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Robert Lord (May 1, 1900 – April 5, 1976) was an American screenwriter and film producer. He wrote for 71 films between 1925 and 1940. He won an Academy Award in 1933 in the category Best Writing, Original Story for the film One Way Passage. He was nominated in the same category in 1938 for the film Black Legion.He was born in Chicago, Illinois and died in Los Angeles from a heart attack.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthMay 1, 1900
Place Of BirthChicago, Illinois, U.S.
Height5' 6½" (1.69 m)
ProfessionWriter, Producer, Miscellaneous Crew
Star SignTaurus
1Child: Evelyn (c. 1928)


Lux Video Theatre1957TV Series story - 1 episode
'Til We Meet Again1940from an original story by
Black Legion1937story
Stage Struck1936story
The Singing Kid1936story
Dr. Socrates1935screen play
Page Miss Glory1935screen play
Gold Diggers of 19351935story
He Was Her Man1934story
Merry Wives of Reno1934screenplay / story
Convention City1933screenplay
Footlight Parade1933story - uncredited
Mary Stevens, M.D.1933screen play
Heroes for Sale1933screen play
The Little Giant1933original screen play
The Mind Reader1933screen play
Hard to Handle1933screen play
Frisco Jenny1932screenplay
20,000 Years in Sing Sing1932adaptation
The Conquerors1932screen play
You Said a Mouthful1932screen play
One Way Passage1932based on a story by
The Purchase Price1932screen play
Winner Take All1932adaptation
So Big!1932adaptation
Man Wanted1932story
It's Tough to Be Famous1932adaptation
Fireman, Save My Child1932adaptation / story
Manhattan Parade1931adaptation / dialogue
Local Boy Makes Good1931adaptation
Her Majesty, Love1931screen play & dialogue
The Ruling Voice1931adaptation
Five Star Final1931adaptation
The Reckless Hour1931adaptation - uncredited
Big Business Girl1931screen adaptation
The Finger Points1931adaptation
Little Caesar1931uncredited
Hold Everything1930screenplay
She Couldn't Say No1930dialogue / scenario
The Aviator1929dialogue / scenario
The Sap1929dialogue / screenplay
So Long Letty1929writer
Gold Diggers of Broadway1929story
The Time, the Place and the Girl1929writer
On with the Show!1929scenario
No Defense1929writer
Hardboiled Rose1929writer
Kid Gloves1929screenplay / titles
The Greyhound Limited1929dialogue
The Million Dollar Collar1929dialogue / scenario / story
My Man1928writer
On Trial1928screenplay / titles
Beware of Bachelors1928writer
Beyond the Sierras1928screenplay
Women They Talk About1928writer
Detectives1928screenplay / story
Five and Ten Cent Annie1928writer
The Lion and the Mouse1928writer
The Matinee Idol1928from the story "Come Back to Aaron"
Powder My Back1928writer
The Little Snob1928writer
If I Were Single1927screenplay / story
A Reno Divorce1927
The Swell-Head1927writer
For Ladies Only1927
Tony Runs Wild1926scenario
The Johnstown Flood1926screenplay / story
The Lucky Horseshoe1925story


The Family Secret1951producer
In a Lonely Place1950producer
And Baby Makes Three1949producer
Tokyo Joe1949producer
Knock on Any Door1949producer
High Wall1947producer
Wings for the Eagle1942producer
One Foot in Heaven1941associate producer
Dive Bomber1941associate producer
Shining Victory1941associate producer
Footsteps in the Dark1941associate producer
The Letter1940associate producer
No Time for Comedy1940associate producer
Brother Rat and a Baby1940associate producer
On Your Toes1939associate producer
The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex1939associate producer
Confessions of a Nazi Spy1939associate producer - uncredited
Dodge City1939associate producer - uncredited
The Dawn Patrol1938associate producer - uncredited
Brother Rat1938associate producer - uncredited
The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse1938associate producer - uncredited
Women Are Like That1938associate producer - uncredited
Tovarich1937associate producer - uncredited
That Certain Woman1937associate producer - uncredited
The Prince and the Pauper1937associate producer - uncredited
Black Legion1937producer - uncredited
Give Me Your Heart1936supervising producer - uncredited
Stage Struck1936producer - uncredited
The Singing Kid1936producer - uncredited
Oil for the Lamps of China1935supervising producer - uncredited
The Girl from 10th Avenue1935producer - uncredited
Housewife1934supervising producer - uncredited
The Man with Two Faces1934producer - uncredited
The Merry Frinks1934producer - uncredited
He Was Her Man1934producer - uncredited
Harold Teen1934supervising producer - uncredited
Jimmy the Gent1934producer - uncredited
The World Changes1933producer
Footlight Parade1933producer - uncredited
Gold Diggers of 19331933producer
20,000 Years in Sing Sing1932associate producer - uncredited
One Way Passage1932producer - uncredited


The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse1938supervisor - uncredited
Stage Struck1936supervisor - uncredited
Colleen1936supervisor - uncredited
Captain Blood1935supervisor - uncredited
Dr. Socrates1935supervisor - uncredited
Page Miss Glory1935supervisor - uncredited
Black Fury1935supervisor - uncredited
Gold Diggers of 19351935supervisor - uncredited
Bordertown1935supervisor - uncredited
Flirtation Walk1934supervisor - uncredited
Dames1934supervisor - uncredited
Fog Over Frisco1934supervisor - uncredited
A Very Honorable Guy1934supervisor - uncredited
Merry Wives of Reno1934supervisor - uncredited
Wonder Bar1934supervisor - uncredited
Dark Hazard1934supervisor - uncredited
Havana Widows1933supervisor - uncredited
College Coach1933supervisor - uncredited
Gold Diggers of 19331933supervisor - uncredited

Production Manager

Upperworld1934production supervisor - uncredited
As the Earth Turns1934production supervisor - uncredited
The World Changes1933production supervisor - uncredited

Won Awards

1934OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Writing, Original StoryOne Way Passage (1932)

Nominated Awards

1938OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Writing, Original StoryBlack Legion (1937)

Known for movies

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