William Jacobs (31-10-1887, Chicago, Illinois, USA)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaWilliam Jacobs (October 31, 1887 - September 30, 1953) was an American screenwriter and producer for Warner Bros. He wrote 13 Hollywood movies and produced 59 more, including musicals.Jacobs joined Warner Bros. as a screenwriter in 1934. From 1938 to his death he produced movies for the studio. Movies he produced include Calamity Jane (1953), Christmas in Connecticut (1945), and Tea for Two (1950).William Jacobs died in 1953 in Beverly Hills, California, at age 65.

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