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(screenplay - originally uncredited)
(screenplay - originally as Gilbert Holland)
(contributing writer - uncredited)
(additional writer - uncredited)
Los Angeles. Comedy. Written by Max Marcin
and Donald Ogden Stewart
. Directed by Sam Forrest. Hudson Theatre: 19 Dec 1927- Jan 1928 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Alan Brooks, G. Davidson Clark, Frances Dale, Frank Ford, Jack La Rue
(as "Mr. Pirrano"), Martha Manners, Jane Oaker, Rosalie O'Reilly, Neil Pratt, ...
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I don't think David Selznick was in a class with Irving Thalberg. He was the kind of producer who would shoot everything and then really begin making the picture in the cutting room... quite an expensive process, but with David it seemed to work.
Black-listed for Communism in 1950.