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Full Name: Viola Brothers Shore
(1890-1970) Writer. Viola Brothers Shore was born in and died in New York City.
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1890 (Unknown) County
Viola Brothers was born in New York City on May 26, 1890. 
1970 (Unknown) County
Viola Brothers Shore died in New York City on March 27, 1970. 
1910 New York County
Ms. Shore attended New York University during the 1910s, and later taught writing there. 
1930 (Unknown) County
Stage Struck John Golden
(Pub: Samuel French ISBN: )
John Golden's autobiography written with Viola Brothers Shore. 
1930 (Unknown) County
We Must Recruit!
1921 (Unknown) County
The Heritage And Other Stories
(Pub: George H. Doran ISBN: )
Collection of short stories. 
1930 (Unknown) County
The Beauty Mask Murder
(Pub: Richard R. Smith, Inc. ISBN: )
1932 (Unknown) County
Murder On The Glass Floor
(Pub: Ray Long & Richard R. Smith, Inc. ISBN: )
1929 (Unknown) County
Dangerous Curves
Ms. Shore, Florence Ryerson, and Donald Davis wrote the screenplay for the 1929 film, "Dangerous curves." 
1933 (Unknown) County
Sailor Be Good
Ms. Shore, Ethel Doherty, and Ralph Spence wrote the screenplay for the 1933 film, "Sailor Be Good." 
1937 (Unknown) County
Breakfast For Two
Ms. Shore, David Garth, Charles Kaufman, and Paul Yawitz wrote the screenplay for the 1937 film, "Breakfast For Two." 
1938 (Unknown) County
Blond Cheat
Ms. Shore, Harry Segall, Charles Kaufman, and Paul Yawitz wrote the screenplay for the 1938 film, "Blond Cheat." 
1936 (Unknown) County
Walking On Air
Ms. Shore, Harry Ruby, Bert Kalmar, and Rian James wrote the screenplay for the 1936 film, "Walking On Air." 
? New York County
Ms. Shore attended Hunter College in Manhattan, New York. 

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