(TV Series documentary)
1 Biographical Movie |
1 Print Biography |
1 Article |
Frederica Sagor Maas | Frederica Maas
Did You Know?
[in 1999 of her autobiography] I can get my paycheck now. I'm alive and thriving and well you S.O.B.'s are all below.
After moving to Hollywood in 1924, her first job as a screenwriter was for Preferred Pictures. She found success writing Clara Bow
's hit The Plastic Age
(1925), which got her a contract with MGM. She left MGM because, she claimed, others took credit for her work. She signed with Tiffany Productions, where she wrote--and received credit for--"flapper" comedies.