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Blonde Crazy.
(1931)
Director: Roy Del Ruth; Principal Cast: James Cagney, Joan Blondell; Adaptation and Dialogue: Kubec Glasmon, John Bright; Source: Original story, "Larceny Lane," by Kubec Glasmon and John Bright; Scripts: Screenplay. Larceny Lane, by Kubec Glasmon and John Bright. ND. 102 pp. (35/8); Final. Larceny Lane, by Glasmon and Bright. 27 May with revisions to 22 Sep. 1931. c 136 pp (36/2).
     Reel: 1

Blonde Crazy.
(1931)
Director: Roy Del Ruth; Principal Cast: James Cagney, Joan Blondell; Adaptation and Dialogue: Kubec Glasmon, John Bright; Source: Original story, "Larceny Lane," by Kubec Glasmon and John Bright; Scripts: Screenplay. Larceny Lane, by Kubec Glasmon and John Bright. ND. 102 pp. [35/8]; Final. Larceny Lane, by Glasmon and Bright. 27 May with revisions to 22 Sept. 1931. c 136 pp. [36/2].
     Reel: 61

Boy Meets Girl.
(1938)
Producer: Hal B. Wallis; Director: Lloyd Bacon; Principal Cast: James Cagney, Pat O'Brien; Adaptation: Sam and Bella Spewack; Source: Play, "Boy Meets Girl," by Sam and Bella Spewack; Scripts: Temporary. By Sam and Bella Spewack. 25 Mar. 1937. 154 pp., [40/3]; Rev. Final. By the Spewacks. 22 Feb. with revisions to 1 Mar. 1938. 139 pp. [40/5].
     Reel: 64

Bullets or Ballots.
(1936)
Supervisor: Lou Edelman; Director: William Keighley; Principal Cast: Edward G. Robinson, Joan Blondell; Adaptation: Seton I. Miller; Source: Original story, "All the Evidence," by Martin Mooney; Scripts: Screenplay. All the Evidence, by Martin Mooney. 14 Dec. 1935. 109 pp. (47/11); Story Outline. All the Evidence, by Seton I. Miller. 10 Jan. 1936. 27 pp. (47/13); Final. Bullets and Ballots, by Miller. 5 Feb. with revisions to 28 Mar. 1936. c 160 pp. (48/2).
     Reel: 4

The California Mail.
(1936)
Supervisor: Bryan Foy; Director: Noel Smith; Principal Cast: Dick Foran, Linda Perry; Adaptation: Harold Buckley and Roy Chanslor; Source: Original story, "The Pony Express Rider," by Harold Buckley and Roy Chanslor; Script: Final. The Pony Express Rider, by Harold Buckley and Roy Chanslor. 10 Jun. with revisions to 18 Jun. 1936. c 130 pp. [50/2].
     Reel: 59

Call It a Day.
(1937)
Supervisor: Henry Blanke; Director: Archie Mayo; Principal Cast: Olivia de Havilland, Jan Hunter; Adaptation: Casey Robinson; Source: Play, "Dodie Smith," by C.L. Anthony; Script: Final. By Casey Robinson. 11 Nov. with revisions to 2 Dec. 1936. c 120 pp. [50/6].
     Reel: 62

Captain Thunder.
(1930)
Director: Alan Crosland; Principal Cast: Fay Wray, Victor Varconi; Adaptation: Gordon Rigby; Source: Short Story, "Married in Mexico," by Hal Davitt and Pierre Couderc; Script: Final. The Gay Caballero, by Gordon Rigby. ND. 104 pp. [52/6].
     Reel: 55

The Charge of the Light Brigade.
(1936)
Supervisor: Sam Bischoff; Director: Michael Curtiz; Cast: Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland; Adaptation: Michael Jacoby, Rowland Leigh; Source: Poem, "The Charge of the Light Brigade," by Alfred Tennyson; Scripts: Treatment. By Michael Jacoby. 18 May 1935. 26 pp. [62/3]; Screenplay. By Jacoby and Rowland Leigh. 19 Jul. 1935. 204 pp. [62/5]; Final. By Jacoby and Leigh. 25 Mar. with revisions to 27 Mar. 1936. c 145 pp. [62/10].
     Reel: 71

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Source Citation: Warner Brothers Screenplays, 1930-1950

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