Arthur Horman

RKO's Meanest Gal in Town is the first recorded credit for American screenwriter Arthur T. Horman. After spending the mid-1930s with Columbia's "B" unit, Horman free-lanced at several studios, writing for performers as ... Read more »

Filmography

other (19)

Argentine Nights (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

Call a Messenger (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

Captains of the Clouds (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

Code of the Streets (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

Dark Waters (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

Ellis Island (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

Give Us Wings (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

Hello Sucker (Movie)

(Screen Story)

Here Come the Co-Eds (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

In the Navy (Movie)

(Screen Story)

Life Returns (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

Navy Blues (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

Smashing the Spy Ring (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

The Lone Wolf in Paris (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

The Meanest Gal in Town (Movie)

(Screen Story)

The Noose Hangs High (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

The Runaround (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

The Suspect (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

Three of a Kind (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

Biography

RKO's Meanest Gal in Town is the first recorded credit for American screenwriter Arthur T. Horman. After spending the mid-1930s with Columbia's "B" unit, Horman free-lanced at several studios, writing for performers as varied as the Ritz Brothers (Argentine Nights), Jack Oakie (Navy Blues), Abbott & Costello (Buck Privates). His 1940s endeavors included the tongue-in-cheek Errol Flynn war adventure Desperate Journey (1942) and the lighthearted detective yarn The Runaround (1945). After a long absence from the screen, Arthur T. Horman resurfaced in 1958 as scripter of the Republic juvenile-delinquent quickie Young and Wild.

~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

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