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Gordon Kahn wrote a variety of screenplays throughout the duration of his Hollywood career. At the beginning of his career, Kahn wrote screenplays for "The Death Kiss" (1932) with David Manners, "Mickey the Kid" (1939) and the John Barrymore comedy "World Premiere" (1941). His passion for writing led to working on movie scripts for "A Yank on the Burma Road" (1942), "Lights of Old Santa Fe" (1944) with Roy Rogers and "Song of Nevada" (1944). He also appeared in the Roy Rogers western "The Cowboy and the Senorita" (1944), "Blonde Alibi" (1946) and "Her Kind of Man" (1946). Later in his career, Kahn wrote "Ruthless" (1948). Kahn passed away in December 1962 at the age of 60.

Gordon Kahn wrote a variety of screenplays throughout the duration of his Hollywood career. At the beginning of his career, Kahn wrote screenplays for "The Death Kiss" (1932) with David Manners, "Mickey the Kid" (1939) and the John Barrymore comedy "World Premiere" (1941). His passion for writing led to working on movie scripts for "A Yank on the Burma Road" (1942), "Lights of Old Santa Fe" (1944) with Roy Rogers and "Song of Nevada" (1944). He also appeared in the Roy Rogers western "The Cowboy and the Senorita" (1944), "Blonde Alibi" (1946) and "Her Kind of Man" (1946). Later in his career, Kahn wrote "Ruthless" (1948). Kahn passed away in December 1962 at the age of 60.

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