Gladys Lehman

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Gladys Lehman (January 24th, 1892 – April 7th, 1993) was an American screenwriter.

Lehman was born in Gates, Oregon as Gladys Collins. As a college student, she was initiated into Gamma Phi Beta sorority at the Xi chapter at the University of Idaho.

Lehman was one of the founders of the Screen Writers Guild in 1933. Under contract at Universal from 1926 to 1932, she followed that with free-lance work until the early 1950s. She was also one of the founding members of the Motion Picture Relief Fund.

As a screenwriter, she shared an Oscar nomination with Richard Connell for Best Original Screenplay for Two Girls and a Sailor in 1944.

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