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Robert Carson (writer)

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Robert Carson
BornOctober 6, 1909
Clayton, Washington
DiedJanuary 19, 1983 (aged 73)
Los Angeles, California

Robert Carson (October 6, 1909, Clayton, Washington – January 19, 1983, Los Angeles, California) was an American film and television screenwriter, novelist, and short story writer, who won an Academy Award in 1938 for his screenplay of A Star Is Born. He was married to Mary Jane Irving, a former child actress.[1]

Film screenwriting credits

Television screenwriting credits

Bibliography

  • The Revels Are Ended (1936). Doubleday.[3]
  • "Aloha Means Goodbye", a serialized short novel about a Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, published in The Saturday Evening Post in June/July 1941, six months before the actual attack occurred. The story was the basis for the film Across the Pacific (1942).
  • Stranger in Our Midst (1947). G.P. Putnam. Reprinted 1953, Popular Library.[4]
  • The Magic Lantern (1952), a fictionalized account of Hollywood. Henry Holt
  • The Quality of Mercy (1954). Henry Holt.[5]
  • Love Affair (1958). Henry Holt. reprinted 1959, Popular Library.
  • My Hero[6] (1961) McGraw Hill. Reprinted 1962, Crest Books
  • An End to Comedy (1963) Bobbs-Merrill[7]
  • The Outsiders (1966), Little, Brown. Reprinted 1970, Coronet[8]
  • Jellybean (1974), a civil war period western. Little, Brown ISBN 0-316-13026-5

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