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Roger MacDougall (1910 - 1993)
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Roger MacDougall was a Scottish playwright.
MacDougall began writing the occasional screenplay in the late 30s, working both alone and in collaboration with others. Most of his plays were produced during the 50s.
As a screenwriter, his best-known films are The Man in the White Suit (for which he received a 1952 Academy Award nomination) and The Mouse That Roared.
He was a cousin of Alexander Mackendrick.