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Craig Rice (I) (1908–1957)

Trivia:

Ghost-wrote the novel "Crime On My Hands" which starred real-life persona George Sanders (who worked with Rice on the Falcon series). In the novel, actor Sanders solves a murder on a film set. See more trivia »

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Filmography

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 1957 The George Sanders Mystery Theater (TV Series) (from a story by - 1 episode)
- And the Birds Still Sing (1957) ... (from a story by)
 1953 The Eddie Cantor Story (treatment)
 1951-1952 The Amazing Mr. Malone (TV Series) (novels - 13 episodes)
- Dark Secret (1952) ... (novels)
- Breakout (1952) ... (novels)
- The Target (1952) ... (novels)
- The Innocent Murderer (1952) ... (novels)
- Episode #1.9 (1952) ... (novels)
 1950 Mrs. O'Malley and Mr. Malone (story "Once Upon A Train, or The Loco Motive")
 1950 The Underworld Story (story)
 1950 The Amazing Mr. Malone (TV Movie) (character)
 1949 Suspense (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- Murder Through the Looking Glass (1949) ... (story)
 1949 The Lucky Stiff (novel)
 1948 Tenth Avenue Angel (radio sketch Miracle at Midnight)
 1946 Home, Sweet Homicide (novel)
 1945 Having Wonderful Crime (story)
 1943 The Falcon in Danger (screenplay)
 1942 The Falcon's Brother (original screenplay)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Novel: "Telefair, the House on the Island". See more »

Publicity Listings:

1 Print Biography | See more »

Alternate Names:

Georgiana Ann Randolph | Daphne Sanders | Michael Venning
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Did You Know?

Trivia:

Generally accepted as the ghost-writer for Gypsy Rose Lee's "The G-String Murders". An article in "The Armchair Detective" in the 1980s suggests otherwise, but presents no definitive evidence. A 2001 biography of Rice ("Who Was That Lady?: Craig Rice, Queen of the Screwball Mystery") refutes the ghostwriting claim by showing that Lee and Rice were not in the same locale during the 1940-1941 time ... See more »

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