Mary McCarthy (screenwriter)

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For other people with the same name, see Mary McCarthy.

Mary Eunice McCarthy was an American screenwriter.

She wrote or co-wrote the screenplays, or developed the stories for such films as Slightly Married (1932), Life Returns (1935), Theodora Goes Wild (1936), Irish Luck (1939), Chasing Trouble (1940), Sister Kenny (1946), Curley (1947), and The Petty Girl (1950), among others.[citation needed]

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