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  • Don Ettlinger - IMDb

    Trivia: Studied at Stanford University but was hired by 20th Century Fox as a screenwriter while still an undergraduate. Served in the Army Signals Corps during World ...

  • Don Ettlinger – Variety

    Don Ettlinger, a screenwriter whose credits ranged from features such as “Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm” to the popular TV soap opera “Love of Life,” died Aug. 7 ...

  • Don Ettlinger - Rotten Tomatoes

    Don Ettlinger Celebrity Profile - Check out the latest Don Ettlinger photo gallery, biography, pics, pictures, interviews, news, forums and blogs at Rotten Tomatoes!

  • Don Ettlinger | Biography, Movie Highlights and Photos ...

    Find bio, credits and filmography information for Don Ettlinger on AllMovie - With a career spanning over 13 years in Hollywood, and credits ranging from TV soap ...

  • Decoy (TV series) - Wikipedia

    Also known as: Decoy Police Woman: Genre: Crime drama: Written by: Jerome Coopersmith Don Ettlinger Steven Gardner Abram S. Ginnes Leon Tokatyan: Directed by

  • DON ETTLINGER Obituary - Westchester, New York |

    DON ETTLINGER passed away in Westchester, New York. The obituary was featured in The Journal News on February 23, 2011.

  • Don Ettlinger - Fan TV

    With a career spanning over 13 years in Hollywood, and credits ranging from TV soap operas to Broadway musicals, Don Ettlinger's versatile writing abilities led him ...

  • Life Begins in College - Wikipedia

    Life Begins in College; Directed by: William A. Seiter: Produced by: Harry Wilson: Written by: Don Ettlinger Karl Tunberg: Starring: The Ritz Brothers Joan Davis

  • HOLD THAT CO-ED: John Barrymore, George Murphy ... HOLD THAT CO-ED: John Barrymore, George Murphy, Marjorie Weaver, Joan Davis, Jack Haley, George Marshall, David Hempstead, Karl Tunberg, Don Ettlinger ...

  • Don Ettlinger - SFGate

    In World War II, Mr. Ettlinger was in the Army Signal Corps, stationed in Astoria, Queens, where he made secret Army training films. In the early days of television ...

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