Magazine editor turned screenwriter who became a producer with RKO in 1943. Scott was responsible for such films as the Raymond Chandler adaptation, "Murder, My Sweet" (1944; from "Farewell My Lovely"...
Arlington, New Jersey, USA
|Deadline at Dawn||Producer||n/a||3|
|So Well Remembered||Producer||n/a||3|
|The Great Man's Whiskers||Producer||n/a||3|
|The Great Man's Whiskers||Play Author||n/a||7|
|Johnny on the Spot||Actor||n/a||1|
|Lust For Freedom||Actor||Karen||1|
|The Doors||Actor||New York Journalist||1|
|The Great Man's Whiskers (1971-1972)||Producer||n/a||1971||3|
|The Great Man's Whiskers (1971-1972)||Play as Source Material||n/a||1971||4000006|
|Screenwriting debut, "Keeping Company"|
|First film as producer, "Farewell My Lovely"|
|Refused to testify before House Un-American Activities Committee; later sentenced to one year in prison|
|Anne Shirley||Wife||married 1945, divorced 1949; her last film was the Scott production "Murder, My Sweet" (1944)|
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