Lois Hutchinson was an American screenwriter and journalist employed by film producer B.P. Schulberg in the 1920s.
Hutchinson started out as a journalist in Washington before moving to Hollywood and working in the publicity department for Samuel Goldwyn around 1923. She worked as a secretary for B.P. Schulberg and then became a script girl for director John M. Stahl at First National. Within three years, she had worked her way up the ranks into the scenario department. Her first full script was the 1925 film Parisian Love.
- Out of the Storm (1926)
- The Girl Who Wouldn't Work (1925)
- Parisian Love (1925)
- White Man (1924) (titles)
- "Wins Her Spurs as a Scenarist". The Los Angeles Times. June 14, 1925. Retrieved January 16, 2019.
- "Lois Hutchinson to Write for Preferred Pictures". Motion Picture World. July 4, 1925. Retrieved January 16, 2019.
- "State Scores in Psychic Case". The Los Angeles Times. January 14, 1925. Retrieved January 16, 2019.
- "Producer Finds Screen Talent in Late Search". The Quad-City Times. August 30, 1925. Retrieved January 16, 2019.