Robert Lively (screenwriter)

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Robert Lively, sometimes credited as Bob Lively, (died 4 March 1943) was an American screenwriter and songwriter most active in the mid-1930s to early 1940s.

Selected filmography[edit]

  • The Hard-Boiled Canary, 1941 (story and screenplay)
  • Isle of Destiny, 1940 (screenplay)
  • The Great Victor Herbert, 1939 (screenplay / story)
  • Personal Secretary, 1938 (story "The Comet")
  • Danger on the Air, 1938 (screenplay)
  • Rhythm Racketeer, 1937 (story)
  • The Girl Said No, 1937
  • Tough to Handle, 1937 (adaptation)
  • The Black Coin, 1936 (adaptation and screenplay)
  • Custer's Last Stand, 1936 (story dialogue)
  • The Marriage Bargain, 1935
  • Inside Information, 1934 (screenplay)
  • Enlighten Thy Daughter, 1934 (additional dialogue)

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