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Victor McLeod

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  • A graduate of the University of Nebraska, Victor McLeod was a radio and magazine essayist prior to entering films as a cartoonist for Walter Lantz in 1935. The road from animated short subjects to action serials was short indeed and McLeod went on to co-write two of Columbia Pictures' better chapterplays, Batman (1943) and The Phantom (1943). He penned scripts for Columbia's B-movie divisions as well, notably Little Miss Broadway (1948), a low-budget Sam Katzman musical starring Jean Porter, wife of director Edward Dmytryk, and for which McLeod even co-wrote (with Betty Wright and Frank Karger) a theme song of sorts, "Judy and Dick." He ended his show-business career in early television, producing and writing the anthology series Chevrolet Tele-Theatre (1948).

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No Score Yet The Batman (An Evening with Batman and Robin) Screenwriter 1943
No Score Yet Horror Island Screenwriter 1941
No Score Yet Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie Screenwriter 1941
No Score Yet Boss of Bullion City Screenwriter 1941
No Score Yet Law and Order Screenwriter 1940

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