Howard Browne

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General Information

Name: Howard Browne

Pen Name: None

Genres: Fiction

Born: 1908 in Omaha, Nebraska

Deceased: 1999 in Santiago, California

Illinois Connection

Mr. Browne lived and worked in Chicago for part of his life.

Biographical and Professional Information

Brown was a novelist who also wrote many screenplays including those for Portrait of a Mobster (1961), The St Valentine's Day Massacre (1967, with George Segel and Jason Robards), and, in 1975, Capone, written at the mildly astonishing age of 67, at a time when the average age of a motion-picture.

His television credits were legion. He wrote for most of the major entertainment series, including Public Enemy, Sugarfoot (Tenderfoot in the UK), Ben Casey, The Virginian, Run For Your Life, Alias Smith and Jones, The Rockford Files, Mission Impossible, Maverick, Mannix, Columbo, 77 Sunset Strip, as well as over 120 episodes of the classic oater Cheyenne.

Published Works

Thin Air, Carroll & Graf Publishers, 1984

Scotch on the Rocks , St Martins Pr, 1991

Pork City, Allison Busby, 1989

Halo for Satan, Hyperion Books, 1989

Titles for Purchase and at Your Library

Scotch on the Rocks

ISBN: 0312055099
Release Date: 1991-01

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Halo For Satan

ISBN: 0948353198
Release Date: 1988

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Literary Awards

External Links

Howard Browne on WorldCat

Howard Browne on Amazon


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