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Darrell Ware's talent for screenwriting gave him a Hollywood career. With such film writing credits as the The Ritz Brothers comedy "Life Begins in College" (1937), the Tyrone Power comedy "Second Honeymoon" (1937) and "Wife, Doctor, and Nurse" (1937). He also appeared in "Just Around the Corner" (1938), the action film "Submarine Patrol" (1938) with Richard Greene and the comedy "Charlie McCarthy, Detective" (1939) with Edgar Bergen, Ware was an established screenwriter. He continued his focus on film through the thirties and the forties, penning the scripts for "Hotel For Women" (1939) with Linda Darnell, "Down Argentine Way" (1940) and "He Married His Wife" (1940). Ware was nominated for an Academy Award for "Tall, Dark and Handsome" in 1941. During the latter part of his career, Ware wrote the musical "My Gal Sal" (1942) with Rita Hayworth, the George Montgomery musical "Orchestra Wives" (1942) and the musical "Dixie" (1943) with Bing Crosby. He also appeared in "Bring on the Girls" (1945) with Veronica Lake and the Paulette Goddard dramatic period piece "Kitty" (1946). Ware last wrote "Love That Brute" (1950).
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