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Arnaud d'Usseau (1916–1990)

Arnaud d'Usseau was born on April 18, 1916 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He was a writer, known for Horror Express (1972), The Death Wheelers (1973) and Tomorrow, the World! (1944). He was married to Marie-Christine. He died on January 29, 1990 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Horror Express
The Death Wheelers
Tomorrow, the World!


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 1975 Ladies of the Corridor (TV Movie)
 1973 The Death Wheelers (screenplay)
 1972 Horror Express (screenplay)
 1950 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Deep Are the Roots (1950) ... (writer)
 1944 Tomorrow, the World! (play "Tomorrow the World" - as Armand D'Usseau)
 1942 Just Off Broadway (original screenplay)
 1942 The Man Who Wouldn't Die (screen play)
 1942 Who Is Hope Schuyler? (screenplay)
 1941 Lady Scarface (original screenplay - as Arnaud D'Usseau)
 1941 Repent at Leisure (story)
 1940 One Crowded Night (screen play by)
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 1979 Working in the Theatre (TV Series documentary)
- Playscript (1979) ... Himself

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James Gow and his play, "Tomorrow, The World," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Russell Collins in the cast.

Alternate Names:

Armand D'Usseau | Arnaud D'Usseau

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Son of Leon D'Usseau and Ottola Nesmith. See more »

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