Eddie Welch

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Not to be confused with the Hollywood stunt man of the same name, Eddie Welch was a busy comedy writer at RKO in the early talkie era. An old vaudeville buddy of comedian Bert Wheeler, Welch contributed to the screenplays of the Wheeler and Woolsey vehicles Peach O' Reno (1931), Girl Crazy (1932), and Hold 'em Jail (1932). He then moved to Paramount, where he labored away in the B-picture unit for several years. Before his retirement in 1938, Eddie Welch managed to work on at least one of Dorothy Lamour's South Sea epics.

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No Score Yet Hold 'em Jail Screenwriter 1932
No Score Yet Girl Crazy Screenwriter 1932
No Score Yet Men of Chance Screenwriter 1932
No Score Yet Peach-O-Reno Screenwriter 1931
No Score Yet Caught Plastered Screenwriter 1931

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