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Also Known As: Lenore Coffee, Lenore Coffee Cowen, Lenore J. Coffee Died: July 2, 1984
Born: July 13, 1896 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: San Francisco, California, USA Profession: screenwriter, novelist

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This veteran Hollywood scenarist with a career dating back to the 1920s collaborated on a number of Cecil B. DeMille films. Coffee worked for various studios, though most notably MGM and Warners for whom she wrote mostly romantic melodramas and suspense thrillers in the 1940s. Her vast credits include "East Lynne" (1925), "Torch Singer" (1933), "Evelyn Prentice" (1934), "Beyond the Forest" (1949), "Young at Heart" and "Footsteps in the Fog" (both 1955). In 1958, her novel "Another Place" was adapted to the screen, one year before she wrote her final screenplay, "Cash McCall".

This veteran Hollywood scenarist with a career dating back to the 1920s collaborated on a number of Cecil B. DeMille films. Coffee worked for various studios, though most notably MGM and Warners for whom she wrote mostly romantic melodramas and suspense thrillers in the 1940s. Her vast credits include "East Lynne" (1925), "Torch Singer" (1933), "Evelyn Prentice" (1934), "Beyond the Forest" (1949), "Young at Heart" and "Footsteps in the Fog" (both 1955). In 1958, her novel "Another Place" was adapted to the screen, one year before she wrote her final screenplay, "Cash McCall".

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1919:
Feature debut, received story credit on "The Better Wife", based on her novel "The Love Quest"
1921:
First screenplay credit, "Alias Ladyfingers"
1926:
First collaboration with Cecil B DeMille, "For Alimony Only"
1959:
Final feature sceenplay, "Cash McCall"
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Education

Dominican College: San Rafael , California -

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husband:
William J Cowen.

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