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Beulah Marie Dix

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One of the silent era's legendary female screenwriters, Beulah Marie Dix was also an author of children's books, a playwright (The Road to Yesterday), and a novelist (Across the Border). Mainly associated with Famous Players-Lasky (Paramount), Dix adapted such works as The Squaw Man (1918), The Affairs of Anatol (1921), The Spanish Dancer (1923), her own The Road to Yesterday (1925), and Trent's Last Case (1929), all of them major motion pictures of the day. Although she retired from screenwriting at the changeover to sound, Dix's play Sucker was filmed twice, in 1933 as The Life of Jimmy Dolan and in 1939 as They Made Me a Criminal. Dix's career was later profiled in Evelyn F. Scott's 1972 book Hollywood When Silents Were Golden.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Conspiracy
  • Director
  • Screenwriter
1930
No Score Yet The Godless Girl
  • Screenwriter
1929
No Score Yet Ned McCobb's Daughter
  • Screenwriter
1928
No Score Yet The Leopard Lady
  • Screenwriter
1928
No Score Yet Risky Business
  • Screenwriter
1926
No Score Yet The Spanish Dancer
  • Screenwriter
1923
No Score Yet The Affairs of Anatol
  • Screenwriter
1921
No Score Yet The Easy Road
  • Screenwriter
1921
No Score Yet Fool's Paradise
  • Screenwriter
1921

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