Donald Davis


American screenwriter Donald Davis inaugurated his film career around 1929 and was busiest in the formative years of the talkie era, working on such matinee fodders as Dangerous Curves (1929) and Rough Romance (1930). Seemingly playing no favorites in his assignment choices, he tackled everything from the states-rights exploitationer Damaged Lives (1933) to the MGM superproduction The Good Earth (1937), for which he was one of a virtual battalion of writers. Ending his career with the Columbia "B" unit, Donald Davis' final credit was City Without Men (1943). ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

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