Kotaku: In July 1937, author F. Scott Fitzgerald arrived in Hollywood, California. Fitzgerald was at the tail-end of his writing career and hoped to pick up some extra scratch penning screenplays. He didn't exactly set the town on fire. He wrote a few original scripts and did a re-write on Gone With The Wind, but only got a screen credit on the 1938 drama The Three Comrades. This isn't to say all authors have had failed Hollywood careers. William Faulkner wrote a whole bunch of great movies. This is to say F. Scott Fitzgerald and Hollywood just did not work.