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John Grey (I) (1885–1964)

John Grey was born on December 19, 1885 in Manhattan [now in New York City], New York, USA as John Wesley Grey. He was a writer and director, known for Fighting Fate (1925), Wide Open (1927) and Super Speed (1925). He died on December 11, 1964 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Fighting Fate
Fighting Fate Writer
Wide Open
Wide Open Writer
Super Speed
Super Speed Writer
For Heaven's Sake


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 1963 The Littlest Hobo (TV Series) (teleplay - 1 episode)
- Blue Water Sailor (1963) ... (teleplay)
 1960 The Texan (TV Series) (teleplay - 1 episode)
- The Guilty and the Innocent (1960) ... (teleplay)
 1959 Death Valley Days (TV Series) (1 episode)
- The Talking Wire (1959)
  Sky King (TV Series) (written by - 2 episodes, 1958 - 1959) (teleplay - 1 episode, 1959)
- Mickey's Birthday (1959) ... (written by)
- A Mickey for Sky (1959) ... (teleplay)
- Sky Robbers (1958) ... (written by)
 1952 Paradise for Buster (Short) (story)
 1947 Bride and Gloom (Short) (story)
 1946 Mr. Noisy (Short) (story)
 1945 I Love a Bandleader (story)
 1945 Swingin' on a Rainbow (screenplay)
 1945 Rockin' in the Rockies (screenplay)
 1944 The Singing Sheriff (story)
 1944 Sing a Jingle
 1943 How's About It (adaptation)
 1942 Sappy Birthday (Short) (story and screenplay)
 1942 Private Snuffy Smith (original screenplay)
 1941 French Fried Patootie (Short) (screenplay) / (story)
 1941 All the World's a Stooge (Short) (screenplay) / (story)
 1941 Yumpin' Yimminy! (Short) (screenplay) / (story)
 1940 You're Next! (Short) (story)
 1940 The Heckler (Short) (story and screen play)
 1939 The Awful Goof (Short) (story and screen play)
 1939 Hawaiian Nights (story)
 1938 I'm from the City (screenplay)
 1937 Forty Naughty Girls (screen play)
 1937 Too Many Wives (screenplay)
 1936 Mysterious Crossing (screenplay)
 1936 Ay Tank Ay Go (Short) (story and screen play)
 1936 False Alarms (Short) (screenplay) / (story)
 1936 Bunker Bean (contributing writer - uncredited)
 1936 Will Power (Short) (story)
 1936 Gasoloons (Short) (story)
 1935 Home Work (Short)
 1935 Alibi Bye Bye (Short) (story - as Johnnie Grey)
 1935 The Leather Necker (Short) (uncredited)
 1935 Flying Down to Zero (Short) (story - as Johnny Grey)
 1935 South Seasickness (Short) (story)
 1935 His Bridal Sweet (Short) (screenplay) / (story)
 1934 In a Pig's Eye (Short) (story - as Johnnie Grey)
 1934 Ferry-Go-Round (Short) (story)
 1934 Everything's Ducky (Short) (story - as Johnnie Grey)
 1934 Unlucky Strike (Short) (story - as Johnny Grey)
 1934 Odor in the Court (Short) (story - as Johnnie Grey)
 1934 Bedlam of Beards (Short) (story - as Johnny Grey)
 1934 In the Devildog House (Short) (original screenplay - as Johnny Grey)
 1933 Hold Your Temper (Short) (screenplay)
 1933 The Gay Nighties (Short) (story - as Johnnie Grey)
 1933 The Druggist's Dilemma (Short) (story - as Johnnie Grey)
 1933 Hokus Focus (Short) (story - as Johnny Grey)
 1932 Hypnotized
 1932 His Royal Shyness (Short) (as Johnny Grey)
 1932 Movie Crazy (story)
 1932 Divorce a la Mode (Short)
 1932 Meet the Senator (Short)
 1932 Listening In (Short)
 1932 Speed in the Gay Nineties (Short)
 1932 The Flirty Sleepwalker (Short)
 1932 Heavens! My Husband! (Short)
 1931 A Melon-Drama (Short) (adaptation - as Johnny Grey) / (dialogue - as Johnny Grey)
 1931 Scratch-As-Catch-Can (Short) (adaptation - as Johnny Grey)
 1931 False Roomers (Short) (adaptation - as Johnny Grey)
 1931 That's My Meat (Short) (as Johnnie Grey)
 1931 Trouble from Abroad (Short) (story - as Johnnie Grey)
 1931 Howdy Mate (Short)
 1931 Lime Juice Nights (Short) (dialogue and continuity - as Johnnie Grey)
 1931 Dumbbells in Derbies (Short) (dialogue and continuity - as Johnnie Grey)
 1930 Trader Ginsberg (Short) (continuity - as Johnnie Grey)
 1930 Hey Diddle Diddle (Short) (as Johnnie Grey)
 1930 Aunt's in the Pants (Short) (as Johnnie Grey)
 1930 Moonlight and Monkey Business (Short) (as Johnnie Grey)
 1930 Feet First (story)
 1930 Razored in Old Kentucky (Short) (as Johnnie Grey)
 1930 Worldly Goods (screenplay)
 1930 Land of the Sky Blue Daughters (Short) (adaptation - as Johnnie Grey)
 1930 Old Vamps for New (Short) (adaptation - as Johnnie Grey)
 1930 Lost and Foundered (Short) (adaptation - as Johnnie Grey)
 1930 The Sleeping Cutie (Short) (adaptation - as Johnnie Grey)
 1929 Coquette (adaptation)
 1928 Chinatown Charlie (writer)
 1928 Speedy (screenplay - uncredited) / (story)
 1927 Tracked by the Police (scenario - as Johnnie Grey)
 1927 The Kid Brother (scenario) / (story)
 1927 Wide Open (as John Wesley Grey)
 1926 For Heaven's Sake (story)
 1925 Fighting Fate (screenplay - as John W. Grey) / (story - as John W. Grey)
 1925 The Freshman (story)
 1925 Crack o' Dawn (scenario - as John Wesley Grey)
 1925 Youth's Gamble (screenplay - as John Wesley Grey) / (story - as John Wesley Grey)
 1925 Super Speed (scenario - as Henry R. Symonds, John W. Grey) / (story - as Henry R. Symonds, John W. Grey)
 1924 Geared to Go (screenplay - as John Wesley Grey) / (story - as John Wesley Grey)
 1924 Hot Water (story and titles)
 1924 Fools in the Dark (scenario)
 1923 Canyon of the Fools (as John W. Grey)
 1922 Bluebeard, Jr. (as John W. Grey)
 1921 Too Much Married (as John W. Grey)
 1921 Molly O' (titles)
 1921 Terror Trail (as John W. Grey)
 1920 The Mystery Mind (as John W. Grey)
 1920 Terror Island (by - as John W. Grey)
 1919 The Grim Game (story - as John W. Grey)
 1919 The Carter Case (scenario - as John W. Grey)
 1918 Kidder and Ko (story - as John W. Grey)
 1918 Daddy's Girl (scenario - as John W. Grey)
 1917 The Little Patriot (story - as John W. Grey)
 1917 A Maiden's Trust (Short)
 1917 Done in Oil (Short)
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Alternate Names:

John W. Grey | John Wesley Grey | Johnnie Grey | Johnny Grey | Henry R. Symonds

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Co-founded (w/Arthur B. Reeve, Harry Houdini and Louis Grossman) Supreme Pictures Corp. (1919-20), a film production company. See more »

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