Corrected Blacklist Credits (as of 7/17/00)

-- first company listed is the original owner/ second is current owner
-- * denotes company notified of correction
-- ** denotes ownership yet to be confirmed


ADVENTURES OF ROBINSON CRUSOE
(Ultramar Films)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Philip Ansell Roll and Luis Bunuel.
(1952)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Hugo Butler and Luis Bunuel.
(04/01/97)

ALL NIGHT LONG (Rank Films)

Original Credit: Written by Nel King and Peter Achilles.
(1961)

Corrected Credit: Written by Nel King and Paul Jarrico.
(07/27/98)

AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER (FOX)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Delmer Daves and Leo McCarey. Story by Leo McCarey and Mildred Cram.
(1957)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Delmer Daves and Donald Ogden Stewart and Leo McCarey. Story by Leo McCarey and Mildred Cram.
(09/29/97)

AUTUMN LEAVES (Columbia)

Original Credit: Written by Jack Jevne and Lewis Meltzer and Robert Blees.
(1955)

Corrected Credit: Written by Jean Rouverol & Hugo Butler and Lewis Meltzer and Robert Blees.
(04/01/97)

THE BIG NIGHT (United Artists)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Joseph Losey and Stanley Ellin. Based on the Novel by Stanley Ellin.
(1951)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Joseph Losey and Stanley Ellin and Hugo Butler and Ring Lardner, Jr.
(7/17/00)

BOOTS MALONE (Columbia)

Original Credit: Written by Milton Holmes.
(1952)

Corrected Credit: Written by Milton Holmes & Harold Buchman.
(09/29/97)

BORN FREE (Columbia)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Gerald L.C. Copley.
(1966)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Lester Cole.
(04/01/97)

BORN FOR TROUBLE (Mid-Ocean)

Original Credit: Written by Doreen Montgomery and Derek Frye.
(1955)

Corrected Credit: Written by Doreen Montgomery and Carl Foreman.
(7/17/00)

THE BOSS (United Artists)

Original Credit: Written by Ben L. Perry.
(1956)

Corrected Credit: Written by Dalton Trumbo.
(7/17/00)

THE BRAVE ONE (RKO)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Harry Franklin and Merrill G. White. Story by Robert Rich.
(1956)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Dalton Trumbo and Harry S. Franklin and Merrill G. White. Based on an Original Story by Dalton Trumbo.
(2/24/92)

THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI (Horizon Entertainment)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Pierre Boulle. Based on the Novel by Pierre Boulle.
(1957)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Carl Foreman and Michael Wilson. Based on the Novel by Pierre Boulle.
(10/22/86)

BROKEN ARROW (FOX)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Michael Blankfort. Based on the Novel "Blood Brother" by Elliott Arnold.
(1950)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Albert Maltz. Based on the Novel "Blood Brother" by Elliott Arnold.
(7/1/91)

CAIRO (MGM/Turner/WB)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Joanne Court.
(1963)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Joan Scott.
(09/29/97)

CAPTAIN SINBAD (MGM/Turner/WB)

Original Credit: Written by Samuel B. West and Harry Relis.
(1963)

Corrected Credit: Written by Ian McLellen Hunter and Guy Endore.
(09/29/97)

THE CARELESS YEARS (MGM)

Original Credit: Written by Edward Lewis.
(1957)

Corrected Credit: Written by John Howard Lawson & Mitch Lindemann.
(07/27/98)

THE CASE AGAINST BROOKLYN (Morningside Films/Columbia)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Raymond T. Marcus. Screen Story by Daniel B. Ullman. Based on "I Broke the Brooklyn Graft Scandal" by Ed Reid.
(1958)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Bernard Gordon & Julian Zimet. Screen story by Daniel B. Ullman. Based on "I Broke the Brooklyn Graft Scandal" by Ed Reid.
(09/29/97)

C'EST ARRIVE A PARIS (aka IT HAPPENED IN PARIS ) (Company Unknown)

Original Credit: Written by S.B. Levenson
(1953)

Corrected Credit: Written by Ben Barzman
(7/17/00)

CHAIN LIGHTNING (WB/Turner/WB)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Liam O'Brian and Vincent Evans. Story by J. Redmond Prior.
(1950)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Liam O'Brian and Vincent Evans. Story by Lester Cole.
(09/29/97)

CHICAGO CONFIDENTIAL (United Artists)

Original Credit: Screenplay and Screen Story by Raymond T. Marcus. Based on the book by Jack Lait and Lee Mortimer.
(1957)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Bernard Gordon. From a Story by Hugh King. Suggested by the book by Jack Lait and Lee Mortimer.
(09/29/97)

CIRCUS WORLD (Paramount)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Ben Hecht and Julian Halevy and James Edward Grant. Story by Philip Yordan and Nicholas Ray.
(1964)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Ben Hecht and Julian Zimet and James Edward Grant. Story by Philip Yordan and Nicholas Ray.
(04/01/97)

CONSPIRACY OF HEARTS (Paramount)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Robert Presnell. Story by Dale Pitt.
(1960)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Robert Presnell. Story by Adrian Scott.
(04/01/97)

COWBOY (Columbia)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Edmond H. North. Based on “My Reminiscences as a Cowboy”, the non-fiction by Frank Harris.
(1958)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Dalton Trumbo and Edmond H. North. Based
on “My Reminiscences as a Cowboy”, the non-fiction by Frank Harris.
(7/17/00)

CRACK IN THE WORLD (Paramount)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Jon Manchip White and Julian Halevy. Story by Jon Manchip White.
(1965)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Jon Manchip White and Julian Zimet. Story by Jon Manchip White.
(04/01/97)

CRY, THE BELOVED COUNTRY (Canal Plus)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Alan Paton. Based on his Novel.
(1952)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Alan Paton and John Howard Lawson. Based on the Novel by Alan Paton.
(09/29/97)

CUSTER OF THE WEST (Security Pictures/ Cinerama)

Original Credit: Written by Bernard Gordon and Julian Halevy.
(1968)

Corrected Credit: Written by Bernard Gordon and Julian Zimet.
(04/01/97)

THE DAY OF THE TRIFFIDS (Allied Artists/Michael Preger Prods) *

Original Credit: Screenplay by Philip Yordan. Based on the Novel by John Wyndham.
(1963)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Bernard Gordon. Based on the Novel by John Wyndham.
(07/96)

DEADLY IS THE FEMALE (aka GUN CRAZY) (MGM/United Artists)

Original Credit: Screenplay by MacKinlay Kantor and Millard Kaufman. From the Saturday Evening Post Story "Gun Crazy" by MacKinlay Kantor.
(1950)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by MacKinlay Kantor and Dalton Trumbo. From the Saturday Evening Post Story "Gun Crazy" by MacKinlay Kantor.
(2/24/92)

THE DEFIANT ONES (MGM/United Artists) *

Original Credit: Written by Nathan E. Douglas and Harold Jacob Smith.
(1958)

Corrected Credit: Written by Nedrick Young and Harold Jacob Smith.
(2/24/92)

THE DETECTIVE (aka FATHER BROWN) (Columbia)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Thelma Schnee and Robert Hamer. Adapted by Thelma Schnee. Based on the 'Father Brown' stories by G.K. Chesterton.
(1954)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Thelma Schnee & Maurice Rapf and Robert Hamer. Adapted by Thelma Schnee. Based on the 'Father Brown' stories by G.K. Chesterton.
(07/27/98)

EARTH VS. THE FLYING SAUCERS (Columbia)

Original Credit: Screenplay by George Worthing Yates and Raymond T. Marcus. Screen Story by Curt Siodmak. Based on "Flying Saucers from Outer Space" by Major Donald E. Keyhoe.

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by George Worthing Yates and Bernard Gordon. Screen Story by Curt Siodmak. Based on "Flying Saucers from Outer Space" by Major Donald E. Keyhoe.
(4/01/97)

EL CID (Allied Artists) **

Original Credit: Screenplay by Philip Yordan and Frederic M. Frank. Story by Frederic M. Frank.
(1961)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Philip Yordan and Frederic M. Frank and Ben Barzman. Story by Frederic M. Frank.
(02/17/99)

ESCAPADE (Pinnacle) **

Original Credit: Screenplay by Gilbert Holland. Based on Roger MacDougall's play.
(1955)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Donald Ogden Stewart. Based on Roger MacDougall's play.
(09/29/97)

ESCAPE FROM SAN QUENTIN (Columbia) **

Original Credit: Written by Raymond T. Marcus.
(1957)

Corrected Credit: Written by Bernard Gordon.
(04/01/97)

FIVE BRANDED WOMEN (aka JOVANKA E LE ALTRE) (Paramount)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Ivo Perilli. Based on a novel by Ugo Pirro.
(1960)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Michael Wilson & Paul Jarrico and Ivo Perilli. Based on the novel by Ugo Pirro.
(07/27/98)

FRIENDLY PERSUASION (Allied Artists/WB) *

Original Credit: No on-screen writing credits.
(1956)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Michael Wilson. Based on the Novel by Jessamyn West.
(7/96)

THE GIANT BEHEMOTH (aka BEHEMOTH, THE SEA MONSTER) (Allied Artists/WB)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Eugene Lourie. Story by Robert Abel & Allen Adler.
(1958)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Eugene Lourie & Daniel James. Story by Robert Abel & Allen Adler.
(07/27/98)

G.I. JANE (Lippert/Weiss Global Ent.)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Jan Jeffries. Story by Murray Lerner.
(1951)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Henry Blankfort. Story by Murray Lerner.
(07/27/98)

THE GIRL MOST LIKELY (RKO/WB) **

Original Credit: Written by Devery Freeman.
(1957)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Paul Jarrico and Devery Freeman. Story by Paul Jarrico.
(07/27/98)

GO MAN GO (Alfred Palka Estate) **

Original Credit: Written by Arnold Becker.
(1953)

Corrected Credit: Written by Alfred Palca.
(09/29/97)

GORGO (Toho) **

Original Credit: Screenplay and Screen Story by John Loring and Danial Hyatt.
(1960)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay and Screen Story by Robert L. Richards and Daniel James.
(09/29/97)

THE GREEN-EYED BLONDE (Republic)

Original Credit: Written by Sally Stubblefield
(1958)

Corrected Credit Written by Dalton Trumbo
(7/17/00)

A HATFUL OF RAIN (Talent Assoc./FOX)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Michael Vincent Gazzo and Alfred Hayes. Based on a play by Michael Vincent Gazzo.
(1957)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Michael Vincent Gazzo and Alfred Hayes and Carl Foreman. Based on a play by Michael Vincent Gazzo.
(07/27/98)

HE RAN ALL THE WAY (United Artists)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Guy Endore. Based on the Novel by Sam Ross.
(1951)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Dalton Trumbo and Hugo Butler. Based on the Novel by Sam Ross.
(7/17/00)

HELLCATS OF THE NAVY (Columbia)

Original Credit: Screenplay by David Lang and Raymond T. Marcus. Screen Story by David Lang. Based on "Hellcats of the Sea", a book by Charles A. Lockwood and Hans Christian.
(1957)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by David Lang and Bernard Gordon. Screen story by David Lang. Based on "Hellcats of the Sea", a book by Charles A. Lockwood and Hans Christian.
(04/01/97)

THE HIGHWAY MAN (Allied Artists/Republic)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Jan Jeffries. Screen story by Jack DeWitt and Renault Duncan. Based on the poem by Alfred Noyes.
(1951)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Henry Blankfort. Screen story by Jack DeWitt and Renault Duncan. Based on the poem by Alfred Noyes.
(07/27/98)

THE HORROR EXPRESS (Yordan)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Arnaud d'Usseau and Julian Halevy.
(1972)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Arnaud d'Usseau and Julian Zimet.
(09/29/97)

THE INDIAN FIGHTER (United Artists/MGM)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Frank Davis and Ben Hecht. From an original story by Ben Kadish.
(1955)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Frank Davis and Ben Hecht. From an original story by Robert L. Richards.
(07/27/98)

INHERIT THE WIND (Stanley Kramer Productions/United Artists)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Nathan E. Douglas and Harold Jacob Smith. Based on the play by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee.
(1960)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Nedrick Young and Harold Jacob Smith. Based on the play by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee.
(04/01/97)

THE INTIMATE STRANGER (aka FINGER OF GUILT, aka WITH ALL MY HEART) (WB)

Original Credit: Written by Peter Howard.
(1956)

Corrected Credit: Written by Howard Koch.
(07/27/98)

IVANHOE (MGM/Turner/WB)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Noel Langley. Adaptation by Aeneas MacKenzie. Based on the Novel by Sir Walter Scott.
(1952)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Marguerite Roberts and Noel Langley. Adaptation by Aeneas MacKenzie. Based on the Novel by Sir Walter Scott.
(09/29/97)

JOE PALOOKA IN THE SQUARED CIRCLE (Monogram Pictures/WB)*

Original Credit: Screenplay by Jan Jeffrey. Screen story by B.F. Melzer. Based on a Character Created by Ham Fisher.
(1950)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Henry Blankfort. Screen story by B.F. Melzer. Based on a Character Created by Ham Fisher.
(07/27/98)

JOE PALOOKA IN TRIPLE CROSS (Monogram Pictures/WB)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Jan Jeffries. Screen Story by Harold Bancroft. Based on a Character Created by Ham Fisher.
(1951)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay and Screen Story by Henry Blankfort. Based on a Character Created by Ham Fisher.
(09/29/97)

KENNER (aka YEAR OF THE CRICKET) (United Artists/WB)

Original Credit: Screenplay by John Loring and Harold Clemins. Story by Mary P. Murray.
(1969)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Robert L. Richards and Harold Clemins. Story by Mary P. Murray.
(07/27/98)

THE LAS VEGAS STORY (RKO/WB)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Harry Essex and Earl Felton. Story by Jay Dratler.
(1951)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Paul Jarrico and Harry Essex and Earl Felton. Story by Jay Dratler.
(07/27/98)

THE LAW VS. BILLY THE KID (Columbia)

Original Credit: Screenplay and Screen Story by John T. Williams.
(1954)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay and Screen Story by Bernard Gordon. Based on a Play by Janet & Phillip Stevenson.
(09/29/97)

LAWRENCE OF ARABIA (WGGB) *

Original Credit: Screenplay by Robert Bolt. Based on the Life and Writings of Col. T.E. Lawrence.
(1962)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Robert Bolt and Michael Wilson. Based on the Life and Writings of Col. T.E. Lawrence.
(8/2/95)

LITTLE GIANTS (Producciones Olmeca)

Original Credit: Written for the Screen by Hugo Mozo and Eduardo Bueno.
(1958)

Corrected Credit: Written for the Screen by Hugo Butler and Edward Huebsch.
(04/01/97)

LUXURY GIRLS (United Artists) **

Original Credit: Written by Ennio Flaiano.
(1953)

Corrected Credit: Written by Norma Barzman.
(02/17/99)

THE MAGNIFICENT REBEL (Walt Disney) **

Original Credit: Written by Joanne Court.
(1960)

Corrected Credit: Written by Joan Scott.
(02/17/99)

MALAGA (aka MOMENT OF DANGER) (WB) **

Original Credit: Screenplay by David Osborn. Based on 'The Scent of Danger', a novel by Donald MacKenzie.
(1962)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by David Osborn and Donald Ogden Stewart. Based on 'The Scent of Danger', a novel by Donald MacKenzie.
(07/27/98)

THE MAN WHO TURNED TO STONE (Columbia)

Original Credit: Written by Raymond T. Marcus.
(1957)

Corrected Credit: Written by Bernard Gordon.
(04/01/97)

THE MAN WHO WATCHED TRAINS GO BY (Raymond Stross UK)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Harold French. Based on the Novel by Georges Simenon.
(1952)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Paul Jarrico and Harold French. Based on the Novel by Georges Simenon
(7/17/00)

THE MASTER PLAN (Grand National)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Hugh Raker. From a story by Harold Bratt
(1954)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Cyril Endfield. From a story by Harold Bratt
(7/17/00)

A MATTER OF WHO (Herts-Lion/WB)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Milton Holmes. Adapted by Patricia Lee. Based on a nonfiction magazine story by Patricia Lee and Paul Dickinson.
(1962)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Milton Holmes & Harold Buchman. Adapted by Patricia Lee. Based on a nonfiction magazine story by Patricia Lee and Paul Dickinson.
(07/27/98)

THE MIRACLE (WB)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Frank Butler. Based on the play by Karl Vollmoeller as produced on the stage by Max Reinhardt.
(1959)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Frank Butler & Jean Rouverol. Based on the play by Karl Vollmoeller as produced on the stage by Max Reinhardt.
(07/27/98)

THE MISADVENTURES OF MERLIN JONES (Buena Vista)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Tom and Helen August. Screen Story by Bill Walsh.
(1964)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Alfred Lewis Levitt & Helen Levitt. Screen Story by Bill Walsh.
(04/01/97)

THE MONKEY'S UNCLE (Buena Vista)

Original Credit: Written by Tom and Helen August.
(1965)

Corrected Credit: Written by Alfred Lewis Levitt & Helen Levitt.
(04/01/97)

THE NAKED DAWN (Universal/PD)

Original Credit: Written by Nina & Herman Schneider.
(1955)

Corrected Credit: Written by Julian Zimet.
(09/29/97)

THE NAKED EARTH (FOX)

Original Credit: Written by Milton Holmes.
(1958)

Corrected Credit: Written by Milton Holmes & Harold Buchman.
(09/29/97)

ODDS AGAINST TOMORROW (MGM/United Artists) *

Original Credit: Screenplay by John O. Killens and Nelson Gidding.
(1958) Based on the Novel by William P. McGivern.

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Abraham Polonsky and Nelson Gidding. Based on the Novel by William P. McGivern.
(7/96)

OPERATION EICHMANN (Allied Artists/WB)

Original Credit: Written by Lewis Copley.
(1961)

Corrected Credit: Written by Lester Cole.
(09/29/97)

PANCHO VILLA (Scotia International)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Julian Halevy. Story by Gene Martin.
(1971)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Julian Zimet. Story by Gene Martin.
(04/01/97)

PASSAGE WEST (Paramount)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Lewis R. Foster. Story by Nedrick Young.
(1951)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Lewis R. Foster. Story by Alvah Bessie.
(09/29/97)

A PLACE FOR LOVERS (Carlo Ponti, Arthur Cohn/MGM)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Julian Halevy & Peter Baldwin and Ennio de Concini and Tonino Guerra & Cesare Zavattini. Story by Brunello Rondi.
(1969)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Julian Zimet & Peter Baldwin and Ennio de Concini and Tonino Guerra & Cesare Zavattini. Story by Brunello Rondi.
(04/01/97)

THE PRISONER OF ZENDA (MGM) **

Original Credit: Screenplay by John L. Balderston and Noel Langley. Adaptation by Wells Root from the Novel by Anthony Hope and the dramatization by Edward Rose.
(1952)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by John L. Balderston and Noel Langley. Adaptation by Wells Root from the Novel by Anthony Hope and the dramatization by Edward Rose. Additional dialogue by Donald Ogden Stewart.
(02/17/99)

THE PROWLER (aka The Cost of Living) (Universal)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Hugo Butler. Story by Robert Thoeren and Hans Wilhelm.
(1951)

Corrected Credit: Dalton Trumbo and Hugo Butler. Story by Robert Thoeren and Hans Wilhelm.
(7/17/00)

PSYCHE 59 (Columbia)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Julian Halevy. Based on the novel by Francoise des Ligneris.
(1965)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Julian Zimet. Based on the novel by Francoise des Ligneris.
(04/01/97)

REVOLT IN THE BIG HOUSE (Allied Artists/WB)

Original Credit: Written by Daniel Hyatt and Eugene Lourie.
(1952)

Corrected Credit: Written by Daniel James and Eugene Lourie.
(07/27/98)

THE ROBE (FOX)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Philip Dunne. Adaptation by Gina Kaus. Based on the novel by Lloyd C. Douglas.
(1953)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Albert Maltz and Philip Dunne. Adaptation by Gina Kaus. Based on the novel by Lloyd C. Douglas.
(04/01/97)

ROMAN HOLIDAY (Paramount)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Ian McLellan Hunter and John Dighton. Story by Ian McLellan Hunter
(1952)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Ian McLellan Hunter and John Dighton. Story by Dalton Trumbo.
(1991)

RUTHLESS (Eagle Lyon/Arthur S. Lyon) **

Original Credit: Screenplay by S.K. Lauren and Gordon Kahn. Based on the novel “Prelude to Night” by Dayton Stoddart.
(1948)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Alvah Bessie and S.K. Lauren and Gordon Kahn. Based on the novel “Prelude to Night” by Dayton Stoddart.
(02/17/99)

SHARK RIVER (United Artists/Peter Rodgers)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Joseph Carpenter and Lewis Meltzer. Story by John Rawlins.
(1954)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Louis Lantz and Lewis Meltzer. Story by John Rawlins.
(09/29/97)

THE SHERIFF OF FRACTURED JAW (FOX)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Arthur Dales. Based on the Short Story by Jacob Hay.
(1958)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Howard Dimsdale. Based on the Short Story by Jacob Hay.
(09/29/97)

SHORT CUT TO HELL (Paramount)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Ted Berkman & Raphael Blau. Based on "This Gun For Hire", 1942 Screenplay by W.R. Burnett. Based on the Novel by Graham Greene.
(1957)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Ted Berkman & Raphael Blau. Based on "This Gun For Hire", 1942 Screenplay by Albert Maltz and W.R. Burnett. Based on the Novel by Graham Greene.
(09/29/97)

THE SLEEPING TIGER (Insignia Films/Astor Pictures/Canal Plus)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Derek Frye. Based on the Novel by Maurice Moiseiwitsch.
(1955)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Harold Buchman and Carl Foreman. Based on the Novel by Maurice Moiseiwitsch.
(09/29/97)

STRANGER ON THE PROWL (United Artists)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Andrea Forzano from a story by Noel Calef
(1952)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Ben Barzman from a story by Noel Calef
(7/17/00)

TERROR IN A TEXAS TOWN (United Artists)

Original Credit: Written by Ben L. Perry
(1958)

Corrected Credit: Written by Dalton Trumbo
(7/17/00)

TORERO (Producciones Olmeca)

Original Credit: Adapted for film by Hugo Mozo and Carlos Velo.
(1956)

Corrected Credit: Adapted for film by Hugo Butler and Carlos Velo.
(04/01/97)

THE TWO HEADED SPY (Columbia) **

Original Credit: Screenplay by James O'Donnell. Based on a short story by J. Alvin Kugelmass.
(1959)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Michael Wilson & Alfred Levitt. Based on a short story by J. Alvin Kugelmass.
(02/17/99)

THE TUNNEL OF LOVE (MGM/WB)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Joseph Fields. From the stage play by Joseph Fields and Peter De Vries. Based on the novel by Peter De Vries. Presented on the stage by The Theatre Guild.
(1958)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Joseph Fields & Jerome Chodorov. From the stage play by Joseph Fields & Jerome Chodorov and Peter De Vries. Based on the novel by Peter De Vries. Presented on the stage by the Theatre Guild.
(07/27/98)

UNDER TEN FLAGS (aka SOTTO DIECE BANDIERE) (Paramount)

Original Credit: Based on original diaries by Bernard Rogge. Screenplay by Vittoriano Petrilli, Duilio Coletti, Ulrich Mohr. Additional Dialogue by William Douglas Home.
(1959)

Corrected Credit: Based on original diaries by Bernhard Rogge. Screenplay by Vittoriano Petrilli, Duilio Coletti, Ulrich Mohr, and Leonardo Bercovivci. Additional Dialogue by William Douglas Home.
(07/27/98)

WE JOINED THE NAVY (aka WE ARE IN THE NAVY NOW) (Dial/WB) **

Original Credit: Screenplay by Arthur Dales. Based on the novel by John Winton.
(1962)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Howard Dimsdale. Based on the novel by John Winton.
(07/27/98)

THE YOUNG ONE (aka ISLAND OF SHAME) (Producciones Olmeca)

Original Credit: Written for the screen by H.B. Addis and Luis Bunuel. Inspired by Peter Matthiessen's story "Travelin' Man."
(1960)

Corrected Credit: Written for the Screen by Hugo Butler and Luis Bunuel. Inspired by Peter Matthiessen's story "Travelin' Man."
(04/01/97)

ZOMBIES OF MARA TAU (Columbia)

Original Credit: Screenplay by Raymond T. Marcus. Story by George Plympton.
(1957)

Corrected Credit: Screenplay by Bernard Gordon. Story by George Plympton.
(04/01/97)