Dutch Shea, Jr.
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Screenwriters are regarded in the industry as chronic malcontents, overpaid and undertalented, the Hollywood version of Hessians - measuring their worth in dollars, since ownership of their words belongs to those who hire and fire them.
He began his career as a journalist. Among other things, he worked for Time magazine for 5 years. He was also a novelist, screenwriter and literary critic.