Garrett Fort


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

Inside Job (1946)
Original Story
Blood on the Sun (1945)
From a story by
The Man in Half Moon Street (1944)
Adaptation
Street of Chance (1942)
Screenwriter
Lady for a Night (1942)
Based on a Story by
Dr. Broadway (1942)
Contr to Screenplay constr
Ladies in Retirement (1941)
Screenwriter
Scotland Yard (1941)
Contract Writer
Among the Living (1941)
Screenwriter
The Mark of Zorro (1940)
Adaptation
The Zero Hour (1939)
Original Screenplay
Panama Lady (1939)
Story
Twelve Crowded Hours (1939)
Story
Dracula's Daughter (1936)
Screenwriter
The Devil-Doll (1936)
Screenwriter
Jalna (1935)
Adaptation
Private Scandal (1934)
Screenwriter
The Lost Patrol (1934)
Adaptation
Stingaree (1934)
Contr to Screenplay const
Mills of the Gods (1934)
Screenwriter
Before Dawn (1933)
Screenwriter
Under-Cover Man (1932)
Screenwriter
70,000 Witnesses (1932)
Screenwriter
Young Bride (1932)
Screenwriter
Panama Flo (1932)
Story and Adapted
La carta (1931)
Screenwriter
El impostor (1931)
Screenwriter
Dracula (1931)
Play script
Frankenstein (1931)
Screenwriter
The Big Pond (1930)
Scen
Scotland Yard (1930)
Screenwriter
Applause (1930)
Adaptation
Roadhouse Nights (1930)
Scen
Doña mentiras (1930)
Screenwriter
Applause (1930)
Dial
Roadhouse Nights (1930)
Dial
Scotland Yard (1930)
Dial
Outside the Law (1930)
Screenwriter
Dangerous Nan McGrew (1930)
Story
The Lady Lies (1929)
Adaptation
The Letter (1929)
Scen
The Letter (1929)
Adaptation
The Return of Sherlock Holmes (1929)
Screenwriter
Jealousy (1929)
Adaptation
Naughty Baby (1929)
Story
White Gold (1927)
Adaptation
The Yankee Clipper (1927)
Adaptation
Bachelor Brides (1926)
Scen
Gigolo (1926)
Adaptation
Made for Love (1926)
Adaptation
Made for Love (1926)
Story
The Midnight Girl (1925)
Story
The Coming of Amos (1925)
Adaptation
On Time (1924)
Scen

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Mark Of Zorro, The (1940) - I Toy With A Sword Just introduced Captain Pasquale (Basil Rathbone) receives Don Diego (Tyrone Power, also the title character), just back to California from Spain, and not tipping his hand, as he meets the new governor and his wife (J. Edward Bromberg, Gale Sondergaard), in The Mark Of Zorro, 1940.
Mark Of Zorro, The (1940) - To California In a stylish prologue actually not derived from the original story by Johnston McCulley, Tyrone Power as the title character, Ralph Byrd his fellow cadet, in director Rouben Mamoulian's hit The Mark Of Zorro, 1940, co-starring Linda Darnell and Basil Rathbone.
Mark Of Zorro, The (1940) - I Take Only Your Money We know only that California nobleman Don Diego (Tyrone Power) is alarmed at the corruption he has found on his return from Spain, when this masked rider appears, then robs the crooked governor and his wife (J. Edward Bromberg, Gale Sondergaard), in Rouben Mamoulian's The Mark Of Zorro, 1940.
Mark Of Zorro, The (1940) - Because I'm Good Looking Texas-born teenager Linda Darnell as "Lolita," comfortable enough in old California, meeting her co-star in their third and biggest consecutive 20th Century Fox hit, Tyrone Power as Diego, also the title character, masquerading as a priest, in The Mark Of Zorro, 1940.
Dracula's Daughter (1936) - My Mistress Is An Artist In foggy London Sandor (Irivng Pichel), aide to the title character, solicits pretty vagrant Lili (Nan Gray) as a model for Countess Marya (Gloria Holden) who, it turns out, has not quite overcome her cravings after all, in Universal's Dracula's Daughter, 1936.
Dracula's Daughter (1936) - What Do You See In My Eyes? The evening after she’s gratefully buried her father, staked through the heart, Countess Marya (Gloria Holden, title character) believes she’s free but Sandor (Irving Pichel), her assistant (or something?) has doubts, and she decides to go out, in Universal’s Dracula’s Daughter. 1936.
Dracula (1931) -- The Coach From Count Dracula? Director Tod Browning’s camera plunges into Transylvania and the first appearance of Bela Lugosi, though not his first Hollywood picture, in the title role, and Dwight Frye as English realtor Renfield, not as yet worried about his client having sent the coach to meet him at midnight, in Dracula, 1931.
Dracula (1931) -- There Are Far Worse Things Bela Lugosi (title character) on the loose now in London, has consumed a street waif and made his way to the symphony, where we meet his neighbor Seward (Herbert Bunston), his daughter Mina (Helen Chandler) and her friend Lucy (Frances Dade), in Dracula, 1931, from Universal Pictures and director Tod Browning.
Dracula (1931) -- It Is Walpurgis Night Director Tod Browning’s opening, Dwight Frye is Renfield the unbowed Englishman in the coach, Carla Laemmle, niece of the producer Carl, the bespectacled tourist, Michael Visaroff the innkeeper and Barbara Bozoky his wife, in Universal’s Dracula, 1931, with Bela Lugosi in the title role.
Dracula (1931) -- I Never Drink... Wine Conducting business in his castle in Transylvania, Bela Lugosi (title character) is the gracious host to his London property agent Renfield (Dwight Frye), who still hasn’t the sense to be frightened, with quasi-comic dialogue and provocative activity ensuing, early in Tod Browning’s Dracula, 1931.
Dracula (1931) -- Is There Anything The Matter With You Throat? First in bat-form then in person, Bela Lugosi (title character) pays his first nocturnal visit to Mina (Helen Chandler), who the next day consults with Van Helsing (Edward Van Sloan), called in from Germany to assist her father Seward (Herbert Bunston) and worried fiancè (David Manners), in director Tod Browning’s Dracula, 1931.
Frankenstein (1931) - Will You Play With Me? The monster (Boris Karloff) on his walkabout, Ludwig (Michael Mark) leaves little Maria (Marilyn Harris) alone, the scene deleted from the original release, from James Whale's Frankenstein, 1931.

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