Adelaide Heilbron was an American screenwriter known for films like The Dressmaker from Paris and Lessons for Wives.
|Born||June 25, 1892|
|Died||March 6, 1974|
Seattle, Washington, United States
|Years active||1921-1944 (film)|
Adelaide Heilbron was born into a prominent Seattle family. Her parents were George H. Heilbron (editor at The Seattle Post Intelligencer) and Adelaide Elizabeth Piper (daughter of W.H. Piper, a well-known Boston bookstore owner). Heilbron graduated from Smith College in 1920 and got her start in the film industry providing coverage for Famous Players-Lasky in New York, moving into script supervising before becoming a screenwriter.
- At the End of the World (1921)
- Lilies of the Field (1924)
- New Lives for Old (1925)
- Mantrap (1926)
- Syncopating Sue (1926)
- Heart to Heart (1928)
- The Butter and Egg Man (1928)
- Captain Swagger (1928)
- My Sin (1931)
- Misleading Lady (1932)
- It's All Yours (1937)
- Cheers for Miss Bishop (1941)
- Friendly Enemies (1942)
- Faces in the Fog (1944)
- Stenn p. 299
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- "Ladies Library Association revives Seattle". www.historylink.org. Retrieved 2018-12-27.
- "19 Apr 1919, Page 8 - The Seattle Star at Newspapers.com". Newspapers.com. Retrieved 2018-12-27.
- "4 Jul 1923, 2 - The Boston Globe at Newspapers.com". Newspapers.com. Retrieved 2018-12-27.
- "17 Apr 1935, Page 7 - The Portsmouth Herald at Newspapers.com". Newspapers.com. Retrieved 2018-12-27.
- Stenn, David. Clara Bow: Runnin' Wild. Cooper Square Press, 2000.