Victor Kendall was a British screenwriter notable for his work in the 1930s. Kendall wrote the screenplay for Atlantic the first sound portrayal of the Titanic Disaster. Kendall worked for several British studios and production companies but spent most of his screenwriting career with the large British International Pictures organisation where he wrote scripts for several of the companies leading directors such as Ewald André Dupont and Thomas Bentley.
- Weekend Wives (1928)
- Atlantic (1929)
- Atlantik (1929)
- High Seas (1929)
- Young Woodley (1930)
- Night Birds (1930)
- Cape Forlorn (1931)
- The Maid of the Mountains (1932)
- Sleepless Nights (1932)
- Dick Turpin (1933)
- Meet Mr. Penny (1938)
- Night Alone (1938)
- Save a Little Sunshine (1938)
- Dead Men Are Dangerous (1939)
- Richards p.12
- Low, Rachael. History of the British Film: Filmmaking in 1930s Britain. George Allen & Unwin, 1985 .
- Richards, Jeffrey. A Night to Remember: the Definitive Titanic Film: A British Film Guide. I.B.Tauris, 2002.
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