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Wallace Smith (I) (1888–1937)

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Wallace Smith's death following a heart attack occurred in his home at 2110 Alcyona Dr., Hollywood.

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 1937 Her Husband Lies (screenplay)
 1936 King of Burlesque (contributing writer - uncredited)
 1935 Bordertown (screen play)
 1934 The Captain Hates the Sea (novel) / (screenplay)
 1932 The Lost Squadron (screen play)
 1931 Friends and Lovers (adaptation and dialogue)
 1931 The Lady Refuses (screen play)
 1930 The Silver Horde (adaptation and dialogue)
 1930 Shooting Straight (adaptation)
 1930 Alias French Gertie (screen play)
 1930 Framed (dialogue)
 1930 Beau Bandit (screen play) / (story "Strictly Business")
 1929 The Delightful Rogue (adaptation)
 1929 Big Time (story "Little Lena")
 1929 Bulldog Drummond (continuity)
 1929 Not Quite Decent (story)
 1927 The Dove (adaptation) / (titles)
 1927 Land of the Lawless (story)
 1927 Two Arabian Knights (screen version - screen version)
 1927 Venus of Venice (screenplay) / (story)
 1927 Upstream (story "The Snake's Wife")
 1926 West of Broadway (story "New York West")
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Stage: Wrote (w/Erich von Stroheim) source material "The Happy Alienist") for "May Wine", produced on Broadway. Musical. Music by Sigmund Romberg. Additional orchestrations by Russell Bennett. Material by Frank Mandel. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Musical Direction by Robert Emmett Dolan. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Directed ... See more »

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Trivia:

Wallace Smith's death following a heart attack occurred in his home at 2110 Alcyona Dr., Hollywood.

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Capricorn

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