The Screen writer

United States, 1949

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Pictures a typical screen writer and analyses his job. The writer, whether the script is adapted or original, is the starting point for a picture. During actual production the writer often advises actors and director on aspects of production. The film cites some writers who have directed or produced their own scripts and others who are not heads of production at major studios.


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Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation






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