Frederick J. Jackson
American author Frederick J. Jackson was active in films from 1917, when his story "Annie-for-Spite" was adapted for the screen. Several of Jackson's stage plays were filmed by Hollywood, including The School for Husbands, Hole in the Wall, The Bishop Misbehaves and Naughty Wife (retitled Let's Elope). Among his screenwriting assignments were the Andrew Stone productions Hi Diddle Diddle and Stormy Weather (both 1943). Reportedly, Frederick J. Jackson also dabbled in directing.