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(TV Series) (1 episode, 1957) (screenplay - 1 episode, 1954)
(TV Series) (teleplay - 1 episode)
Wrote a pilot for a western TV series called "Outpost" about a woman and her son who run a hotel at a lonely oasis.
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[on working for Warner Bros. in the 1930s]: A writer was expected to arrive at the studio at nine o'clock in the morning and leave at five o'clock. He was expected to restrict his outside calls to a minimum. They were monitored. Let's face it, you didn't say anything you didn't want heard. A writer was not permitted on the set without the written permission of Jack Warner. This was a regulation. ...
He disliked working in collaboration, preferring to receive solo credit for his efforts. He preferred working for Warner Brothers, because he believed that Jack L. Warner was too tight-fisted to fork out extra money for re-writes, thus more of the original script would be featured on screen.