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Monte Brice (died 1962) was a writer and director of films in the United States. He married Doris Hill. In the later years of his decades long career in film he worked with Bob Hope.
- Casey at the Bat (1927 film), director
- Mexican Spitfire Sees a Ghost, written by Charles E. Roberts and Monte Brice
- Take a Chance (1933 film), directed by Monte Brice and Laurence Schwab
- Brewster's Millions (1926), screenplay by Monte Brice, Lloyd Corrigan and Harold Shumate
- Hands Up! (1926 film), co-written by Monte Brice and Lloyd Corrigan
- Sweet Surrender (film) (1935), director
- Tillie's Punctured Romance (1928 film), co-wrote with Keene Thompson
- Genius at Work (1946), co-wrote with Robert E. Kent
- Pot o' Gold (film), co-wrote screenplay
- The Fleet's In (1928 film), one of the writers
- You'll Find Out, one of the writers
- Singin' in the Corn, one of the writers
- Radio Stars on Parade, co-wrote screenplay with Robert E. Kent from a story by Kent
- Fireman, Save My Child (1927 film), co-wrote with Thomas J. Geraghty
- Mama Loves Papa (1945 film), writer
- Eadie Was a Lady (1945) original story and screenplay
1945 Radio Stars on Parade (1945), screenplay
- A Guy, a Gal and a Pal, story
- Variety Girl (1947), screenplay
- Genius at Work (1946), script
- ↑ "Monte Brice". www.tcm.com.
- ↑ "Monte Brice dies". November 9, 1962. p. 21 – via newspapers.com.
- ↑ "MONTE BRICE, WRITER FOR BOB HOPE, DEAD (Published 1962)". November 9, 1962 – via NYTimes.com.
- ↑ "Monte Brice". BFI.
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