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House of Wax Writer
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 2005 House of Wax (story)
  Waterfront (TV Series) (writer - 2 episodes) (teleplay - 1 episode, 1954)
- Tug O'War (1954) ... (teleplay)
- Yellow Flag ... (writer)
- High Water ... (writer)
 1954 Mr. & Mrs. North (TV Series) (written by - 2 episodes)
- Flight 217 (1954) ... (written by - as Charles S. Belden)
- Hand Painted Murder (1954) ... (written by - as Charles S. Belden)
 1953 House of Wax (story)
  The Stu Erwin Show (TV Series) (2 episodes, 1952 - 1953) (screenplay - 1 episode, 1951)
- The Blow-up (1953)
- Quiet Place (1952)
- Springtime for Father (1951) ... (screenplay - as Charles S. Belden)
  Hopalong Cassidy (TV Series) (screenplay - 1 episode, 1952) (original screenplay - 1 episode, 1952)
- Silent Conflict (1947) (1952) ... (screenplay - archive footage)
- Borrowed Trouble (1948) (1952) ... (original screenplay - uncredited)
 1952 The Ford Television Theatre (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- Junior (1952) ... (story - as Charles S. Belden)
  Racket Squad (TV Series) (teleplay - 1 episode, 1952) (teleplay by - 1 episode, 1951)
- The Soft Touch (1952) ... (teleplay - as Charles S. Belden)
- Kite High (1951) ... (teleplay by - as Charles S. Belden)
 1951 The Ford Theatre Hour (TV Series) (play - 1 episode)
- The Golden Mouth (1951) ... (play - as Charles S. Belden)
 1950 Double Deal (screen play by - as Charles S. Belden)
 1948 Million Dollar Weekend (screenplay - as Charles S. Belden)
 1948 Borrowed Trouble (original screenplay)
 1948 Silent Conflict (original screenplay)
 1947 The Marauders (original screenplay)
 1946 Beauty and the Bandit (original screenplay - as Charles S. Belden)
 1946 South of Monterey (as Charles S. Belden)
 1946 The Gay Cavalier (original story and screenplay - as Charles S. Belden)
 1945 The Strange Mr. Gregory (as Charles S. Beldeb)
 1942 Bullet Scars (based on an idea by)
 1942 Sing Your Worries Away (idea - as Charles S. Belden)
 1939 Kid Nightingale (screen play - as Charles Beldon)
 1939 On Dress Parade (uncredited)
 1938 Charlie Chan in Honolulu (original screenplay)
 1938 One Wild Night (writer)
 1938 Mr. Moto's Gamble (original screenplay)
 1937 Charlie Chan at Monte Carlo (screen play)
 1937 Charlie Chan on Broadway (screen play)
 1937 San Quentin (contributor to treatment - uncredited)
 1937 We Have Our Moments (original story - as Charles F. Belden)
 1937 God's Country and the Woman (from the story by)
 1936 Charlie Chan at the Opera (screen play - as Charles S. Belden)
 1936 Dracula's Daughter (contributing writer - uncredited)
 1936 The Murder of Dr. Harrigan (dialogue)
 1935 A Shot in the Dark (adaptation - as Charles S. Belden) / (screenplay - as Charles S. Belden)
 1935 Symphony of Living (story and adaptation - as Charles Spencer Belden)
 1934 Sons of Steel (adaptation) / (story)
 1934 The Ghost Walks (original screenplay - as Charles S. Belden)
 1934 Port of Lost Dreams (continuity and dialogue - as Charles S. Belden)
 1934 Fugitive Road (story and screenplay)
 1934 Fifteen Wives (story and screenplay)
 1933 Mystery of the Wax Museum (from the story by - as Charles S. Belden)
 1932 A Fool's Advice (as Chas. Belden)

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Charles S. Beldeb | Charles F. Belden | Charles S. Belden | Charles Spencer Belden | Chas. Belden | Charles Beldon


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American dramatist and screenwriter, a former journalist. He attended Brown and Yale Universities and started in films in the early 1930s, working primarily for Warner Brothers, Universal and 20th Century Fox. He was married to the actresses Beth Milton and Joan Marsh. Belden is best known for his three-act play "The Mystery of the Wax Museum", twice filmed as "House of Wax".

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