William M. Conselman Net Worth

William M. Conselman Net Worth is
$1.9 Million

William M. Conselman Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

William Marien Conselman (July 10, 1896 – May 25, 1940) was an American screenwriter who also wrote newspaper comic strips under his Bill Conselman byline and sometimes under the pseudonym Frank Smiley.Born in Brooklyn, New York, Conselman arrived on the West Coast in 1920 and joined the staff of the Los Angeles Times as the assistant city editor. His play And Then What, staged by the San Diego Players, opened November 6, 1923 at Balboa Park's Yorick Theater.Between 1921 and 1940, he was a screenwriter on 57 films. By 1936, he had an annual income of more than $60,000. In Hollywood, he often collaborated with writer Jack Woodford. Conselman was also a lyricist, and in 1928, he directed the film Four A.M.

Date Of BirthJuly 10, 1896, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States
DiedMay 25, 1940, Eagle Rock, Los Angeles, California, United States
Place Of BirthBrooklyn [now in New York City], New York, USA
Height5' 10½" (1.79 m)
ProfessionWriter, Soundtrack, Miscellaneous Crew
SpouseMina Rambo (m. ?–1940)
ChildrenDiedre Budge, William H. Conselman Jr.
ParentsHenry Conselman, Marian Connely Conselman
Star SignCancer
1Father of William Conselman Jr..


If I Had My Way1940
That's Right - You're Wrong1939screen play - as William Conselman / story - as William Conselman
East Side of Heaven1939writer
So This Is London1939screenplay
Smiling Along1938/Iscreenplay - as William Conselman
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm1938contributor to treatment - uncredited
Fifty Roads to Town1937
The Great Hospital Mystery1937screenplay - as William Conselman
That I May Live1937original screenplay - as William Conselman
On the Avenue1937screen play - as William Conselman
Stowaway1936screen play - as William Counselman
Pigskin Parade1936screenplay - as William Conselman
Private Number1936screen play - as William Conselman
The Virginia Judge1935contributor to treatment
Curly Top1935contributing writer - uncredited
Doubting Thomas1935
$10 Raise1935contributor to dialogue - uncredited
Life Begins at 401935contributor to screenplay construction - uncredited
The Little Colonel1935adaptation - as William Conselman / screen play - as William Conselman
Bright Eyes1934screen play - as William Conselman
Music in the Air1934contributor to dialogue - uncredited
365 Nights in Hollywood1934
Love Time1934
Handy Andy1934
Baby Take a Bow1934contributing writer - uncredited
She Learned About Sailors1934
The World Moves On1934uncredited
I Believed in You1934
George White's Scandals1934screenplay - uncredited
Orient Express1934
Frontier Marshal1934screenplay - as William Conselman
Jimmy and Sally1933writer
The Mad Game1933screenplay / story
Arizona to Broadway1933original screenplay
Broadway Bad1933revisions and additional dialogue - uncredited
Rackety Rax1932contract writer - uncredited
Week Ends Only1932
Young America1932screenplay
Business and Pleasure1932
Stepping Sisters1932
Young Sinners1931
Six Cylinder Love1931
A Connecticut Yankee1931as William Conselman
Three Rogues1931
Whoopee!1930screen adaptation
Love Among the Millionaires1930adaptation
Nertz1929Short writer
Red Hot Rhythm1929story
Four A.M.1928Short writer
The Way of the Strong1928story - as William Conselman
News Parade1928story
Why Sailors Go Wrong1928story
Dressed to Kill1928story
Pajamas1927screenplay - as William Conselman / story - as William Conselman
High School Hero1927
The Gay Retreat1927story
Paid to Love1927
Slaves of Beauty1927adaptation / screenplay
The Canyon of Light1926titles - as William Conselman
Whispering Wires1926titles - as William Conselman
Into Her Kingdom1926titles - as William Conselman
Ella Cinders1926comic strip
La Bohème1926titles - as Wm. Conselman
Bright Lights1925titles - as William Conselman
Why Get Married?1924
Why Trust Your Husband1921


Love Time1934music: "The Bitter Heart" / writer: "The Drummer Boy"
Handy Andy1934lyrics: "Roses in the Rain"


For the Love o' Lil1930supervisor - as William Conselman
Chicken a La King1928supervisor
Silk Legs1927supervisor - as William Conselman


Four A.M.1928Short


Red Hot Rhythm1929supervising producer

Production Manager

The Sophomore1929production supervisor

Known for movies

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