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Jane Murfin

Highest Rated: 100% Pride and Prejudice (1940)

Lowest Rated: 80% What Price Hollywood? (1932)

Birthday: Oct 27, 1892

Birthplace: Quincy, Michigan, USA

Successful playwright, some of whose stage writing was adapted to the screen (e.g., "Smilin' Through" in 1922, 1932 and 1941). Murfin worked consistently in Hollywood from the late teens. She scripted a number of "women's pictures" for John Cromwell at RKO in the early 1930s--the stand-out being "Spitfire" (1934)--and collaborated more prestigiously on several George Cukor films, most notably "What Price Hollywood?" (1932) and "The Women" (1939). Married to actor-director Donald Crisp from 1932 to 1944.

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Credit
100% 77% Pride and Prejudice Screenwriter - 1940
94% 88% The Women Screenwriter - 1939
91% 64% Come and Get It Screenwriter - 1936
86% 65% Roberta Screenwriter - 1935
94% 71% Alice Adams Screenwriter - 1935
No Score Yet 36% The Little Minister Screenwriter - 1934
No Score Yet 11% Our Betters Writer - 1933
No Score Yet 62% Double Harness Writer - 1933
No Score Yet No Score Yet After Tonight Screenwriter - 1933
No Score Yet 67% Way Back Home Screenwriter - 1932
80% 62% What Price Hollywood? Screenwriter - 1932
No Score Yet No Score Yet Runaway Bride Writer - 1930
No Score Yet No Score Yet Dance Hall Screenwriter - 1929
No Score Yet No Score Yet Half-Marriage Screenwriter - 1929
No Score Yet No Score Yet A Slave of Fashion Writer - 1925

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