Forrest Halsey

Active - 1914 - 1942  |   Genres - Drama, Romance, Crime

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Hollywood-based screenwriter Forrest Halsey was active from 1913 to 1931. Some of Halsey's better-known credits of the 1920s were adaptations of such established stage and literary favorites as The Man Who Played God (1922), Monsieur Beaucaire (1924), and The Divine Lady (1928). He was equally at home with the sophisticated domestic travails of Dancing Mothers (1926) and the low comedy of W. C. Fields in Sally of the Sawdust (1926). Forrest Halsey kept busy in the early-talkie era with a variety of subjects, ranging from The Lady Who Dared (1931) to Kept Husbands (1931).

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