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James Gruen (March 8, 1894, Michigan – March 19, 1967, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California) was a Hollywood screenwriter.

James Gruen was married to actress Beatrice Van and they had one child together: Kreigh Vander-Pluym (born in 1912).

Filmography

  • Camera Sleuth (1951)
  • South of Death Valley (1949) (story)
  • Everybody Sing (1938) (additional dialogue)
  • Windjammer (1937)
  • Wild Brian Kent (1936)
  • The Leathernecks Have Landed (1936) (story)
  • Behind the Green Lights (1935)
  • The Marines Are Coming (1934) (screenplay)
  • In Old Santa Fe (1934) (screenplay)
  • Night Parade (1929)
  • Hard to Get (1929) (also titles)
  • The Girl in the Glass Cage (1929)
  • Silks and Saddles (1929) (adaptation)
  • Riley the Cop (1928) (story)
  • None But the Brave (1928) (story)
  • A Prodigal Bridegroom (1926) (story)
  • Collegiate (1926) (adaptation)
  • Alice Be Good (1926)
  • Meet My Girl (1926) (story)
  • The Traffic Cop (1926)
  • Let's Go, Gallagher (1925) (also story)
  • Three Bases East (1925) (scenario)
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