Joseph Moncure March

Active - 1930 - 1949  |   Genres - Drama, Romance, Music

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American poet/essayist Joseph Moncure March was brought to Hollywood in 1930 to provide additional dialogue for Journey's End. March spent most of the 1930s as a screenwriter at Paramount, then briefly worked at Republic in 1940. Though he eventually left films to concentrate on his literary output, he left an indelible mark on at least two notable films. Both The Set-Up (1949) and The Wild Party (1975) were adapted from narrative poems written by Joseph Moncure March.

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