Walter Deleon


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

Scared Stiff (1953)
Screenwriter
Hold That Blonde (1945)
Screenwriter
Delightfully Dangerous (1945)
Screenwriter
Out of This World (1945)
Screenwriter
Rainbow Island (1944)
Screenwriter
Happy Go Lucky (1943)
Screenwriter
Riding High (1943)
Screenwriter
The Fleet's In (1942)
Screenwriter
Kisses for Breakfast (1941)
Contract Writer
The Ghost Breakers (1940)
Screenwriter
The Man Who Talked Too Much (1940)
Screenwriter
Tugboat Annie Sails Again (1940)
Original Screenplay
The Cat and the Canary (1939)
Screenwriter
Union Pacific (1939)
Screenwriter
I'm from Missouri (1939)
Contr to Screenplay const
The Star Maker (1939)
Contr to Screenplay const
The Big Broadcast of 1938 (1938)
Screenwriter
College Swing (1938)
Screenwriter
Artists and Models (1937)
Screenwriter
Waikiki Wedding (1937)
Screenwriter
Swing High, Swing Low (1937)
Contr to Screenplay const
The Big Broadcast of 1937 (1936)
Screenwriter
Strike Me Pink (1936)
Adapted and Screenplay
Princess Comes Across (1936)
Screenwriter
College Holiday (1936)
Contr to trmt
Rhythm on the Range (1936)
Screenwriter
The Big Broadcast of 1936 (1935)
Screenwriter
Ruggles of Red Gap (1935)
Screenwriter
You're Telling Me! (1934)
Screenwriter
The Old Fashioned Way (1934)
Contr to trmt
Now and Forever (1934)
Contr to Screenplay const
Six of a Kind (1934)
Adaptation
A Lady's Profession (1933)
Screenwriter
Her Bodyguard (1933)
Screenwriter
International House (1933)
Screenwriter
Hold 'Em Jail (1932)
Screenwriter
A Fool's Advice (1932)
Screenplay and dial

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Union Pacific (1939) - Pay Or No Pay Just a suggestion of the scale producer-director C.B. De Mille's has in mind, trouble shooter Jeff (Joel McCrea) discussing railroad progress with foreman Dusky (William Haade), mail girl Mollie (Barbara Stanwyck) working the crowd, in Union Pacific, 1939.
College Swing (1938) - When You Get To Be A Professor Gracie Allen is Gracie “Alden,” in the 200-year old original structure of the college her family stands to inherit if she, on this last chance, can pass a graduation exam, cheating miraculously from a laundry list, George Burns her interrogator representing the administration, Cecil Cunningham on the board, in College Swing, 1938.
College Swing (1938) - How'dja Like To Love Me? Just-introduced Martha Raye as Mabel, having just dropped her fake French persona, offering herself as a “Professor of Practical Romance,” for Bob Hope as Bud, who’s now in charge of staffing up the college, cueing an original tune by Burton Lane and Frank Loesser, in Paramount’s College Swing, 1938, starring George Burns and Gracie Allen.
College Swing (1938) - Title Song (Betty Grable) Just the third scene and not essential to the narrative, at what must be the dining hall, an original tune for Paramount by Frank Loesser and Hoagy Carmichael finds Skinnay Ennis launching a duet with Betty Grable, who switches to Jackie Coogan for the dance, choreography by LeRoy Prinz, Raoul Walsh directing, in College Swing, 1938, starring George Burns, Gracie Allen and Bob Hope.
College Swing (1938) - You Will Positively Graduate! After she played her ancestor in a colonial prologue, Gracie Allen is the last member of her wealthy family with the chance 200-years later to take ownership of the college by graduating, and Bob Hope introduces himself as an eager tutor after her fees, early in Paramount’s College Swing, 1938, also starring George Burns.
Cat And The Canary, The (1939) - Psychology Of Fear Distant cousins Cicily (Nydia Westman) and actor Wally (Bob Hope) securing their ancestor's creepy bayou mansion, after learning that Joyce (Paulette Goddard), visited by the executor Crosby (George Zucco), got all his money, in the horror-comedy The Cat And The Canary, 1939.
Cat And The Canary, The (1939) - Sleep With Those Pebbles Distant relatives Joyce (Paulette Goddard) and radio-actor Wally (Bob Hope), at the spooky bayou mansion where everyone has just learned that she's the sole heir of the owner, are on the trail of jewels said to be stashed on the premises, in The Cat And The Canary, 1939.
Scared Stiff (1953) - I'm A Debonair Slob Jerry Lewis is bumbling fill-in waiter Myron, not formally part of the act Larry (Dean Martin) is performing, and we’ll later learn their old pals, showgirl Rosie (Dorothy Malone) included in the schtick for the customers, early in the 1953 horror-comedy vehicle Scared Stiff.
Ruggles Of Red Gap (1935) - One Of Those Indian Places Beginning with nouveau-riche Americans Egbert (Charlie Ruggles) and Effie (Mary Boland), discussing Charles Laughton (title character,) a valet, about to be informed by his employer the Earl (Roland Young) that he's been lost in a card game, early in Leo McCarey's Ruggles Of Red Gap< 1935.
Ruggles Of Red Gap (1935) - That Ruthless Reality In Paris, English valet Ruggles (Charles Laughton) tries to keep up as his new American employer Floud (Charlie Ruggles) ditches his wife's cultural instructions and trashes social barriers, in Leo McCarey's Ruggles Of Red Gap, 1935.
Ruggles of Red Gap (1935) - English Cowboy Butler Ruggles (Charles Laughton) assumes his false identity as "The Colonel" as he calls on the widow Judson (ZaSu Pitts) and her troublesome dog in Leo McCarey's Ruggles of Red Gap, 1935.
Ruggles Of Red Gap (1935) - Superlative Sauce Valet Charles Laughton (title character), at his first social in his new American home town, meets forthright widow Mrs. Judson (ZaSu Pitts), having given up resisting his new employers' determination to declare him a colonel, in Leo McCarey's Ruggles Of Red Gap, 1935.

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