Mary C. McCall Jr.

Active - 1932 - 1959  |   Genres - Comedy, Drama, Romance, Western, Musical

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Biography by Sandra Brennan

American screenwriter Mary McCall got her start in Hollywood after Warner Bros. bought the right to her successful novel Revolt and made it as Scarlet Dawn (1932). Prior to becoming a writer, the New York City-born McCall attended Vassar and then Trinity College in Dublin. Later in her career, McCall wrote for television series of the '60s and served three terms as the president of the Writer's Guild of America.

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