Fred Niblo Jr.

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Fred Niblo Jr. (January 23, 1903 – February 1973)[1] was a successful Hollywood screenwriter. His career began in 1930 and lasted a little over twenty years. He died in Los Angeles, California, in February 1973, aged 70. He was the son of director Fred Niblo and Josephine "Josie" Cohan Niblo (1874–1916), sister of George M. Cohan.

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Niblo was nominated with Seton I. Miller for an Oscar for their screen adaptation of The Criminal Code in 1931. He and his wife, Pat, had two daughters, Moira and Ann, and a son, Dennis.[citation needed]

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