Harry Behn was an American screenwriter and children’s author.
|Born:||Sept 24, 1898, McCabe, Arizona, United States|
|Died:||Sept 6, 1973, Greenwich, Connecticut, United States|
|Spouse(s):||Alice Lawrence (1905–1989)|
About Harry Behn
Screenwriter and children’s author who began working in Hollywood during the silent era.
He once studied at Stanford University.
He once taught English at the University of Arizona.
He married Alice Lawrence in 1905.
He wrote Hell’s Angels in 1930, which was directed by Howard Hughes.
Information related to Harry Behn
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- University of Arizona faculty
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