Arthur F. Statter

Arthur F. Statter (1870 26 August 1937), was an English screenwriter of the silent era. He wrote for 53 films between 1916 and 1929. Prior to his screenwriting career, he was an Assistant Secretary of the Treasury during Theodore Roosevelt's administration.[1] He was born in Carlisle, England and died in California.

Arthur F. Statter
Carlisle, England
Died26 August 1937
California, United States
Years active1916-1929

Selected filmography


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