Claude Binyon was born on October 17, 1905. He was an American Author, Director, known for Satan never sleeps (1961), Take a letter, darling (1942), North to Alaska (1961), Claude Binyon's first movie on record is from 1933. Claude Binyon died on February 14, 1978 in Glendale, CA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1961.
Claude Binyon Filmography [Auszug]
1961: [/ /1] Satan never sleeps (Scenario), Directed by Leo McCarey, with Martin Benson, William Holden, Weaver Lee,
1961: [/ /1] North to Alaska (The big Sam) (Scenario), Directed by Henry Hathaway, with Oscar Beregi jr., Stewart Granger, Fred Graham,
1953: [10.22] Here Come the Girls (Director), with Bob Hope, Tony Martin, Arlene Dahl,
1952:  Dreamboat (Director), with Fred Clark, Clifton Webb, Helene Stanley,
1952:  Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick (Director), with Veda Ann Borg, Chick Chandler,
1948: [/ /1] Family Honeymoon (Abbandonata in viaggio di nozze) (Director), with Fred MacMurray, Claudette Colbert,
1943: [/ /1] This is the Army (Scenario), Directed by Michael Curtiz, with George Tobias, Gertrude Niesen, George Murphy,
1942: [/ /1] Take a letter, darling (Green-Eyed Woman) (Scenario), Directed by Mitchell Leisen, with Fred MacMurray, Rosalind Russell, Macdonald Carey,
1937: [12.24] True confession (Scenario), Directed by Wesley Ruggles, with Carole Lombard, Fred MacMurray, John Barrymore,
1934:  Ladies should listen (Scenario), Directed by Frank Tuttle, with Cary Grant, Frances Drake, Edward Everett Horton,
1933:  Gambling Ship (Story), Directed by Louis J. Gasnier, Max Marcin, with Cary Grant, Benita Hume, Roscoe Karns,
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