Garson Kanin

Garson Kanin

Highest Rated: 100% Tom, Dick and Harry (1941)

Lowest Rated: 23% Born Yesterday (1993)

Birthday: Nov 24, 1912

Birthplace: Rochester, New York, USA

A highly competent, witty playwright, screenwriter and director, Garson Kanin is perhaps best-remembered for his 1945 Broadway smash "Born Yesterday" and for the scenarios he wrote for others, especially George Cukor.

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Movies

Credit
23% 27% Born Yesterday Writer $17.8M 1993
No Score Yet No Score Yet Where It's At Director,
Writer
- 1969
No Score Yet No Score Yet Some Kind of a Nut Director - 1969
75% 69% The Girl Can't Help It Writer - 1956
100% 76% It Should Happen to You Writer - 1954
67% 62% The Marrying Kind Writer - 1952
85% 68% Pat and Mike Screenwriter - 1952
96% 86% Adam's Rib Writer - 1949
75% 67% A Double Life Writer - 1947
No Score Yet No Score Yet Battle Stations Director - 1944
No Score Yet No Score Yet Salute to France Director - 1944
94% 82% The More the Merrier Writer - 1943
100% 44% Tom, Dick and Harry Director - 1941
No Score Yet 40% They Knew What They Wanted Director - 1940
85% 82% My Favorite Wife Director - 1940
No Score Yet 73% The Great Man Votes Director - 1939
100% 88% Bachelor Mother Director - 1939
No Score Yet 42% A Man to Remember Director - 1938
No Score Yet 20% Next Time I Marry Director - 1938

TV

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet What's My Line? Guest 1973
No Score Yet No Score Yet Adam's Rib Writer 1973
No Score Yet No Score Yet Alfred Hitchcock Presents Writer 1959
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Alcoa Hour Writer 1957

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