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 1968 Kenner (screenplay - originally as John Loring)
 1967 Winchester 73 (TV Movie) (earlier screenplay)
 1961 Gorgo (screen story - originally as John Loring) / (screenplay - originally as John Loring)
 1955 The Indian Fighter (story - as Ben Kadish)
 1954 Fireside Theatre (TV Series) (original story - 1 episode)
- Ringo's Last Assignment (1954) ... (original story)
 1953 Boston Blackie (TV Series) (original screenplay by - 1 episode)
- The Heist Job (1953) ... (original screenplay by - as John Loring)
  The Unexpected (TV Series) (1 episode, 1952) (writer - 1 episode, 1952)
- Landscape in Black (1952) ... (writer)
- Confidentially Yours (1952) ... (as John Loring)
 1951 Air Cadet (original story and screenplay)
 1950 Kansas Raiders (story and screenplay)
 1950 Winchester '73 (screenplay)
 1949 Johnny Stool Pigeon (screenplay)
 1949 Act of Violence (screenplay)
 1948 One Sunday Afternoon (writer)
 1946 The Last Crooked Mile (based on a radio play by)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Radio play: "The Last Crooked Mile" (filmed as The Last Crooked Mile (1946))

Alternate Names:

Ben Kadish | John Loring

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American author and screenwriter, born circa 1898. He was blacklisted during the McCarthy era because of his left-wing views and forced to write under a variety of pseudonyms. He eventually gave up writing to become a carpenter and retired to "Pátzcuaro, Mexico, where he died, still bitter about the career he had lost".

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