Warren Duff participated in multiple aspects of the entertainment industry including acting, producing and writing for both
film and television. The collection consists of scripts related to the career of writer Warren Duff.
There is currently very little biographical information available about Warren Duff. Born May 17, 1904 in San Francisco CA,
Duff participated in multiple aspects of the entertainment industry including acting, producing and writing for both film
and television. Perhaps best known for his work as a writer, Duff garnered an Edgar Allen Poe Award nomination for his film
Chicago Deadline in 1950. Warren Duff died of cancer in in Los Angeles, CA on August 5, 1973.
7 boxes (3.25 linear ft.)
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