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Victor Kendall

Victor Kendall was born on September 26, 1903. He is a writer and actor, known for Not So Quiet on the Western Front (1930), Potiphar's Wife (1931) and Save a Little Sunshine (1938). See full bio »
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Potiphar's Wife
(1931)
High Seas
High Seas Writer
(1929)

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 1939 Dangerous Masquerade (screenplay)
 1938 The Gables Mystery (writer)
 1938 Save a Little Sunshine (screenplay)
 1938 Night Alone (screenplay)
 1938 Meet Mr. Penny (writer)
 1938 Mystery of Room 13 (scenario)
 1934 Dick Turpin (scenario)
 1933 The Charming Deceiver (writer)
 1932 Sleepless Nights (scenario)
 1932 The Maid of the Mountains (scenario)
 1931 Potiphar's Wife (screenplay)
 1931 Fascination
 1931 Le cap perdu
 1930 The Black Hand Gang (scenario)
 1930 Night Birds (story)
 1930 Atlantis
 1930 Der Greifer (story)
 1930 Young Woodley (screenplay)
 1929 Atlantic (writer)
 1929 Atlantik (writer)
 1929 Week-End Wives (writer)
 1929 High Seas (writer)
 1929 The Flying Scotsman (writer)
 1929 The Lady from the Sea (writer)
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