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Sloan Nibley

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Other names
  
A. Sloan Nibley

Role
  
Screenwriter

Occupation
  
Screenwriter

Movies
  
Thunder Over Arizona

Years active
  
1947-1973

Siblings
  
Hugh Nibley

Name
  
Sloan Nibley


Full Name
  
Alexander Sloan Nibley

Born
  
June 23, 1908 (
1908-06-23
)
Portland, Oregon

Died
  
April 3, 1990, Los Angeles, California, United States

Spouse
  
Linda Stirling (m. 1946–1990)

Children
  
Christopher Nibley, Timothy Nibley

Similar People
  
Hugh Nibley, Linda Stirling, Joseph Kane

Alexander Sloan Nibley (June 23, 1908 – April 3, 1990) was an American screenwriter. He was the older brother of famed Latter Day Saint scholar Hugh Nibley.

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Career

Born in Portland, Oregon to Alexander ("El") and Agnes "Sloanie" Nibley, Nibley served in the Navy in New York in 1945 before beginning his career. Nibley served as screenwriter for over twenty films including Springfield Rifle, Carson City, the remake of The Golden Stallion, and Eyes of Texas (1948), a film starring Roy Rogers. He also wrote for numerous TV series, including Sea Hunt, Sky King, Wagon Train, and The Addams Family.

Personal life and death

Nibley married actress Linda Stirling in 1946 with whom he had two children, Chris and Tim. He died on April 3, 1990, in Los Angeles, California.

References

Sloan Nibley Wikipedia


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