Charles Grayson (writer)

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Charles Grayson
Born August 15, 1903
Los Angeles, California
United States
Died May 4, 1973
Los Angeles, California
United States
Occupation Screenwriter
Years active 1936 - 1958

Charles Grayson (1903–1973) was an American screenwriter. He worked on around forty films between 1936 and 1958. He worked under contract for Warner Brothers for a number of years. Although uncredited in the film final, along with Robert Buckner he was instrumental in reviving the operetta film The Desert Song (1943) by proposing an updated version of an old studio hit.[1]

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  1. ^ Dick p.23


  • Dick, Bernard F. The Star-spangled Screen: The American World War II Film. University Press of Kentucky, 1996.

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