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Richard Flournoy

Highest Rated:   94% The More the Merrier (1943)
Lowest Rated:   94% The More the Merrier (1943)
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American screenwriter Richard Flournoy was typed as a comedy specialist from his first Hollywood efforts, Hal Roach's Pick a Star, onward. Signed by Columbia in 1938, Flournoy worked on the first eight "Blondie" pictures, and also helped fashion Go West Young Lady (1941), a rare non-"Blondie" assignment for actress Penny Singleton. Promoted to "A" pictures in 1942, Flournoy went on to win an Academy Award nomination for his contributions to George Stevens' The More the Merrier. Leaving Hollywood in 1945 to pursue non-film projects, Richard Flournoy returned to Tinseltown in 1953 to co-write the old-fashioned RKO romantic comedy She Couldn't Say No.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet She Couldn't Say No
  • Screenwriter
1954
No Score Yet Affair With a Stranger
  • Screenwriter
1953
No Score Yet Dangerous Blondes
  • Screenwriter
1943
94% The More the Merrier
  • Screenwriter
1943
No Score Yet A Night to Remember
  • Screenwriter
1942
No Score Yet Blondie's Blessed Event
  • Screenwriter
1942
No Score Yet Bedtime Story
  • Screenwriter
1941
No Score Yet Go West, Young Lady
  • Screenwriter
1941
No Score Yet Blondie Goes Latin
  • Screenwriter
1941
No Score Yet Blondie Plays Cupid
  • Screenwriter
1940
No Score Yet Blondie Has Servant Trouble
  • Screenwriter
1940
No Score Yet Blondie on a Budget
  • Screenwriter
1940
No Score Yet Blondie
  • Screenwriter
1939
No Score Yet Blondie Takes a Vacation
  • Screenwriter
1939
No Score Yet Blondie Meets the Boss
  • Screenwriter
1939
No Score Yet Wide Open Faces
  • Screenwriter
1938
No Score Yet Fit for a King
  • Screenwriter
1937
No Score Yet Riding on Air
  • Screenwriter
1937
No Score Yet Pick a Star
  • Screenwriter
1937
No Score Yet General Spanky
  • Screenwriter
1936
No Score Yet Mister Cinderella
  • Screenwriter
1936

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