Elwood Ullman was a screenwriter best known for his work on The Three Stooges comedy features. The collection consists of
various drafts of motion picture, television, and radio scripts, story ideas and outlines, treatments, publicity, and correspondence.
Elwood Ullman was born in Memphis, Tennessee ca. 1903. After graduating from the University of Washington, Ullman worked as
a reporter for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. In the late 1920s, he moved to Hollywood, CA to start a screen writing career
working for both Columbia and RKO studios. His writing credits include drama and comedy, but he is best known for the more
Three Stooges comedy features he wrote. In addition to his screenwriting, Ullman wrote short stories and articles for such publications
Saturday Evening Post and
Esquire. Ullman died October 11, 1985 in Los Angeles, CA.
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