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Forrest Halsey (1877–1949)

Forrest Halsey was born on November 9, 1877 in Roseville, New Jersey, USA as William Forrest Halsey. He was a writer and actor, known for A Most Immoral Lady (1929), One Night at Susie's (1930) and The Divine Lady (1929). He died on September 30, 1949 in Los Angeles County, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

A Most Immoral Lady
One Night at Susie's
The Divine Lady
Prisoners Writer


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 1942 Silver Queen (story)
 1935 Alias Mary Dow (story)
 1931 Kept Husbands (adaptation and dialogue)
 1930 One Night at Susie's (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1930 Sweethearts and Wives (dialogue) / (scenario)
 1930 The Furies (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1929 The Painted Angel (screenplay) / (titles)
 1929 A Most Immoral Lady (dialogue) / (scenario) / (titles)
 1929 Her Private Life (screenplay) / (titles)
 1929 Careers (writer)
 1929 A Man's Man (writer)
 1929 Prisoners (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1929 The Divine Lady (adaptation)
 1929 Saturday's Children (dialogue) / (scenario)
 1928 Outcast (titles)
 1928 The Whip Woman (story)
 1927 New York
 1926 The Sorrows of Satan (screenplay)
 1926 The Palm Beach Girl (scenario)
 1925 Stage Struck (screenplay)
 1925 Madame Sans-Gêne (scenario)
 1924 A Sainted Devil (adaptation)
 1923 The Green Goddess (adaptation)
 1923 The Ragged Edge (writer)
 1921 Disraeli
 1920 White Youth (story)
 1920 Flames of the Flesh (story)
 1919 The Woman of Lies (story)
 1919 The Battler (story)
 1919 A Broadway Saint (story)
 1919 Dust of Desire (story) / (writer)
 1919 The Greater Sinner (writer)
 1919 Phil-for-Short (scenario)
 1919 The Crook of Dreams (story)
 1918/I The Grouch (story)
 1918 The Triumph of the Weak (play "My Man")
 1917 The Serpent's Tooth (story)
 1916 Ashes of Embers (scenario)
 1914/I Her Awakening (Short) (scenario)
 1914 The Stain (author)
 1913 Hearts of the Dark (Short) (story)
 1913 The Social Secretary (Short) (story)
 1913 Peg of the 'Polly P' (Short) (story)
 1913 Success (Short) (story)
 1913 The Silly Sex (Short) (story)
 1913 The Higher Justice (Short) (scenario)
 1913 Ashes (Short) (writer)
 1913 Dick's Turning (Short) (story)
 1913 The Children of St. Anne (Short) (story)
 1913 The Bawlerout (Short) (story)
 1913 A Study in Sociology (Short) (story)
 1913/I The Bells (Short) (scenario)
 1913 Saved from Sin (Short) (story)
 1913 The Open Road (Short) (story)
 1912 Men Who Dare (Short) (story)
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Stage Play: The Wonderful Thing. Comedy/drama. Written by Lillian Trimble Bradley. Based on a story by Forrest Halsey. Playhouse Theatre: 17 Feb 1920- Jun 1920 (closing date unknown/120 performances). Cast: Gordon Ash (as "Donald Mannerby"), Henry Duffey (as "Laurie Mannerby"), Phillip Dunning (as "Tabers"), Jeanne Eagels (as "Jaqueline ... See more »

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