A. Sloan Nibley

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American screenwriter Sloan Nibley entered films in 1947 as a staffer at Republic Pictures. Nibley became one of the principal writers of the studio's Roy Rogers vehicles, remaining in this niche until Rogers left films in 1951. Thereafter, Nibley continued to specialize in Westerns until his own retirement in 1956; one of his more famous credits was the 1952 Gary Cooper starrer Springfield Rifle. Sloan Nibley was the father of cinematographer Christian Sloan Nibley.

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Hostile Guns Screenwriter 1967
No Score Yet Carson City Screenwriter 1952
No Score Yet In Old Amarillo Screenwriter 1951
No Score Yet Spoilers of the Plains Screenwriter 1951
No Score Yet Twilight in the Sierras Screenwriter 1950
No Score Yet Bells of Coronado Screenwriter 1950
No Score Yet Down Dakota Way Screenwriter 1949
No Score Yet Susanna Pass Screenwriter 1949
No Score Yet The Golden Stallion Screenwriter 1949
No Score Yet The Far Frontier Screenwriter 1948
No Score Yet Night Time in Nevada Screenwriter 1948
No Score Yet Eyes of Texas Screenwriter 1948
No Score Yet Under California Stars Screenwriter 1948
No Score Yet Gay Ranchero Screenwriter 1948
No Score Yet On the Old Spanish Trail Screenwriter 1947
No Score Yet Springtime in the Sierras Screenwriter 1947
No Score Yet Bells of San Angelo Screenwriter 1947

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