Ken Englund



Life Events


Wrote first screenplay


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Springtime In The Rockies -- (Movie Clip) Is That Harry James Solid? Harry James and his band, fine Helen Forrest vocal to I Had The Craziest Dream, and a nutty sign-off by Iron Eyes Cody and brother J.W., as the scene shifts west in 20th Century Fox's hit Springtime In The Rockies, 1942.
Millionaire For Christy, A (1951) -- (Movie Clip) The Death Of Your Uncle Opening with Eleanor Parker as the title character, wearing her beaver coat in the wrong season, Una Merkel her office buddy, Ralph Peters the repo-man and Douglas Dumbrille her boss, in the late-screwball comedy A Millionaire For Christy, 1951, co-starring Fred MacMurray.
Millionaire For Christy, A (1951) -- (Movie Clip) She's Got A Gun Legal secretary Eleanor Parker (title character), secretly seeking to marry money, pursues Peter (Fred MacMurray) to his own wedding, having earlier fainted in his apartment when half-trying to inform him of a huge inheritance, Kay Buckley the puzzled bride, in A Millionaire For Christy 1951. in A Millionaire For Christy 1951.
Millionaire For Christy, A (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Be A Scarlet Woman Sent from San Francisco to tell L-A radio personality Peter (Fred MacMurray), on his wedding day, that he's inherited millions, cash-strapped legal secretary Christy (Eleanor Parker), her friend's advice echoing, makes her play, their first meeting in A Millionaire For Christy, 1951.
Secret Life Of Walter Mitty, The (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Greater Perth Amboy Opening from producer Samuel Goldwyn's liberal Hollywood re-working of the beloved James Thurber story, Danny Kaye the lead, Fay Bainter his mother, Virginia Mayo the quickly-introduced fantasy girl, from The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty, 1947.
Secret Life Of Walter Mitty, The (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Hospital Love Stories His boss, publisher Pierce (Thurston Hall) again stealing one of his ideas in a meeting, Danny Kaye (title character) proceeds to one of the more famous daydreams, this one from the original James Thurber story, Virginia Mayo the swooning nurse, in The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty, 1947.
Secret Life Of Walter Mitty, The (1947) -- (Movie Clip) You've A Good Face Once more on the train from New Jersey to Manhattan, milquetoast Walter (Danny Kaye) is baffled when the very girl from his dreams (Virginia Mayo) sits next to him, Samuel Goldwyn here embellishing the original James Thurber story, in The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty, 1947.
Good Sam (1948) -- (Movie Clip) A Shocking Mess Reverend Daniels (Ray Collins) well in stride, Sam (Gary Cooper) and Lu (Ann Sheridan) in their pew with the kids, opening Leo McCarey's Good Sam, 1948, from an original story by McCarey and John Klorer.
Good Sam (1948) -- (Movie Clip) When Sentiment Runs High Generous-to-a-fault Sam (Gary Cooper) at work, first with customers (Ruth Brennan, Anne O'Neal) then with his boss (Edmund Lowe) and a cantankerous older shopper (Ida Moore), early in Leo McCarey's Good Sam, 1948.
Slightly Honorable (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Tough To Photograph Webb (Pat O'Brien) and partner Sampson (Broderick Crawford) join rival and newspaper baron Cushing (Edward Arnold) burying a crooked construction tycoon, then meet Cushing's mistress Alma (Claire Dodd) and Senator Scott (Howard Hickman), opening Walter Wanger's Slightly Dishonorable, 1939.
Slightly Honorable (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Fishing Laws Thug Pete (Bernard Nedall) pursuing Alma (Claire Dodd), who's the mistress of party host Cushing (Edward Arnold), then attorney Webb (Pat O'Brien) with frisky singer Ann (Ruth Terry), partner Sampson (Broderick Crawford) helping him escape, in Slightly Dangerous, 1939.
Doctor Takes A Wife, The (1940) -- (Movie Clip) The Dean's Fixations Now posing as a married couple and hosting a party, June (Loretta Young) learns from "father-in-law" (Edmund Gwenn) that her "husband" Tim (Ray Milland) got a promotion out of the deal, in The Doctor Takes A Wife, 1940.