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Casey Robinson Net Worth

Casey Robinson Net Worth is
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Casey Robinson Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Casey Robinson was born on October 17, 1903 in Logan, Utah, USA as Kenneth Casey Robinson. He was a writer and producer, known for Now, Voyager (1942), Captain Blood (1935) and The Snows of Kilimanjaro (1952). He was married to Tamara Toumanova, Audray Dale and Joan Potts. He died on December 6, 1979 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
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Date Of BirthOctober 17, 1903
Died1979-12-06
Place Of BirthLogan, Utah, USA
Height6' (1.83 m)
ProfessionWriter, Producer, Director
SpouseTamara Toumanova
Star SignLibra
#Quote
1[on working for MGM]: I fell into the trap of going to Metro, because they offered me $5000 a week. Metro was a place where, if they wanted somebody, money was not an object. They paid more than any other studio for their stars, their directors, even for their writers. I shouldn't have done it. I knew better, because I have always said that Metro is the graveyard of writers. And so it proved to be.
2[on working for Warner Bros. in the 1930s]: A writer was expected to arrive at the studio at nine o'clock in the morning and leave at five o'clock. He was expected to restrict his outside calls to a minimum. They were monitored. Let's face it, you didn't say anything you didn't want heard. A writer was not permitted on the set without the written permission of Jack Warner. This was a regulation. A writer was never invited to see his rushes. He was never invited to a preview. If he wanted to see his own pictures on the screen, he paid his money and went and saw them.
#Fact
1He disliked working in collaboration, preferring to receive solo credit for his efforts. He preferred working for Warner Brothers, because he believed that Jack L. Warner was too tight-fisted to fork out extra money for re-writes, thus more of the original script would be featured on screen.
2Initially taught English at a high school in Brigham City, Utah, as well as entertaining a brief journalistic career as a reporter for the New York World. He started in Hollywood as a title writer in 1927 for $100 a week. Robinson was signed as full screenwriter by Paramount (1933-34) and then secured a ten-year contract with Warner Brothers in 1935. There, he worked on some of Betty Davis's and Errol Flynn's best films, including Captain Blood (1935), Dark Victory (1939) and Now, Voyager (1942). After leaving Warners, he had a spell at MGM, then joined 20th Century Fox (1949-54) as writer/producer.
3He was a graduate of Cornell University of 1924.

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Scobie Malone1975
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1966TV Series writer - 2 episodes
Duel at the Rio Grande1963screenplay / story
The Son of Captain Blood1962screenplay / story
This Earth Is Mine1959writer
Alfred Hitchcock Presents1958-1959TV Series teleplay - 2 episodes
TV de VanguardaTV Series 1 episode, 1957 screenplay - 1 episode, 1954
Lux Video Theatre1955-1957TV Series original screenplay - 3 episodes
Conflict1956TV Series teleplay - 1 episode
While the City Sleeps1956screenplay
A Bullet Is Waiting1954
The Egyptian1954screen play
The Snows of Kilimanjaro1952screenplay
Diplomatic Courier1952screen play
Follow the Sun1951contributing writer - uncredited
Two Flags West1950screenplay
Under My Skin1950screenplay
Father Was a Fullback1949screenplay
The Mating of Millie1948uncredited
Desire Me1947adaptation
The Macomber Affair1947
Adventure1945uncredited
Saratoga Trunk1945screenplay
The Corn Is Green1945
Days of Glory1944written for the screen by
Passage to Marseille1944screenplay
The Racket Man1944story
This Is the Army1943screenplay
Casablanca1942uncredited
Now, Voyager1942screenplay
The Pride of the Yankees1942uncredited
Kings Row1942screen play
One Foot in Heaven1941screen play
Million Dollar Baby1941screenplay
All This, and Heaven Too1940screen play
The Old Maid1939screen play
Dark Victory1939screen play
Yes, My Darling Daughter1939screen play
Four's a Crowd1938screenplay
Tovarich1937
It's Love I'm After1937screen play
Call It a Day1937screenplay
Stolen Holiday1937screen play
Give Me Your Heart1936screen play
Hearts Divided1936screen play
I Married a Doctor1936screenplay
Captain Blood1935screen play
I Found Stella Parish1935screen play
McFadden's Flats1935
Here Comes the Groom1934
She Made Her Bed1934scenario
Eight Girls in a Boat1934
Golden Harvest1933writer
I Love That Man1933writer
Song of the Eagle1933writer
Strictly Personal1933additional dialogue
Lucky Devils1933original story
Is My Face Red?1932screenplay
Singapore Sue1932Short written by
The Girl from Hong Kong1931Short titles
The Handy Guy1931Short
Masquerade1931Short
The Last Parade1931story
The Squealer1930continuity
Times Square1929titles - dialogue
Companionate Marriage1928titles
The River Woman1928titles
Do Your Duty1928titles
Waterfront1928titles
Out of the Ruins1928titles
United States Smith1928titles
The Hawk's Nest1928titles
The Chorus Kid1928titles
Mad Hour1928titles
Turn Back the Hours1928titles
Bare Knees1928titles
The Head of the Family1928titles
The Private Life of Helen of Troy1927titles
The Patent Leather Kid1927uncredited

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Scobie Malone1975producer
This Earth Is Mine1959producer
Diplomatic Courier1952producer
Two Flags West1950producer
Under My Skin1950producer
The Mating of Millie1948producer
The Macomber Affair1947producer
Days of Glory1944producer

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Renegades of the West1932
Singapore Sue1932Short
The Girl from Hong Kong1931Short
Roaming1931Short
A Lesson in Love1931Short
What Price Pants1931Short
Masquerade1931Short

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1966TV Series idea - 1 episode
The Sport Parade1932dialogue director - uncredited
The Head of the Family1928supervisor

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Stardust: The Bette Davis Story2006TV Movie documentaryHimself

Won Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
1968Laurel Award for Screen Writing AchievementWriters Guild of America, USA

Nominated Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
1936OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Writing, ScreenplayCaptain Blood (1935)

Known for movies


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