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He was born November 8, 1902, in Poughkeepsie.
1943 saw him writing for three films:
- He was one of the team of 22 writers collaborating on the film Forever and a Day.
- He adapted Gregor Ziemer's book Education For Death for Edward Dmytryk's film Hitler's Children.
- He wrote the American war film Behind the Rising Sun, based on the 1941 book by James R. Young.
He wrote Williamsburg: the Story of a Patriot, a landmark 1957 orientation film for Colonial Williamsburg; as of 2004[update] it was approaching its 50th year of continuous exhibition, and undergoing restoration via conversion to current technology.
He died in Los Angeles on New Year's Day, 1986.
- Guilty of Treason (1950)
- Richard L. McCluney, Jr., "Remastering a Masterwork: Restoration of The Patriot", Summer 2004, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation site
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