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Edwin J. Burke

Edwin J. Burke
Born (1889-08-30)August 30, 1889
Albany, New York, USA
Died September 26, 1944(1944-09-26) (aged 55)
New York City, New York, USA
Other names Edwin Burke
Occupation screenwriter and playwright
Years active 1928-1936

Edwin J. Burke (August 30, 1889 – September 26, 1944) was an American screenwriter who was most known for writing some of Shirley Temple's earlier films.

He won an Academy Award at the 5th Academy Awards in the category of Best Adapted Screenplay for the film Bad Girl.[1]

He was also a successful playwright.[2] He wrote the play that inspired the film This Thing Called Love.

Filmography

Only films that he wrote the screenplay for, not ones that were adapted from his plays-unless if he helped write the screenplay to it.

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