W.P. Lipscomb

Bio: British author/screenwriter W. P. Lipscomb was active in England's film industry from the silent days onward, starting with 1927's French Leave. The best known of his earliest scripting efforts was 1933's The Good Companions, the first film version of the popular J.B. Priestly "provincial" comedy. He went to Hollywood in 1934, where he worked at Darryl F. Zanuck's… More


W.P. Lipscomb Videos

I Was A Spy
3 minutes 59 seconds
Forever And A Day
2 minutes 34 seconds
A Tale Of Two Cities
1 minutes 24 seconds
There Goes The Bride
2 minutes 15 seconds

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