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Ernest Booth (1898–1959)

Ernest Granville Booth was born on 12 August, 1898, at Oakland California, the son of Stuart W. and Abigail Hill (nee' Wall) Booth. His father, a prominent Oakland journalist, had emigrated from England in 1890. His mother originally came from Massachusetts. As a boy Booth attended the Preston School of Industry in Ione, California. Preston Castle... See full bio »

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(age 60) in Washington, USA

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Known For

Men of San Quentin
(1942)
Ladies of the Mob
(1928)

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 1942 Men of San Quentin (screenplay)
 1940 Women Without Names (based on his play)
 1938 Penrod's Double Trouble (adapted by)
 1931 Ladies of the Big House (play)
 1928 Ladies of the Mob (story)
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