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Name  Harry Behn
Role  Screenwriter
Spouse  Alice Lawrence

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Born  September 24, 1898 (1898-09-24) McCabe, Arizona, United States
Died  September 6, 1973, Greenwich, Connecticut, United States
Movies  The Big Parade, The Crowd, Frozen River
Education  Harvard University, Stanford University
Books  The Faraway Lurs, Crickets and Bullfrogs and Whispers of Thunder
Similar People  Laurence Stallings, Joseph W Farnham, Peter Behn, King Vidor, Irving Thalberg

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Harry Behn (September 24, 1898 – September 6, 1973), also known as Giles Behn, was an American screenwriter and children's author.

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He was involved in writing the screenplay for a number of films, including the war film The Big Parade in 1925, and Hell's Angels in 1930, that was directed by Howard Hughes. The Big Parade, which was silent, would later be overshadowed by the success of All Quiet on the Western Front.

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Filmography

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  • The Big Parade (1925)
  • Proud Flesh (1925), with Agnes Christine Johnson
  • La Bohème (1926), with Ray Doyle
  • The Crowd (1928), with King Vidor and John V.A. Weaver
  • The Racket (1928), with Del Andrews
  • Frozen River (1929)
  • Sin Sister (1929), with Andrew Bennison
  • Hell's Angels (1930), with Howard Estabrook
  • Secret of the Chateau (1934), with Richard Thorpe

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    References

    Harry Behn Wikipedia


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