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Also Known As: Died: March 25, 1977
Born: December 5, 1897 Cause of Death: pneumonia
Birth Place: Columbus, Georgia, USA Profession: Writer ...
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Began career as a reporter and writer for various newspapers and magazines
1927:
Made feature debut (uncredited), co-wrote the screenplay for Frank Capra's "For the Love of Mike"
1931:
Official screenwriting debut, also from story, "It Ought to Be a Crime"
1935:
First feature as associate producer, also credited for his screenplay, "The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo"
1937:
Produced, "Cafe Metropole"
1943:
Formed International Pictures; later absorbed by Universal
1950:
TV debut as a writer on "Robert Montgomery Presents Your Lucky Strike Theater"
1954:
Feature directorial debut, also wrote and produced, "Night People"
1958:
Received credit for the TV series, "How to Marry a Millionaire", from his screenplay of the same title
1959:
Produced final feature, also wrote and directed, "The Man Who Understood Women"
1960:
Final feature as director, also credited for screenplay, "The Angel Wore Red"
1963:
Served as a script consultant for the initial shooting of "Cleopatra"
1967:
Final feature, wrote the screenplay for "The Dirty Dozen"

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