Louis Pelletier

Active - 1962 - 1969  |   Born - Jan 1, 1907   |   Died - Feb 11, 2000   |   Genres - Drama, Children's/Family

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Screenwriter Louis Pelletier's greatest claim to fame was his involvement with the radio drama The FBI in War and Peace, which he co-wrote with an Army buddy he met while serving in World War II. The show ran over 500 episodes and lasted for ten years. In the realm of film, Pelletier wrote the scripts for a handful of films, as well as a number of television shows for Disney. In early 2000, Pelletier died at the age of 93.

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