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Full Name: Richard L. Breen
Biography:
(1918-1967) Screenwriter. Richard L. Breen was born in Chicago, Illinois, and died in Los Angeles, California.
Author's Timeline:
1918 (Unknown) County
Richard L. Breen was born in Chicago, Illinois, on June 26, 1918. 
1940 Bronx County
Mr. Breen received a master of arts degree in philosophy from Fordham University in the Bronx, New York. 
1953 (Unknown) County
Titanic
Screenplay written by Richard L. Breen, Charles Brackett, and Walter Reisch, which won the Oscar for best screenplay in 1954. 
1948 (Unknown) County
A Foreign Affair
Screenplay written by Richard L. Breen, Billy Wilder, and Charles Brackett, based on a story by David Shaw. 
1948 (Unknown) County
Miss Tatlock's Millions
Screenplay written by Mr. Breen and Charles Brackett, based on a play by Jacques Deval. 
1953 (Unknown) County
Niagara
Screenplay written by Mr. Breen, Charles Brackett, and Walter Reisch. 
1955 (Unknown) County
Seven Cities Of Gold
Screenplay written by Richard L. Bree. 
1954 (Unknown) County
Dragnet
Screenplay written by Richard L. Breen. 
1955 (Unknown) County
Pete Kelley's Blues
Screenplay written by Richard L. Breen. 
1963 (Unknown) County
Captain Newman, M. D.
Screenplay written by Richard L. Breen, Henry Ephron, and Phoebe Ephron. 
1967 (Unknown) County
Tony Rome
Screenplay written by Mr. Breen. 
1963 (Unknown) County
Mary, Mary
Screenplay written by Mr. Breen. 
1967 (Unknown) County
Richard L. Breen died at St. Joseph's Hospital in Burbank, California, on February 1, 1967. 

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