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(contributor to screenplay construction - uncredited)
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(screen play - as John Mahin)
Wrote the screen play for a TV pilot called "Boys Town" which told the first of a proposed series of stories about the famed juvenile home founded by Father Flanagan.
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American screenwriter, who spent most of his career at MGM, (1932 to 1941, and 1950-53), later free-lancing. He was a favorite of actor Clark Gable and director Victor Fleming. One of the founders of the Screenwriter's Guild in 1933, who honoured him with a Laurel Award for Lifetime Achievement in 1957.