Lillie Hayward


Screenwriter

Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

The Shaggy Dog (2006)
Source Material
The Shaggy Dog (1994)
From Story
The Shaggy Dog (1994)
Screenplay
Lad: A Dog (1962)
Screenwriter
The Boy and the Pirates (1960)
Screenwriter
Toby Tyler (1960)
Screenwriter
The Shaggy Dog (1959)
Screenwriter
Tonka (1958)
Screenwriter
The Proud Rebel (1958)
Screenwriter
Tarzan and the Lost Safari (1957)
Screenwriter
Santa Fe Passage (1955)
Screenwriter
Bronco Buster (1952)
Screenwriter
The Raiders (1952)
Screenwriter
Cattle Drive (1951)
Writer
Strange Bargain (1949)
Screenwriter
Follow Me Quietly (1949)
Screenwriter
Blood on the Moon (1948)
Screenwriter
Northwest Stampede (1948)
Story and Screenplay
Banjo (1947)
Writer
Black Beauty (1946)
Screenwriter
Smoky (1946)
Screenwriter
Child of Divorce (1946)
Wrt for the Screenplay by
Johnny Comes Flying Home (1946)
Contr to Screenplay constr
My Pal Wolf (1944)
Screenwriter
Tahiti Nights (1944)
Original Screenplay
Margin for Error (1943)
Screenwriter
My Friend Flicka (1943)
Screenwriter
Heart of the Rio Grande (1942)
Screenwriter
On the Sunny Side (1942)
Screenwriter
The Undying Monster (1942)
Screenwriter
Aloma of the South Seas (1941)
Screenwriter
The Biscuit Eater (1940)
Screenwriter
Unmarried (1939)
Screenwriter
King of Chinatown (1939)
Screenwriter
Disbarred (1939)
Screenwriter
Television Spy (1939)
Screenwriter
Sons of the Legion (1938)
Original story and Screenplay
Her Jungle Love (1938)
Screenwriter
Expensive Husbands (1937)
Screenwriter
Blonde Trouble (1937)
Screenwriter
Penrod and Sam (1937)
Screenwriter
That Man's Here Again (1937)
Screenwriter
Night Club Scandal (1937)
Screenwriter
Her Husband's Secretary (1937)
Screenwriter
Ever Since Eve (1937)
Screenwriter
Hotel Haywire (1937)
Contr to Screenplay const
The Walking Dead (1936)
Screenwriter
Personal Maid's Secret (1935)
Screenwriter
The White Cockatoo (1935)
Screenwriter
Front Page Woman (1935)
Screenwriter
Registered Nurse (1934)
Screenwriter
Big Hearted Herbert (1934)
Screenwriter
Bedside (1934)
Screenwriter
Housewife (1934)
Screenwriter
Housewife (1934)
Story
Lady Killer (1933)
Screenwriter
Frisco Jenny (1933)
Story
They Call It Sin (1932)
Screenwriter
Miss Pinkerton (1932)
Adaptation
Big City Blues (1932)
Screenwriter
On the Border (1930)
Story, scen and dial
The Man Hunter (1930)
Story
Runaway Girls (1928)
Story
Driftwood (1928)
Adaptation
Driftwood (1928)
Cont
Ranson's Folly (1926)
Adaptation
The Amateur Gentleman (1926)
Scen
My Own Pal (1926)
Screenwriter
Every Man's Wife (1925)
Scen
The Fighting Heart (1925)
Scen
The Best Bad Man (1925)
Scen
Janice Meredith (1924)
Scen
Janice Meredith (1924)
Adaptation

Producer (Feature Film)

Banjo (1947)
Producer
Child of Divorce (1946)
Producer

Life Events

1919

script editor

Videos

Movie Clip

Blood On The Moon (1948) - You'll Make Up The Difference Rilling (Robert Preston) brings pal Jim (Robert Mitchum) to meet crooked partner Pindalest (Frank Faylen), explaining his proposition, in Robert Wise's high-brow Western Blood On The Moon, 1948.
Blood On The Moon (1948) - If I Can Find My Blanket Opening sequence finds Jim Garry (Robert Mitchum) making camp, dodging a stampede, and meeting cowboy Bart (Robert Bray), in director Robert Wise's arty Western Blood On The Moon, 1948.
Blood On The Moon (1948) -- You're Working For Us Now? En route to deliver a note for a rancher, Garry (Robert Mitchum) meets his feisty daughter Amy (Barbara Bel Geddes), then her sister (Phyllis Thaxter) and brother (Tom Tully), in Robert Wise's range-war Western Blood On The Moon, 1948.
Follow Me Quietly (1949) - They're Twins With Two Heads Discouraged cop Grant (William Lundigan) is moderately surprised to see Ann (Dorothy Patrick), reporter for a low-rent crime magazine, spicily dressed and awaiting him in his apartment, and decides to test her determination, in Follow Me Quietly, 1949, directed by Richard Fleischer, from a script originated by Anthony Mann.
Follow Me Quietly (1949) - Editor Lives To Tell Taking a new call on their current case, we learn here that “The Judge” is a serial killer, as cops Grant and Collins (William Lundigan, Jeff Corey) arrive to interrogate newspaper editor McGill (Frank Ferguson), who recounts his attack, in Follow Me Quietly, 1949.
Proud Rebel, The (1958) - The Dog's Not For Sale Breeder Bates (James Westerfield) appears as Chandler and his mute son (Alan Ladd and son David), with their awesome dog, wrangle the sheep the Burleighs (Thomas Pittman, Dean Jagger, Dean Stanton) stampeded onto their employer’s (Olivia de Havilland) crops, in The Proud Rebel, 1958.
Proud Rebel, The (1958) - I'll Pay His Fine Southerner Chandler (Alan Ladd) in Illinois, framed by the Burleighs (Thomas Pittman, Dean Jagger, Dean Stanton), who poured liquor on him after starting a fight, Henry Hull the judge, bystander Linnett (Olivia de Havilland) backing his mute son (Ladd’s son David), in The Proud Rebel, 1958.
Toby Tyler (1960) - When No One Else Would Have You! Orphan Kevin Corcoran (title character) having turned down a circus job offer from Tupper (Bob Sweeney), accepts a pass to that night’s show, then finds out from his uncle and aunt (Tom Fadden, Edith Evanson) that he should have skipped the parade, early in Disney’s Toby Tyler, 1960.
Toby Tyler (1960) - Throws A Puny Shadow Kevin Corcoran (title character) on his first morning with the circus caravan, placed in the care of not-so-tough strong-man Ben (Henry Calvin), gets upbraided by his official employer, concessions- man Tupper (Bob Sweeney), in Walt Disney’s Toby Tyler, 1960.
Toby Tyler (1960) - That Chimp In There's Got My .45! After a circus-wagon crash in the center of town, Kevin Corcoran (title character) realizes Mr. Stubbs (as played by “Mr. Stubbs,” the Congo-born chimp hired by Walt Disney) has escaped into the bank and grabbed a gun, Jess Kirkpatrick the sheriff, in Toby Tyler, 1960.
My Friend Flicka (1942) - I Didn't Mean To Scare Them Big horse action on location in Wyoming where the original novel by Mary O’Hara was set, rancher Rob (Preston Foster) and hired man Gus (James Bell) are bringing in the herd when accident-prone son Ken (Roddy McDowall) causes a minor avalanche, and meets a colt, in My Friend Flicka, 1942.
My Friend Flicka (1942) - Rocket's Loco On their Wyoming ranch, checking damage done by a mountain lion, rancher Rob (Preston Foster), with hired Gus (James Bell), has reluctantly promised a horse to his sort-of hapless son Ken (Roddy McDowall), who makes a challenging choice, in My Friend Flicka, 1942.

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