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Sarah Y. Mason (1896–1980)

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The very first continuity girl. She suggested the position to Allan Dwan, who accepted the idea for his film Arizona (1918).

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 1954 Magnificent Obsession (based upon the screenplay by)
 1949 Little Women (screen play)
 1944 Meet Me in St. Louis (uncredited)
 1941 A Girl, a Guy, and a Gob (additional dialogue - uncredited)
 1940 Pride and Prejudice (contributor to treatment - uncredited)
 1939 Golden Boy (screenplay)
 1937 Stella Dallas (screenplay)
 1935 Magnificent Obsession (screenplay)
 1935 Break of Hearts (screen play)
 1934 The Little Minister (screen play)
 1934 Imitation of Life (contributor to treatment - uncredited)
 1934 The Age of Innocence (screen play)
 1933 Little Women (screen play)
 1933 Chance at Heaven (screen play)
 1932 The Age of Consent (screenplay)
 1932 Shopworn (story)
 1931 The Man in Possession (additional dialogue) / (screen adaptation)
 1930 Love in the Rough (adaptation)
 1930 The Girl Said No (adapted by)
 1930 They Learned About Women (scenario)
 1929 The Broadway Melody (continuity)
 1928 Alias Jimmy Valentine (continuity - as Sara Y. Mason)
 1927 Backstage (story)
 1924 Leap Year (from the story by)
 1923 Modern Matrimony (writer)
 1920 The Poor Simp (scenario)
 1920 Held in Trust
 1920 Bright Skies
 1918 Arizona (continuity)
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Alternate Names:

Sara Y. Mason

Height:

5' 3" (1.6 m)
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Trivia:

The very first continuity girl. She suggested the position to Allan Dwan, who accepted the idea for his film Arizona (1918).

Star Sign:

Aries

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