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Kenneth Casey Robinson (October 17, 1903 – December 6, 1979) was an American producer and director of mostly B movies and a screenwriter responsible for some of Bette Davis' most revered films. Film critic Richard Corliss once described him as "the master of the art - or craft - of adaptation." Born in Logan, Utah, the son of a Brigham Young University music/drama instructor, Robinson graduated from Cornell University at the age of 19 and briefly taught English before turning to journalism. In 1927, he began his Hollywood career writing the titles for silent movies. He graduated to directing in the early 1930s, but after six films he abandoned that field in order to concentrate on writing. The films with Davis included It's Love I'm After, Dark Victory, The Old Maid, All This, and Heaven Too, Now, Voyager, and The Corn Is Green. Robinson's production credits include Days of Glory, Under My Skin, and Two Flags West, all of which he scripted as well. In 1935, Robinson was a write-in candidate for what was then called the Academy Award for Best Writing, Screenplay for his work on Captain Blood. After spending the better part of the 1930s and the early 1940s working at Warner Bros.