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John L. Balderston was born on October 22, 1889 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA as John Lloyd Balderston. He was a writer, known for The Last of the Mohicans (1992), Frankenstein (1931) and Dracula (1931). He was married to Marian. He died on March 8, 1954 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Wikipedia

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TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor20081932 screenplay, uncredited
The Mummy19991932 screenplay, uncredited
The Last of the Mohicans1992adaptation
Estudio 1TV Series 2 episodes, 1967 - 1972 play - 1 episode, 1979
Dracula1979play
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre1959TV Series play - 1 episode
Berkeley Square1959TV Movie play
The Prisoner of Zenda1952screenplay
Red Planet Mars1952play "Red Planet" / screenplay
I'll Never Forget You1951play "Berkeley Square"
The Prudential Family Playhouse1951TV Series play - 1 episode
Studio One in Hollywood1949TV Series adaptation - 1 episode
Kraft Theatre1948TV Series adaptation - 1 episode
Berkeley Square1948TV Movie play
Gaslight1944screenplay
Stand by for Action1942screenplay
Tennessee Johnson1942screenplay
Smilin' Through1941screen play - as John Balderson
Scotland Yard1941
Victory1940
The Mummy's Hand19401932 screenplay, uncredited
Little Old New York1940story - as John Balderston
The Prisoner of Zenda1937screen play
Beloved Enemy1936uncredited
The Man Who Lived Again1936screenplay
The Last of the Mohicans1936from an adaptation by
The Amazing Adventure1936adapted for the screen by
Dracula's Daughter1936story - uncredited
Peter Ibbetson1935contributor to treatment - uncredited
Mad Love1935screen play
Mark of the Vampire1935contributing writer - uncredited
Bride of Frankenstein1935adapted by - as John Balderston
Mystery of Edwin Drood1935
The Lives of a Bengal Lancer1935screen play
Berkeley Square1933play / screenplay
The Mummy1932screen play
Smilin' Through1932uncredited
Frankenstein1931based upon the composition by
Drácula1931play "Dracula" - uncredited
Dracula1931from the play adapted by

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Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Mummy Dearest: A Horror Tradition Unearthed1999Video documentary shortHimself (Screenwriter)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1945OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Writing, ScreenplayGaslight (1944)Walter Reisch, John Van Druten
1936OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Writing, ScreenplayThe Lives of a Bengal Lancer (1935)Achmed Abdullah, Grover Jones, William Slavens McNutt, Waldemar Young

TitleSalary
Gone with the Wind (1939)$1,750

#Fact
1American dramatist and screenwriter, whose work often concerned the fantastic and the macabre. Balderston was educated at Columbia University, commencing a journalistic career in 1912 as New York correspondent for The Philadelphia Record. During World War I, he served as war correspondent for the McClure Newspaper Syndicate. In the early 1920's, he became editor of Outlook Magazine in London and then head of the London bureau for the New York World, a job he held until the publication folded in 1931. Thereafter, he worked steadily in Hollywood as a screenwriter, usually in collaboration with others.
2He and Peggy Webling sold the film rights to their stage adaptation of "Frankenstein" to Universal Pictures for $20,000 plus 1 percent of the gross earnings. They were involved in protracted litigation with Universal over royalties from the seven "Frankenstein" sequels. They reached an out of court settlement in 1953 that Balderston described as "highly satisfactory".
3As a foreign correspondent, he covered the opening of the tomb of King Tutankhamen in Egypt, years before he wrote the screenplay of The Mummy (1932).


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