Milton M. Raison
American screenwriter Milton M. Raison's earliest screen credit was 1934's Strictly Dynamite. Raison spent the rest of the 1930s laboring away in Hollywood's B-mills, notably Republic (Country Gentlemen) and Columbia (The Shadow). He worked at bargain-basement PRC Studios in the 1940s, then moved up the ladder to Paramount's Pine-Thomas production unit (Special Agent, Dynamite). Milton M. Raison's final effort was Old Oklahoma Plains (1953).
~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide