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Personal Info

Known For Writing

Gender Male

Known Credits 28

Birthday 1900-02-07

Day of Death 1977-08-14

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Writing TV ShowsMovies

1953 Tonight We Sing Writer
1953 Decameron Nights Screenplay
1950 Perfect Strangers Adaptation
1948 Adventures of Don Juan Screenplay
1947 Killer McCoy Story
1946 Easy to Wed Screenplay
1943 Slightly Dangerous Screenplay
1943 The Youngest Profession Screenplay
1942 A Yank at Eton Story Screenplay
1942 The War Against Mrs. Hadley Screenplay
1942 Pacific Rendezvous Screenplay
1941 Two-Faced Woman Screenplay
1941 The Feminine Touch Screenplay
1940 I Love You Again Screenplay
1940 Strange Cargo Writer
1940 Broadway Melody of 1940 Screenplay
1938 Three Loves Has Nancy Writer
1938 The Crowd Roars Screenplay
1938 Paradise for Three Screenplay
1938 A Yank at Oxford Screenplay
1938 Man-Proof Screenplay
1937 I'll Take Romance Screenplay
1937 London by Night Screenplay
1937 A Day at the Races Screenplay
1937 Married Before Breakfast Screenplay
1936 Libeled Lady Screenplay

Crew

1950 Born to Be Bad Additional Dialogue
1933 Roman Scandals Additional Writing

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