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Jane Murfin (1884–1955)

Jane Murfin was born on October 27, 1884 in Quincy, Michigan, USA. She was a writer and producer, known for Flapper Wives (1924), What Price Hollywood? (1932) and Brawn of the North (1922). She was married to Donald Crisp, Laurence Trimble and James Murfin. She died on August 10, 1955 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Flapper Wives Writer
(1924)
(1932)
(1922)
The Pay-Off Writer
(1930)

Filmography

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 2008/I The Women (1939 screenplay)
 1953 Ponds Theater (TV Series) (play - 1 episode)
- Smilin' Through (1953) ... (play)
 1953 Broadway Television Theatre (TV Series) (play - 1 episode)
- Smilin' Through (1953) ... (play)
 1944 Dragon Seed (screenplay)
 1943 Cry 'Havoc' (contributing writer - uncredited)
 1943 Flight for Freedom (adaptation)
 1941 Smilin' Through (based on the play by)
 1941 Andy Hardy's Private Secretary (screenplay)
 1940 Pride and Prejudice (screen play)
 1940 Northwest Passage (contributing writer - uncredited)
 1939 The Women (screen play)
 1939 Stand Up and Fight (screen play)
 1938 The Shining Hour (screen play)
 1937 I'll Take Romance (screenplay)
 1936 That Girl from Paris (story)
 1936 Come and Get It (screen play)
 1935 Alice Adams (screen play)
 1935 Roberta (screen play)
 1935 Romance in Manhattan (screen play)
 1934 The Little Minister (screen play)
 1934 The Fountain (adaptation)
 1934 The Life of Vergie Winters (screen play)
 1934 This Man Is Mine (screen play)
 1934 The Crime Doctor (screenplay)
 1934 Spitfire (screen play)
 1933 Little Women (contributing writer - uncredited)
 1933 After Tonight (screen play) / (story)
 1933 Ann Vickers (screenplay)
 1933 Double Harness (screen play)
 1933 The Silver Cord (screenplay)
 1933 Our Betters (screenplay)
 1932 Rockabye (screen play)
 1932 Smilin' Through (play)
 1932 What Price Hollywood? (screen play)
 1932 Young Bride (additional dialogue)
 1931 Way Back Home (screenplay) / (story)
 1931 Friends and Lovers (adaptation - uncredited)
 1931 Caught Plastered (uncredited)
 1931 Too Many Cooks (screen play)
 1931 White Shoulders (adaptation)
 1930 The Pay-Off (adaptation - uncredited) / (screen play by)
 1930 Lawful Larceny (screenplay)
 1930 Runaway Bride (adaptation and dialogue)
 1929 Seven Keys to Baldpate (adaptation)
 1929 Dance Hall (screenplay)
 1929 Half Marriage (screen play)
 1929 Side Street (screen play)
 1929 Street Girl (screen play)
 1928 Lilac Time (play)
 1927 The Prince of Headwaiters (adaptation)
 1927 The Notorious Lady (adaptation)
 1926 Meet the Prince (adaptation)
 1926 The Savage
 1925 White Fang (adaptation)
 1924 The Love Master (story)
 1924 Flapper Wives (play "The Flaming Sign") / (screenplay)
 1922 Brawn of the North (story)
 1922 Smilin' Through (play "Smiling Through" - as Alan Langdon Martin)
 1921 The Silent Call (adaptation)
 1921 Playthings of Destiny (story)
 1919 The Right to Lie (story)
 1919 A Temperamental Wife (play "Information Please")
 1919 Marie, Ltd. (scenario)
 1918 Daybreak (play)
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Other Works:

Stage Play: Information Please. Written by Jane Cowl and Jane Murfin. Selwyn Theatre: 2 Oct 1918- Nov 1918 (closing date unknown/46 performances). Cast: Clifford Brooke [credited as Clifford Brook], Alan Brooks, Orme Caldara, Viola Compton, Malcolm Duncan, Jules Epailly, Hetty Graham, Harry Hanlon, Jack McKee, Cecil Owen, Robert Rendel, ... See more »

Publicity Listings:

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Alternate Names:

Alan Langdon Martin

Height:

5' 5½" (1.66 m)
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Trivia:

American playwright and screenwriter, best known as the author of the play "Lilac Time" (1917), co-written with her actress friend Jane Cowl. Murfin started in Hollywood as a scenarist with Vitagraph in 1913. For a while, she headed her own production company (1920-26) in conjunction with her director-husband Laurence Trimble, mostly making films featuring Strongheart the Dog. Subsequently, she ... See more »

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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