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Also Known As: Died: February 10, 1985
Born: March 20, 1898 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Pueblo, Colorado, USA Profession: screenwriter, director, advertising copywriter

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Veteran Hollywood writer whose screenplays include "Hallelujah" (1929), "Susan Lennox: Her Rise and Fall" (1931) and "The Foxes of Harrow" (1947). Tuchock was one of the few women to receive directorial credit on major studio features--as co-director with George Nicholls Jr on "Finishing School" and as director of "Ready For Love" (both 1934; also writer of both).

Veteran Hollywood writer whose screenplays include "Hallelujah" (1929), "Susan Lennox: Her Rise and Fall" (1931) and "The Foxes of Harrow" (1947). Tuchock was one of the few women to receive directorial credit on major studio features--as co-director with George Nicholls Jr on "Finishing School" and as director of "Ready For Love" (both 1934; also writer of both).

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  Finishing School (1934) Director

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Worked as advertising copywriter before entering film industry in 1927
1929:
Penned screenplay for "Hallelujah", directed by King Vidor
1931:
Wrote the Garbo vehicle "Susan Lenox, Her Fall and Rise"
1932:
Scripted "Little Orphan Annie"
1934:
With George Nichols Jr, co-directed "Finishing School"
1940:
Wrote "Youth Will Be Served"
1947:
Penned screenplay for "The Foxes of Harrow"
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Education

University of California at Los Angeles: Los Angeles , California -

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husband:
George DeNormand. Actor, director. Born on September 22, 1903 in New York; died on December 23, 1976 in California.

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