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Person Detail: Jack Lait

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General Information:
Full Name: Jack Lait
Biography:
(1883-1954) Journalist, author, playwright. Jack Lait was born in New York City and died in Beverly Hills, California.
Author's Timeline:
1883 (Unknown) County
Jacquin Leonard Lait was born in New York City on March 13, 1883. 
1954 (Unknown) County
Jack Lait died in Beverly Hills, California, on April 1, 1954. 
1954 (Unknown) County
Jack Lait was interred at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Hollywood, Los Angeles County, California. 
1948 (Unknown) County
New York Confidential
(Pub: Chicago: Ziff-Davis Publishing Company ISBN: )
Novel written with Lee Mortimer. 
1951 (Unknown) County
Washington Confidential
(Pub: Crown Publishers ISBN: )
Novel written with Lee Mortimer. 
1952 (Unknown) County
U. S. A. Confidential
(Pub: Crown Publishers ISBN: )
Novel written with Lee Mortimer. 
1950 (Unknown) County
Chicago Confidential
(Pub: Crown Publishers ISBN: )
Novel written with Lee Mortimer. 
1926 (Unknown) County
All the Funny Folks: The Wonder Tale of How the Comic-strip Characters Live and Love
(Pub: The World Today ISBN: )
Novel. 
1916 (Unknown) County
Beef, Iron and Wine
(Pub: Garden City: Doubleday, Page & Company ISBN: )
Novel. 
1932 (Unknown) County
The Beast Of The City
(Pub: Grosset & Dunlap ISBN: )
Novel. 
1930 (Unknown) County
Gangster Girl
(Pub: Grosset & Dunlap ISBN: )
Novel. 
1931 (Unknown) County
Help Wanted
(Pub: The Archer Press Corporation ISBN: )
Novel based on Mr. Lait's 1914 play of the same name.  
1930 (Unknown) County
Put On The Spot
(Pub: Grosset & Dunlap ISBN: )
Novel on which the 1931 film, "Bad Company," was based. 
? New York County
Mr. Lait was editor of the New York Daily Mirror and Sunday Mirror. 

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