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Clay M. Greene (1850–1933)

Clay M. Greene was born on March 12, 1850 in San Francisco, California, USA as Clay Meredith Greene. He was a writer and director, known for Millionaire Billie (1916), Her Wayward Sister (1916) and Belle of Barnegat (1915). He was married to Mrs. Laura Hewett Robinson and Alice Randolph Wheeler. He died on September 5, 1933 in San Francisco. See full bio »

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Known For

Millionaire Billie
Her Wayward Sister
Belle of Barnegat
The Ogre and the Girl


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 1926 Pawn Ticket 210 (unpublished play)
 1916 The New South (story)
 1916 Two Smiths and a Haff (Short)
 1916 The Winning Number (Short)
 1916 Millionaire Billie (Short) (story)
 1916 Mr. Housekeeper (Short) (story)
 1916 A Wise Waiter (Short) (story)
 1916 Billie's Double (Short)
 1916 Dare Devil Bill (Short) (story)
 1916 The Uplift (Short) (scenario)
 1916 The Evangelist (scenario)
 1915 Sweeter Than Revenge (Short)
 1915 The Ogre and the Girl (Short) (scenario)
 1915 Belle of Barnegat (Short)
 1915 The Great Ruby (scenario)
 1915/II The Witness (Short) (scenario)
 1915 The Climbers
 1915 Whom the Gods Would Destroy (Short) (story)
 1915 The District Attorney (scenario)
 1915 The Sporting Duchess (scenario)
 1915 The College Widow (scenario)
 1915 The White Mask (Short) (story)
 1915 Patsy, Married and Settled (Short) (story)
 1915 Patsy on a Yacht (Short) (story)
 1915 Patsy Among the Smugglers (Short) (story)
 1915 Siren of Corsica (Short)
 1915 Patsy in Town (Short) (story)
 1915 Patsy Among the Fairies (Short) (story)
 1915 Patsy's Elopement (Short) (story)
 1915 It All Depends (Short) (story)
 1915 Patsy at the Seashore (Short) (story)
 1915 Patsy in a Seminary (Short) (story)
 1915 Patsy on a Trolley Car (Short) (story)
 1915 Patsy in Business (Short) (story)
 1915 Patsy's Vacation (Short) (story)
 1915 Patsy at College (Short) (story)
 1915 A War Baby (Short) (story)
 1915 Patsy's First Love (Short) (story)
 1914 Patsy at School (Short) (story)
 1914 The Sorceress (Short) (story)
 1914 The Girl at the Lock (Short) (story)
 1914 The Trunk Mystery (Short) (story)
 1914 Little Breeches (Short) (story)
 1914 The Klondike Bubble (Short) (story)
 1914 A Strange Melody (Short)
 1914 The Sleeping Sentinel (Short) (scenario)
 1914 Through Fire to Fortune (scenario)
 1914 Treasures on Earth (Short) (story)
 1913/I A Waif of the Desert (Short) (story - as Clay Greene)
 1913 The Fiancee and the Fairy (Short) (story)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: For Love's Sweet Sake. Written by Clay M. Greene [final Broadway credit]. Princess Theatre: 12 Feb 1906- Feb 1906 (closing date unknown/8 performances/played in repertory with a revival of The Bishop). Cast: M. Alexander, Nicholas Carroll, Thomas H. Ince, W.H. Thompson. See more »

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Alternate Names:

C.E. Green | Clay Greene | Daddy Greene | R.E. Greene

Did You Know?


Was stricken blind on 16 March 1918 while playing a game of solitaire at the Jonathan Club in Los Angles. He had been experiencing eye problems over the previous week and was later diagnosed as having a vitreous hemorrhage. This caused an abrupt end to his prolific writing career. See more »

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