In these diary entries written between January and December 1937, Hollywood screenwriter Charles Brackett lists his activities: attending a conference at Ernst Lubitsch's home to discuss the script for Bluebeard's Eighth Wife; having dinner at Frank Partos's house with Billy Wilder and screenwriter Irwin Gelsey; having a conference with William LeBaron; going to a Screen Writers Guild meeting at Lillian Hellman's house; having luncheon with Robert Montgomery, Harry Rapf, and George Fitzmaurice; working on the script French without Tears at the studio; recieving new assignment from Arthur Hornblow for Midnight; and asking Hornblow for a conference regarding the story Brackett and Wilder were working on.
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