Former critic who turned to stage writing and entered film in 1951, sharing a best original story Oscar with James Bernard for "Seven Days to Noon." Through the 1960s Dehn scripted several superior espionage films, notably "Goldfinger" (1964), "The Spy Who Came in from the Cold" (1965) and "The Deadly Affair" (1967).
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Producer (Feature Film)
Music (Feature Film)
Began writing film criticism in London
Co-wrote first screenplay, "Seven Days to Noon"