Howard Lindsay

Howard Lindsay worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Lindsay worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "A Slight Case of Murder" with Edward G Robinson ... Read more »
Born: 03/29/1889

Filmography

Writer (11)

The Sound of Music Live! 2013 - 2014 (TV Show)

Book as Source Material

Tall Story 1960 (Movie)

(Play as Source Material)

Anything Goes 1956 (Movie)

adaptation (Writer (adaptation))

How to Be Very, Very Popular 1955 (Movie)

(Play as Source Material)

Woman's World 1954 (Movie)

dialogue (Writer (dialogue))

Call Me Madam 1953 (Movie)

(Play as Source Material)

State of the Union 1948 (Movie)

("State of the Union") (Play as Source Material)

Life With Father 1947 (Movie)

(Play as Source Material)

True to the Army 1941 (Movie)

(from play: "She Loves Me Not") (Source Material)

The Big Broadcast of 1938 1937 (Movie)

adaptation (Writer (adaptation))

Swing Time 1936 (Movie)

(Screenplay)
Actor (1)

Cinderella 1956 - 1957 (TV Show)

Actor
Producer (1)

Arsenic and Old Lace 1944 (Movie)

(Producer)
Music (1)

The Sound of Music 1965 (Movie)

from musical (Music)

Biography

Howard Lindsay worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Lindsay worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "A Slight Case of Murder" with Edward G Robinson (1938), "Anything Goes" with Bing Crosby (1936) and "She Loves Me Not" (1934) starring Bing Crosby. He also contributed to "Swing Time" (1936), "The Big Broadcast of 1938" (1938) starring W C Fields and "Your Uncle Dudley" (1935). In the thirties and the fifties, Lindsay devoted his time to various credits, such as "Too Busy to Work" (1939), "True to the Army" (1942) and "Arsenic and Old Lace" with Cary Grant (1944). He also worked on "Life With Father" (1947) starring William Powell, "State of the Union" (1948) starring Spencer Tracy and "Call Me Madam" (1953). Lindsay was most recently credited in "The Sound of Music Live!" (NBC, 2013-14). In the fifties through the sixties, Lindsay lent his talents to projects like "Remains to Be Seen" with June Allyson (1953), "Woman's World" with Clifton Webb (1954) and "How to Be Very, Very Popular" with Betty Grable (1955). His credits also expanded to "Cinderella" (CBS, 1956-57), "Tall Story" (1960) and "The Sound of Music" (1965) starring Julie Andrews. Lindsay passed away in February 1968 at the age of 79.

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