British screenwriter H. Fowler Mear was active in films from 1930 to 1943. Most often, Mear was engaged in adapting stage and literary properties to the screen, vide The Lodger (1932) and The Wandering Jew (1933). He also co-scripted two of Arthur Wontner's "Sherlock Holmes" vehicles, Triumph of Sherlock Holmes (1935) and Silver Blaze (1937). H. Fowler Mear's last screen credit was the bucolic comedy Old Mother Riley Overseas (1943).
H. Fowler Mear