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Allen Rivkin (1903- ) was a freelance magazine writer from 1925-1931 before working as a writer for motion pictures, television programs and plays. He was married to Laura Hornickel (who wrote under the pseudonym of Laura Kerr) in 1952 and together they wrote the book "Hello, Hollywood!" in 1962. From the description of Papers, 1925-1964. (University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center). WorldCat record id: 28819398 Allen Rivkin (1903-1990) was a freelance magazine writer f...
RKO can be traced to a Milwaukee nickelodeon (1909); after a series of mergers it became the nucleus of Mutual Film Corp.; in 1928, it emerged as Radio-Keith-Orpheum and was involved in production, distribution, and exhibition; the studio employed many of the top creative talents of the 1930s and 40s and was responsible for film classics such as Citizen Kane, Bringing up baby, Suspicion, Gay divorcee, and The magnificent Ambersons; additionally RKO was the distributor of many of Samuel Goldwyn, ...