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Marvin H. Albert



Several of Marvin H. Albert's novels made it to the big screen during the '60s, including Duel at Diablo (1966) and Lady in Cement (1968). On most of these film adaptations, Albert wrote or co-wrote the scripts. The Philadelphia native started his career contributing articles to magazines in the 1950s. His debut novel, The Law and Jake Wade, was first published in 1956. Two years later, it was filmed by Preston Sturges. Albert often used pseudonyms, including Nick Quarry, Anthony Rome, Ian MacAlister, and Albert Conroy.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet The Don Is Dead
  • Screenwriter
1973
50% Lady in Cement
  • Screenwriter
1968
No Score Yet The Bounty Killer (El precio de un hombre)
  • Screenwriter
1968
No Score Yet Violence à Jericho
  • Screenwriter
1967
No Score Yet Duel at Diablo
  • Screenwriter
1966

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