Lionel Houser


Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

Christmas In Connecticut (TNT) (1992)
Story By
Christmas In Connecticut (TNT) (1992)
From Story
The Secret Fury (1950)
Screenwriter
Cargo to Capetown (1950)
Writer
Adventure in Baltimore (1949)
Screenwriter
Courage of Lassie (1946)
Original Screenplay
Faithful in My Fashion (1946)
Writer
Christmas in Connecticut (1945)
Screenwriter
Three Hearts for Julia (1942)
Story and Screenplay
A Yank at Eton (1942)
Screenwriter
Jackass Mail (1942)
Contract Writer
Design for Scandal (1941)
Original Story
Third Finger, Left Hand (1940)
Original Screenplay
Dark Command (1940)
Screenwriter
Wolf of New York (1940)
Screenwriter
The Forgotten Woman (1939)
Screenwriter
Sabotage (1939)
Original Screenplay
Tell No Tales (1939)
Screenwriter
The Girl from Mexico (1939)
Screenwriter
First Love (1939)
Screenwriter
The Girl from Mexico (1939)
Story
They Made Her a Spy (1939)
Story
Night Spot (1938)
Screenwriter
Smashing the Rackets (1938)
Screenwriter
Sky Giant (1938)
Story and Screenplay
Condemned Women (1938)
Story and Screenplay
Blind Alibi (1938)
Screenwriter
Border Cafe (1937)
Screenwriter
She's Dangerous (1937)
Screenwriter
I Promise to Pay (1937)
Original Screenplay
Let Them Live (1937)
Screenwriter
Love Takes Flight (1937)
Screenwriter
Devil's Squadron (1936)
Screenwriter
The Public Menace (1935)
Screenwriter
Grand Exit (1935)
Screenwriter
The Lone Wolf Returns (1935)
Screenwriter

Producer (Feature Film)

Cargo to Capetown (1950)
Producer
Faithful in My Fashion (1946)
Producer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Adventure In Baltimore (1949) - My Anatomy Is Terrible Opening with 20-year-old Shirley Temple, now a young married mom, loaned out with her husband John Agar by David Selznick to RKO, with a narrated gag and encounters with Regina Wallace her teacher and Robert Young her minister father, in Adventure In Baltimore, 1949.
Adventure In Baltimore (1949) - The Little People Home early in 1905, expelled from boarding school for her liberal views about art, Shirley Temple as aspiring painter Dinah with her brother (Johnny Sands), the family maid (Tillie Born) and her mother (Josephine Hutchinson), in Adventure In Baltimore, 1949, from a story Lesser Samuels and Christopher Isherwood, also starring Temple’s husband John Agar.
Adventure In Baltimore (1949) - Making Flutter Eyes In the church where her father is pastor and her mother (Josephine Hutchinson) directs the choir, aspiring artist Dinah (Shirley Temple), expelled from boarding school for her progressive views, observes her childhood sweetheart Tom (John Agar, Temple’s husband) with his new gal (Carol Brannan), in Adventure In Baltimore, 1949.
Girl From Mexico, The (1939) - Negra Consentida New Yorker Denny (Donald Woods), stuck in a remote Mexican village while trying to recruit a singer for a radio show, is dazzled when sparky Carmelita (Lupe Velez), with whom he’s already tangled, lets loose on a song (by Joaqùin Pardavè), in The Girl From Mexico, 1939.
Girl From Mexico, The (1939) - Little Wet Firecracker New York ad man Denny (Donald Woods) is having no luck in Mexico recruiting a singer for a radio show when he meets the knockout hired help Carmelita (Lupe Velez), her first scene in the first picture in un-premeditated RKO Mexican Spitfire series, The Girl From Mexico, 1939.
Christmas In Connecticut (1945) - Your Christmas Menu Publisher Yardley (Sydney Greenstreet) insists that housewife-columnist Elizabeth (Barbara Stanwyck), who isn't married and can't cook, entertain a war hero at her fictional farmhouse for the holiday in Christmas in Connecticut, 1945.
Christmas In Connecticut (1945) - Flapjacks Columnist Elizabeth (Barbara Stanwyck), posing as a real hostess, gets cooking lessons from Felix (S.Z. Sakall), receives the wrong baby, dodges Yardley (Sydney Greenstreet) and almost gets married in Christmas In Connecticut, 1945.
Christmas in Connecticut (1945) - If I Wasn't Married... The rightly suspicious publisher Mr. Yardley (Sydney Greenstreet) attempts to follow his columnist Elizabeth (Barbara Stanwyck) and soldier Jeff (Dennis Morgan) on their impromptu sleigh-ride in Christmas in Connecticut, 1945.
Public Menace, The - Will You Marry Me? Red (George Murphy) is a New York newspaperman on a docked ocean liner looking for a scoop, who just met ship beautician Cassie (Jean Arthur), who's not being allowed to quit and jump ship, early in The Public Menace, 1935, directed by Erle C. Kenton.
Public Menace, The - Duke Of Scoop Cassie (Jean Arthur) on her first morning in the New York apartment of newsman Red (George Murphy), whom she tricked into marrying her to get out of her job on an ocean liner, and who soon learns he missed a bigger story, in The Public Menace, 1935.
Public Menace, The - Divorce Without Remorse Newly fired newsman Red (George Murphy) is warming somewhat to beautician Cassie (Jean Arthur), who tricked him into marrying her for her convenience, even as they hurry to get divorced, in The Public Menace, 1935.
Third Finger, Left Hand - Open, Margot Opening credits and first scene introducing fashion editor Margot (Myrna Loy) and lawyer Booth (Lee Bowman), criticizing her husband, whom he doesn't know is fictional, from Third Finger, Left Hand, 1940.

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