William Morrow (screenwriter)

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William Morrow (August 16, 1907– February 5, 1971) was a comedic screenwriter who wrote scripts for the Jack Benny films Love Thy Neighbor (1940) and Buck Benny Rides Again (1940), the star vehicle Tales of Manhattan (1942), the Hope and Crosby farce Road to Bali (1952), and the The Bing Crosby Show (1959). Morrow also acted in an uncredited role in the 1934 film Picture Palace.[1]He also worked with Crosby on radio, where he wrote scripts, skits and comedy routines for The Kraft Music Hall.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ IMDB database
  2. ^ [1] Website devoted to chronology of Bing Crosby's career, with references to Morrow, among many other people with whom Crosby worked.