Maurice Rapf


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Maurice Rapf
Maurice Rapf (May 19, 1914 " April 15, 2003) was a Jewish American screenwriter and professor of film studies. His work includes the screenplays for Song of the South, Winter Carnival, and So Dear to My Heart. He was a co-founder of the Screen Writers Guild. He was blacklisted in 1947 due to his association with the Communist Party. He later taught at Dartmouth College.

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