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James Warner Bellah

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Also Known As: James Bellah Died: September 22, 1976
Born: September 14, 1899 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: screenwriter, author, advertising copywriter

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Novelist and journalist whose main contributions to cinema were not his (few) screenplays but the stories he provided for several notable John Ford films, particularly the 7th Cavalry trilogy: "Fort Apache" (1948), "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" (1949) and "Rio Grande" (1950).

Novelist and journalist whose main contributions to cinema were not his (few) screenplays but the stories he provided for several notable John Ford films, particularly the 7th Cavalry trilogy: "Fort Apache" (1948), "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" (1949) and "Rio Grande" (1950).

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1927:
Worked as foreign correspondent for <i>Aero Digest</i>
1933:
First screen credit (from novel), "Dancing Lady"
1955:
First film as co-writer (with John Twist), "The Sea Chase"

Education

Columbia University: New York , New York - 1923
Georgetown University: Washington , Washington D.C. - 1945

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