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Walter Woods (1881–1942)

Walter Woods was born on January 14, 1881 in Pennsylvania, USA. He was a writer and editor, known for The Pony Express (1925), The Night Flyer (1928) and The Dollar-a-Year Man (1921). He was married to Lucy Perry Milliken. He died on December 7, 1942 in Glendale, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Pony Express
The Night Flyer
The Dollar-a-Year Man
The Big Fight
The Big Fight Writer


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 1938 Man's Paradise (Documentary) (writer)
 1936 Sutter's Gold
 1934 David Harum
 1930 Once a Gentleman (screenplay)
 1930 La fuerza del querer (adaptation)
 1930 The Big Fight (adaptation) / (scenario)
 1929 The Far Call (adaptation)
 1929 The Voice of the Storm (writer)
 1928 The Mating Call (adaptation)
 1928 The Night Flyer (adaptation and scenario) / (titles)
 1928 On to Reno (screenplay) / (titles)
 1927 Stark Love (adaptation)
 1926 Old Ironsides (suggested and adapted by)
 1926 Mannequin (adaptation)
 1925 The Pony Express (screenplay) / (story)
 1925 Marry Me (adaptation)
 1925 Welcome Home
 1925 The Night Club (adaptation)
 1924 Reckless Romance (adaptation)
 1924 The Enemy Sex
 1924 Fair Week (story)
 1924 Leap Year (adapted by)
 1923 To the Ladies (writer)
 1923 Ruggles of Red Gap (writer)
 1922 Thirty Days (adaptation)
 1922 The Dictator
 1922 One Glorious Day (adaptation - story)
 1921 Gasoline Gus
 1921 The Dollar-a-Year Man (screenplay) / (story)
 1921 Brewster's Millions (scenario)
 1920 The Life of the Party (scenario)
 1920 Terror Island (adapted for the screen by)
 1919 Hawthorne of the U.S.A. (writer)
 1919 The Grim Game (scenario)
 1919 The Love Burglar (writer)
 1919 A Very Good Young Man (writer)
 1918 The Brass Bullet (writer)
 1918 Smashing Through (scenario) / (story)
 1917 Helen Grayson's Strategy (Short) (scenario - as Willis Woods)
 1917 The Flame of Youth (story - as Willis Woods)
 1917 The Book Agent (story)
 1917 The Topsy Turvy Twins (Short) (story)
 1917 The Star Witness (Short) (scenario)
 1917 Even As You and I (story)
 1917 The Indian's Lament (Short) (scenario)
 1917 Won by Grit (Short) (scenario - as Willis Woods)
 1917 The Prodigal Widow (Short)
 1916 In the Dead o' Night (Short) (scenario - as Willis Woods)
 1916 The Heritage of Hate (story)
 1916 Society's Hypocrites (Short) (story)
 1916 The Speed King (Short) (scenario)
 1916 Onda of the Orient (Short) (scenario)
 1916 Who Pulled the Trigger? (Short) (scenario)
 1916 The Belle and the Bell Hop (Short) (scenario)
 1916 Darcy of the Northwest Mounted (Short) (scenario)
 1916 Undine
 1915 Colonel Steel, Master Gambler (Short) (story)
 1915 Graft (scenario)
 1915 The Road to Paradise (Short) (scenario)
 1915 When a Queen Loved O'Rourke (Short) (scenario)
 1915 The Trap That Failed (Short) (scenario)
 1915 The Palace of Dust (Short) (scenario)
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Collaborated with F. McGrew Willis under the joint pseudonym Willis Woods.

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