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  • DeWitt Bodeen - IMDb

    DeWitt Bodeen, Writer: Cat People. Bodeen started out as a stage actor and playwright. In his latter capacity, he enjoyed a moderate amount of success with "Escape to ...

  • DeWitt Bodeen - Wikipedia

    DeWitt Bodeen (July 25, 1908, Fresno, California — March 12, 1988, Los Angeles, California) was a film screenwriter and television writer best known for writing Cat ...

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  • DeWitt Bodeen - Wikidata

    DeWitt Bodeen (Q1179685) From Wikidata. Jump to: navigation, search. American screenwriter. edit. Language Label

  • DeWitt Bodeen | Filmography, Relationships

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  • DeWitt Bodeen (Author of Complete Films of Cecil B. DeMille)

    DeWitt Bodeen is the author of From Hollywood (3.67 avg rating, 3 ratings, 2 reviews, published 76), More from Hollywood! (5.00 avg rating, 2 ratings, 1 ...

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  • The Curse of the Cat People - Wikipedia

    Directed by: Robert Wise Gunther von Fritsch: Produced by: Val Lewton: Written by: DeWitt Bodeen Val Lewton (uncredited) Starring: Simone Simon Kent Smith ...

  • DeWitt Bodeen | Biography and Filmography | 1908

    Screenwriter Dewitt Bodeen began his career as a stage actor and a playwright. He entered films in the late 1930s as a reader at RKO and then became Aldous Huxley's ...

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