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Bert Lawrence (I) (1923–1971)

Bert Lawrence was born in 1923. He is known for his work on Spy Chasers (1955), Alias Jesse James (1959) and High Society (1955). He died on May 25, 1971 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »


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Spy Chasers
Spy Chasers Writer
Alias Jesse James
High Society
High Society Writer
Feudin' Fools
Feudin' Fools Writer


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 1959 Alias Jesse James (story)
 1957 Up in Smoke (story)
 1955 Spy Chasers (screenplay) / (story)
 1955 High Society (screenplay)
 1953 Jalopy (additional dialogue)
 1952 Feudin' Fools (original screenplay)
 1952 Hold That Line (additional dialogue)
 1951 Let's Go Navy! (additional dialogue)
 1951 Ghost Chasers (additional dialogue)
 1951 Bowery Battalion (additional dialogue)
 1950 Blues Busters (additional dialogue)
 1950 Triple Trouble (additional dialogue)
 1950 Lucky Losers (additional dialogue)
 1949 Master Minds (additional dialogue)
 1949 Angels in Disguise (additional dialogue - uncredited)
 1949 Fighting Fools (original screenplay)
 1942 Holiday Inn (contributing writer - uncredited)
 1941 Time Out for Rhythm (screenplay)
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