Earle Snell

Active - 1925 - 1956  |   Genres - Western, Action, Comedy

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American screenwriter Earle Snell's Hollywood career extended from 1925 to 1956. At first a specialist in comedies and romances, Snell concentrated on Westerns and crime melodramas after 1931. He spent the mid-'30s as a staff writer for the Columbia B-unit, then moved to Monogram in the early '40s, returning to comedy with his scripts for the studio's East Side Kids and Shemp Howard-Billy Gilbert vehicles. Earle Snell freelanced during his last active decade in films; his final project was another Western, The Desperadoes Are in Town.

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