~Clara Beranger~

Born: January 14, 1886 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Died: September 10, 1956 in Hollywood, CA, USA
~Biography~
A former news writer, Baltimore-born Clara Beranger began her screenwriting career in the early
1910s freelancing for Edison, Vitagraph, Kalem, and other pioneering movie producers. Briefly a
staff writer with Fox (Anna Karenina [1915], A Tale of Two Cities [1917]), Beranger has been mostly
associated with Famous Players-Lasky (Paramount) in general, and director William C. de Mille in
particular. She wrote or contributed to more than 24 de Mille productions, including Cameo Kirby
(1914) and Miss Lulu Bett (1921), and later became his second wife and the stepmother of
choreographer Agnes de Mille. Clara Beranger, who also used the pseudonym of Charles S.
Beranger, retired from screenwriting in 1934.

Biography by Hans J. Wollstein, AllMovie.com
~Silent Filmography~
~Writer~

Craig's Wife (1928) (adaptation)
Almost Human (1927/I) (screenplay) (titles)
The Forbidden Woman (1927) (adaptation) (screenplay)
The Little Adventuress (1927) (adaptation) (screenplay)
Nobody's Widow (1927) (adaptation)
Don Juan's Three Nights (1926) (adaptation) (scenario)
New Brooms (1925) (writer)
Lost: A Wife (1925) (writer)
Men and Women (1925) (writer)
Locked Doors (1925) (scenario) (story)
The Fast Set (1924) (writer)
The Bedroom Window (1924) (screenplay) (story)
Icebound (1924) (writer)
Don't Call It Love (1923) (writer)
The Marriage Maker (1923) (writer)
Only 38 (1923) (writer)
Grumpy (1923) (adaptation) (screenplay)
The World's Applause (1923) (screenplay) (story)
Clarence (1922) (writer)
Nice People (1922) (writer)
Bought and Paid For (1922) (writer)
Her Husband's Trademark (1922) (story)
Miss Lulu Bett (1921) (adaptation)
The Wonderful Thing (1921) (writer)
Exit the Vamp (1921) (screenplay) (story)
A Heart to Let (1921) (writer)
Sheltered Daughters (1921) (writer)
The Gilded Lily (1921) (story)
White Youth (1920) (story)
Blackbirds (1920) (writer)
Half an Hour (1920) (as Clara S. Beranger) (scenario)
Civilian Clothes (1920) (writer) (as Clara S. Beranger)
The Cost (1920) (writer) (as Clara S. Beranger)
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920/I) (scenario) (as Clara S. Beranger)
Judy of Rogue's Harbor (1920) (writer)
The Fear Market (1920) (writer)
Flames of the Flesh (1920) (story)

Wanted: A Husband (1919) (writer)
Sadie Love (1919) (writer)
The Praise Agent (1919) (scenario)
Bringing Up Betty (1919) (writer) (as Clara S. Beranger)
Dust of Desire (1919) (story) (writer)
The Firing Line (1919) (writer)
Girls (1919) (writer)
... aka Girls, Come Out of the Kitchen
Phil-for-Short (1919) (scenario) (as Clara S. Beranger)
Come Out of the Kitchen (1919) (scenario)
The Little Intruder (1919) (as Clara S. Beranger) (scenario)
Hit or Miss (1919) (scenario) (as Clara S. Beranger)
The Hand Invisible (1919) (as Clara S. Beranger) (scenario)
The Unveiling Hand (1919) (scenario) (as Clara S. Beranger)
Heart of Gold (1919) (as Clara S. Beranger) (scenario)
The Bluffer (1919) (screenplay) (as Clara S. Beranger) (story)
The Love Net (1918) (writer)
The Grouch (1918/I) (scenario) (as Clara S. Beranger)
Appearance of Evil (1918) (scenario) (as Clara S. Beranger)
By Hook or Crook (1918) (writer) (as Clara S. Beranger)
Winning Grandma (1918) (scenario) (as Clara S. Beranger)
The Beloved Blackmailer (1918) (writer)
The Golden Wall (1918) (as Clara S. Beranger) (adaptation)
The Voice of Destiny (1918) (screenplay) (as Clara S. Beranger) (story) (as Clara S. Beranger)
The Interloper (1918) (as Clara S. Beranger) (story)
Dolly Does Her Bit (1918) (writer) (as Clara S. Beranger)
The Way Out (1918) (scenario) (as Clara S. Beranger)
Milady o' the Beanstalk (1918) (scenario) (as Clara S. Beranger)
The Dormant Power (1917) (writer) (as Clara S. Beranger)
Mary Moreland (1917) (as Clara S. Beranger) (scenario)
The Mirror (1917) (as Clara S. Beranger) (scenario)
The Debt (1917) (writer)
Motherhood (1917/I) (writer)
The Greater Woman (1917) (unconfirmed)
The Slave Market (1917) (scenario) (as Clara S. Beranger)
Her Mother's Secret (1915/I) (scenario) (uncredited)
The Galley Slave (1915) (scenario) (as Clara S. Beranger)
Princess Romanoff (1915) (scenario) (as Clara S. Beranger)
Anna Karenina (1915) (writer) (as Clara S. Beranger)
From the Valley of the Missing (1915) (scenario) (as Clara S. Beranger)
... aka Valley of the Missing (alternative title)
Cameo Kirby (1914) (uncredited)
The Master Mind (1914) (scenario)
Memories of His Youth (1913) (scenario) (as Clara S. Beranger)
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