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John Bright (I) (1908–1989)

John Bright was born on January 1, 1908 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA as John Milton Bright. He was a writer, known for The Public Enemy (1931), She Done Him Wrong (1933) and Taxi! (1932). He was married to Jeanne Dunne. He died on September 14, 1989 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »
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Nominated for 1 Oscar. See more awards »

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 1954 La rebelión de los colgados (uncredited)
 1949 The Kid from Cleveland (screenplay) / (story)
 1948 Close-Up (screenplay)
 1948 Joe Palooka in Fighting Mad (screenplay)
 1948 Open Secret (additional dialogue - uncredited)
 1948 I Walk Alone (adaptation)
 1942 Broadway (screenplay)
 1939 Back Door to Heaven (screenplay)
 1937 San Quentin (story)
 1937 John Meade's Woman (story)
 1936 The Accusing Finger (screenplay)
 1933 She Done Him Wrong (screen play)
 1932 Three on a Match (story)
 1932 Taxi! (adaptation) / (dialogue)
 1932 Union Depot (dialogue)
 1931 Blonde Crazy (story)
 1931 Smart Money (screen story and dialogue)
 1931 The Public Enemy (by)
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Height:

5' 11" (1.8 m)
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A self made man who worships his creator is an egotist.

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In 1933, Bright was among 10 writers who founded the Screen Writers Guild. See more »

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Capricorn

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