Extractions: Ella Winter (1939-1980) Donald Ogden Stewart (November 30, 1894 - August 2, 1980) was an American author and screenwriter. His hometown was Columbus, Ohio . He graduated from Yale University , where he became a brother to the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity (Phi chapter), in 1916 and was in the Naval Reserves in World War I After the war he started to write and found success with A Parody Outline of History , a satire of The Outline of History (1920) by H. G. Wells . This led him to becoming a member of the Algonquin Round Table . Around that time a friend of his got him interested in theater and he became a noted playwright on Broadway in the 1920s. He was friends with Dorothy Parker Robert Benchley George S. Kaufman , and Ernest Hemingway (he was the model for Bill Gorton in Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises ). In 1924, he wrote
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Extractions: Britannica CD Index Articles Dictionary Help (b. Nov. 30, 1894, Columbus, Ohio, U.S.d. Aug. 2, 1980, London), American humorist, actor, playwright, and screenwriter who won a 1940 Academy Award for his screenplay adaptation of The Philadelphia Story. After graduation from Yale University (1916) Stewart served as chief quartermaster in the U.S. Naval Reserve Force during World War I and worked briefly in private business before taking up humorous writing in 1921. His A Parody Outline of History Holiday and subsequently wrote his first play, Rebound, in which he also appeared (1930). It was, however, as a screenwriter, usually of adaptations of plays or novels, that Stewart achieved his most enduring success; his screenplays were notable for witty dialogue and for their fidelity to the original work. In addition to The Philadelphia Story, he either wrote or collaborated on The Barretts of Wimpole Street Holiday That Uncertain Feeling Life with Father (1947), and Cass Timberlaine (1947), among others. Politically an outspoken socialist, he served as president of the Hollywood Anti-Nazi League and the left-wing League of American Writers. He fell victim to the anticommunist mania of the 1950s and was one of many Hollywood figures to be blacklisted. Thereafter, he retired to England. His autobiography
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Extractions: Powered by JRank Film Reference Writers and Production Artists Sh-Sy Writer. Nationality: American. Born: Columbus, Ohio, 30 November 1894. Education: Attended Phillips Exeter Academy, New Hampshire; Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, B.A. 1916. Military Service: Served in the United States Navy during World War I. Family: Married 1) Beatrice Ames, 1926 (divorced 1938); children: one daughter and one son; 2) Ella Winter, 1939. Career: Vanity Fair Brown of Harvard Rebound Award: Academy Award for The Philadelphia Story Died: In London, 2 August 1980. Donald Ogden Stewart (Franklin) The White Sister (Fleming); Another Language (E. Griffith);
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Extractions: Mr. H. G. Wells, in his "Outline of History," was of necessity forced to omit the narration of many of the chief events in the history of these United States. Such omissions I have in this brief volume endeavored to supply. And as American history can possibly best be written by Americans and as we have among us no H. G. Wells, I have imagined an American history as written conjointly by a group of our most characteristic literary figures.
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