Jack Whittingham

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British screenwriter Jack Whittingham got his film career off to a good start with the tongue-in-cheek espionager Q Planes (1939). In the late '40s, Whittingham switched from action films to emotional "problem dramas." Two of his best films in this vein were Crash of Silence (1952), the story of a deaf child, and The Divided Heart (1952), a tale of a hotly contested adoption. He briefly turned to producing with 1957's The Birthday Present. One of Jack Whittingham's last screen assignments was the James Bond opus Thunderball (1965), which enabled the writer to receive a story credit on the 1983 remake Never Say Never Again, even though he'd passed away 11 years earlier.

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No Score Yet The Prince and the Pauper Screenwriter 1962
No Score Yet The Divided Heart Screenwriter 1954
No Score Yet West Of Zanzibar Screenwriter 1954
No Score Yet Mandy (Crash of Silence)(The Story of Mandy) Screenwriter 1952
No Score Yet Pool of London Screenwriter 1951
No Score Yet Q Planes Screenwriter 1939

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