Donald Henderson Clarke

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Donald Henderson Clarke (1887-1958) was an American writer and journalist,[1] known for his romantic novels, mystery fiction, and screenplays.

Biography[edit]

Clarke was born August 24, 1887 in South Hadley, Massachusetts and died March 27, 1958 in Delray Beach, Florida.[2] John Ford directed many of his screenplays.[citation needed]

Bibliography[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • Louis Beretti (1929)[3] Also published as Louis Beretti: The Story of a Gunman.(A. A. Knopf: London, 1930.)
    • Translated into French as Louis Beret (1933) and as Un nommé Louis Beretti (1949)
    • Translated into German as Louis Beretti (1933)
    • Translated into Spanish as Un hombre llamado Louis Beretti (1981)
    • Basis of his screenplay for the 1930 film, Born Reckless [4]
  • In the Reign of Rothstein (1929)[5]
  • Millie (1930)
    • Basis of the 1931 film Millie
  • Impatient Virgin (1931)
    • Translated into Czech as Nedočkavá panna : Román dívky (1933) OCLC 85513940
    • Translated into German as Ruth, die es nicht erwarten kann (1933) OCLC 72099467
    • Filmed as The Impatient Maiden (1932)
  • Female (1933)[6]
    • Translated into Czech as Samička : Román ženy (1934)
    • Basis of the 1933 film Female
  • Young and Healthy (1931)
  • John Bartel, Jr. (1932)
  • Pilgrimage (1933)
  • Alabama (1934)
    • Translated into Czech as Missis Alabam (1934)
  • Kelly (1935)
  • Lady Ann(1935)
  • Nina (1935)
  • Confidential (1936)
    • Translated into French as Strictement confidentiel (1981)
  • Millie's Daughter (1939)
  • A Lady Named Lou (1946)
  • Tawny (1946)
  • The Chastity of Gloria Boyd (1946)
  • The Housekeeper's Daughter (1947)
  • That Mrs. Renney. (1947)
  • Regards to Broadway (1947)
  • The Regenerate Lover (1948)
  • Murderer's Holiday (1948) translated into French as Berretti pas mort! (1953)
  • Joe and Jennie. (1949)
  • Kelly, etc. (1960)
  • 青春の秘密 / Seishun no himitsu Chinese translation of ?? (1951)
  • Address mezarlık, Turkish translation of ?? (1981)

Screenplays[edit]

Autobiography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Donald Henderson Clark Dies; Author, Former Reporter, 70". The New York Times, Mar 30, 1958 [1]
  2. ^ WorldCat identities
  3. ^ Clarke, Donald Henderson. Louis Beretti; A Novel. New York: Triangle Books, 1929. OCLC 13181694 WorldCat
  4. ^ WorldCat
  5. ^ Clarke, Donald Henderson. In the Reign of Rothstein. New York: Vanguard Press, 1929. OCLC 559090 WorldCat
  6. ^ Clarke, Donald Henderson. Female. New York: Vanguard Press, 1933. OCLC 11048097 WorldCat
  7. ^ Russel Owen, "The City Was His Beat", April 1, 195 The New York Times [2]

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