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|Birth date:||November 6, 1900, Canton, Ohio, United States|
|Death date:||May 6, 1963, Costa Mesa, California, United States|
|Birth place:||Akron, Ohio, USA|
|Height:||6' (1.83 m)|
|Profession:||Writer, Director, Miscellaneous Crew|
|Spouse:||Karen van Ryan (m. 1942–1963)|
|Children:||Daphne Browne, Craig Brown, Steven Brown, Rowland C.W. Brown, Megan Brown|
|Books:||Managing Staffing Reductions|
|1||Studied at the University of Detroit and the Detroit School of Fine Arts.|
|2||Temperamental screenwriter and occasional director of the 1930s. Moved to Hollywood in the mid-'20s, finding work as a prop boy on the Universal lot. By 1926 he was working as a gagman for 'Reginald Denny'. He wrote several moderately successful gangster movies in the early 1930s, their "authentic feel" rumored to have been enhanced by his having been a bootlegger with mob ties during Prohibition. Career stalled after being fired, first from directing The Scarlet Pimpernel (1934) by Alexander Korda, then by David O. Selznick from A Star Is Born (1937). Little heard of after 1940.|
|Climax!||1957||TV Series story - 1 episode|
|Damon Runyon Theater||1955||TV Series original story - 1 episode|
|Kansas City Confidential||1952||story|
|The Nevadan||1950||additional dialogue|
|Johnny Apollo||1940||screen play|
|The Lady's from Kentucky||1939||story|
|Angels with Dirty Faces||1938||from a story by|
|Boy of the Streets||1937||original story|
|Navy Blue and Gold||1937||uncredited|
|The Devil Is a Sissy||1936||story|
|The Robin Hood of El Dorado||1936||uncredited|
|Leave It to Blanche||1934|
|What Happened to Harkness?||1934||story|
|Blood Money||1933||written by|
|What Price Hollywood?||1932||by|
|Quick Millions||1931||screenplay / story|
|The Doorway to Hell||1930||story "A Handful of Clouds"|
|The Devil Is a Sissy||1936||uncredited|
|The Robin Hood of El Dorado||1936||treatment - uncredited|
|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|1939||Oscar||Academy Awards, USA||Best Writing, Original Story||Angels with Dirty Faces (1938)|
|1931||Oscar||Academy Awards, USA||Best Writing, Original Story||The Doorway to Hell (1930)|
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1897-11-6 1900 1963 6' (1.83 m) Akron Angels with Dirty Faces (1938) California Canton Chauncey Rowland Brown Costa Mesa Craig Brown Daphne Browne Director Kansas City Confidential (1952) Karen van Ryan Managing Staffing Reductions May 6 Megan Brown Miscellaneous Crew November 6 Ohio Quick Millions (1931) Rowland Brown Net Worth Rowland C.W. Brown Scorpio Steven Brown Under Review United States USA What Price Hollywood? (1932) Writer