Myles Connolly


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

My Son John (1952)
Screenwriter
Hans Christian Andersen (1952)
Based on a Story by
Here Comes the Groom (1951)
Screenwriter
Harvey (1950)
Contr to Screenplay
State of the Union (1948)
Screenwriter
The Unfinished Dance (1947)
Screenwriter
Till the Clouds Roll By (1947)
Screenwriter
Two Sisters from Boston (1946)
Original Screenplay
The Strange Mr. Gregory (1946)
Original Story
Music for Millions (1945)
Original Screenplay
Tarzan's New York Adventure (1942)
Screenwriter
Between Us Girls (1942)
Screenwriter
Tarzan's New York Adventure (1942)
From a story by
Meet John Doe (1941)
Contr to dial and Screenplay const
Tarzan's Secret Treasure (1941)
Original Screenplay
Maisie Was a Lady (1941)
Original Story
The House Across the Bay (1940)
Original Story
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)
Contr to Screenplay const and dial
Youth Takes a Fling (1938)
Screenwriter
Wives Under Suspicion (1938)
Original Screenplay
Youth Takes a Fling (1938)
Story
Letter of Introduction (1938)
Contract Writer
It Happened in Hollywood (1937)
Story
Face in the Sky (1933)
Story
The Right to Romance (1933)
Story

Producer (Feature Film)

Enchanted Kingdom 3D (2013)
Producer
It Happened in Hollywood (1937)
Associate Producer
I Promise to Pay (1937)
Associate Producer
Life Begins with Love (1937)
Associate Producer
His Greatest Gamble (1934)
Associate Producer
Let's Try Again (1934)
Associate Producer
The Right to Romance (1933)
Associate Producer
Traveling Husbands (1931)
Associate Producer
Consolation Marriage (1931)
Associate Producer
The Sin Ship (1931)
Associate Producer
Danger Lights (1930)
Associate Producer
Hook, Line and Sinker (1930)
Associate Producer
He Knew Women (1930)
Associate Producer
Jazz Heaven (1929)
Supervisor
The Very Idea (1929)
Supervisor
The Mad Marriage (1925)
Presented By

Editing (Feature Film)

Without You, I'm Nothing (1990)
Assistant Editor

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

The Young Black Stallion (2003)
Production Coordinator

Post Production (Feature Film)

Fatal Charm (1992)
Post-Production Coordinator

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

State Of The Union (1948) - You've Cut Some Corners Industrialist Matthews (Spencer Tracy) visiting with political boss Conover (Adolphe Menjou), doesn't realize his estranged wife Mary (Katharine Hepburn) has arrived, then discussing a run for the White House, in Frank Capra's State Of The Union, 1948.
State Of The Union (1948) - Twelve Commandments Continuing their first scene together, maid Norah (Margaret Hamilton) in the middle as estranged wife Mary (Katharine Hepburn) discovers how close her potential-candidate husband Grant (Spencer Tracy) has become with his powerful mistress, in State Of The Union, 1948.
Meet John Doe - Opening, Streamlined Opening titles followed by a searing exercise in newsroom house-cleaning, featuring Ann (Barbara Stanwyck) pleading with Connell (James Gleason) in Frank Capra's Meet John Doe, 1941.
Meet John Doe (1941) - What Does He Do All Day? Not yet revealed to the public, ex-minor leaguer Willoughby (Gary Cooper), a.k.a. “John Doe,” killing time on the newspaper’s dime, with pal “the colonel” (Walter Brennan), reporter Beany (Irving Bacon) playing along, and infiltrator Mike (Pat Flaherty) sowing doubt, in Frank Capra’s Meet John Doe, 1941.
Hans Christian Andersen (1952) - The King's New Clothes The original tale by the titular hero is in fact the "Emperor's" new clothes, but the tune by Frank Loesser is about a king, delivered by the famous 19th century Danish author as played by Danny Kaye, early in Samuel Goldwyn's Hans Christian Andersen, 1952.
Hans Christian Andersen (1952) - Ugly Duckling Mocked by his peers because the doctor's shaved his head, young Lars (Peter Votrian) is the lucky recipient of a tale from local (Danish) storyteller Hans (Danny Kaye), another Frank Loesser original written for Samuel Goldwyn's film, Hand Christian Andersen, 1952.
Music For Millions (1944) - I Don't Talk To Strangers Playing the heartstrings from the start, director Henry Koster and producer Joe Pasternak in their first picture at MGM, introduce Margaret O’Brien as young “Mike,” not met at the train by her sister (June Allyson), Eddie Dunn the cop, Connie Gilchrist for Traveler’s Aid, in Music For Millions, 1944.
Music For Millions (1944) - The Audience Giggles Big sister and orchestra string-bass player Babs (June Allyson) with kid sister “Mike” (Margaret O’Brien), who interrupted the performance, finding her after arriving unexpectedly on the train, with Jose Iturbi the annoyed conductor and Jimmy Durante his harried manager, in MGM’s Music For Millions, 1944.
Mr. Smith Goes To Washington (1939) - Not A Bad Desk Saunders (Jean Arthur) delivers appointee Jeff (James Stewart) to the U.S. Senate session where he'll be sworn in, a page (Dickie Jones) and Senator Paine (Claude Rains) assisting, in Frank Capra's Mr. Smith Goes To Washington, 1939.
Mr. Smith Goes To Washington - The Man On The Front Page After bad press and a hazing by reporters, appointed senator Jeff (James Stewart) visits mentor Paine (Claude Rains), who offers advice and his daughter (Astrid Allwyn), director Frank Capra providing a famous routine with a hat, in Mr. Smith Goes To Washington, 1939.
Till The Clouds Roll By (1946) - Kern, Jerome Kern Robert Walker as youthful bio-pic subject Jerome Kern has invited himself into the home of fictional admired classical composer James Hessler (Van Heflin), New York early 1900’s, Joan Wells as daughter Sally, in the MGM Freed Unit’s musical Till The Clouds Roll By, 1947.
State Of The Union (1948) - There's No Halo First scene for Spencer Tracy as industrialist Matthews, explaining to reporter Spike (Van Johnson), fixer Conover (Adolphe Menjou) and newspaper heiress Kay (Angela Lansbury) how he doesn't want to be president, in Frank Capra's State Of The Union, 1948.

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