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Chief of the story departments at Paramount and Selznick who graduated to producer status with Fox in the late 1940s. Responsible for films including "The Day the Earth Stood Still" (1951) and Peter Hall's "Three Into Two Won't Go" (1969).
Writer (Feature Film)
Producer (Feature Film)
Production Companies (Feature Film)
Entered industry as a reader for Universal Pictures
Became head of Universal's story department
First feature credit, from story, "For Love or Money"
Served in the Army Signal Corps photo center
Feature debut as producer, "Broken Arrow"
Appointed executive producer at 20th Century Fox
Left Fox to produce films independently
Final producer credit, "Three Into Two Won't Go"