Gene Towne


American screenwriter Gene Towne started out in 1928, composing subtitles for silent films. Surviving the switchover to talkies, Towne penned screenplays for such movie factories as Warner Bros. and Paramount. From 1937 to 1939, he was most closely associated with independent producer Walter Wanger, collaborating on such films as Stand-In (1937),… More


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