Lynn Starling


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

Three Little Girls in Blue (1946)
Adaptation
The Time, the Place and the Girl (1946)
Screenwriter
It's a Pleasure! (1945)
Screenwriter
The Climax (1944)
Screenwriter
The Impostor (1944)
Additional Dialogue
Wintertime (1943)
Screenwriter
Footlight Serenade (1942)
Screenwriter
Kisses for Breakfast (1941)
Contract Writer
Moon Over Miami (1941)
Adaptation
A Night at Earl Carroll's (1940)
Original story and Screenplay
He Married His Wife (1940)
Screenwriter
The Cat and the Canary (1939)
Screenwriter
Thanks for the Memory (1938)
Screenwriter
Three Blind Mice (1938)
Screenwriter
Women of Glamour (1937)
Screenwriter
Let's Get Married (1937)
Contr to Screenplay const
As Good As Married (1937)
Screenwriter
Music for Madame (1937)
Contr to Screenplay const
Give Us This Night (1936)
Screenwriter
More Than a Secretary (1936)
Screenwriter
Robin Hood of El Dorado (1936)
Contract Writer
Magnificent Obsession (1936)
Contract Writer
Piccadilly Jim (1936)
Contr to dial
Private Worlds (1935)
Screenplay and Adapted
Shanghai (1935)
Original Screenplay
The President Vanishes (1935)
Dial
Down to Their Last Yacht (1934)
Screenwriter
You Belong to Me (1934)
Contr to Screenplay const
Love Time (1934)
Adaptation
3 on a Honeymoon (1934)
Contract Writer
Second Hand Wife (1933)
Contract Writer
Torch Singer (1933)
Screenwriter
My Lips Betray (1933)
Contract Writer
The First Year (1932)
Screenwriter
Cynara (1932)
Adaptation
Back Street (1932)
Dial
Meet the Wife (1931)
Story
¿Conoces a tu mujer? (1931)
Screenwriter
Their Mad Moment (1931)
Contract Writer
Always Goodbye (1931)
Cont and dial
Transatlantic (1931)
Additional Dialogue
A Connecticut Yankee (1931)
Contract Writer
Don't Bet on Women (1931)
Screenplay and dial
Cuando el amor ríe (1930)
Screenwriter
Oh, For a Man (1930)
Screenwriter
Oh, For a Man (1930)
Dial
Cuando el amor ríe (1930)
Story

Music (Feature Film)

Love Time (1934)
Composer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Cat And The Canary, The (1939) - Psychology Of Fear Distant cousins Cicily (Nydia Westman) and actor Wally (Bob Hope) securing their ancestor's creepy bayou mansion, after learning that Joyce (Paulette Goddard), visited by the executor Crosby (George Zucco), got all his money, in the horror-comedy The Cat And The Canary, 1939.
Cat And The Canary, The (1939) - Sleep With Those Pebbles Distant relatives Joyce (Paulette Goddard) and radio-actor Wally (Bob Hope), at the spooky bayou mansion where everyone has just learned that she's the sole heir of the owner, are on the trail of jewels said to be stashed on the premises, in The Cat And The Canary, 1939.
More Than A Secretary - Stimulates The Liver Secretarial school owner Carol (Jean Arthur), working incognito at "Body And Brain" magazine, with fitness chief Ernest (Lionel Stander) and boss Fred (George Brent), in More Than A Secretary, 1936.
Don't Bet On Women (1931) - I Swallowed A Fish Roger (Edmund Lowe) and Chip (J.M. Kerrigan) are about to go yachting, to get away from women in general, when Kentuckian Tallulah (Una Merkel) swims by, pre-Code innuendo ensuing, early in director William K. Howard’s Don’t Bet On Women, co-starring Jeanette MacDonald.
Don't Bet On Women (1931) - That Bet Is On! Offended lawyer and host Drake (Roland Young) is upset at his client and guest Fallon (Edmund Lowe) for suggesting he could seduce any woman, proposing a bet into which his own virtuous wife (Jeanette MacDonald) unknowingly walks, the main premise, in Don’t Bet On Women, 1931
Don't Bet On Women (1931) - Some Of Them Are Worse Joining the opening scene, jaded New Yorker Roger (Edmund Lowe), in from an evening with Chip (J.M. Kerrigan), bemoans the qualities of women and congratulates his butler (James T. Mack) on fending off a few, in Don’t Bet On Women, 1931, newly restored by TCM and the Museum of Modern Art.
Don't Bet On Women (1931) - Nothing Lovable About Me The agendas of bored playboy Roger (Edmund Lowe) and socialite Jeanne (Jeanette MacDonald) are not quite clear here, in their first scene together after she insisted on following through on her husband’s bet that he could not kiss her within 48 hours, in Don’t Bet On Women, 1931.
Cat And Canary, The (1939) - Psychology Of Fear Actor Wally (Bob Hope) and Cicily (Nydia Westman) are among the distant cousins securing their ancestor's spooky bayou mansion, after learning that Joyce (Paulette Goddard), visited by executor Crosby (George Zucco) was his sole heir, in the horror spoof The Cat And The Canary, 1939.
Cat And The Canary, The (1939) - There Are Spirits All Around You Bob Hope as Wally joins fellow potential heirs at the spooky Louisiana mansion, George Zucco the lawyer, Gale Sondergaard the housekeeper, with Elizabeth Patterson, Nydia Westman, Douglass Montgomery and John Beal, then Paulette Goddard's entrance, in the horror-comedy The Cat And The Canary, 1939.
Cat And The Canary, The (1939) - Is He A Dangerous Maniac? After the reading of their ancestor's will in his bayou home, Bob Hope as Wally, with Nydia Westman, George Zucco the lawyer, John Beal, Elizabeth Patterson, Paulette Goddard who got the money, Douglass Montgomery and John Wray, the guard bringing scary news, in the horror spoof The Cat And The Canary, 1939.
It's A Pleasure (1945) - Our Petite Star This is between periods at a professional hockey game, the three-time Olympic gold medalist in her second-to-last feature, the first skate for Sonja Henie as performer "Chris," Michael O'Shea her athlete-admirer in the stands, in early in It's A Pleasure, 1945.
Cynara (1932) - Kicking Over The Traces Naples established in the opening, Ronald Colman as Brit lawyer Jim doing the right thing, Kay Francis as his dishonored but sympathetic wife, Henry Stephenson his avuncular friend in flashback, in Samuel Goldwyn's Cynara, 1932.

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