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John Hunter (II) (1938–2015)

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Nominated for Best Screenplay, winning the Genie for The Grey Fox in 1983, and Best Teleplay, the Writers Guild of Canada Top Ten Award, 1998, for Dead Man's Gun - Death Warrant.

Born:

in Canada

Died:

(age 77) in Toronto, Canada

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Known For

The Grey Fox
The Grey Fox Writer
(1982)
Hollywood North
(2003)
Blood & Guts
Blood & Guts Writer
(1978)
Giant Mine
Giant Mine Writer
(1996)

Filmography

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 2003 Hollywood North (writer)
 1997-1998 Dead Man's Gun (TV Series) (teleplay - 2 episodes)
- Sheep's Clothing (1998) ... (teleplay)
- Death Warrant (1997) ... (teleplay)
 1996 Giant Mine (TV Movie)
 1984 Best Revenge (as Logan N. Danforth)
 1983 Cross Country (as Logan N. Danforth)
 1982 The Grey Fox (written by)
 1978 Blood & Guts (writer)
 1973 The Hard Part Begins (as John Clifton Hunter)
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 1978 Blood & Guts (co-producer)
 1973 The Hard Part Begins (producer - as John Clifton Hunter)
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 1984 For the Record (TV Series) (1 episode)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Logan N. Danforth | John Clifton Hunter
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Nominated for Best Screenplay, winning the Genie for The Grey Fox in 1983, and Best Teleplay, the Writers Guild of Canada Top Ten Award, 1998, for Dead Man's Gun - Death Warrant.

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