George Bruce


Screenwriter

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Fury in Paradise (1955)
Director

Cast (Feature Film)

Enigma (1983)
The Lady Gambles (1949)
Dealer

Writer (Feature Film)

The Fifth Musketeer (1979)
From Story
Beauty and the Beast (1963)
Screenwriter
Solomon and Sheba (1959)
Screenwriter
Ride a Crooked Trail (1958)
Story
Fury in Paradise (1955)
Writer
Kansas City Confidential (1952)
Screenwriter
The Brigand (1952)
Story
Valentino (1951)
Writer
Lorna Doone (1951)
Adaptation
Mask of the Avenger (1951)
Story
Rogues of Sherwood Forest (1950)
Screenwriter
Walk a Crooked Mile (1948)
Screenwriter
Fiesta (1947)
Original Screenplay
Little Mister Jim (1947)
Screenwriter
Killer McCoy (1947)
Based on a story and Screenplay by
The Return of Monte Cristo (1946)
Screenwriter
Two Years Before the Mast (1946)
Screenwriter
Keep Your Powder Dry (1945)
Original Screenplay
Salute to the Marines (1943)
Screenwriter
Stand by for Action (1943)
Screenwriter
Miss Annie Rooney (1942)
Original Screenplay
A Gentleman After Dark (1942)
Screenwriter
The Corsican Brothers (1941)
Adaptation
The Corsican Brothers (1941)
Screenwriter
The Son of Monte Cristo (1941)
Screenwriter
A Yank in the R.A.F. (1941)
Contract Writer
Western Union (1941)
Contract Writer
Kit Carson (1940)
Original Screenplay
South of Pago Pago (1940)
Story and Screenplay
King of the Turf (1939)
Original Screenplay
The Man in the Iron Mask (1939)
Screenwriter
The Duke of West Point (1938)
Original Screenplay
The Crowd Roars (1938)
Screenwriter
The Crowd Roars (1938)
From a story by
She's No Lady (1937)
Screenwriter
Navy Blue and Gold (1937)
Screenwriter

Producer (Feature Film)

Fury in Paradise (1955)
Presented By

Make-Up (Feature Film)

The Tall Texan (1953)
Makeup
Varieties on Parade (1951)
Makeup Artist
Kentucky Jubilee (1951)
Makeup Artist
Yes Sir, Mr. Bones (1951)
Makeup Artist
The Steel Helmet (1951)
Makeup
Arch of Triumph (1948)
Makeup
The Fighting Vigilantes (1947)
Director of makeup

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Kit Carson (1940) - Horizon Fever Efficient framing and opening from screenwriter George Bruce and director George B. Seitz, introducing Jon Hall as the title character, Ward Bond his man “Ape” and Harold Huber as Lopez, expressing attitudes both wise and nasty, then cracking action as the Shoshone attack, in independent producer Edward Small’s Kit Carson, 1940.
Kit Carson (1940) - They'd Kinda Like Them Brass Buttons Clever scene by director George Seitz, Raymond Hatton (said to have appeared in 500 movies) as host Bridger advises bathing Jon Hall (title character) and crew (Ward Bond, Harold Huber) about the offer from Fremont (Dana Andrews as the historical character) and Terry (“Lone Ranger” Clayton Moore), Lynn Bari in the neighboring tub, in producer Edward Small’s Kit Carson, 1940.
Kit Carson (1940) - Don't Hurry So Fast Producer Edward Small getting his money’s worth in Monument Valley (even if the story takes place along the distant Oregon Trail), Dana Andrews as (historical figure) Captain Fremont wants to hurry the wagon train, civilian Clayton Moore obeying until Jon Hall (title character) and his team (Ward Bond, Harold Huber) show up to take the trail guide jobs they at first refused, Lynn Bari the affronted Miss Murphy, in Kit Carson, 1940.
Kansas City Confidential - You Are From Tijuana? Framed Joe (John Payne) arrives with new friend Helen (Coleen Gray, her first scene, whom we will learn is the daughter of the master criminal) at the resort where Kane (Neville Brand) and Romano (Lee Van Cleef) realize he's taken the identity of their fellow hood, Teresa (Dona Drake) greeting, in Phil Karlson's Kansas City Confidential, 1952.
Kansas City Confidential - Lurid Chapters Opening scenes from director Phil Karlson with grim prologue then ex-cop Foster (Preston Foster) casing a bank job, observing delivery man Joe (John Payne) at work, in Kansas City Confidential, 1952.
Kansas City Confidential - You Were Framed, Then? Not guilty of a bank job, delivery man Joe (John Payne) being grilled by investigator Martin (Carleton Young) and not backed by his boss (Phil Tead), early in Phil Karlson's Kansas City Confidential, 1952.
Corsican Brothers, The (1941) - Proud And Noble Name Douglas Fairbanks Jr. as both bandit Lucien and citified Mario, surgically separated at birth, meeting with their guardians Lorenzo (J. Carrol Naish) and Dr. Paoli (H.B. Warner) revealing their history, in The Corsican Brothers, 1941, from the Alexandre Dumas story.
Corsican Brothers, The (1941) - They Were Born To Be One Dr. Paoli (H.B. Warner) has just separated the Siamese-twin Franchi sons and learned, with the DuPre's (Walter Kingsford, Nana Bryant), from Lorenzo (J. Carrol Naish) that their family has been slaughtered, whereby Lucien (Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) is introduced, in The Corsican Brothers, 1941.
Man in the Iron Mask, The (1939) - Very Stubborn Fellow King Louis (Louis Hayward) demonstrates experience and savvy as he oversees the torture of a citizen (D'Arcy Corrigan) in an intense sequence from James Whale's The Man in the Iron Mask, 1939.
Man in the Iron Mask, The (1939) - Royal Blood Colbert (Walter Kingsford) trumps King Louis (Louis Hayward) as he plans to hang Phillipe (also Hayward), producing a convincing witness, Queen Anne (Doris Kenyon) in James Whale's The Man in the Iron Mask, 1939.
Man in the Iron Mask, The (1939) - Opening, A Boy! Opening titles leading into King Louis XIII (Albert Dekker) enjoying the birth of his son, while Fouquet (Joseph Schildkraut) connives with Cardinal Richelieu (Nigel de Brulier) in James Whale's The Man in the Iron Mask, 1939.
Man in the Iron Mask, The (1939) - My Kingdom for Yours Philippe (Louis Hayward), flanked by D'Artagnan (Warren William) and the musketeers (Alan Hale, Bert Roach, Miles Mander), confronts his brother King Louis (also Hayward) in James Whale's The Man in the Iron Mask, 1939.

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