| Aben Kandel|| Screenwriter|
| January 28, 1993, Woodland Hills, California, United States|
I Was a Teenage Werewolf, Horrors of the Black Museum, Berserk!, Konga, They Won't Forget
Arthur Crabtree, Jim O'Connolly, Samuel Z Arkoff, Mervyn LeRoy, Robert Rossen
Aben Kandel Wikipedia
Aben Kandel (15 August 1897 – 28 January 1993) was an American screenwriter, novelist, and (earlier in life) boxer. He was screenwriter on such classic B movies as I Was A Teenage Werewolf, Joan Crawford's final movie Trog, and one of Leonard Nimoy's first starring vehicles, Kid Monk Baroni.
Kandel had an earlier scandalous success with his gritty, b-grade Hollywood novel City for Conquest (1936), which was made into a James Cagney feature in 1940.Come Closer, Folks (1936, story)
More Than a Secretary (1936, story)