Lynn Starling

Active - 1930 - 1946  |   Genres - Comedy, Romance, Musical, Drama

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American screenwriter Lynn Starling was in Hollywood from 1930 to 1946. Apparently not wishing to be stereotyped, Starling scripted soap operas (Back Street), romantic melodramas (Transatlantic), murder mysteries (The Cat and the Canary), and Gothic horror pieces (The Climax). Starling was also a contributor to the ground-breaking psychiatric drama Private Worlds (1935). Lynn Starling's most enduring screenplay -- at least so far as 20th Century Fox was concerned -- was the "three girls on the prowl for millionaire husbands" concoction Three Blind Mice (1938), which Fox remade and re-remade throughout the 1940s.

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