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Edmond Seward (26 September 1906 - 12 February 1954) was a Hollywood screenwriter who had originally attended Northwestern University and worked as a journalist, before doing some writing for Disney.During the mid-1930s he was brought out to Australia by director Ken G. Hall, to write movies and train Australian screenwriters for Cinesound Productions."We hired him at one hundred pounds a week as a writer and he laughed at it, but he said he would like a trip to the South Seas, and he came for one hundred pounds a week and brought his wife," said Hall. "He didn't know all that much as it turned out."Seward ended up writing two films for Cinesound, Thoroughbred (1936) and Orphan of the Wilderness (1936), as well as adapting Thoroughbred into a novel. He soon returned to Hollywood, with Hall claiming the writer "had not been a bell-ringing success". Hall thought Seward may have been responsible for plagiarising the end of Thoroughbred from the Frank Capra movie, Broadway Bill (1934).Seward later worked for Screen Gems and wrote a number of scripts for the Bowery Boys.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthSeptember 26, 1906
Place Of BirthXenia, Ohio, USA
ProfessionWriter, Actor
Star SignLibra


Gulliveriana1996Video Game original adaptation
Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla1952additional dialogue - as Edmond G. Seward
Fighting Fools1949original screenplay
Trouble Makers1948screenplay
Smugglers' Cove1948original screenplay
Jinx Money1948screenplay
Angels' Alley1948screenplay / story
Bowery Buckaroos1947original screenplay
News Hounds1947original story / screenplay
Hard Boiled Mahoney1947additional dialogue
Spook Busters1946original screenplay
Bowery Bombshell1946original screenplay
In Fast Company1946screenplay
Simple Siren1945Short story - as Ed Seward
As the Fly Flies1944Short story - as Ed Seward
Mutt 'n' Bones1944Short story - as Eddie Seward
The Disillusioned Bluebird1944Short story
There's Something About a Soldier1943/IIShort story - as Ed Seward
Gulliver's Travels1939screen play / story adaptation
The Duke Comes Back1937screenplay - as Edmund Seward
The Devil Is Driving1937contract writer - uncredited
Wild Innocence1936adaptation
Walls of Gold1933writer


Thoroughbred1936Mr. Terry

Known for movies

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