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Marguerite Roberts (21 September 1905 –17 February 1989) was an American screenwriter, one of the highest paid in the 1930s. After she and her husband John Sanford refused to testify in 1951 before the House Un-American Activities Committee, she was blacklisted for nine years and unable to get work in Hollywood. She was hired again in 1962 by Columbia Pictures.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Marguerite Roberts (21 September 1905 –17 February 1989) was an American screenwriter, one of the highest paid in the 1930s. After she and her husband John Sanford refused to testify in 1951 before the House Un-American Activities Committee, she was blacklisted for nine years and unable to get work in Hollywood. She was hired again in 1962 by Columbia Pictures.

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Known For Writing

Gender Female

Known Credits 28

Birthday 1905-09-21

Day of Death 1989-02-17

Place of Birth Greeley, Colorado

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Writing TV ShowsMovies

1971 Shoot OutNovel
1971 Shoot OutScreenplay
1971 Red Sky At MorningWriter
1970 NorwoodWriter
1969 True GritScreenplay
1968 5 Card StudScreenplay
1965 Love Has Many FacesAuthor
1963 RampageScreenplay
1963 Diamond HeadScreenplay
1952 IvanhoeScreenplay
1951 Soldiers ThreeWriter
1950 AmbushWriter
1949 The BribeWriter
1947 If Winter ComesScreenplay
1947 Desire MeWriter
1947 The Sea of GrassWriter
1942 Somewhere I'll Find YouScreenplay
1941 Honky TonkScreenplay
1941 Ziegfeld GirlScreenplay
1940 EscapeScreenplay
1938 Meet the GirlsScreenplay
1937 Wild MoneyWriter
1937 Turn Off the MoonWriter
1936 Rose BowlScreenplay
1936 Hollywood BoulevardScreenplay
1935 Men Without NamesStory
1935 College ScandalScreenplay
1934 Peck's Bad BoyWriter
1933 Sailor's LuckAdaptation

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