Charles Grayson

Active - 1936 - 1958  |   Genres - Comedy, Crime, Drama, Musical, Romance

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Biography by Hal Erickson

Active from 1936, American screenwriter Charles Grayson worked at such "B"-picture mills as Monogram and Republic. After the war, Grayson's pay scale improved at larger studios. His most famous effort of the late 1940s was the Red-baiter I Married a Communist (1949). Charles Grayson spent the 1950s working on such big-budgeters as Rock Hudson's Battle Hymn (1956).

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