Karl Tunberg (11 March 1907 – 3 April 1992) was an American screenwriter and occasional film producer.
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... Born in Spokane, Washington, Tunberg's earliest writings included short stories, and a novel entitled While the Crowd Cheers, which was published in 1935 by the ... Very soon, Karl Tunberg's story-telling talents were noticed by movie studios, and he was employed to write screenplays ... Starting in 1937 Karl was on contract as a screenwriter for Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation under Darryl Zanuck ...
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