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John Lee Mahin

John Lee Mahin (August 23, 1902, Evanston, Illinois – April 18, 1984, Los Angeles) was a prolific screenwriter and producer. He was the son of John Lee Mahin, Sr. (1869-1930), a Chicago newspaper and advertising man, and Julia Graham Snitzler.

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John Lee Mahin - Filmography - Writer's Credits
... Walk (1954) Mogambo (1953) My Son John (1952) (adaptation) Show Boat (1951) Quo Vadis (1951) Love That Brute (1950) Down to the Sea in Ships (1949) The Yearling (1946) (uncredited) Adventure (1945) (uncredited) The ... (1933) (dialogue) Red Dust (1932) (screenplay) (as John Mahin) Tiger Shark (1932) (contributing writer) (uncredited) Scarface (1932) (continuity) (dialogue) The Wet Parade (1932) (adaptation) (as John L ... Mahin) The Beast of the City (1932) (dialogue continuity) (as John L ...

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