Eve Greene was an American screenwriter and TV writer active primarily during the 1930s through the 1950s.
|Born||May 21, 1906|
Chicago, Illinois, USA
|Died||July 15, 1997 91) (aged|
Laguna Hills, California, USA
|Resting place||Hollywood Forever Cemetery|
Greene grew up in Champaign, Illinois, and dreamed of being a Hollywood writer.
She attended the University of Illinois and then moved to Los Angeles, where she got a job as a secretary at MGM and was mentored by Charles Brabin. She'd later be promoted to script clerk. She credited Zelda Sears for helping her learn the ropes in the industry. At MGM, under Sears's tutelage, she wrote a few Marie Dressler vehicles before moving on to Paramount and then to freelance at various Hollywood studios.
Eve's sister, Babette Greene, was executive secretary of the Screen Writers Guild.
- Born to Kill (1947)
- The Queen of Spies (1942)
- Sweater Girl (1942)
- The Night of January 16th (1941)
- Little Accident (1939)
- Stolen Heaven (1938)
- Artists & Models (1937) (adaptation)
- When Love Is Young (1937)
- Her Husband Lies (1937)
- Yours for the Asking (1936)
- The Great Impersonation (1935)
- Storm Over the Andes (1935)
- Operator 13 (1934)
- This Side of Heaven (1934) (adaptation)
- You Can't Buy Everything (1934)
- Day of Reckoning (1933)
- Beauty for Sale (1933)
- Tugboat Annie (1933)
- Prosperity (1932)
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- "24 Aug 1936, Page 14 - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette at Newspapers.com". Newspapers.com. Retrieved 2018-12-27.