George Wells

Lowest Rated: 80% Party Girl (1958)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
George Wells penned the screenplays for numerous light films of the '40s and '50s. Born in New York, the son of a vaudevillian/writer, he began his career as a radio writer following studies at New York University. In the mid-'40s, Wells went to work for MGM where he wrote screenplays alone or in collaboration. He earned an Oscar for his script for Designing Woman (1957).

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No Score Yet Take Me Out to the Ballgame Screenwriter 2011
No Score Yet Buffalo Soldier Actor 1970
No Score Yet Cover Me Babe Screenwriter 1970
No Score Yet The Impossible Years Screenwriter 1968
No Score Yet Penelope Screenwriter 1966
No Score Yet The Honeymoon Machine Screenwriter 1961
No Score Yet The Horizontal Lieutenant Screenwriter 1961
88% Where the Boys Are Screenwriter 1960
No Score Yet Ask Any Girl Screenwriter 1959
No Score Yet The Gazebo Screenwriter 1959
80% Party Girl Screenwriter 1958
No Score Yet Don't Go Near the Water Screenwriter 1957
80% Designing Woman Screenwriter 1957
No Score Yet Jupiter's Darling Producer 1955
No Score Yet Dangerous When Wet Producer 1953
No Score Yet I Love Melvin Screenwriter Producer 1953
No Score Yet Everything I Have Is Yours Screenwriter Producer 1952
No Score Yet Lovely to Look At Screenwriter 1952
No Score Yet It's a Big Country Screenwriter 1951
No Score Yet Angels in the Outfield Screenwriter 1951
No Score Yet Excuse My Dust (Mr. Belden's Amazing Gasmobile) Screenwriter 1951
89% Show Boat Screenwriter 1951
No Score Yet The Toast of New Orleans Screenwriter 1950
No Score Yet Summer Stock Screenwriter 1950
No Score Yet Three Little Words Screenwriter 1950
93% Take Me Out to the Ball Game Screenwriter 1949
No Score Yet Merton of the Movies Screenwriter 1947
100% Till the Clouds Roll By Screenwriter 1947
No Score Yet The Hucksters Screenwriter 1947
No Score Yet The Show-Off Screenwriter 1946

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