Beulah Marie Dix

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Beulah Marie Dix
Beula Marie Dix 1.jpg
Theatre Magazine, January, 1915
Born (1876-01-24)January 24, 1876
Kingston, Massachusetts, United States
Died September 25, 1970(1970-09-25) (aged 94)
Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, United States
Other names Beulah Marie Flebbe
Occupation Screenwriter
Years active 1917-1942

Beulah Marie Dix (January 24, 1876 – September 25, 1970) was an American screenwriter of the silent and sound film eras, and an author of children's books.[1][2] She wrote for over 55 films between 1917 and 1942.

Dix was married to G.H. Flebbe at St. John’s Chapel in Boston, Massachusetts in the United States on May 6, 1910.

Novels[edit]

  • Soldier Rigdale: How He Sailed in the Mayflower and How He Served Miles Standish (1899)
  • Hugh Gwyeth; A Roundhead Cavalier (1899)
  • The Making of Christopher Ferringham (1901)
  • The Beau's Comedy (1902)
  • The Life, Treason and Death of James Blount of Breckenhow (1903)
  • The Fair Maid of Graystones (1905)
  • Merrylips (1906)
  • A Little Captive Lad (1910)
  • Betty-Bide-At-Home (1912)
  • The Fighting Blade (1912)
  • The Gate of Horn (1912)
  • Mother's Son (1913)
  • Maid Melicent (1914)
  • The Little God Ebisu (1914)
  • Across the Border (1915)
  • The Battle Months of George Daurella (1916)
  • Blithe McBride (1916)
  • The Glorious Game (1916)
  • Hands off! (1919)
  • Turned-about Girls (1922)
  • Pity of God (1932)
  • Friends in the End (1931)
  • Wedding Eve Murder (1941)

Selected filmography[edit]

Awards[edit]

Dix won the 1897 George B. Sohier Prize for her thesis “Published Collections of English and Scottish Ballads, 1765-1802”.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Beulah Marie Dix". Hollywood.com. Retrieved 2011-06-22. 
  2. ^ "Beulah Marie Dix Biography". NY Times. Retrieved 2011-06-22. 

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