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Willard Mack (1873–1934)


Willard Mack was born on September 18, 1873 in Morrisburg, Ontario, Canada as Charles Willard McLaughlin. He was a writer and actor, known for Caught Short (1930), The Dove (1927) and The Voice of the City (1929). He was married to Beatrice Banyard, Pauline Frederick, Marjorie Rambeau and Maude Leone. He died on November 18, 1934 in Brentwood ... See full bio »

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Known For

Caught Short
Caught Short Writer
(1930)
The Dove
The Dove Writer
(1927)
The Voice of the City
(1929)
Go West, Young Man
(1918)

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 1953 Broadway Television Theatre (TV Series) (play - 2 episodes)
- The Noose (1953) ... (play)
- The Kick-In (1953) ... (play)
 1953 The Girl Who Had Everything (play - uncredited)
 1939 The Girl and the Gambler (play "The Dove")
 1936 I'd Give My Life (based on the play: "The Noose" by)
 1936 The Drag-Net (play)
 1934 Nana
 1933 Broadway to Hollywood (screen play)
 1933 What Price Innocence? (writer)
 1933 Song of the Eagle (writer)
 1933 Night of Terror (story "The Public Be Damned")
 1933 Strictly Personal (screenplay)
 1933 The Billion Dollar Scandal (writer)
 1932 Girl of the Rio (play "The Dove")
 1931 Sidewalks of New York (dialogue - uncredited)
 1931 Sporting Blood (screenplay)
 1931 A Free Soul (play - uncredited)
 1931 Kick In (play)
 1931 Monsieur Le Fox (story)
 1931 Reducing (dialogue continuity)
 1931 Luigi La Volpe (story)
 1930 Monsieur Le Fox (story)
 1930 Billy the Kid (uncredited)
 1930 Olimpia
 1930 Men of the North (story)
 1930 Caught Short (continuity) / (dialogue) / (story)
 1930 Lord Byron of Broadway (dialogue continuity)
 1929 Tiger Rose (based upon a play by)
 1929 It's a Great Life (dialogue)
 1929 Untamed (dialogue)
 1929 His Glorious Night (writer)
 1929 Madame X (dialogue)
 1929 The Voice of the City (screen play) / (story)
 1928 Sharp Tools (Short) (writer)
 1928 Hangman's House (uncredited)
 1928 The Book Worm (Short) (by)
 1928 The Noose (play)
 1927 The Dove (play) / (screenplay)
 1925 Old Clothes
 1925 The Monster (scenario)
 1925 The Rag Man (story)
 1924 Little Robinson Crusoe (screenplay) / (story)
 1924 Welcome Stranger (adaptation)
 1924 Daring Love (adaptation)
 1923 Tiger Rose (play)
 1922 Kick In (play)
 1920 Heritage (story)
 1920 The Common Sin (story)
 1920 The Valley of Doubt (story)
 1920 Blind Youth (play)
 1919 One Week of Life (scenario)
 1919 Shadows (screenplay) / (story)
 1918 The Hell Cat (screenplay) / (story)
 1918 The Witch Woman (story)
 1918 The Wasp (story)
 1918 Go West, Young Man (screenplay) / (story)
 1917 The Woman Beneath (story)
 1917 Who's Your Neighbor? (story)
 1917 A Wife's Suspicion (Short) (story)
 1917 Aladdin's Other Lamp (play "The Dream Girl")
 1917 Yankee Pluck (story)
 1917 The Highway of Hope (story "Lonely Lou")
 1917 The Grip of Love (Short) (story)
 1917 Kick In (play)
 1917 A Woman Alone (story "Loneliness")
 1916 Mixed Blood (story)
 1916 All Man (story)
 1916 Nanette of the Wilds (story)
 1916 A Gutter Magdalene (story)
 1916 Her Maternal Right (scenario)
 1916 The Saleslady (story)
 1916 The Dragnet (Short) (scenario)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage: Wrote / directed / produced "Weather Clear--Track Fast" on Broadway. Hudson Theatre: 18 Oct 1927-Dec 1927 (closing date unknown/63 performances). Cast: Herbert Ashton (as "Cy Treadwell"), Jim Bubbles (as "Baltimore Sleeper"), Joe Buck (as "Chicken Man"), William Courtleigh (as "Silent Johnson"), Richard Cubitt (as "Monte Gilmay... See more »

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Alternate Names:

William Mack
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Trivia:

In 1926 he took an interest in a young actress named Ruby Stevens hired to perform a small part as a chorus girl, "Dot" in his new play, "The Noose." After coaching Stevens in acting, he rewrote parts of the play to enhance her role then talked her into changing her name to Barbara Stanwyck. A substantial hit, the play ran 197 performances at the Hudson Theatre. See more »

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Virgo

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