Manuel Seff Overview

Manuel Seff


Playwright Manuel Seff came to Hollywood in 1932 when his stage comedy Blessed Event (co-written with Forrest Wilson) was adapted for the screen. This led to a long tenure in the Warner Bros. screenwriting mills for the busy Seff. He went on to work profitably for MGM, Goldwyn, and Edward Small. Manuel Seff's last screen credit was The Falcon's Alibi (1946), arguably the best of RKO Radio's Falcon...