Anthony Coldewey


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

Prairie Express (1947)
Original Screenplay
Vigilantes of Dodge City (1944)
Screenwriter
Code of the Prairie (1944)
Screenwriter
Marshal of Reno (1944)
Original Story
Marshal of Reno (1944)
Screenwriter
Tucson Raiders (1944)
Screenwriter
Calling Wild Bill Elliott (1943)
Screenwriter
A Scream in the Dark (1943)
Screenwriter
The West Side Kid (1943)
Screenwriter
Death Valley Manhunt (1943)
Screenwriter
The Gorilla Man (1943)
Original Screenplay
Lady Gangster (1942)
Screenwriter
The Hidden Hand (1942)
Screenwriter
Busses Roar (1942)
Original Story
Busses Roar (1942)
Screenwriter
The Nurse's Secret (1941)
Screenwriter
Wyoming Wildcat (1941)
Screenwriter
Shadows on the Stairs (1941)
Screenwriter
Under Texas Skies (1940)
Original Story
Under Texas Skies (1940)
Screenwriter
Texas Terrors (1940)
Original Screenplay
The Tulsa Kid (1940)
Original Screenplay
Devil's Island (1939)
Original Story
Smashing the Money Ring (1939)
Original Screenplay
Pacific Liner (1939)
Story
When Were You Born (1938)
Screenwriter
Accidents Will Happen (1938)
Screenwriter
Torchy Blane in Panama (1938)
Story
Draegerman Courage (1937)
Original story and Screenplay
Over the Goal (1937)
Screenwriter
Guns of the Pecos (1937)
Original Story
Blazing Sixes (1937)
Original Story
White Bondage (1937)
Original story and Screenplay by
Her Husband's Secretary (1937)
Contr to trmt
Trailin' West (1936)
Original [story] and Screenplay
Men of the Hour (1935)
Story and Screenplay
In Spite of Danger (1935)
Story and Screenplay
Dos más uno, dos (1934)
Adaptación cinematográfica de [Scr]
Twin Husbands (1934)
Story, cont and dial
Cross Streets (1934)
Cont and dial
Noah's Ark (1929)
Screenwriter
Frozen River (1929)
Scen
The Greyhound Limited (1929)
Scen
Noah's Ark (1929)
Dial
Glorious Betsy (1928)
Scen
Broadway Daddies (1928)
Scen
Court-Martial (1928)
Cont
The Crimson City (1928)
Story
Women They Talk About (1928)
Story
The Desert Bride (1928)
Adaptation
Old San Francisco (1927)
Scen
Dearie (1927)
Scen
Ginsberg the Great (1927)
Scen
Jewels of Desire (1927)
Adaptation
The Desired Woman (1927)
Scen
The First Auto (1927)
Scen
Good Time Charley (1927)
Adaptation
The Silver Slave (1927)
Scen
Ginsberg the Great (1927)
Story
Fifth Avenue (1926)
Screenwriter
The Prince of Pilsen (1926)
Screenplay version
For Wives Only (1926)
Adaptation
Almost a Lady (1926)
Adaptation
Cobra (1925)
Screenwriter
The Goose Hangs High (1925)
Scen
A Son of His Father (1925)
Screenwriter
Marry Me (1925)
Screenwriter
The Guilty One (1924)
Scen
The Garden of Weeds (1924)
Screenwriter
The City That Never Sleeps (1924)
Scen
Ruggles of Red Gap (1923)
Scen
A Gentleman of Leisure (1923)
Adaptation
The Phantom Fortune (1923)
Screenwriter
The Social Buccaneer (1923)
Screenwriter
The Oregon Trail (1923)
Screenwriter
The Phantom Fortune (1923)
From Story
Reckless Chances (1922)
Story
When East Comes West (1922)
Scen
Captain Kidd (1922)
Screenwriter
The Ruse of the Rattler (1921)
Scen
The Ruse of the Rattler (1921)
Story
Do or Die (1921)
From Story
The Secret Four (1921)
From Story
The Secret Four (1921)
Screenwriter
The Gilded Youth (1917)
Scen
The Morals of Hilda (1916)
Scen

Writer (Short)

Little Pioneer (1937)
Writer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Busses Roar (1942) - San Diego Bus Not hard to see what Warner studio bosses saw in young Eleanor Parker, here as counter-girl Norma, in her first movie appearance, followed by Willie Best, Rex Williams whom we know to be a baddie, Creighton Hale selling tickets and Julie Bishop short of cash, early in the 1942 war-time programmer Busses Roar.
Busses Roar (1942) - Marines Are Funny Reba (Julie Bishop) by now is pretty-much openly hustling for a bus ticket home, failing with just-arrived Sgt. Ryan (Richard Travis) and commiserating with Norma (Eleanor Parker, in her first movie), Vera Lewis and Harry Bradley the senior couple, in the Warner Bros. B-feature Busses Roar,1942.
Noah's Ark (1929) - Your Young American Friend Myrna Loy in one of her earliest speaking roles, with fellow canteen-dancer Mary (Dolores Costello), who meets evil Russian Nickoloff (Noah Beery), on the Belgian front circa 1917, in the silent-and-talking Noah's Ark, 1929.
Noah's Ark (1929) - I'm A Traitor Not To Go! American ex-Pats in Paris, Mary (Dolores Costello) and Travis (George O'Brien) watch the doughboys (Guinn Big-Boy Williams as "Al") march in, from Michael Curtiz's silent/talkie epic Noah's Ark, 1929.
Pacific Liner - Open, Shanghai Opening credits and the introduction of the captain (Halliwell Hobbes) and not-too-motivated Doctor Craig (Chester Morris), in R-K-O's Pacific Liner, 1939, directed by Lew Landers.
Pacific Liner - My Plutocratic Future Doc Craig (Chester Morris) enforces the cholera quarantine on the engine room, Crusher (Victor McLaglen) presiding and Britches (Barry Fitzgerald) getting good news and bad, in Pacific Liner, 1939.

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