North, Edmund H., 1911-1990

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Birth 1911-03-12
Death 1990-08-28
Americans

Biographical notes:

Edmund Hall North was born Mar. 12, 1911, in New York City; attended Stanford Univ. (1928-30); became a free-lance screenwriter in 1934, when he won the Screen Writers Guild Award for, "One night of love;" served as president of the screen branch of the Writers Guild of America, West (1956-57); won Screen Writers Guild Award and Academy Award for best story and screenplay for "Patton" in 1970; he died on Aug. 18, 1990 in Santa Monica, CA.

From the description of Papers, 1934-1968. (University of California, Los Angeles). WorldCat record id: 40721148

Biography

Edmund Hall North was born March 12, 1911, in New York City; attended Stanford University (1928-30); became a free-lance screenwriter in 1934, when he won the Screen Writers Guild Award for, “One night of love”; served as president of the screen branch of the Writers Guild of America, West (1956-57); won Screen Writers Guild Award and Academy Award for best story and screenplay for “Patton” in 1970; he died on August 18, 1990 in Santa Monica, California.

From the guide to the Edmund H. North Papers, 1934-1968, (University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Department of Special Collections.)

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Subjects:

  • Screenwriters--Archival resources

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  • Screenwriters--California--Los Angeles--Archival resources

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  • California--Los Angeles (as recorded)