Robert Hardy Andrews Net Worth
Robert Hardy Andrews made money by Celebrities niche. For all time, at the moment, 2016 year, Robert Hardy Andrews earned $72 Million. Exact sum is $72000000.
Short biography, height, weight, dates:
Birth date: October 19, 1903, Effingham, Kansas, United States
Death date: November 11, 1976, Santa Monica, California, United States
Birth place: Effingham, Kansas, USA
Profession: Miscellaneous Crew, Writer, Producer
Children: Colman Andrews
Nominations: Writers Guild of America Award for Best Written Western
Wikipedia Source: Robert Hardy Andrews
Charles Robert Douglas Hardy Andrews was a novelist, screenwriter and radio drama scriptwriter. Andrews began his career as a reporter for the Chicago Daily News, and edited that newspapers magazine Midweek. He began writing radio soap operas when the noted producer team of Frank and Anne Hummert were impressed by Three Girls Lost, a work of serial fiction he had written for the Chicago Daily News. Andrews wrote the story in seven days, on a bet, writing 15,000 words per day. Three Girls Lost was later published as a novel, and was the basis for a 1931 movie of the same title, directed by Sidney Lanfield and starring Loretta Young and John Wayne. His novel Windfall: A Novel about Ten Million Dollars was the basis for the 1932 movie If I Had a Million, starring Gary Cooper and Charles Laughton, and Andrews was credited for the story and/or screenplay of 46 other movies over the next 30 years, including Bataan, The Cross of Lorraine and Salute to the Marines.