Tom Reed


Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Buck Privates (1941)
Lieutenant

Writer (Feature Film)

Back to God's Country (1953)
Screenwriter
Soldiers Three (1951)
Screenwriter
The Light Touch (1951)
Suggested by a story by
David Harding, Counterspy (1950)
Story and Screenplay
Red Stallion in the Rockies (1949)
Writer
The Untamed Breed (1948)
Screenwriter
The Spirit of West Point (1947)
Wrt for the Screenplay by
Moss Rose (1947)
Screenwriter
Up in Mabel's Room (1944)
Screen Adapted
Two Tickets to London (1943)
Screenwriter
The Spoilers (1942)
Screenwriter
Hello Annapolis (1942)
Story
Hello Annapolis (1942)
Screenwriter
Pittsburgh (1942)
Screenwriter
The Loves of Edgar Allan Poe (1942)
Screenwriter
Pittsburgh (1942)
Original Story
Calling Philo Vance (1940)
Screenwriter
The Man Who Talked Too Much (1940)
Screenwriter
Flowing Gold (1940)
Contr to Screenplay const
On Dress Parade (1939)
Original Screenplay
Youth Takes a Fling (1938)
Story
Youth Takes a Fling (1938)
Contr to dial
The Great O'Malley (1937)
Screenwriter
Marry the Girl (1937)
Screenwriter
San Quentin (1937)
Contr to trmt
The Captain's Kid (1936)
Screenwriter
The Case of the Velvet Claws (1936)
Screenwriter
Love Begins at Twenty (1936)
Screenwriter
Gold Diggers of 1937 (1936)
Contr to Screenplay const
The Case of the Curious Bride (1935)
Screenwriter
Mary Jane's Pa (1935)
Screenwriter
The Florentine Dagger (1935)
Screenwriter
Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Contract Writer
Bombay Mail (1934)
Screenwriter
The Man with Two Faces (1934)
Screenwriter
Babbitt (1934)
Adaptation
Love Birds (1934)
Contract Writer
Laughter in Hell (1933)
Screenwriter
S.O.S. Iceberg (1933)
Screenwriter
Law and Order (1932)
Screenwriter
Radio Patrol (1932)
Screenwriter
Afraid to Talk (1932)
Screenwriter
Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932)
Screenwriter
Waterloo Bridge (1931)
Screenwriter
Lasca of the Rio Grande (1931)
Story
The Homicide Squad (1931)
Screenplay and dial
Don Juan diplomático (1931)
Screenwriter
Reckless Living (1931)
Adaptation
Bad Sister (1931)
Cont
East Is West (1930)
Screenwriter
The Boudoir Diplomat (1930)
Screenwriter
Hell's Heroes (1930)
Adapted and dial
Night Ride (1930)
Dial
The Boudoir Diplomat (1930)
Dial
East Is West (1930)
Additional Dialogue
The Storm (1930)
Dial
Synthetic Sin (1929)
Titles
The Charlatan (1929)
Titles
The Last Performance (1929)
Titles
The Last Warning (1929)
Titles
Lonesome (1929)
Titles
Lonesome (1929)
Dial
The Girl on the Barge (1929)
Titles
Show Boat (1929)
Dial and titles
Scandal (1929)
Dial
Broadway (1929)
Titles
The Charlatan (1929)
Dial
The Last Warning (1929)
Dial
The Girl on the Barge (1929)
Dial
Midnight Rose (1928)
Titles
Finders Keepers (1928)
Titles
The First Kiss (1928)
Titles
Good Morning, Judge (1928)
Titles
The Grip of the Yukon (1928)
Titles
Thanks for the Buggy Ride (1928)
Titles
Stop That Man (1928)
Titles
Red Lips (1928)
Titles
The Rawhide Kid (1928)
Titles
A Trick of Hearts (1928)
Titles
Galloping Fury (1927)
Titles
The Lone Eagle (1927)
Titles
Out All Night (1927)
Titles
Wild Beauty (1927)
Titles
Painted Ponies (1927)
Titles
A Man's Past (1927)
Titles
The Phantom of the Opera (1925)
Titles
The Acquittal (1923)
Cont

Producer (Feature Film)

Bad Guy (1937)
Producer

Art Director (Feature Film)

New Year's Day (2000)
Art Director

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

The Spirit of West Point (1947)
Narr

Cast (Special)

There Were Times, Dear (1987)

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Spoilers, The (1942) - You Disappointed Corpse, You! Nome, Alaska, 1900, with escort Bronco (Richard Barthelmess), saloon owner Cherry (Marlene Dietrich) meets boyfriend Roy (John Wayne) at the boat, not expecting pretty Helen (Margaret Lindsay) with her uncle the judge (Harry Carey), as clowny miners Flapjack and Banty (Russell Simpson, George Cleveland) get into trouble, in The Spoilers, 1942, from a Rex Beach novel.
Spoilers, The (1942) - The Only Luck In Poker Evening in the saloon run by shimmering Cherry (Marlene Dietrich) in Nome, Alaska, who chats testily with her mine owner boyfriend Roy (John Wayne), who's just back in town, joined by the new gold commissioner McNamara (Randolph Scott), and trouble, in The Spoilers, 1942.
Case Of The Curious Bride, The (1935) - I Know A Little Jiu Jitsu Arriving with sidekick Spuds (Allen Jenkins) at the San Francisco airport, lawyer Perry Mason (Warren William) manages to intercept ex-girlfriend Rhoda (Margaret Lindsay), now a murder suspect, before the cops (Barton MacLane et al) can grab her, in The Case Of The Curious Bride, 1935.
Case Of The Curious Bride, The (1935) - Gregory Moxley (Errol Flynn) SPOILER here as it reveals the killer in the Warner Bros.’ Perry Mason mystery, Warren William in the title role accuses Donald Woods as young Montaine, who explains he’s not actually guilty, flashing back to the first credited Hollywood appearance for Tasmanian-born Errol Flynn, in The Case Of The Curious Bride, 1935.
Case Of The Curious Bride, The (1935) - You Like Women A Lot Fresh off a big court win, celebrating by cooking at his favorite San Francisco restaurant, Warren William as Perry Mason receives unexpected old squeeze Rhoda (Margaret Lindsay) who’s “asking for a friend,” in The Case Of The Curious Bride, 1935, the second in the Warner Bros. series.
Waterloo Bridge (1931) - This Your First Air Raid? On the titular bridge from the same angle seen in MGM's better-known remake, American working-girl Myra (Mae Clarke) meets a dotty pedlar (Rita Carlisle) then Roy (Kent Douglass), an American serving with the Canadians, during a WWI London Zeppelin raid, in James Whale's Waterloo Bridge, 1931.
Waterloo Bridge (1931) - Nothing Will Come Of It Roy (Kent Douglass) is an American stationed in England during WWI, visiting the country home of his mother (Enid Bennett) and English stepfather (Frederick Kerr) but the scene belongs to his sister, Bette Davis, in her last of three films for Universal, the original Waterloo Bridge, 1931.
Waterloo Bridge (1931) - I'd Still Be A Chorus Girl Second scene in director James Whale's second film, two years after American Myra (Mae Clarke) was last on stage, now turning tricks with pal Kitty (Doris Lloyd) in London's West End, ca. 1915, in Universal's largely faithful adaptation of Robert E. Sherwood's play, Waterloo Bridge, 1931.
Spoilers, The (1942) - You Could Show Me Around Cherry (Marlene Dietrich), an enterprising saloon owner in Nome, Alaska, 1900, drops in on the town clerk (Chester Clute) to check some mine claims and is surprised to meet the eager new gold commissioner McNamara (Randolph Scott), early in The Spoilers, 1942, also starring John Wayne.
Man With Two Faces, The - Living On Women Friend Daphne (Mae Clarke) is kicked out as actor Damon (Edward G. Robinson) drops in on brother-in-law Stanley (Louis Calhern), long presumed dead, but now resuming his weird control of actress wife Jessica (Mary Astor), in The Man With Two Faces, 1934.
Murders In The Rue Morgue (1932) - Hairless White Apes Paris, 1845, Pierre (Leon Waycoff) and Camille (Sidney Fox) on a date, also pal Paul (Bert Roach), lured into a show introduced by Doctor Mirakle (Bela Lugosi), in Universal's Murders In The Rue Morgue, 1932, from the Edgar Allan Poe story.
Murders In The Rue Morgue (1932) - Bride Of Science Rescued from a street crime-scene, the "Woman Of The Streets" (Arlene Francis) finds herself not much safer in the hands of Doctor Mirakle (Bela Lugosi), who's working with ape blood, Janos (Noble Johnson) assisting, early in Murders In The Rue Morgue, 1932.

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