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Harry Ruskin Biography

  • Profession: Screenwriter
  • Born: Jan 1, 0001
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Arriving on the Hollywood scene when sound came in, American screenwriter Harry Ruskin's earliest known credit was the 1930 musical [[Feature~V27429~King of Jazz~kingofjazz]]. After a sojourn at low-budget Grand National Pictures, where he co-scripted such films as [[Performer~P10165~Jimmy Cagney~jamescagney]]'s [[Feature~V20679~Great Guy~greatguy]] (1936), Ruskin signed with MGM, where he would remain until 1950. While associated with this studio, he wrote for such comic talents as [[Performer~P69~Abbott~budabbott]] and [[Performer~P15240~Costello~loucostello]] and [[Performer~P66086~Red Skelton~redskelton]], and also contributed heavily to MGM's Andy Hardy and Dr. Kildare series. In 1950, he earned a producer's credit on the [[Performer~P66086~Skelton~redskelton]] vehicle [[Feature~V53535~Watch the Birdie~watchthebirdie]] (1950). Harry Ruskin's final scriptwork was for Universal-International's [[Feature~V98486~Lady Godiva~ladygodiva]] (1955). ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

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