Charles R. Marion
American screenwriter Charles R. Marion's first film credit was the Warner Bros. 2-reeler The Lady and the Lug, a truly one-of-a-kind endeavor starring social arbiter Elsa Maxwell and punchdrunk pugilist Maxie Rosenbloom. Marion then moved to Monogram, where he'd spend the bulk of his screen career. He co-scripted no fewer than eleven of the studio's "Bowery Boys" comedies. Charles R. Marion's last effort was the 1958 Columbia western Apache Territory.
~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide