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Bradley King

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Years active  1920–1947
Name  Bradley King

Role  Film director
Movies  Time Lapse
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Full Name  Josephine McLaughlin
Born  August 4, 1894 (1894-08-04) Chicago, Illinois  United States
Died  1977 New York, New York,  United States
Similar People  BP Cooper, George Finn, Matt O'Leary, Jason Spisak, Amin Joseph

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Bradley King ((1894-08-04)August 4, 1894 – unknown) was the pen name of Josephine McLaughlin, born in Chicago on July 8, 1894. She was a successful screenwriter who wrote 56 scripts for films between 1920 and 1947.


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She was married several times. One was a short marriage to silent film director John Griffith Wray. After a later husband, George Hiram Boyd, lost most of her $400,000 fortune to bad investments, she divorced him in 1940. She wrote her last screenplay for the 1947 movie, That's My Man, and disappeared at age 53. She had been having poor health. She was never heard from again, and there's no known record of her death. All but one of her 40 silent films are lost, but most of her 20 or so sound films still exist.

Selected filmography

  • Anna Christie (1923)
  • The Return of Peter Grimm (1926)
  • Scarlet Seas (1929)
  • Drag (1929)
  • Weary River (1929)
  • The Squall (1929)
  • Young Nowheres (1929)
  • Drag (1929)
  • Dark Streets (1929)
  • Son of the Gods (1930)
  • The Lash (1930)
  • The Mask Falls (1931)
  • Six Hours to Live (1932)
  • Let's Live Tonight (1935)
  • Maid of Salem (1937)
  • References

    Bradley King Wikipedia