|Also Known As: ||
||March 9, 1969
||November 26, 1892
||Cause of Death:
||Saratoga Springs, New York, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Served with US military in France during WWI
Began practicing law
First film credit (from story), "Tomorrow's Love"
Went to Hollywood for six-week contract with Paramount; remained with company until 1950
First film as co-writer, "Enter Madame!"
President of the screenwriters guild
First film as producer (also co-writer, with director Billy Wilder), "Five Graves to Cairo"
President of Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences