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Dorothy Yost’s height is 4ft 11.75in (1.52 m)

Dorothy Yost, later married as Dorothy Yost Cummings, was a prominent screenwriter whose career lasted from the silent era well into the sound era. Over her lifetime she worked on more than ninety-four films, including her own screenplays.

Dorothy Yost

Best Known For Movie: The Gay Divorcee
Born: April 25, 1899, St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Filmography: Smoky (1966), Annie Oakley (1954), Saginaw Trail (1953), The Cowboy and the Indians (1949), The Big Cat (1949), Loaded Pistols (1948), The Strawberry Roan (1948), Smoky (1946), Thunderhead – Son of Flicka (1945), Blossoms in the Dust (1941), Hullabaloo (1940), Sporting Blood (1940), Forty Little Mothers (1940), Bad Little Angel (1939), Blackmail (1939), The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle (1939), Four Girls in White (1939), There Goes the Groom (1937), Too Many Wives (1937), Racing Lady (1937), That Girl from Paris (1936), Swing Time (1936), M’Liss (1936), Bunker Bean (1936), Murder on a Bridle Path (1936), Follow the Fleet (1936), Seven Keys to Baldpate (1935), Freckles (1935), Alice Adams (1935), A Dog of Flanders (1935), Laddie (1935), Roberta (1935), The Lottery Lover (1935), The Gay Divorcee (1934), Hello, Everybody! (1933), What Men Want (1930), The Sea Bat (1930), The Little Yellow House (1928), The Devil’s Trademark (1928), Freckles (1928), Wallflowers (1928), Fangs of the Wild (1928), Little Mickey Grogan (1927), The Harvester (1927), Judgment of the Hills (1927), Mother (1927), Moulders of Men (1927), Hills of Kentucky (1927), Uneasy Payments (1927), Wings of the Storm (1926), The Millionaire Policeman (1926), Kentucky Pride (1925), She Wolves (1925), Marriage in Transit (1925), The Hunted Woman (1925), Star Dust Trail (1924), My Husband’s Wives (1924), Romance Ranch (1924), Broadway or Bust (1924), Traffic in Hearts (1924), Kentucky Days (1923), When Odds Are Even (1923), Cause for Divorce (1923), The Footlight Ranger (1923), Youth Must Have Love (1922), The New Teacher (1922), Little Miss Smiles (1922), Winning with Wits (1922), Jackie (1921), Cinderella of the Hills (1921), Queenie (1921), Ever Since Eve (1921), Lovetime (1921), One Man in a Million (1921), For the Soul of Rafael (1920), Smoldering Embers (1920), Flames of the Flesh (1920).
Astrological Sign: Taurus
Occupation: Screenwriter
Died: June 10, 1967, Monrovia, California, United States
Parents: Alice Kern Yost, Robert M. Yost
Siblings: Robert Yost
Height: 4ft 11.75in (1.52 m)

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