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Monte Brice

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American writer/director Monte Brice kept busy in the 1920s as a comedy-movie gag man. One of Brice's most prestigious writing credits was the classic 1927 Raymond Griffith comedy Hands Up. Dabbling in directing, Brice helmed the raucous Wallace Beery baseball vehicle Casey at the Bat (1927) and the early-talkie W.C. Fields short subject The Golf Specialist. In the 1940s, Brice was writer or co-writer of such big-budget musicals as Pot o' Gold (1941), The Fleet's In (1944) and Variety Girl (1947), and also labored away in the Columbia "B"-musical mills. He ended his days as a career advisor to comedian Bob Hope. While reminiscing on his Hollywood years with film historian Kevin Brownlow, Monte Brice wistfully observed that "the parade's gone by"--a phrase that ultimately served as the title for the first of Brownlow's books on the silent-movie era.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet You're a Sweetheart
  • Screenwriter
2013
No Score Yet Variety Girl
  • Screenwriter
1947
No Score Yet Eadie Was a Lady
  • Screenwriter
1945
No Score Yet Joan of Ozark
  • Screenwriter
1942
No Score Yet Mexican Spitfire Sees a Ghost
  • Screenwriter
1942
No Score Yet Sing Your Worries Away
  • Screenwriter
1942
No Score Yet Four Jacks and a Jill
  • Screenwriter
1941
No Score Yet You'll Find Out (Here Come the Boogie Men)
  • Screenwriter
1940
No Score Yet Mama Loves Papa
  • Screenwriter
1933
No Score Yet Golf Specialist
  • Director
1930
No Score Yet A Flask of Fields
  • Director
1930
No Score Yet Hands Up
  • Screenwriter
1926
No Score Yet Behind the Front
  • Screenwriter
1926

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