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Verne Jay


Real Name
Verne Jay
The Mutual Broadcasting System


First "Shadow" publication

Place of Birth
United States of America

Date of Birth
Date of Death


Professional History

Verne Jay was a radio show writer who wrote a few scrips for "Mr. and Mrs. North" and "Grand Central Station," as well as two of the so-called "Lost" Shadow scripts from 1944 -- Flames of Death and Death in the Tomb. He later wrote for television including a 1966 episode of "Gunsmoke."

Work History

Images Attributed to Verne Jay


  • "Papers of Verne Jay and Helen Jay (1925-1989)": a collection of his radio scripts is archived at the University of Wisconsin Film and Theater Center.


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See Also

Official Website

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