1948)
Screenwriter
In This Corner (1948)
Screenwriter
Johnny Comes Flying Home (1946)
Contract Writer
Tampico (1944)
Screenwriter
Four Jills in a Jeep (1944)
Story
The Falcon in Danger (1943)
Screenwriter
You Can't Escape Forever (1942)
Screenwriter
The Wagons Roll at Night (1941)
Screenwriter
Nine Lives Are Not Enough (1941)
Screenwriter
Father's Son (1941)
Screenwriter
Three Sons O'Guns (1941)
Original Screenplay
Passage from HongKong (1941)
Screenwriter
Strange Alibi (1941)
Contract Writer
You're in the Army Now (1941)
Contr to Screenplay const
East of the River (1940)
Screenwriter
An Angel from Texas (1940)
Screenwriter
The Fighting 69th (1940)
Original Screenplay
A Fugitive from Justice (1940)
Contract Writer
River's End (1940)
Contr to trmt
Cowboy Quarterback (1939)
Screenwriter
Hell's Kitchen (1939)
Screenwriter
No Place to Go (1939)
Screenwriter
Waterfront (1939)
Contr to trmt
Little Miss Roughneck (1938)
Screenwriter
Penitentiary (1938)
Screenwriter
City Streets (1938)
Screenwriter
When G-Men Step In (1938)
Contract Writer
Little Miss Roughneck (1938)
Story
Motor Madness (1937)
Screenwriter
Counsel for Crime (1937)
Screenwriter
All-American Sweetheart (1937)
Screenwriter
The Game That Kills (1937)
Screenwriter
Find the Witness (1937)
Screenwriter
The Devil Is Driving (1937)
Contract Writer
Lady from Nowhere (1936)
Screenwriter
Roaming Lady (1936)
Screenwriter
You May Be Next! (1936)
Screenwriter
The Man Who Lived Twice (1936)
Screenwriter
Escape from Devil's Island (1935)
Screenwriter
Unknown Woman (1935)
Screenwriter
Death Flies East (1935)
Screenwriter
Among the Missing (1934)
Screenwriter
The Hell Cat (1934)
Screenwriter
Name the Woman (1934)
Screenwriter
Whom the Gods Destroy (1934)
Adaptation
Fugitive Lady (1934)
Story and Screenplay
King of the Jungle (1933)
Screenwriter
As Husbands Go (1933)
Contract Writer
Flying Down to Rio (1933)
Contract Writer
Ladies Must Love (1933)
Contract Writer
El código penal (1931)
Screenwriter
The Criminal Code (1931)
Adapted and added dial
Ex-Bad Boy (1931)
Dial
The Virtuous Husband (1931)
Dial
The Woman Racket (1930)
Titles

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Criminal Code, The (1931) - Between Me And The Boys New warden Brady (Walter Huston) being awesome stepping into the yard,facing down inmate Tex (an un-credited actor), in Howard Hawks' The Criminal Code, 1931.
Criminal Code, The (1931) - They Framed Me Stoolie "Runch" (Clark Marshall) worried he may be the cause of the ruckus in the yard, begging inmate Bob (Phillips Holmes), much fancy montage, whereupon trusty Galloway (Boris Karloff) intervenes, in Howard Hawks' The Criminal Code, 1931.
Convicted (1950) - Murder Was Not Your Intent Glenn Ford as Joe who accidentally killed a big-shot’s son in a bar fight, gets sentenced as his lame employer-hired lawyer (Roland Winters) gets chewed out by the compassionate D-A Knowland (Broderick Crawford), Griff Barnett his sad father, Dorothy Malone, 13 years Crawford’s junior, as his daughter, Millard Mitchell the other convict on the train, in Convicted, 1950.
Convicted (1950) - I Said Prosecute Not Persecute Glenn Ford as Joe, sent up for accidentally killing a guy in a bar fight, now in trouble for slugging a guard, with Broderick Crawford as Knowland, the D-A who prosecuted him, now warden of the prison, consoling him about his father’s death and introducing his fetching daughter-assistant (Dorothy Malone), in Convicted, 1950
Fighting 69th, The (1940) - Rainbow Division Fictional recruit Plunkett (James Cagney) and "real" Father Duffy (Pat O'Brien) have just met when a brawl breaks out between troops from New York and Alabama, settled by another patriotic historical figure, then-major "Wild Bill" Donovan (George Brent), early in The Fighting 69th, 1940.
Fighting 69th, The (1940) - How's All The Monks? Christmas day in France, 1917, soldiers chilling when Father Duffy (Pat O'Brien) drops in to visit still-misbehaving Plunkett (James Cagney), in Warner Bros.' The Fighting 69th, 1940.
Waterfront (1939) - The Will Of The People Opening scene introduces do-gooder Ann (Gloria Dickson) with Frankie (Larry Williams) who's a pal of longshoreman's boss Jim (Dennis Morgan), who's taking guff from his kid brother (Arthur Gardner), all good until rival Ward Bond picks a fight, in the Warner Bros. programmer Waterfront, 1939.
Waterfront (1939) - Not Very Much To Be Proud Of Jailed hot-head dockworker's union rep Jim (Dennis Morgan) gets a talking-to from the new local priest (Aldrich Bowker), which he's in no mood to explain to his brother (Arthur Gardner) and Frankie (Larry Williams), the colleague he accidentally clobbered, when they come to bring him home, in the low-rent Warner Bros. crime drama Waterfront, 1939.
Fighting 69th, The (1940) - Bayonet Practice Wise guy Plunkett (James Cagney) cutting up, buddy Burke (Frank McHugh) in tow, taking his physical at Camp Mills, NY, 1917, then tangling with Sergeant Wynn (Alan Hale), early in Warner Bros.' pre-war hit The Fighting 69th, 1940, also starring Pat O'Brien.

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