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Arthur La Bern (1909–1990)

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British novelist and screenwriter, born in London of French parents. He was formerly a crime reporter and correspondent for the Evening Standard, covering the Pacific theatre during the Second World War.

Born:

in England, UK

Died:

(age 81) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Frenzy
Frenzy Writer
(1972)
Paper Orchid
Paper Orchid Writer
(1949)
Dead Man's Evidence
(1962)
Freedom to Die
(1961)

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 1972 Frenzy (novel "Goodbye Piccadilly, Farewell Leicester Square")
  The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre (TV Series) (writer - 3 episodes, 1962 - 1964) (screenplay - 1 episode, 1963)
- The Verdict (1964) ... (writer)
- Accidental Death (1963) ... (writer)
- Incident at Midnight (1963) ... (screenplay - as Arthur la Bern)
- Time to Remember (1962) ... (writer)
 1963 Accidental Death (writer)
 1963 Incident at Midnight (writer)
 1962 Dead Man's Evidence (original story) / (screenplay)
 1961 Freedom to Die (original story) / (screenplay)
 1955 Patrol Car (TV Series) (writer - 2 episodes)
- Written in the Dust (1955) ... (writer)
- The Troubled Wife (1955) ... (writer)
 1949 Paper Orchid (additional dialogue) / (additional scenes) / (novel)
 1948 Good-Time Girl (novel "Night Darkens the Streets")
 1947 It Always Rains on Sunday (novel)
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Trivia:

British novelist and screenwriter, born in London of French parents. He was formerly a crime reporter and correspondent for the Evening Standard, covering the Pacific theatre during the Second World War.

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