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Verne Jay

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Real Name
Verne Jay
Employers
The Mutual Broadcasting System


Biography:
Gender

First "Shadow" publication

Place of Birth
United States of America

Date of Birth
Date of Death

1980

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


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Notes

  • "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.


Trivia

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See Also

Official Website

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