F. McGrew Willis

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American screenwriter F. McGrew Willis' best-known work was his stage comedy Sis Hopkins (based on a story by Avery Hopwood), which was filmed twice; Mabel Normand starred in the 1920 version, while Judy Canova headlined the 1941 remake. Willis entered films in 1916 as director of Pool of Flame (1916). Thereafter, with the exception of his 1928 directorial assignment Blonde for a Night, he stuck to writing. Many of his scenarios of the silent era were adaptations of popular stage plays, notably Charley's Aunt (1925), The Nervous Wreck (1926), and Getting Gertie's Garter (1927). In 1928, F. McGrew Willis doubled as writer and producer for Annapolis.



No Score Yet Murder in the Night Screenwriter 1940
No Score Yet Man in the Mirror Screenwriter 1936
No Score Yet The Forty-Niners Screenwriter 1932
No Score Yet The Big Gamble Screenwriter 1931
No Score Yet Charley's Aunt Screenwriter 1930
No Score Yet Blonde for a Night Director Screenwriter 1928
No Score Yet Getting Gertie's Garter Screenwriter 1927
No Score Yet Girl in the Pullman Screenwriter 1927
No Score Yet The Nervous Wreck Screenwriter 1926
No Score Yet Charley's Aunt Screenwriter 1925
No Score Yet Welcome Home Screenwriter 1925


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