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Norman Houston (I) (1887–1958)

Norman Houston was born on August 21, 1887 in Dennison, Texas, USA. He was a writer and director, known for Exposure (1932), No Living Witness (1932) and Hearts and Spangles (1926). He died on October 26, 1958 in Los Angeles County, California, USA. See full bio »

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Exposure Writer


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 1954 Stage Coach War (Short) (scenario - archive footage)
 1952 Battle of the Buttes (Short) (dialogue - archive footage)
 1952 Desert Passage (written by)
 1952 Target (written by)
 1952 Road Agent
 1951 Pistol Harvest (original screenplay)
 1950 Rio Grande Patrol (story and screenplay)
 1950 Border Treasure (story and screenplay)
 1950 Dynamite Pass (written by)
 1950 Riders of the Range (written by)
 1949 The Mysterious Desperado (original screenplay)
 1949 Masked Raiders (written by)
 1949 Stagecoach Kid (screenplay) / (story)
 1949 Brothers in the Saddle (original screenplay)
 1948 Gun Smugglers (original screenplay)
 1948 Indian Agent (original screenplay)
 1948 Guns of Hate (screenplay)
 1948 The Arizona Ranger (original screenplay)
 1948 Western Heritage (original screenplay)
 1947 Wild Horse Mesa (screenplay)
 1947 Under the Tonto Rim (screen play by)
 1947 Thunder Mountain (screenplay)
 1947 Code of the West (screenplay)
 1947 Trail Street (screen play)
 1946 Sunset Pass (screenplay)
 1945 West of the Pecos (screenplay)
 1944 Nevada (screenplay)
 1944 Lumberjack (screenplay)
 1944 Texas Masquerade (screenplay)
 1943 The Woman of the Town (story)
 1943 Bar 20 (screenplay)
 1943 Buckskin Frontier (screenplay)
 1942 Ridin' Down the Canyon (story)
 1940 Charter Pilot (story)
 1940 Cherokee Strip (screenplay)
 1940 Stagecoach War (screenplay)
 1940 The Light of Western Stars (screenplay)
 1940 Young Buffalo Bill (original story)
 1940 Knights of the Range (screenplay)
 1939 Heritage of the Desert (screenplay)
 1939 In Old Caliente (screenplay) / (story)
 1938 The Frontiersmen (screenplay)
 1938 Sunset Trail (screenplay)
 1938 Battle of Broadway (story)
 1938 Heart of Arizona (dialogue) / (screen play)
 1938 Cassidy of Bar 20 (screenplay)
 1937 Hopalong Rides Again (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1937 Racing Lady (based on: "Odds Are Even": by)
 1936 Cavalcade of the West (screenplay) / (story)
 1936 High Tension (story)
 1936 The Riding Avenger (adaptation)
 1936 Crashing Through Danger (writer)
 1935 Great God Gold (screenplay)
 1934 Monte Carlo Nights (screenplay)
 1934 Sixteen Fathoms Deep (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1933 India Speaks (Documentary) (writer)
 1932 Manhattan Tower (adaptation and dialogue)
 1932 No Living Witness (story and screenplay)
 1932 Exposure (written by)
 1932 Midnight Morals (story and screenplay)
 1930 A Royal Romance (scenario and dialogue) / (story "Private Property")
 1929 Mexicali Rose (dialogue)
 1929 Wall Street (screenplay)
 1929 Song of Love (dialogue)
 1929 Broadway Scandals (dialogue) / (story)
 1929 Hurricane (additional dialogue)
 1929 Times Square (story)
 1929 The College Coquette (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1929 The Broadway Melody (dialogue)
 1928 Under the Black Eagle (story)
 1928 Outcast Souls (adaptation - story)
 1928 The Law of the Range (story)
 1928 Burning Up Broadway (story)
 1927 Broadway Nights (story)
 1927 Man Bait (story)
 1926 Hearts and Spangles (story)
 1924 The Love Bandit (play "The Love Bandit")
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Other Works:

Stage: Appeared (as "Bob") in "Secrets" on Broadway (1922) [Comedy]. Written by Rudolph Besier and May Eddington. Directed by Sam Forrest. Fulton Theatre: 25 Dec 1922-May 1923 (168 performances). Cast included: Allen Jenkins, Horace Cooper. Produced by Sam Harris. See more »

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From 1921-1926 Houston was active on Broadway as an actor, writer and director (see 'other works').

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