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Catherine Carr (screenwriter)

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Catherine Carr
Catherine Davis Woodridge

January 1, 1880
Austin, Texas, USA
DiedJanuary 18, 1941
Los Angeles, California, USA

Catherine Carr (January 1, 1880 – January 18, 1941) was a silent-film era screenwriter with at least 28 films to her credit.


Catherine, daughter of Absalom and Ida Woodridge, was born in Austin, Texas. She was educated in Washington, D.C., where she met her husband, John Gillis Carr, and began her career as a writer of short stories.[1] Her husband died soon after she gave birth to their two sons.

She began her career writing scenarios before rising to the rank of head of the scenario department at Kinetophone.[2] She wrote a number of films for Vitagraph over the course of her years in the industry.



  1. ^ "Scenario Writers and Editors". Motion Picture Studio Directory and Trade Annual: 285. 1921 – via
  2. ^ "19 Dec 1914, Page 8 - The Seattle Star at". Retrieved 2019-01-10.

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