Harry Kurnitz

Biography

Harry Kurnitz (January 5, 1908 – March 18, 1968) was an American playwright, novelist, and prolific screenwriter who wrote swashbucklers for Errol Flynn and comedies for Danny Kaye.

30 titles Writing

7.2

Witness for the Prosecution

1982 · Screenplay

7.6

How to Steal a Million

1966 · Screenplay

7.5

A Shot in the Dark

1964 · Theatre Play

6.3

Goodbye Charlie

1964 · Writer

7.2

Hatari!

1962 · Story

5.8

Surprise Package

1960 · Screenplay

6.3

Once More, with Feeling!

1960 · Story

8.4

Witness for the Prosecution

1957 · Screenplay

5.9

The Happy Road

1957 · Writer

6.7

Land of the Pharaohs

1955 · Writer

5.5

The Love Lottery

1954 · Screenplay

7.1

The Man Between

1953 · Screenplay

6.6

Tonight We Sing

1953 · Writer

6.6

Pretty Baby

1950 · Screenplay

6.6

My Dream Is Yours

1949 · Screenplay

6.8

The Inspector General

1949 · Screenplay

6.1

A Kiss in the Dark

1949 · Writer

7.0

Adventures of Don Juan

1948 · Screenplay

6.8

One Touch of Venus

1948 · Screenplay

7.2

The Web

1947 · Original Story

6.8

Something in the Wind

1947 · Screenplay

5.9

What Next, Corporal Hargrove?

1945 · Writer

7.4

The Thin Man Goes Home

1944 · Story

6.2

The Heavenly Body

1944 · Adaptation

6.4

See Here, Private Hargrove

1944 · Screenplay

6.8

They Got Me Covered

1943 · Screenplay

5.6

Pacific Rendezvous

1942 · Screenplay

7.3

Shadow of the Thin Man

1941 · Screenplay, Story

7.5

I Love You Again

1940 · Screenplay

6.2

Fast and Furious

1939 · Screenplay

6.3

Fast and Loose

1939 · Screenplay

6.7

Fast Company

1938 · Screenplay, Novel