Paul Yawitz

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Paul Yawitz
Born(1900-02-15)February 15, 1900
DiedJune 10, 1983(1983-06-10) (aged 83)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
United States
Years active1937–1957 (film)

Paul Yawitz (1900–1983) was an American journalist and screenwriter. [1]


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  1. Blottner p.59