John B. Clymer
|John B. Clymer|
|Died||May 24, 1937
|Years active||1915 - 1937|
John B. Clymer (c. 1886 - May 24, 1937) was a Hollywood film screenwriter. His career spans the silent film era to the early talking films. His first film "The Supreme Impulse," was produced in 1915. His last film, The Gentleman Misbehaves, was released posthumously in 1946.
He died in Hollywood, California from a heart attack.
- Everywoman's Husband (1918)
- The Lightning Raider (1919)
- The Delicious Little Devil (1919)
- The Mystery of 13 (1919)
- The Hawk's Trail (1919)
- The Hope Diamond Mystery (1921)
- A House Divided (1931)
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