Howard J. Green

A founder of the Screen Writers Guild, Howard J. Green wrote or co-wrote numerous films, including the silent comedy Life of Riley (1927), I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang (1932)... FULL BIO

Alfred A. Cohn

Multi-faceted Alfred A. Cohn wrote dozens of silent and talking films from 1918 to 1934, including Jazzmania (1923), Legend of Hollywood (1924), starring Zasu Pitts, The Jazz Singer (1927), A Holy Terror (1931) with Humphrey Bogart... FULL BIO

Grant Carpenter

Grant Carpenter was active in the silent era between 1915 and 1925. He wrote Shattered Memories (1915), A Child of the Paris Streets (1916), The Woman Gives (1920), starring Norma Talmadge, The Gold Diggers (1923), How to Educate a Wife (1924) with Marie Provost... FULL BIO

E. Percy Heath

Screenwriter and associate producer Eugene Percy Heath’s credits include Two Flaming Youths (1927), Half a Bride (1928), and Three Weekends (1928). He was best known for his adaptation of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931)... FULL BIO

Rupert Hughes

Co-founder of The Writers, a precursor to the Screen Writers Guild, Rupert Hughes led multiple careers and shared screen credits for the Oscar-nominated The Patent Leather Kid (1927)... FULL BIO