Philip Lonergan

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Philip Lonergan was a screenwriter in the United States.[1] He was part of a family of prominent screenwriters. Lloyd Lonergan was his brother.


  • The Phantom Witness[2]
  • The Little Girl Next Door
  • The Girl with the Jazz Heart with George Mooser
  • The Penalty (1920 film) with Charles Kenyon
  • Mandarin's Gold'"
  • Private Izzy Murphy, adaptation
  • The World and the Woman with William C. deMille
  • King Lear (1916 film)
  • The Barrier of Flames
  • Almost Married (1919 film)
  • Silas Marner (1916 film)
  • Her Beloved Enemy
  • The Steadfast Heart, adaptation
  • The Candy Girl
  • War and the Woman
  • Her Life and His
  • The Fugitive (1916 film)[3]
  • Woman, Saint and Devil[4]
  • Wine (1924 film)


  1. Vazzana, Eugene Michael (January 16, 2001). "Silent Film Necrology". McFarland – via Google Books.
  2. Lee, Walt (January 16, 1972). "Reference Guide to Fantastic Films: Science Fiction, Fantasy, & Horror". Chelsea-Lee Books – via Google Books.
  3. "The Moving Picture World". World Photographic Publishing Company. January 16, 1916 – via Google Books.
  4. "Motography". January 16, 1916 – via Google Books.

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