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Gerald Drayson Adams

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Name  Gerald Adams
Role  Executive
Siblings  Claire Adams

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Died  August 23, 1988, Las Cruces, New Mexico, United States
Spouse  Florence Renaud (m. ?–1971)
Books  With Loving Tenderness, Without Mercy
Movies  Kissin' Cousins, The Big Steal, Ard Car Robbery, Dead Reckoning, The Duel at Silver Creek
Similar People  Gene Nelson, Earl Felton, Daniel Mainwaring, Sam Katzman, Reginald Le Borg

Gerald Drayson Adams (June 25, 1900 – August 23, 1988) was a former business executive and literary agent when he began writing for films in the 1940s. The Oxford University-educated Adams specialized in action/adventure and western films. His films include Dead Reckoning (1947) starring Humphrey Bogart, The Big Steal (1949), Armored Car Robbery (1950), His Kind of Woman (1951, uncredited), The Black Sleep (1956), and Kissin' Cousins (1964), starring Elvis Presley, for which he received a WGA award nomination. Adams also wrote for television series, including the pivotal episodes "Hostage" and "Stampede" for Maverick (1957).


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