Did You Know?
[on Ann Blyth
in The Helen Morgan Story
(1957)] There are some actresses in this town who can roll in the gutter and it won't move you. They look at home there. But when you put a good girl like Ann in the gutter, it tears your heart out.
Started work as a hat store delivery boy. Commenced his writing career as a copy boy for the New York Mirror, later becoming a publicist and speech writer. In Hollywood from 1941, as a comedy scriptwriter for Red Skelton. In the 1950's, headed his own production company in partnership with screenwriter John Lee Mahin.