| Richard Connell|
| Harvard University|
| Richard Edward Connnell Jr.|
October 17, 1893 (1893-10-17) Poughkeepsie, New York
November 22, 1949, Beverly Hills, California, United States
Louise Herrick Fox (m. 1919–1949)
The Most Dangerous Game, Apes and angels, The sin of Monsieur Pettipon and other humorous tales
The Most Dangerous Game, Meet John Doe, Bloodlust!, Brother Orchid, Thrill of a Romance
Ernest B Schoedsack, Irving Pichel, Richard Thorpe, William A Seiter, W W Jacobs
Richard Connell Wikipedia
Richard Edward Connell Jr. (October 17, 1893 – November 22, 1949) was an American author and journalist. He is best remembered for his short story "The Most Dangerous Game" (1924). Connell was one of the most popular American short story writers of his time, and his stories were published in The Saturday Evening Post and Collier's magazines. He had equal success as a journalist and screenwriter, and was nominated for an Academy Award during 1942 for best original story for the movie Meet John Doe.
The Milky Way (1936) (writer)
Love on Toast (1937) (writer)
Okusama ni shirasu bekarazu (1937) (writer)
The Cowboy and the Lady (1938) (contributing writer) (uncredited)
Doctor Rhythm (1938) (writer)
Hired Wife (1940) (writer)
Nice Girl? (1941) (writer)
Rio Rita (1942) (screenplay)
Presenting Lily Mars (1943) (screenplay)
Two Girls and a Sailor (1944) (writer)
Thrill of a Romance (1945) (writer)
Her Highness and the Bellboy (1945) (writer)
Luxury Liner (1948) (writer)
The Most Dangerous Game (1932 film) (1932) (contributing writer)
The Mad Lover (1927)
Murder at Sea (1929)
What Ho! (1937)
The Sin of Monsieur Pettipon and other humorous tales (1922) – Also known as Mister Braddy's bottle and other humorous tales
Variety (1925) – Includes The most dangerous game.
Ironies (1930) – Includes The law beaters.
Apes and angels (1970) – Includes The man who could imitate a bee.
The Most Dangerous Game