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Walter Summers (1896–1973)


Began in 1913 as assistant to George Loane Tucker. See more trivia »

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The Human Monster
Ypres Writer
Lost Patrol
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 1939 The Torso Murder Mystery (screenplay)
 1939 The Human Monster (screenplay)
 1939 Dead Men Tell No Tales (screenplay)
 1939 Footsteps in the Sand (writer)
 1938 Queer Cargo
 1937 Mutiny on the Elsinore (adapted from Jack London's famous novel by)
 1937 Lucky Jade
 1935 Hell's Cargo (adaptation)
 1934 The Return of Bulldog Drummond (adaptation and scenario)
 1933 Timbuctoo (writer)
 1932 Dual Control (Short) (devised by)
 1931 The Flying Fool (screenplay)
 1930 Should a Doctor Tell? (story)
 1930 Suspense
 1930 The Flame of Love (uncredited)
 1930 Raise the Roof (screenplay)
 1929 Chamber of Horrors (writer)
 1929 Lost Patrol (screenplay)
 1928 The Betrayal (writer)
 1926 Mons
 1926 Nelson
 1925 Ypres
 1925 She (uncredited)
 1925 The Perfect Crime (Short)
 1924 The Unwanted
 1923 Castles in the Air (story)
 1923 A Couple of Down and Outs (writer)
 1923 Afterglow (writer)
 1923 I pagliacci (scenario)
 1923 Should a Doctor Tell? (writer)
 1923 The Hotel Mouse (writer)
 1923 Married Love (writer)
 1923/I The Knockout
 1923 The Cause of all the Trouble (Short) (writer)
 1923 The Right to Strike (writer)
 1922 Brown Sugar
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British director of the 1920's and 30's, chiefly with BIP and Associated British. Films mostly routine, except for a few above average thrillers, such as House of Mystery (1940) and The Human Monster (1939). See more »

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