John Wayne
(Movies & TV)
William H. Clothier
(Movies & TV)
Randolph Scott
(Movies & TV)
Budd Boetticher
(Movies & TV)
Kirk Douglas
(Movies & TV)
The War Wagon

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Burt Kennedy

Knowledge Identifier: +Burt_Kennedy


Burt Kennedy

American screenwriter and director known for mainly directing film Westerns add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1922.

Countries: United States (60%), California (20%), (20%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: John Wayne, William H. Clothier, Randolph Scott




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Burt Kennedy was born in 1922 add something


Randolph Scott - In 1955 screenwriter Burt Kennedy wrote a script entitled "Seven Men from Now" which was scheduled to be filmed by John Wayne's Batjac Productions with Wayne as the film's star and Budd Boetticher as its director


Although the TV program was never produced it led the young writer to write screenplays for a number of Batjac films starting with the 1956 film "Seven Men from Now" add something


In the 1960s, after becoming a film director, Kennedy moved on to write for western television programs add something


The War Wagon - "'The War Wagon"' is a 1967 Western film starring John Wayne and Kirk Douglas, released by Universal Pictures, directed by Burt Kennedy, produced by Marvin Schwartz and adapted by Clair Huffaker from his own novel


William H. Clothier - He retired in 1972 after filming "The Train Robbers" for Burt Kennedy


In 1996, a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs, California, Walk of Stars was dedicated to him add something

Burt Kennedy died in 2001 add something