Jack Henley

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American screenwriter Jack Henley started out at the Vitaphone studios in Brooklyn. Henley scripted a handful of Edgar Bergen-Charlie McCarthy short subjects during the 1934-35 season, and when Vitaphone closed its Flatbush studios in 1939, he moved to the company's Burbank, California headquarters, where he penned such offbeat 2-reelers as Elsa Maxwell's The Lady and the Lug (1940). He graduated to features with the Sam Katzman unit at Monogram in 1941, then spent the war years working on Columbia's "B"-movie product. Jack Henley wrote or co-wrote virtually all of Columbia's "Blondie" films from 1947 to 1950, before closing out his career at Universal with such films as Bonzo Goes to College (1952).

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No Score Yet Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikiki Screenwriter 1955
No Score Yet Ma and Pa Kettle on Vacation Screenwriter 1953
No Score Yet Ma and Pa Kettle Back on the Farm Screenwriter 1951
No Score Yet Beware of Blondie Screenwriter 1950
No Score Yet Blondie's Hero Screenwriter 1950
No Score Yet Blondie Hits the Jackpot Screenwriter 1949
No Score Yet Blondie's Secret Screenwriter 1948
No Score Yet Blondie in the Dough Screenwriter 1947
No Score Yet Blondie's Anniversary Screenwriter 1947
No Score Yet A Thousand and One Nights Screenwriter 1945
No Score Yet Carolina Blues Screenwriter 1944
No Score Yet Dangerous Blondes Screenwriter 1943
No Score Yet Reveille with Beverly Screenwriter 1943
No Score Yet A Night to Remember Screenwriter 1942
No Score Yet Mr. Wise Guy Screenwriter 1942
No Score Yet Private Snuffy Smith Screenwriter 1942
No Score Yet Zis Boom Bah Screenwriter 1942
No Score Yet Spooks Run Wild Screenwriter 1941
No Score Yet The 3 Penny Opera (Die 3groschenoper) Tiger Brown 1931

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