Gouverneur Morris (novelist)
Gouverneur Morris at home in Aiken, South Carolina
|Born||Gouverneur Morris IV
|Died||1953 (aged 76–77)|
|Known for||The Man Who Played God (1932)
The Ace of Hearts (1921)
The Penalty (1920)
Gouverneur Morris IV (1876–1953) was an author of pulp novels and short stories during the early-twentieth century.
Gouverneur Morris IV was born in 1876 and was a great grandson of American Founding Father Gouverneur Morris. He graduated from Yale University, where he wrote for campus humor magazine The Yale Record.
Other film adaptions of his novels include:
- The Jungle Princess (1936) with screenwriter Cyril Hume, starring Dorothy Lamour in her film debut
- East of Java (1935) with screenwriter James Ashmore Creelman, starring Frank Albertson and Charles Bickford
- The Man Who Played God (1932) starring George Arliss and Bette Davis
- The Man Who Played God (1922) starring George Arliss
- The Ace of Hearts (1921) directed by Wallace Worsley and starring Lon Chaney, Sr.
- A Tale of Two Worlds (1921) directed by Frank Lloyd and starring Wallace Beery
- Behind the Door (1919) starring Wallace Beery
- Tom Beauling (1901)
- Aladdin O'Brien (1902)
- The Pagan's Progress (1904)
- Ellen and Mr. Man (1904)
- The Footprint and Other Stories (1908)
- Putting on the Screws (1909)
- The Spread Eagle and Other Stories (1910)
- The Voice in the Rice (1910)
- Yellow Men and Gold (1911)
- It, and Other Stories (1912)
- If You Touch Them They Vanish (1913)
- The Penalty (1913)
- The Incandescent Lily and Other Stories (1914)
- The Goddess (1915)
- When My Ship Comes In (1915)
- The Seven Darlings (1915)
- We Three (1916)
- His Daughter (1919)
- The Wild Goose (1919)
- Keeping the Peace (1924)
- Tiger Island (1934)
- The Editor: The Journal of Information for Literary Workers. Ridgewood, NJ: The Editor Company. March 24th, 1917. p. 13.
- "Browse By Author: M - Project Gutenberg". Gutenberg.org. 1916-07-01. Retrieved 2010-03-19.
- "Gouverneur Morris". Imdb.com. 2009-05-01. Retrieved 2010-03-19.
- (15 August 1953). Gouverneur Morris, 77, Noted Novelist, Is Dead, St. Joseph News-Press (Associated Press story)
- "Gouverneur Morris (1876-1953)". imdb.com. Retrieved January 29, 2014.
- Works by Gouverneur Morris at Project Gutenberg
- Works by or about Gouverneur Morris at Internet Archive
- Gouverneur Morris at the Internet Broadway Database
- Gouverneur Morris on Internet Movie Database
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