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Full Name: Herbert Clyde Lewis
(1909-1950) Novelist, screenwriter. Herbert Clyde Lewis lived and worked in New York City.
Author's Timeline:
1909 (Unknown) County
Herbert Clyde Lewis was born in New York City on August 15, 1909. 
1937 (Unknown) County
Gentleman Overboard
(Pub: The Viking Press ISBN: )
1939 (Unknown) County
Fisherman's Wharf
Mr. Lewis, Bernard Schubert, and Ian McLellan Hunter wrote the screenplay for the film, "Fisherman's Wharf." 
1939 (Unknown) County
Escape To Paradise
Mr. Lewis wrote the story for the film, "Escape To Paradise," with Ian McLellan Hunter and Weldon Melick. 
1940 (Unknown) County
Spring Offensive
(Pub: The Viking Press ISBN: )
1941 New York County
Season's Greetings
(Pub: New York: Dial ISBN: )
Novel set in Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York. 
1959 (Unknown) County
The Silver Dark
(Pub: Pyramid Books ISBN: )
1942 (Unknown) County
Two-Faced Qulligan
(Pub: Story (Magazine) ISBN: )
Mr. Lewis wrote the story, "Two-Faced Qulligan," on which the screenplay for the 1945 film, "Don Juan Qulligan," was based. 
1946 (Unknown) County
D-Day in Las Vegas
Mr. Lewis wrote the story, "D-Day in Las Vegas," on which the screenplay for the 1946 film, "Lady Luck," was based.  
1949 (Unknown) County
Patent Applied For
Mr. Lewis wrote the story, "Patent Applied For," on which the screenplay for the 1949 film, "Free For All," was based.  
1947 (Unknown) County
The Fifth Avenue Story
Mr. Lewis, with Frederick Stephani, wrote the story, "The Fifth Avenue Story," on which the screenplay for the 1947 film, "It Happened on Fifth Avenue," was based. Mr. Lewis and Mr. Stephani received an Academy Award nomination for best story. 
1950 New York County
Herbert Clyde Lewis died at the Hotel Earle in Manhattan, New York, on October 17, 1950. 

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