Wrote a pilot for a western TV series called "Outpost" about a woman and her son who run a hotel at a lonely oasis.
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[on working for MGM]: I fell into the trap of going to Metro, because they offered me $5000 a week. Metro was a place where, if they wanted somebody, money was not an object. They paid more than any other studio for their stars, their directors, even for their writers. I shouldn't have done it. I knew better, because I have always said that Metro is the graveyard of writers. And so it proved to ...
He disliked working in collaboration, preferring to receive solo credit for his efforts. He preferred working for Warner Brothers, because he believed that Jack L. Warner was too tight-fisted to fork out extra money for re-writes, thus more of the original script would be featured on screen.