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Edward E. Paramore Jr.

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Edward E. Paramore Jr. (17 September 1895 – 1 May 1956) was an American screenwriter.

Career

His 1929 play Ringside, co-written with George Abbott and Hyatt Daab, was adapted for the movie Night Parade by RKO. He was a staff screenwriter at Paramount. He wrote the script for the film The Bitter Tea of General Yen for Columbia, Baby Take a Bow and Chetniks! The Fighting Guerrillas for 20th Century Fox, and Man of Conquest for Republic. He retired in 1943.

He was one of the founders of the Screen Actors Guild.

Paramore died from a skull fracture stemming from an accident in a parking garage in Shreveport, Louisiana.[1]

His son Edward E. Paramore III produced under the name Harold Lime.

Filmography

References

  1. ^ Associated Press (May 2, 1956). Edward E. Paramore Jr., Screen Writer, Dies in Shreveport, La., After Accident. The New York Times
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