F. Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood
Written byJames Costigan
Directed byAnthony Page
StarringJason Miller
Tuesday Weld
Julia Foster
Theme music composerMorton Gould
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Executive producerHerbert Brodkin
ProducersRobert Berger
Austen Jewell (associate producer)
CinematographyJames Crabe
EditorSidney Katz
Running time100 min.
Production companyTitus Productions
Original release
ReleaseDecember 17, 1975 (1975-12-17)

F. Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood is a 1975 American TV movie about F. Scott Fitzgerald's screenwriting career.[1][2]

It was directed by Anthony Page and written by James Costigan. It was mostly based on the memoirs of Sheilah Graham.[3]


In 1937, F Scott Fitzgerald is trying to write scripts in Hollywood. He has a romance with Sheilah Graham and remembers his marriage to Zelda.



The New York Times said the film "merely rehashed" the Fitzgerald story.[4]


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  2. ^ Latham, A. (May 16, 1976). "What would F. scott think of 'fitzgerald in hollywood'?". New York Times. ProQuest 122633818.
  3. ^ Smith, C. (May 14, 1976). "Day, night of actor-writer". Los Angeles Times. ProQuest 158117861.
  4. ^ J. J. (May 14, 1976). "TV WEEKEND". New York Times. ProQuest 122659161.