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Doris Gilbert
BornJanuary 27, 1914
New York, New York, USA
DiedDecember 15, 1993 (aged 79)
Los Angeles, California, USA
Spouse(s)Allen Feit
Parent(s)L. Wolfe Gilbert

Doris Gilbert (1914-1993) was an American screenwriter and TV writer known for her work on B movies of the 1940s and 1950s at Republic Pictures.[1]

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Doris was the daughter of famed Russia-born composer L. Wolfe Gilbert and his wife, Catherine Oestreicher.

The family moved from New York to Los Angeles when Doris was a girl, and she got into screenwriting at a young age thanks to her father's involvement writing songs for movies at Fox.[2] When she was still a teenager, she married lawyer Allen Feit, who she had met in NYC a year earlier.[3] She continued to write under her maiden name.

During the 1940s, she began working at Republic, where she wrote films like Storm Over Lisbon and Lake Placid Serenade. During the 1950s and 1960s, she wrote scripts for over a dozen television shows, including Science Fiction Theatre and Adventures of Superman.

In 1941–42, Doris Gilbert collaborated with Sally Benson on a radio version of the latter's Junior Miss short stories. The series starred Shirley Temple.

Selected filmography

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For TV:


  1. ^ "9 Jul 1978, 365 - The Los Angeles Times at". Retrieved 2019-02-22.
  2. ^ "11 Sep 1932, 14 - The Los Angeles Times at". Retrieved 2019-02-22.
  3. ^ "12 Sep 1932, 1 - The San Francisco Examiner at". Retrieved 2019-02-22.

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