Forrest Halsey


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

Silver Queen (1942)
Original Story
Alias Mary Dow (1935)
Original Story
La dama atrevida (1931)
Screenwriter
Kept Husbands (1931)
Adapted and dial
The Lady Who Dared (1931)
Screenplay version
Sweethearts and Wives (1930)
Scen
One Night at Susie's (1930)
Screenwriter
The Furies (1930)
Scen
Sweethearts and Wives (1930)
Dial
The Furies (1930)
Dial
One Night at Susie's (1930)
Dial
Saturday's Children (1929)
Scen
The Painted Angel (1929)
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A Man's Man (1929)
Scen
Her Private Life (1929)
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Careers (1929)
Adaptation
Prisoners (1929)
Screenwriter
A Most Immoral Lady (1929)
Scen
The Divine Lady (1929)
Adaptation
Her Private Life (1929)
Titles
Saturday's Children (1929)
Dial
Prisoners (1929)
Dial
Her Private Life (1929)
Dial
The Painted Angel (1929)
Titles
Careers (1929)
Dial
A Most Immoral Lady (1929)
Dial
The Painted Angel (1929)
Dial
A Most Immoral Lady (1929)
Titles
The Whip Woman (1928)
Story
Outcast (1928)
Titles
New York (1927)
Screenwriter
The Sorrows of Satan (1927)
Screenwriter
Broadway Nights (1927)
Adaptation
The Palm Beach Girl (1926)
Scen
The Ace of Cads (1926)
Screenwriter
Dancing Mothers (1926)
Scen
The Ace of Cads (1926)
Adaptation
Sally of the Sawdust (1925)
Adaptation
The Coast of Folly (1925)
Screenwriter
Madame Sans-GĂȘne (1925)
Screenwriter
Stage Struck (1925)
Screenwriter
Camille of the Barbary Coast (1925)
Story
Camille of the Barnaby Coast (1925)
From Story
$20 a Week (1924)
Scen
Monsieur Beaucaire (1924)
Screenwriter
A Society Scandal (1924)
Scen
Wages of Virtue (1924)
Scen
A Sainted Devil (1924)
Adaptation
The Humming Bird (1924)
Adaptation
The Green Goddess (1923)
Adaptation
The Ragged Edge (1923)
Adaptation
The Ruling Passion (1922)
Scen
The Man Who Played God (1922)
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Disraeli (1921)
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Flames of the Flesh (1920)
Story
White Youth (1920)
Story
The Battler (1919)
Story
The Woman of Lies (1919)
Story
A Broadway Saint (1919)
Story
The Crook of Dreams (1919)
Story
Dust of Desire (1919)
Scen
Dust of Desire (1919)
Story
Phil for Short (1919)
Scen
The Grouch (1918)
Story
The Serpent's Tooth (1917)
Story
Ashes of Embers (1916)
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Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

One Night At Susie's (1930) - These Millionaires, They're So Eccentric Press agent Dick (Douglas Fairbanks) is alarmed when the showgirl pals of his fianceè Mary (Billie Dove) are turned away from a party at the posh apartment of her crooked Broadway producer, with whom she’s stuck upstairs, with a neat elevator process-shot, in One Night At Susie’s, 1930.
One Night At Susie's (1930) - Rods On The Table Creditable early-talkie technique, jovial murderous mobsters clustered around the microphone, introducing Susie (Helen Ware) of the title and providing backstory for leading man Douglas Fairbanks Jr., opening the First National Billie Dove vehicle One Night At Susie’s, 1930.
One Night At Susie's (1930) - Will Your Underwear Fit Him? Broadway press agent Dick (Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) introduces showgirl fianceè Mary (Billie Dove) to good-samaritan Susie (Helen Ware), boarding-house operator and his de-facto mom, who later deals with another tenant and her sort-of butler (Tully Marshall), in One Night At Susie’s, 1930.
Kept Husbands (1931) - Easy Things Aren't Much Good Dot (Dorothy Mackaill), daughter of steel magnate Parker (Robert McWade), swoons in the presence of Dick (Joel McCrea), her father's hero employee invited to the house for dinner, soon realizing he's also a football hero, his first scene in director Lloyd Bacon's Kept Husbands, 1931.
Kept Husbands (1931) - Good Fortune For The Bride Young steel-worker Dick (Joel McCrea) informs mother (Mary Carr) that he's marrying the boss' daughter Dorothy (Dorothy Mackaill), all but his father (apparently un-credited), who also works at the mill, evidently not troubled, in Kept Husbands, 1931.
Kept Husbands (1931) - My Pansy Is Dying! Newlyweds shopping in Paris, middle class Dick (Joel McCrea) and affluent Dot (Dorothy Mackaill) are alarmed when her snooty friend Lucille (Clara Kimball Young) lights into her less munificent husband Llewelyn (Freeman Wood), discussion following, in RKO's Kept Husbands, 1931.
Divine Lady, The (1929) - What Destiny Holds Filling in for her ambassador husband in Naples, Emma (Corinne Griffith) receives Captain Nelson (Victor Varconi), with the Scottish folk song "Loch Lomond" in synchronized sound, in the mostly silent The Divine Lady, 1929.

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