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Laurence Stallings (1894–1968)

Stallings was a Marine Captain who lost his leg fighting in WWI, and wrote "What Price Glory" about his deep anti-war feelings. The spirit of the play is subverted in the film adaptations. See full bio »

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Jungle Book
Jungle Book Writer
(1942)
The Big Parade
(1925)
3 Godfathers
3 Godfathers Writer
(1948)

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 1986 Christmas Eve (TV Movie) (story)
 1962 The Lloyd Bridges Show (TV Series) (written by - 1 episode)
- Gentleman in Blue (1962) ... (written by)
 1957 A Farewell to Arms (play)
 1955 Jane Wyman Presents The Fireside Theatre (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Bamboo Cross (1955) ... (writer)
 1953 The Sun Shines Bright (screenplay)
 1952 What Price Glory (play)
 1951 Pulitzer Prize Playhouse (TV Series) (play - 1 episode)
- The Buccaneer (1951) ... (play)
 1949 She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (screenplay)
 1948 3 Godfathers (screenplay)
 1948 On Our Merry Way (screenplay)
 1947 Christmas Eve (adapted from original stories) / (screenplay by)
 1945 Salome Where She Danced (screenplay)
 1942 Thunder Birds: Soldiers of the Air (contract writer - uncredited)
 1942 Jungle Book (adaptation)
 1940 Northwest Passage (screenplay)
 1940 The Man from Dakota (screenplay)
 1939 At the Circus (uncredited)
 1939 Let Freedom Ring (uncredited)
 1939 Stand Up and Fight (additional dialogue - uncredited)
 1938 Too Hot to Handle (screen play)
 1935 After Office Hours (from a story by)
 1935 Society Doctor (uncredited)
 1935 The Lives of a Bengal Lancer (contributor to screenplay construction - uncredited)
 1934 The First World War (Documentary) (book) / (commentary)
 1933 Big Executive (writer)
 1933 Fast Workers (dialogue)
 1933 Hot Pepper (characters)
 1932 Rasputin and the Empress (uncredited)
 1932 A Farewell to Arms (play - uncredited)
 1931 Women of All Nations (characters)
 1930 Way for a Sailor (scenario and dialogue)
 1930 Billy the Kid (dialogue)
 1930 Song of the West (operetta Rainbow)
 1929/II Marianne
 1929 The Cock-Eyed World (play "Tropical Twins")
 1929/I Marianne (dialogue)
 1928 Show People (treatment)
 1928 Across to Singapore (treatment - uncredited)
 1928 Rose-Marie (treatment - uncredited)
 1926 Old Ironsides (story)
 1926 What Price Glory (play)
 1925 The Big Parade (screenplay - uncredited) / (story)
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(1972-1973 season) Maxwell Anderson and his play, "What Price Glory?," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut. Arvin Brown was director. John Conklin was set designer. Linda Fisher was costume designer. Ronald Wallace was lighting designer. See more »

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Awarded the Croix de Guerre after service on the Western Front during World War I. See more »

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