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David Silverstein (I) (1896–1944)

David Silverstein was born on January 13, 1896 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. He was a writer, known for The Scarlet Letter (1934), Career Girl (1944) and Woman Wanted (1935). He died in July 1944 in Staten Island, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Scarlet Letter
(1934)
Career Girl
Career Girl Writer
(1944)
Woman Wanted
Woman Wanted Writer
(1935)
I Killed That Man
(1941)

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 1944 Career Girl (story)
 1942 Sabotage Squad (screenplay)
 1941 I Killed That Man (story)
 1941 The Kid from Kansas (screenplay)
 1941 Mystery Ship
 1941 Naval Academy (screenplay)
 1940 Melody and Moonlight (original story)
 1939 Should a Girl Marry? (original story and screenplay)
 1939 Almost a Gentleman (screenplay)
 1937 Saturday's Heroes (screen play)
 1937 Flight from Glory (screen play)
 1937 You Can't Beat Love (screenplay)
 1936 Fifteen Maiden Lane (screenplay)
 1936 Ticket to Paradise (original story)
 1936 Dancing Feet (story)
 1935 Streamline Express (screenplay)
 1935 Woman Wanted (screen play - as Dave Silverstein)
 1934 King Kelly of the U.S.A. (screenplay)
 1934 Manhattan Love Song (screen play by)
 1933 The Devil's Mate (story and scenario)
 1932 Hatta Marri (Short)
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