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(1927) Screenplay: Wrote "Lipstick" for United Artists. Unproduced.

(1932) Screenplay: Red-Headed Woman (1932) for MGM. Not used.

(1938) Screenplay: A Yank at Oxford (1938) for M-G-M. Dialogue polish.

(1938) Screenplay (for MGM): "Infidelity". Unproduced.

(1938) Screenplay: Marie Antoinette (1938). Not used.

(1939) Screenplay: The Women (1939). Not used.

(1938) Screenplay: "Madame Curie" for MGM. Not used.

(1939) Screenplay: "Air Raid" for Paramount. Not produced.

(1939) Screenplay: "Open the Door" for Universal. One week's work.

(1939) Screenplay: Raffles (1939) for Goldwyn. One week's work.

(1940) Screenplay: "Cosmopolitan" (aka "Babylon Revisited") for Columbia.

(1940) Unproduced "Brooklyn Bridge" project for 20th Century-Fox. Fitzgerald's assignment unknown.

(1942) Screenplay: Life Begins at Eight-Thirty (1942) for 20th Century-Fox. Not used.

(1922) Novel: "The Beautiful and the Damned" (filmed as The Beautiful and Damned (1922))

(1920) Novel: "This Side of Paradise,"

(1920) Novel: "Flappers and Philosophers"

Story: "Babylon Revisited" (filmed as The Last Time I Saw Paris (1954)).

(1939) Screenplay: Winter Carnival (1939) for United Artists. Dismissed.

(1932) Short Story: "Crazy Sunday".

(1940) Novel: "The Last Tycoon" (filmed as The Last Tycoon (1976), "Playhouse 90: The Last Tycoon (#1.24)" (1957), "Armchair Theatre: The Last Tycoon (#3.68)" (1959), "The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse: The Last Tycoon (#2.7)" (1949))

(1924) Novel: "The Great Gatsby" (filmed as The Great Gatsby (1974), The Great Gatsby (2000) (TV), The Great Gatsby (1949), "Robert Montgomery Presents: The Great Gatsby (#6.33)" (1955), "Playhouse 90: The Great Gatsby (#2.40)" (1958),

Story: "Myra Meets His Family" (filmed as The Husband Hunter (1920/I))

Story: "Head and Shoulders" (filmed as The Chorus Girl's Romance (1920))

(????) Story: "The Last of the Belles" (filmed as "Kraft Theatre: The Last of the Belles (#11.34)" (1958))


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