Biography

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Bruce Manning (July 15, 1902 – August 3, 1965) was a Cuddebackville, New York-born Hollywood filmmaker/screenwriter who entered the movie business following the publication of several novels that he co-wrote with wife, Gwen Bristow. Their first joint novel, The Invisible Host (1930), was adapted to the screen in 1934 as The Ninth Guest.

He wrote the screenplay for Bristow's novel Jubilee Trail in 1954. In addition to his numerous scripts, beginning in the 1940s he served as a producer for several films, and in 1943 he directed his first and only feature, The Amazing Mrs. Holliday. His career ended in 1957, eight years before his death.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bruce Manning (July 15, 1902 – August 3, 1965) was a Cuddebackville, New York-born Hollywood filmmaker/screenwriter who entered the movie business following the publication of several novels that he co-wrote with wife, Gwen Bristow. Their first joint novel, The Invisible Host (1930), was adapted to the screen in 1934 as The Ninth Guest.

He wrote the screenplay for Bristow's novel Jubilee Trail in 1954. In addition to his numerous scripts, beginning in the 1940s he served as a producer for several films, and in 1943 he directed his first and only feature, The Amazing Mrs. Holliday. His career ended in 1957, eight years before his death.

Personal Info

Known For Writing

Gender Male

Known Credits 31

Birthday 1902-07-15

Day of Death 1965-08-03

Place of Birth New York City, New York, USA

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Writing TV ShowsMovies

1957 Spoilers of the Forest Writer
1956 Flame of the Islands Screenplay
1954 Jubilee Trail Screenplay
1952 Hoodlum Empire Writer
1951 Payment on Demand Writer
1949 Bride for Sale Screenplay
1949 That Midnight Kiss Screenplay
1946 So Goes My Love Screenplay
1945 This Love of Ours Screenplay
1945 Guest Wife Screenplay
1941 Appointment for Love Screenplay
1940 Spring Parade Screenplay
1938 Service de Luxe Writer
1938 That Certain Age Screenplay
1938 The Rage of Paris Screenplay Story
1938 Mad About Music Screenplay
1937 A Girl with Ideas Screenplay
1937 One Hundred Men and a Girl Screenplay
1937 Let Them Live Writer
1937 We Have Our Moments Screenplay
1936 Counterfeit Writer
1936 Roaming Lady Story
1936 Devil's Squadron Writer
1935 The Lone Wolf Returns Writer
1935 Grand Exit Screenplay
1935 Party Wire Novel
1935 Eight Bells Screenplay
1934 The 9th Guest Novel

Production

1951 Payment on Demand Producer
1950 The Secret Fury Producer
1943 The Amazing Mrs. Holliday Producer

Directing

1943 The Amazing Mrs. Holliday Director

Crew

1935 After the Dance Additional Dialogue

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