Allan Scott

Highest Rated: 100% The Witches (1990)
Lowest Rated: 11% In Love and War (1996)
Birthday: May 23, 1906
Birthplace: Not Available
Screenwriter Allan Scott 's best-known scripts include such classic Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers musicals as Top Hat (1935), Follow the Fleet, Swingtime (both 1936), and Shall We Dance? (1937). During WWII, Scott was one of Hollywood's preeminent creators of upbeat wartime propaganda fare like So Proudly We Hail (1943) and Here Come the Waves (1944). The New Jersey-born writer got his start when Goodbye Again, a play he co-wrote, was produced on Broadway in 1933. Shortly thereafter, Allan moved to Hollywood and became a successful script doctor. Scott's first screenplay was the frothy comedy of manners Fifth Avenue Girl (1939). All told, Scott penned over 50 screenplays throughout his career. Other notable efforts include his surreal collaboration with Dr. Seuss, The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T (1953) and Imitation of Life (1959). Scott's daughter Pippa Scott became an actress.

Highest Rated Movies



60% Behind the Lines Screenwriter 1999
50% Grizzly Falls Producer 1999
No Score Yet The Match Producer 1999
No Score Yet Regeneration Producer 1998
11% In Love and War Screenwriter 1996
No Score Yet Samson and Delilah Screenwriter 1996
38% Two Deaths Screenwriter Executive Producer 1995
69% Shallow Grave Executive Producer 1995
No Score Yet Cold Heaven Producer Screenwriter 1992
100% The Witches Screenwriter 1990
No Score Yet Taffin Executive Producer 1987
No Score Yet Apprentice to Murder Screenwriter 1987
100% Castaway Screenwriter 1987
50% D.A.R.Y.L. Screenwriter 1985
No Score Yet Martin's Day Screenwriter 1985
No Score Yet The Awakening Screenwriter 1980
No Score Yet Joseph Andrews Screenwriter 1977
No Score Yet The Girl from Petrovka Screenwriter 1974
96% Don't Look Now Screenwriter 1973
50% Carefree Screenwriter 1938
80% Follow the Fleet Screenwriter 1936


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