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Also Known As: Died: May 26, 1992
Born: April 1, 1910 Cause of Death: heart failure
Birth Place: Bristol, Connecticut, USA Profession: screenwriter

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Hollywood screenwriter of the 1940s, 50s and 60s who started writing short stories and book reviews while a medical student. After writing jokes for Jack Benny's highly popular radio series, Beloin got his start in Hollywood crafting the screenplays for two Benny vehicles, "Buck Benny Rides Again" (1940) and "Love Thy Neighbor" (1941). He would specialize in comedy throughout his career, penning such enjoyable films as "Lady on a Train" (1945) and "All in a Night's Work" (1961).Beloin collaborated on a number of films with Bob Hope ("My Favorite Brunette" 1947, "Road to Rio" 1947, "The Great Lover" 1949) and Jerry Lewis ("The Sad Sack" 1957, "Don't Give Up the Ship" 1959, "Visit to a Small Planet" 1960). In the 60s he also wrote for the TV comedies "Family Affair", "The Lucy Show" and "My Three Sons".

Hollywood screenwriter of the 1940s, 50s and 60s who started writing short stories and book reviews while a medical student. After writing jokes for Jack Benny's highly popular radio series, Beloin got his start in Hollywood crafting the screenplays for two Benny vehicles, "Buck Benny Rides Again" (1940) and "Love Thy Neighbor" (1941). He would specialize in comedy throughout his career, penning such enjoyable films as "Lady on a Train" (1945) and "All in a Night's Work" (1961).

Beloin collaborated on a number of films with Bob Hope ("My Favorite Brunette" 1947, "Road to Rio" 1947, "The Great Lover" 1949) and Jerry Lewis ("The Sad Sack" 1957, "Don't Give Up the Ship" 1959, "Visit to a Small Planet" 1960). In the 60s he also wrote for the TV comedies "Family Affair", "The Lucy Show" and "My Three Sons".

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 Love Thy Neighbor (1940) Eddie Beloin
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1936:
Wrote comic material for Jack Benny's popular radio show
1940:
First film as screenwriter (with William Morrow), "Buck Benny Rides Again", starring Jack Benny

Education

New York University: New York , New York -
Columbia University: New York , New York -

Notes

In addition to his screenplays, Beloin also wrote a play produced on Broadway, "In Any Language".

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wife:
Lynn Beloin. Survived him.

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son:
John Beloin. Survived him.

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