John Paxton (May 21, 1911, Kansas City, Missouri - January 5, 1985, Santa Monica, California) was an American screenwriter.
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... Paxton's work twice received the Mystery Writers of America's Edgar Award for Best Motion Picture Screenplay, for Murder, My Sweet and Crossfire ... Before coming to Hollywood in the 1940s, Paxton worked as a journalist and a publicist ... Paxton was an uncle of comic book writer Ed Brubaker as well as retired army intelligence officer, Col ...
... Surnames Bill Paxton (born 1955), American actor Elisha F ... Paxton (1828–1863), American Civil War general in the Confederate army Gary S ... Paxton (born 1938), American musician, producer Geoffrey Paxton, Australian Anglican minister George Paxton, American 1930s and 1940s big band leader, composer, and arranger James Paxton (born 1994 ...
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“She was a charming middle-aged lady with a face like a bucket of mud. I gave her a drink. She was a gal whod take a drink if she had to knock me down to get the bottle.”
—John Paxton (19111985)
“Why dont you come up sometime n see me ? Im home every evening ... come on up, Ill tell your fortune.”
—Harvey Thew, screenwriter, John Bright, screenwriter, and Lowell Sherman. Lady Lou (Mae West)