Arthur St. Claire
American screenwriter Arthur Saint Claire spent his entire career on Hollywood's Poverty Row. Saint Claire's first credit was the exploitive (but essentially harmless) 1940 quickie Secrets of a Model. He then became a staffer at PRC Pictures, collaborating on such resistible efforts as Miss V From Moscow (1943) and Man of Courage (1943). Arthur Saint Claire's final film was the non-uninteresting Erich von Stroheim vehicle Mask of Dijon (PRC, 1946).
~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide