Dale Van Every
Dale Van Every dealt with historical events as a writer. He wrote the novel A Company of Heroes against the backdrop of the American Revolutionary War . His other works include the novel The Captive Witch and the biography Charles Lindbergh - His Life .
In the 1920s, Van Every began to write scripts and script templates for the new medium of film . He also tried his hand at producing. As a more successful screenwriter (nominated for Manuel in 1938 together with John Lee Mahin and Marc Connelly for an Oscar for best adapted screenplay ) he was responsible for the scripts of over 30 films. He worked six times as a producer.
In 1951, Dale Van Every retired from the film business. He died on May 28, 1976 in Santa Barbara.
- 1928: Between Frisco and Manchuria ( Telling the World ) - Director: Sam Wood
- 1929: The Duke Steps Out - Directed by James Cruze
- 1931: Trader Horn - Director: WS Van Dyke Adaption
- 1931: The End of Maradu ( East of Borneo ) - Directed by George Melford
- 1931: Der Mannsteufel ( A House Divided ) - Director: William Wyler
- 1932: Murders in the Rue Morgue ( Murders in the Rue Morgue ) - Director: Robert Florey
- 1935: A couple like cats and mice ( After Office Hours ) - Director: Robert Z. Leonard
- 1935 Men Without Names - Directed by Ralph Murphy
- 1937: Souls at Sea (Souls at Sea)
- 1937: Manuel ( Captains Courageous ) - Director: Victor Fleming , based on Rudyard Kipling : Captains Courageous (1896)
- 1938: Pirates in Alaska ( Spawn of the North ) - Director: Henry Hathaway
- 1940: Dr. Zyklop ( Dr. Cyclops ) - Director: Ernest B. Schoedsack Production
- 1942: Witness for the Prosecution ( The Talk of the Town ) - Directed by George Stevens
|SURNAME||Van Every, Dale|
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Van Every, Dale Byron (full name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||American novelist and screenwriter|
|DATE OF BIRTH||July 23, 1896|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Egleston, Michigan|
|DATE OF DEATH||May 28, 1976|
|Place of death||Santa Barbara , California|