Harry Ruskin

American screenwriter and lyricist / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Harry Ruskin (1894–1969) was an American screenwriter and lyricist.[1] He worked for a variety of Hollywood studios over the course of several decades. For MGM he co-wrote several entries in the Andy Hardy and Dr. Kildare series. He wrote the lyrics for the 1929 hit song "I May Be Wrong (but I Think You're Wonderful)".[2] In a 2020 interview, former Golden-Age-of-Hollywood child actress Cora Sue Collins alleged, when she was 15 years-old, Ruskin, then 55 years-old, tried to force her to have sex with him in exchange for a good movie role{{cite web|url=https://www.yahoo.com/now/former-30s-child-star-cora-130059948.html. she refused and told Louis B. Mayer about what had happened, who was nonchalant and dismissive about it.[3]

Quick facts: Harry Ruskin, Born, Died, Occupation, Years&n...
Harry Ruskin
BornNovember 30, 1894
DiedNovember 16, 1969 (aged 74)
OccupationWriter
Years active1930–1958 (film)
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