4 wins & 6 nominations.
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(based upon the 1973 screenplay "Papillon" by)
(screenplay "A Guy Named Joe")
(TV Movie) (story - front Ian McLellan Hunter)
(Documentary) (book "Johnny Got His Gun" - uncredited) / (written by: The FTA Show)
(screenplay - originally uncredited)
The Brave One
(screenplay - originally uncredited) / (story - front Robert Rich)
(written by - front Ben Perry)
(screenplay - originally uncredited) / (story - originally uncredited)
(screenplay - front Millard Kaufman)
Half a Sinner
(from a original story "The Lady Takes a Chance" by)
Wrote source material (novel) for "Washington Jitters", produced on Broadway. Comedy. Written by John Boruff
and Walter Hart
. Directed by Walter Hart and Worthington Miner
. Guild Theatre: 2 May 1938-May 1938 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Dorothy Brackett (as "Tourist" / "Jenny Bronson"), Norma Chambers (as "...
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Robert Cole | Jack Davis | Robert Rich
5' 9" (1.75 m)
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I begin to realize why people believe that Hollywood corrupts writers. But they're quite wrong. All Hollywood does is give them enough money so they can get married and have kids like normal people. But it's the getting married and having kids that really corrupts them.
His screenplay for The Brave One
(1956) won the Oscar for Best Writing, Motion Picture Story in 1958. The screenplay was credited to Robert Rich, who was not at the Academy Award ceremony and was not a member of the Screen Writers Guild. It turned out that Rich was a nephew of the producers of the film, who denied the rumors that the screenplay actually had been written by a blacklisted ...