Drama critic turned playwright who went to Hollywood in 1932 and wrote several delightful comedies including "Bachelor Mother" (1939) and "The Devil and Miss Jones" (1941).
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Joined New York-based "World" as copy boy then assistant to drama editor
Drama editor and critic for Evening Graphic
Columnist for Exhibitors Herald-World; then to Hollywood working in Warner Bros. Publicity department
Signed contract as screenwriter with Columbia
First film as producer (for MGM) "Big City"
Film directing debut "Princess O'Rourke"