Harvey Thew

Biography

A screenwriter since 1916, Harvey F. Thew spent most of his movie career at Warner Bros. Thew co-scripted John Barrymore's The Man From Blankley's (1930) and The Mad Genius (1931), James Cagney's Public Enemy (1931), and Edward G. Robinson's Silver Dollar and Two Seconds (1932). Parting company with Warners in the mid-'30s, he went on to work at MGM and Paramount. Harvey F. Thew's final screen...