Arthur Caesar


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

Anne of the Indies (1951)
Screenwriter
Arson--Inc. (1949)
Original Story
I Accuse My Parents (1944)
Original Story
Three of a Kind (1944)
Original story and Screenplay
Atlantic City (1944)
Original Story
Pistol Packin' Mama (1943)
Original Story
Northwest Rangers (1943)
Story
The Loves of Edgar Allan Poe (1942)
Additional Dialogue
Adventure in Washington (1941)
Screenwriter
Little Men (1941)
Screenwriter
Two Thoroughbreds (1939)
Contr to Screenplay const
The Star Maker (1939)
Story
The Star Maker (1939)
Screenwriter
Along Came Love (1936)
Addl dial and cont
McFadden's Flats (1935)
Screenwriter
Transient Lady (1935)
Screenwriter
The Affair of Susan (1935)
Contr to Screenplay const
It Happened in New York (1935)
Contr to Screenplay const
Alias Mary Dow (1935)
Screenwriter
Grand Old Girl (1935)
Contr to trmt
Their Big Moment (1934)
Screenwriter
Manhattan Melodrama (1934)
Original Story
The Chief (1933)
Screenwriter
Obey the Law (1933)
Screenwriter
No Marriage Ties (1933)
Dial
The Heart of New York (1932)
Adapted and dial
Fireman Save My Child (1932)
Story and Adapted
The Tenderfoot (1932)
Adaptation
Side Show (1931)
Screenwriter
Her Majesty Love (1931)
Adaptation
Expensive Women (1931)
Adapted and dial
Gold Dust Gertie (1931)
Dial
The Life of the Party (1930)
Screenwriter
Three Faces East (1930)
Screenwriter
Divorce Among Friends (1930)
Scen
The Life of the Party (1930)
Dial
She Couldn't Say No (1930)
Scen
Wide Open (1930)
Scen
Wide Open (1930)
Dial
Three Faces East (1930)
Dial
She Couldn't Say No (1930)
Dial
Divorce Among Friends (1930)
Dial
This Mad World (1930)
Dial
So Long Letty (1929)
Adaptation
The Aviator (1929)
Scen
So Long Letty (1929)
Dial
The Aviator (1929)
Dial
His Darker Self (1924)
Story

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Manhattan Melodrama (1934) - Skip it, Kid Old pal and gangster Blackie (Clark Gable) visits the new D-A Jim (William Powell), with lots of catching-up to do, in W.S. Van Dyke's Manhattan Melodrama, 1934, from a script by Joseph L. Mankiewicz and Oliver H.P. Garrett.
Wide Open (1930) - It Isn't Gentile Timid bachelor bookkeeper Simon (Edward Everett Horton) is already under assault, by happenstance in the phonograph company’s recording studio, from amorous stenographer Agatha (Louis Fazenda), when the boss, a client and the star salesman (E.J. Ratcliffe, Vincent Barnett, T. Roy Barnes) intrude, in Warner Bros. and director Archie Mayo’s Wide Open, 1930.
Wide Open (1930) - Stop Deluding Yourself! Opening with star Edward Everett Horton embarrassed on his front step, and Louise Beavers as his sensible servant Easter, in the pre-code talkie from Warner Bros. and director Archie Mayo, co-starring Patsy Ruth Miller, Wide Open, 1930.
Manhattan Melodrama (1934) - Opening, Blackie & Jim Opening titles for the remarkable talent behind MGM's Manhattan Melodrama, 1934, and the introduction of young Blackie (Mickey Rooney!) and Jim (Jimmy Butler.)
Manhattan Melodrama (1934) - Too Rich for Your Blood Eleanor (Myrna Loy) tells gambler Blackie (Clark Gable) about her night out with their respectable pal Jim in the MGM hit Manhattan Melodrama, 1934.
Manhattan Melodrama (1934) - Better Say Goodbye Blackie (Clark Gable) is more than philosophical when now-governor pal Jim (William Powell) and Father Joe (Leo Carrillo) come to visit him pre-execution in Manhattan Melodrama, 1934.

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