19 November 1955 |
Charlottesville, Virginia, United States
|Occupation||Screenwriter, television producer|
Sam Hamm (born November 19, 1955) is an American screenwriter. Hamm is known for co-writing the screenplay for Tim Burton's Batman and story for Batman Returns. As a result of his work, he was invited to write for Detective Comics. The result was Batman: Blind Justice, which introduced Bruce Wayne's mentor, Henri Ducard, who later appeared in Batman Begins. Hamm's other screen credits include Never Cry Wolf and Monkeybone. Hamm also wrote unused drafts for Planet of the Apes and Watchmen adaptations.
|1983||Never Cry Wolf||Yes|
|2005||Masters of Horror||Yes|
- "Sam Hamm". The New York Times.
- Greenberger, Robert; Manning, Matthew K. (2009). The Batman Vault: A Museum-in-a-Book with Rare Collectibles from the Batcave. Running Press. p. 41. ISBN 0-7624-3663-8.
In the pages of Detective Comics, Batman screenwriter Sam Hamm took advantage of that year's ongoing writers' strike to write a three-issue story entitled "Blind Justice", which culminated in that title's 600th issue.
- Holloway, Ronald (1983-08-31). "Never Cry Wolf". Variety.
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