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Harry Ruskin

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Arriving on the Hollywood scene when sound came in, American screenwriter Harry Ruskin's earliest known credit was the 1930 musical King of Jazz. After a sojourn at low-budget Grand National Pictures, where he co-scripted such films as Jimmy Cagney's Great Guy (1936), Ruskin signed with MGM, where he would remain until 1950. While associated with this studio, he wrote for such comic talents as Abbott and Costello and Red Skelton, and also contributed heavily to MGM's Andy Hardy and Dr. Kildare series. In 1950, he earned a producer's credit on the Skelton vehicle Watch the Birdie (1950). Harry Ruskin's final scriptwork was for Universal-International's Lady Godiva (1955).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Lady Godiva
  • Screenwriter
1955
No Score Yet Watch The Birdie
  • Producer
  • Screenwriter
1950
No Score Yet Tenth Avenue Angel
  • Screenwriter
1948
No Score Yet Julia Misbehaves
  • Screenwriter
1948
No Score Yet Love Laughs at Andy Hardy
  • Screenwriter
1946
95% The Postman Always Rings Twice
  • Screenwriter
1946
No Score Yet Lost in a Harem
  • Screenwriter
1944
No Score Yet Barbary Coast Gent
  • Screenwriter
1944
No Score Yet Great Guy
  • Screenwriter
1942
No Score Yet The People vs. Dr. Kildare (My Life Is Yours)
  • Screenwriter
1941
No Score Yet Andy Hardy's Private Secretary
  • Screenwriter
1941
No Score Yet Dr. Kildare's Crisis
  • Screenwriter
1940
No Score Yet Doctor Kildare Goes Home
  • Screenwriter
1940
No Score Yet Dr. Kildare's Strange Case
  • Screenwriter
1940
No Score Yet The Secret of Dr. Kildare
  • Screenwriter
1939
No Score Yet Calling Dr. Kildare
  • Screenwriter
1939
No Score Yet Miracles For Sale
  • Screenwriter
1939
No Score Yet Young Dr. Kildare
  • Screenwriter
1938
No Score Yet Beg, Borrow or Steal
  • Screenwriter
1937
No Score Yet The Glass Key
  • Screenwriter
1935
No Score Yet Rumba
  • Screenwriter
1935
No Score Yet Six of a Kind
  • Screenwriter
1934
No Score Yet The King of Jazz
  • Screenwriter
1930

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