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Warren B. Delaplain (1904–1966)

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Worked at Hal Roach Studios as a sound engineer during the talkie transition period. Since Roach's shorts were distributed by MGM (which took a deliberately long wait and see attitude toward choosing a format) at the time, it was slow to adopt sound compared to other studios, producing a somewhat disproportionately large number of part-talkies or ...

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(age 61) in Reseda, California, USA

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Known For

The King and I
The King and I Sound Department
(1956)
Journey to the Center of the Earth
(1959)
Let's Make Love
Let's Make Love Sound Department
(1960)
The Young Lions
The Young Lions Sound Department
(1958)

Filmography

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 1963 The Stripper (sound)
 1962 Five Weeks in a Balloon (sound)
 1962 State Fair (sound)
 1962 Tender Is the Night (sound)
 1961 Bachelor Flat (sound)
 1961 The Comancheros (sound)
 1961 Marines, Let's Go (sound)
 1961 Wild in the Country (sound)
 1961 Return to Peyton Place (sound)
 1961 Madison Avenue (sound)
 1960 Flaming Star (sound)
 1960 North to Alaska (sound)
 1960 Let's Make Love (sound)
 1958 Mardi Gras (sound)
 1958 The Young Lions (sound)
 1958 The Gift of Love (sound)
 1956 The King and I (sound - as Warren Delaplain)
 1955 A Man Called Peter (sound)
 1942 Whispering Ghosts (sound)
 1940 Saps at Sea (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1940 A Chump at Oxford (sound - uncredited)
 1939 Captain Fury (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1939 Zenobia (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1938 Topper Takes a Trip (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1938 There Goes My Heart (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1938 Swiss Miss (first sound assistant - uncredited)
 1937 Our Gang Follies of 1938 (Short) (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1937 Roamin' Holiday (Short) (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1937 Nobody's Baby (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1937 Reunion in Rhythm (Short) (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1936 Spooky Hooky (Short) (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1936 Two Too Young (Short) (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1936 Neighborhood House (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1936 Arbor Day (Short) (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1936 On the Wrong Trek (Short) (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1936 At Sea Ashore (Short) (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1936 Vamp Till Ready (Short) (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1936 The Lucky Corner (Short) (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1936 The Bohemian Girl (sound - uncredited)
 1936 Divot Diggers (Short) (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1936 An All American Toothache (Short) (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1935 Life Hesitates at 40 (Short) (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1935 Manhattan Monkey Business (Short) (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1935 Twin Triplets (Short) (recording engineer - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1935 Nurse to You! (Short) (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1935 Little Papa (Short) (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1935 Slightly Static (Short) (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1935 The Four Star Boarder (Short) (sound - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1934 A Duke for a Day (Short) (recording engineer - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1934 Roamin' Vandals (Short) (recording engineer - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1934 Apples to You! (Short) (recording engineer - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1934 Mixed Nuts (Short) (recording engineer - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1934 Babes in the Goods (Short) (recording engineer - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1934 The Cracked Ice Man (Short) (recording engineer - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1934 Oliver the Eighth (Short) (recording engineer - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1933 Air Fright (Short) (sound engineer - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1933 Luncheon at Twelve (Short) (recording engineer - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1933 Dirty Work (Short) (recording engineer - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1933 Backs to Nature (Short) (recording engineer - as W.B. Delaplain)
 1933 Keg o' My Heart (Short) (recording engineer - as W.B. Delaplain)
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W.B. Delaplain | Warren Delaplain
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Trivia:

Worked at Hal Roach Studios as a sound engineer during the talkie transition period. Since Roach's shorts were distributed by MGM (which took a deliberately long wait and see attitude toward choosing a format) at the time, it was slow to adopt sound compared to other studios, producing a somewhat disproportionately large number of part-talkies or ones with music and sound effects only.

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