Ben Starr (b.1921) was president of the Radio Writers Guild, West and Television Writers of America. The collection consists
of scripts by Ben Starr and various collaborators for television, radio, film, and a play. Includes scripts for
Our man Flint,
How to commit marriage,
The family way, and
My favorite Martian.
Starr was born October 18, 1921 in Manhattan, New York; BS, UCLA, 1942; air force navigator in B-17s for 3.5 years; after
his release from military service, Starr began writing in 1946; was president of Radio Writers Guild, West and Television
Writers of America.
6 boxes (3 linear ft.)
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