Writers Guild of America Award for Best Written Western

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Writers Guild of America Award for Best Written Western
Awarded forOutstanding Writing for a Western Film
CountryUnited States
Presented byWriters Guild of America
First awarded1949
Last awarded1951
Websitehttp://www.wga.org/

The Writers Guild Award for Best Written Western was an award presented from 1949 to 1951 by the Writers Guild of America, after which it was discontinued.

Winners & Nominees[1][edit]

Notes[edit]

  • The year indicates when the film was released. The awards are presented the following year.


Year Film Writer(s)
1948
(1st)[2]
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre John Huston
Fort Apache John Huston
Four Faces West Frank S. Nugent
Fury at Furnace Creek C. Graham Baker, and Teddi Sherman
Green Grass of Wyoming Martin Berkeley
Rachel and the Stranger Waldo Salt
Red River Borden Chase, and Charles Schnee
Station West Frank Fenton, and Winston Miller
The Man From Colorado Robert Hardy Andrews, and Ben Maddow
The Paleface Edmund L. Hartmann, Frank Tashlin, and Jack Rose
1949
(2nd)[3]
Yellow Sky Lamar Trotti
She Wore a Yellow Ribbon Frank S. Nugent, and Laurence Stallings
Streets of Laredo Charles Marquis Warren
The Gal Who Took the West William Bowers, and Oscar Brodney
Whispering SmithGreen Grass of Wyoming Frank Butler, and Karl Kamb
1950
(3rd)[4]
Broken Arrow Albert Maltz
A Ticket to Tomahawk Mary Loos, and Richard Sale
Devil's Doorway Guy Trosper
Rio Grande James McGuinness
The Gunfighter William Bowers, and William Sellers
Winchester '73 Robert L. Richards, and Borden Chase

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Writers Guild Awards Winners 1995-1949". awards.wga.org. Retrieved 2019-05-17.
  2. ^ "Writers Guild of America, USA (1949)". IMDb. Retrieved 2019-05-17.
  3. ^ "Writers Guild of America, USA (1950)". IMDb. Retrieved 2019-05-17.
  4. ^ "Writers Guild of America, USA (1951)". IMDb. Retrieved 2019-05-17.

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