Falkland L. Cary
Screenwriter/playwright Falkland L. Cary started out as a successful London obstetrician. During the 1940s, he left medicine to become a full-time playwright. He was equally successful in his new endeavor and specialized in writing popular comedies. He frequently collaborated with others including Philip King. Several of his plays such as The Hypnotist were adapted into films. Later he wrote a few original scripts for feature films.
~ Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide