Zelda Sears

Highest Rated: 75% The Divorcée (1930)
Lowest Rated: 75% The Divorcée (1930)
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Birthplace: Not Available
Musical comedy favorite Zelda Sears made her Broadway debut in the 1908 production Nearly a Hero. As busy a playwright as an actress, Sears penned the librettos for several long-running musicals, often in collaboration with Harold Levy; she also came up with such non-musical stage fare as The Clinging Vine, Cornered, and Road to Paradise, all of which were later filmed. Coming to Hollywood during the talkie revolution, she co-wrote many of Marie Dressler's best screen vehicles, including Tugboat Annie. Zelda Sears also acted in such early sound productions as The Divorcee and The Bishop Murder Case (both 1930).

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Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Sadie McKee Mrs. Craney 1934
No Score Yet Operator 13 Screenwriter 1934
No Score Yet Dancing Lady Screenwriter 1933
No Score Yet Tugboat Annie Screenwriter 1933
No Score Yet New Morals for Old Screenwriter 1932
No Score Yet Emma Screenwriter 1932
No Score Yet Prosperity Screenwriter 1932
No Score Yet Susan Lenox: Her Fall and Rise Screenwriter 1931
No Score Yet Daybreak Screenwriter 1931
No Score Yet Inspiration Pauline 1931
No Score Yet Politics Screenwriter 1931
No Score Yet Reducing Screenwriter 1931
75% The Divorcée Hannah, Jerry's Maid Screenwriter 1930
No Score Yet The Bishop Murder Case Mrs. Otto Drukker 1930

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