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Sidney Harmon (April 30, 1907 – February 29, 1988) was a film producer and screenwriter. Harmon was nominated for an Academy Award for writing the original story that was the basis for the film The Talk of the Town (1942). He began his career working as a writer on radio and in the theater in the 1930s. Sidney also produced a Pulitzer Prize-winning play Men in White.
Date of Birth:April 30, 1907, Poughkeepsie, New York City See more » Date of Death:February 29, 1988, Rancho Mirage, California, USA: Co-founded the Theatre Group at the University of California at Los Angeles...
Producer during the 1950s and 1960s
Battle of the Bulge (1965) (executive producer) The Thin Red Line (1964) (producer) Day of the Outlaw (1959) (producer) Anna Lucasta (1958) (producer) God's Little Acre (1958) (producer) Men in War (1957) (producer) The Wild Party (1956) (producer) The Big Combo (1955) (producer) Man Crazy (1953) (producer)
Hand in Hand (1960) (story) Man Crazy (1953) (writer) Mara Maru (1952) (story) Mutiny (1952) (writer) Drums in the Deep South (1951) (screenplay) The Talk of the Town (1942) (story) ... aka "George Stevens' The Talk of the Town"
Miscellaneous Crew: Men in War (1957) (presenter)
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