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Howard Browne

Born: 1908 in Omaha, Nebraska
Pen Name: None

Connection to Illinois: Mr. Browne lived and worked in Chicago for part of his life.

Biography: 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.


Primary Literary Genre(s): Fiction

Primary Audience(s): Adult readers

Howard Browne on WorldCat :

Selected Titles

  Halo for Satan /
ISBN: 0948353198 OCLC: 18325173

No Exit, Harpenden : 1988, ©1948.

  Pork city.
ISBN: 0749000805 OCLC: 24906329

Allison & Busby, London : 1989, ©1988.

Scotch on the rocks /
ISBN: 0312055099 OCLC: 22506359

St. Martin's Press, New York : 1991.

Thin air /
ISBN: 0881840580 OCLC: 10478080

Carroll & Graf Pub., New York : ©1983.