Began career as a reporter and writer for various newspapers and magazines
Made feature debut (uncredited), co-wrote the screenplay for Frank Capra's "For the Love of Mike"
Official screenwriting debut, also from story, "It Ought to Be a Crime"
First feature as associate producer, also credited for his screenplay, "The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo"
Produced, "Cafe Metropole"
Formed International Pictures; later absorbed by Universal
TV debut as a writer on "Robert Montgomery Presents Your Lucky Strike Theater"
Feature directorial debut, also wrote and produced, "Night People"
Received credit for the TV series, "How to Marry a Millionaire", from his screenplay of the same title
Produced final feature, also wrote and directed, "The Man Who Understood Women"
Final feature as director, also credited for screenplay, "The Angel Wore Red"
Served as a script consultant for the initial shooting of "Cleopatra"
Final feature, wrote the screenplay for "The Dirty Dozen"