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Daniel Mainwaring

Daniel Mainwaring (22 July 1902 – 31 January 1977) was a novelist and screenwriter. A native of Oakland, California, he began his professional career as a journalist for the San Francisco Chronicle and enjoyed a successful career as a mystery novelist (under the name Geoffrey Homes). He also worked as a film publicist and eventually abandoned fiction for a successful career as a screenwriter.

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... Daniel Mainwaring (22 July 1902 – 31 January 1977) was a novelist and screenwriter ... Mainwaring explained to interviewer Pat McGilligan that he regarded the novel as a departure from his earlier literary efforts By the time Out of the Past appeared ... Losey, whose The Lawless was adapted by Mainwaring from the writer's own short story (publication undetermined), The Voice of Stephen Wilder, noted This is one of the things that makes me very close to ...

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