Dix, Beulah Marie


Dix, Beulah Marie
(1876-1970)
   The prolific author of plays, novels, and motion picture scripts was born in Kingston, Massachusetts. She graduated summa cum laude from Radcliffe in 1893 and began writing plays and historical novels in the 1890s. Among those produced in New York were A Rose o 'Plymouth Town (1902), Boy O'Carroll (1906), The Road to Yesterday (1907), and The Lilac Room (1907), all with Evelyn Greenleaf Sutherland. Among her solo pieces were the antiwAR plays Across the Border (1915, one-act) and Moloch (1916). She was married to George H. Flebbe. Around 1916, Cecil B. DeMille brought her to Hollywood, where Dix scripted several Sherlock Holmes films as well as others for stars like Norma Shearer.

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  • The Godless Girl — Infobox Film name = The Godless Girl image size = caption = Title Cue director = Cecil B. DeMille producer = Cecil B. DeMille writer = Beulah Marie Dix Jeanie MacPherson narrator = starring = Lina Basquette music = cinematography = J. Peverell… …   Wikipedia

  • They Made Me a Criminal — Infobox Film name = They Made Me a Criminal caption = They Made Me a Criminal theatrical poster director = Busby Berkeley producer = Benjamin Glazer Hal B. Wallis writer = Sig Herzig Bertram Millhauser (uncredited) Beulah Marie Dix (uncredited)… …   Wikipedia

  • The Life of Jimmy Dolan — Infobox Film name = The Life of Jimmy Dolan image size = caption = director = Archie Mayo producer = writer = Bertram Millhauser Beulah Marie Dix David Boehm Erwin S. Gelsey narrator = starring = Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Loretta Young music =… …   Wikipedia

  • The Dream Girl — is an operetta in three acts with music by Victor Herbert and book by Rida Johnson Young (who also wrote the lyrics) and Harold Atterbridge. It is based on the 1906 play The Road to Yesterday by Beulah Marie Dix and Evelyn Greenleaf Sutherland.… …   Wikipedia

  • The Dream Girl (film) — Infobox Film name = The Dream Girl image size = caption = director = Cecil B. DeMille producer = Cecil B. DeMille writer = Jeanie MacPherson narrator = starring = Mae Murray music = cinematography = Alvin Wyckoff editing = Cecil B. DeMille… …   Wikipedia

  • Nan of Music Mountain — Directed by George Melford Cecil B. DeMille (uncredited) Written by Beulah Marie Dix Frank H. Spearman Starring Wallace Reid …   Wikipedia

  • The Squaw Man (1918 film) — Infobox Film name = The Squaw Man image size = caption = director = Cecil B. DeMille producer = Cecil B. DeMille writer = Beulah Marie Dix Edwin Milton Royle narrator = starring = Elliott Dexter music = cinematography = King D. Gray Alvin Wyckoff …   Wikipedia


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