W. Scott Darling


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

Desert Pursuit (1952)
Screenwriter
Blue Blood (1951)
Screenwriter
According to Mrs. Hoyle (1951)
Screenwriter
Meet Me After the Show (1951)
Suggested by a story by
County Fair (1950)
Screenwriter
Blue Grass of Kentucky (1950)
Screenwriter
Forgotten Women (1949)
Screenwriter
The Wolf Hunters (1949)
Screenwriter
Tuna Clipper (1949)
Original Screenplay
Stampede (1949)
Additional Dialogue
Black Midnight (1949)
Screenwriter
The Lawton Story (1949)
Screenplay story
Kidnapped (1948)
Screenwriter
Shanghai Chest (1948)
Screenwriter
The Golden Eye (1948)
Original Screenplay
Docks of New Orleans (1948)
Original Screenplay
Rocky (1948)
Additional Dialogue
Bush Pilot (1947)
Original story and Screenplay
The Chinese Ring (1947)
Original Screenplay
Louisiana (1947)
Additional Dialogue
Born to Speed (1947)
Screenwriter
Too Many Winners (1947)
Adaptation
Behind Green Lights (1946)
Original Screenplay
The Bullfighters (1945)
Original Screenplay
The Caribbean Mystery (1945)
Adaptation
The Spider (1945)
Screenwriter
The Big Noise (1944)
Screenwriter
Weird Woman (1944)
Adaptation
Bermuda Mystery (1944)
Screenwriter
Cobra Woman (1944)
Original Story
The Dancing Masters (1943)
Screenwriter
Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon (1943)
Screenwriter
Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon (1943)
Adaptation
Jitterbugs (1943)
Screenwriter
The Great Impersonation (1942)
Screenwriter
The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942)
Screenwriter
Sin Town (1942)
Original Screenplay
Cracked Nuts (1941)
Original Screenplay
Double Date (1941)
Original Story
The Body Disappears (1941)
Original Screenplay
Double Date (1941)
Screenwriter
Margie (1940)
Screenwriter
Margie (1940)
Original Story
I'm Nobody's Sweetheart Now (1940)
Original Story
He Married His Wife (1940)
Original Story
The Fatal Hour (1940)
Screenwriter
I'm Nobody's Sweetheart Now (1940)
Screenwriter
The Mystery of Mr. Wong (1939)
Screenwriter
Stunt Pilot (1939)
Screenwriter
Mr. Wong in Chinatown (1939)
Screenwriter
King of the Sierras (1938)
Screenwriter
The Marines Are Here (1938)
Contr to dial
Telephone Operator (1937)
Screenwriter
Atlantic Flight (1937)
Screenwriter
California Straight Ahead (1937)
Screenwriter
Charlie Chan at the Opera (1937)
Screenwriter
Boy of the Streets (1937)
Adapted and dial
Adventure's End (1937)
Screenwriter
The Return of Jimmy Valentine (1936)
Original Story
Sweepstake Annie (1935)
Story, cont and dial
Forced Landing (1935)
Screenwriter
The Old Homestead (1935)
Story, cont and dial
Frontier Justice (1935)
Screenwriter
Unknown Woman (1935)
Story
Ladies Crave Excitement (1935)
Screenwriter
Confidential (1935)
Story
The Church Mouse (1934)
Adaptation
No Escape (1934)
From Story
The Bermondsey Kid (1933)
Writer
Dynamite Denny (1932)
Story and cont
Gold (1932)
Cont
Outlaw Justice (1932)
Story
Her Night Out (1932)
From Story
Soul of the Slums (1931)
Story and Adapted
Caught Cheating (1931)
Story and Screenplay by
Dragnet Patrol (1931)
Story and Adapted
Night Beat (1931)
Story and Adapted
Murder at Midnight (1931)
Story
Caught Cheating (1931)
Dial
The Pocatello Kid (1931)
Story and cont
Murder at Midnight (1931)
Dial
Borrowed Wives (1930)
Screenwriter
Scarlet Seas (1929)
Story
Trent's Last Case (1929)
Scen
Noisy Neighbors (1929)
Cont
Noisy Neighbors (1929)
Adaptation
Taxi 13 (1928)
Story
His Last Haul (1928)
Screenwriter
Golf Widows (1928)
Scen
Taxi 13 (1928)
Cont
On ze Boulevard (1927)
Screenwriter
Topsy and Eva (1927)
Cont
Yours To Command (1927)
Cont
Two-Fisted Jones (1925)
Scen
The Meddler (1925)
Scen
Sporting West (1925)
Story
Fight and Win (1924)
Screenwriter
Watch Him Step (1922)
Scen
Watch Him Step (1922)
Story
See My Lawyer (1921)
Scen
His Pajama Girl (1920)
Story
So Long Letty (1920)
Scen
813 (1920)
Scen

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Ghost Of Frankenstein (1942) - I Told You He Was Alive! Folks in the village of Frankenstein have been given permission to destroy the old baron’s castle, where they fear Ygor (Bela Lugosi) may still be alive, and where the monster (Lon Chaney Jr.) is believed to be buried in the sulphur pits, and it goes badly, early in The Ghost Of Frankenstein, 1942.
Ghost Of Frankenstein (1942) - Are You A Giant? Crafty Ygor (Bela Lugosi) and the revived monster (Lon Chaney Jr.) have gotten separated in the town where they’ve come to see the son of Baron Frankenstein, leading to an encounter with young Cloestine (Janet Ann Gallow) and her father (Olaf Hytten), in Universal’s third sequel, The Ghost Of Frankenstein, 1942.
Ghost Of Frankenstein (1942) - He Seems To Recognize You Ralph Bellamy is the prosecutor, Lon Chaney Jr. the “man” in custody for killing two citizens in the process of saving a girl (Janet Ann Gallow), when Dr. Frankenstein (Sir Cedric Hardwicke), who alone realizes this must be his father’s creation come back to life, arrives, crisis averted by Ygor (Bela Lugosi) playing a weird pipe, in Universal’s The Ghost Of Frankenstein, 1942.
Kidnapped (1948) - Of The Honest Party Fugitive David (Roddy McDowall) welcomes shelter from Scottish lass Aileen (Sue England), whose innkeeper father (Alex Frazer) feigns delight at meeting David's colleague Breck (Dan O'Herlihy), then attempts a betrayal, in Robert Louis Stevenson's Kidnapped, 1948.
Kidnapped (1948) - She Gave Us The Go By First appearance for fugitive Scot Breck (Irish-born Dan O'Herlihy) sort-of rescued by scoundrel Captain Hoseason (Roland Winters) and first mate Shaun (Jeff Corey), their captive David (Roddy McDowall) showing some empathy, in Kidnapped, 1948, from the Robert Louis Stevenson novel.
Kidnapped (1948) - Small Taste For Murder Crucial events as Scottish heir David (Roddy McDowall), still nervous about the intentions of his uncle Ebenezer (Houseley Stevenson), meets Captain Hoseason (Roland Winters), then Ransome (Bobby Anderson) and Shaun (Jeff Corey), in Kidnapped, 1948, from the Robert Louis Stevenson novel.

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