Malcolm Stuart Boylan

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The son of American novelist Grace Duffie Boylan, Malcolm Stuart Boylan was an actor and newspaper columnist before entering films in the early '20s as a director of publicity for Universal and First National. He began writing titles as a lark but became highly proficient in this soon-to-be extinguished art, earning the credit of "title designer" on Tom Mix's The Great K & A Train Robbery (1926). Mostly a "script doctor" after the changeover to sound, Stuart contributed dialogue to a host of B-movies through the early '50s, first at Fox and later at Columbia. More often than not, his contributions were unbilled. Later in the decade, he wrote for the Walt Disney television series Zorro.



No Score Yet Soldiers Three Screenwriter 1951
No Score Yet One Too Many Screenwriter 1950
No Score Yet The Lone Wolf and His Lady Screenwriter 1949
No Score Yet The Son of Rusty Screenwriter 1947
No Score Yet The Unknown Screenwriter 1946
No Score Yet Her Favorite Patient Screenwriter 1945
No Score Yet U-Boat Prisoner Screenwriter 1944
No Score Yet Remember Pearl Harbor Screenwriter 1942
No Score Yet Red River Valley Screenwriter 1941
No Score Yet A Yank at Oxford Screenwriter 1938
No Score Yet When's Your Birthday Screenwriter 1937
No Score Yet Devil Dogs of the Air Screenwriter 1935
No Score Yet Madame Racketeer Screenwriter 1932
No Score Yet If I Had a Million Screenwriter 1932
No Score Yet Politics Screenwriter 1931


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