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C. Gardner Sullivan

  • Highest Rated: 100% Tumbleweeds (1925)
  • Lowest Rated: 43% Alibi (1929)
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  • American screenwriter C. Gardner Sullivan first worked as a newspaper reporter and feature writer before he began writing a few scripts in 1911. He became a full-time screenwriter for Thomas H. Ince studios the following year; soon he was promoted to head of the scenario department. His favorite topics were based on U.S. history, and Sullivan, with his realistic scripts for the pictures of William S. Hart, can be considered one of the fathers of the American Western. Sullivan began producing films for DeMille in the mid-'20s; he also produced films for his own company. Sullivan remained a major Hollywood screenwriter until the end of the 1930s. He continued to occasionally write scripts until the end of the 1950s.

Highest Rated Movies

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No Score Yet North West Mounted Police Screenwriter 1940
No Score Yet Union Pacific Screenwriter 1939
No Score Yet The Buccaneer Screenwriter 1938
No Score Yet Car 99 Screenwriter 1935
No Score Yet Men Must Fight Screenwriter 1933
No Score Yet Strange Interlude Screenwriter 1932
No Score Yet Skyscraper Souls Screenwriter 1932
No Score Yet Huddle Screenwriter 1932
No Score Yet The Locked Door Screenwriter 1929
43% Alibi Screenwriter 1929
No Score Yet The Woman Disputed Screenwriter 1928
No Score Yet Tempest Screenwriter 1928
No Score Yet Sparrows Screenwriter 1926
100% Tumbleweeds Screenwriter 1925
No Score Yet Sex Screenwriter 1920
No Score Yet The Poppy Girl's Husband Screenwriter 1919
No Score Yet Branding Broadway Screenwriter 1918
No Score Yet Civilization Screenwriter 1916
No Score Yet Hell's Hinges Screenwriter 1916
No Score Yet The Return of Draw Egan Screenwriter 1916
No Score Yet On the Night Stage Screenwriter 1915
No Score Yet The Italian Screenwriter 1915
No Score Yet The Invaders Screenwriter 1912

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