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  1. Philip Yordan. Philip Yordan in San Diego, 1988. Philip Yordan (April 1, 1914 – March 24, 2003) was an American screenwriter of the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s who produced several films. He acted as a front for blacklisted writers although his use of surrogate screenwriters predates the McCarthy era.

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    • screenwriter, actor
    • American
    • 1946–1994
  2. Philip Yordan. Philip Yordan ( 1. april 1914 - 24. marts 2003) var en amerikansk manuskriptforfatter, som også producerede flere film. Han var også kendt som en højt respekteret script læge. Hans forældre var polske indvandrere, han tog en bachelorgrad ved University of Illinois og en juridisk embedseksamen ved Chicago-Kent College of Law.

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  4. The screenplay is credited to Fredric M. Frank, Philip Yordan, and Ben Barzman with uncredited contributions by Bernard Gordon. El Cid premiered on December 6, 1961 at the Metropole Theatre in London, and was released on December 14 in the United States. The film received largely positive reviews praising the performances of Heston and Loren ...

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  6. The Big Combo is a 1955 American film noir crime film directed by Joseph H. Lewis and photographed by cinematographer John Alton, with music by David Raksin.. The film stars Cornel Wilde, Richard Conte and Brian Donlevy, as well as Jean Wallace, who was Wilde's wife at the time.

  7. Dillinger. (1945 film) Dillinger is a 1945 gangster film noir telling the story of John Dillinger . The film was directed by Max Nosseck. Dillinger was the first major film to star Lawrence Tierney. The B-movie was shot in black and white and features a smoke-bomb bank robbery edited into the film from the 1937 Fritz Lang film You Only Live Once.

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