Waldemar Young

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A graduate of Stanford University, screenwriter Waldemar Young entered films in 1917. During the silent era, Young frequently collaborated with Tod Browning, penning the scenarios for such Lon Chaney vehicles as The Unholy Three (1925), The Unknown (1927), and London After Midnight (1927). At Paramount in the 1930s, he worked frequently for Cecil B. De Mille, contributing to the screenplays of Sign of the Cross (1932), Cleopatra (1934), and The Crusades (1935), among others. In 1935, Waldemar Young shared an Academy Award nomination for Lives of the Bengal Lancers.

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