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Leonard Lee

4 September 1903 - 24 August 1964

Leonard Lee was born in 1902 and educated at Princeton. He wrote a number of stories for The Saturday Evening Post in the 1930s, and in the 1940s he became one of the contributing authors to the Sherlock Holmes radio program. He was most successful as a screenwriter in Hollywood, California, where he wrote the screenplay for Dressed to Kill, The Fat Man, Spy Hunt, The Glass Web, and many others. In the 1950s he began writing for television, and eventually this was his exclusive work. The Twisted Mirror, published in 1947, was his only novel.

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December 18, 2008 Edited by caf21 Added personal name, added location, added birth date, added death date, added bio
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