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James J. Tynan (1890–1934)

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Known For

Run, Girl, Run
(1928)
The Campus Vamp
(1928)
The Rodeo
The Rodeo Writer
(1929)
The Unknown Soldier
(1926)

Filmography

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 1933 Olsen's Big Moment (writer)
 1929 Don't Get Jealous (Short) (story)
 1929 The Rodeo (Short) (story)
 1929 Foolish Husbands (Short) (story)
 1929 Calling Hubby's Bluff (Short) (scenario)
 1928 The Campus Vamp (Short) (writer)
 1928 The Bargain Hunt (Short) (writer)
 1928 Girl-Shy Cowboy (writer)
 1928 The Cowboy Kid (scenario - as James T. Tynan)
 1928 The Swim Princess (Short) (writer)
 1928 Run, Girl, Run (Short) (writer)
 1927 The Irresistible Lover (adaptation)
 1927 Heroes of the Night (story)
 1926 The Silent Power (story)
 1926 Hearts and Spangles (adaptation)
 1926 The Unknown Soldier (adaptation)
 1926 The Speed Limit (story)
 1926 The Phantom of the Forest (adaptation)
 1925 One of the Bravest (story)
 1925 His Master's Voice (adaptation)
 1925 The Part Time Wife (adaptation)
 1925 The Overland Limited (story)
 1925 The Great Divide (novel version of screenplay)
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Other Works:

The Great Divide. Illustrated with Scenes from the Motion Picture Publisher: New York Grosset & Dunlap 1925 Photoplay edition issued to coincide with the release of the silent film western starring Alice Terry, Wallace Beery, and Conway Tearle. See more »

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Alternate Names:

James T. Tynan
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