Elmer Harris


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

Johnny Belinda (1982)
Play As Source Material
Three Wise Guys (1936)
Screenwriter
Let 'Em Have It (1935)
Story
Cross Country Cruise (1934)
Screenwriter
Looking for Trouble (1934)
Screenwriter
The Barbarian (1933)
Screenplay and dial
Skyscraper Souls (1932)
Dial cont
Society Girl (1932)
Screenwriter
Stepping Out (1931)
Dial
Father and Son (1929)
Story
The Spirit of Youth (1929)
Story
The Spirit of Youth (1929)
Cont
Name the Woman (1928)
Adaptation
A Woman's Way (1928)
Adaptation
The Sporting Age (1928)
Adaptation
That Certain Thing (1928)
Story
Ransom (1928)
Adaptation
The Desert Bride (1928)
Scen
Court-Martial (1928)
Story
So This Is Love (1928)
Adaptation
Object--Alimony (1928)
Story
The Matinee Idol (1928)
Adaptation
The Siren (1927)
Adaptation
Eve's Leaves (1926)
Adaptation
Eve's Leaves (1926)
Prod Editor
Sunny Side Up (1926)
Adaptation
Made for Love (1926)
Prod Editor
The Awful Truth (1925)
Scen
The Awful Truth (1925)
Adaptation
The Coming of Amos (1925)
Prod Editor
No More Women (1924)
Writer
The Girl on the Stairs (1924)
Adaptation
Garrison's Finish (1923)
Scen
Her Own Money (1922)
Scen
Tess of the Storm Country (1922)
Adaptation
Her Gilded Cage (1922)
Adaptation
All Souls' Eve (1921)
Scen
The Education of Elizabeth (1921)
Scen
Ducks and Drakes (1921)
Scen
Her Sturdy Oak (1921)
Scen
The March Hare (1921)
Story
Her Sturdy Oak (1921)
Story
Ducks and Drakes (1921)
Story
The Speed Girl (1921)
Story
What Happened to Jones (1920)
Scen
Mrs. Temple's Telegram (1920)
Scen
The Six Best Cellars (1920)
Scen
Jack Straw (1920)
Scen
The Sins of St. Anthony (1920)
Scen
Miss Hobbs (1920)
Scen
An Adventure in Hearts (1919)
Scen
The Lottery Man (1919)
Scen
The Love That Dares (1919)
Story
It Pays to Advertise (1919)
Scen
Why Smith Left Home (1919)
Scen
The Wild Olive (1915)
Scen
Help Wanted (1915)
Scen

Producer (Feature Film)

Sunny Side Up (1926)
Supervisor
The Awful Truth (1925)
Presented By
The Girl on the Stairs (1924)
Supervisor
The Wise Virgin (1924)
Supervisor-Writ
The Girl on the Stairs (1924)
Presented By
No More Women (1924)
Presented By
No More Women (1924)
Producer
Loving Lies (1924)
Presented By
Garrison's Finish (1923)
Supervisor
Richard, the Lion-Hearted (1923)
Producer
Too Much Wife (1922)
Supervisor
Ducks and Drakes (1921)
Supervisor

Writer (Special)

Johnny Belinda (1958)
Play As Source Material
Johnny Belinda (1955)
Play As Source Material

Special Thanks (Special)

Johnny Belinda (1958)
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Johnny Belinda (1955)
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Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Skyscraper Souls - Make Up For Lost Time Opening shot confirms that the tower in our story dwarfs the Empire State Building, gregarious Tom (Norman Foster) meets heroine Lynn (Maureen O'Sullivan) who then joins dressmaker Vinmont (Gregory Ratoff), in Skyscraper Souls, 1932.
Skyscraper Souls - Top Of The World Greedy banker Dwight (Warren William) toying with investors led by Brewster (Purnell B. Pratt), who then receives merger candidate Hamilton (Arnold Lucy), early in MGM's Skyscraper Souls, 1932.
Johnny Belinda (1948) - It Can't Be Hereditary Robert (Lew Ayres), with Belinda (Jane Wyman, in her Academy Award-winning role) in town to meet hearing specialist Dr. Gray (Jonathan Hale), is stunned when he makes a passing reference to her being pregnant, in Johnny Belinda, 1948.
Johnny Belinda (1948) - She'll Never Tell On You Raucous crowd led by Locky (Stephen McNally) for an impromptu dance at the McDonald farm where Robert (Lew Ayres) helps Belinda (Jane Wyman) with the music and Stella (Jan Sterling) issues a warning, in Johnny Belinda, 1948.
Johnny Belinda (1948) - She Growed Up That Way Aggie (Agnes Moorehead) has dragged M.D. Robert (Lew Ayres) to the McDonald farm to help a cow, whereupon he meets father Black (Charles Bickford) and daughter Belinda (Jane Wyman), in Johnny Belinda, 1948, directed by Jean Negulesco.
Skyscraper Souls - I'd Like Another Tycoon Dwight (Warren William) drops in on paramour Sarah (Verree Teasdale) happening to meet her fetching new aide Lynn (Maureen O'Sullivan), in whom he takes immediate interest, in MGM's Skyscraper Souls, 1932.

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