Albert E. DeMond

Biography

Hollywood screenwriter Albert E. DeMond spent most of the silent era thinking up dialogue titles for such comedies as Harold Lloyd's Speedy (1928). One of DeMond's last silent credits was the screenplay for comedian Charlie Chase's only starring feature, Universal's Modern Love (1929). DeMond remained at Universal for several years thereafter, then moved to Monogram in the mid-1930s, where he...