Edmund Hall North (March 12, 1911 – August 28, 1990), was an American screenwriter who shared an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay with Francis Ford Coppola in 1970 for their script for Patton. North wrote the screenplay for the 1951 science-fiction classic The Day the Earth Stood Still and is credited for creating the famous line from the film, "Klaatu barada nikto". North was a former president of the screen branch of the Writers Guild of America in which he served on more than 40 committees, including the contract-bargaining panel.

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  • Edmund H. North (* 12. März 1911 in New York City, New York; † 28. August 1990 in Santa Monica, Kalifornien) war ein US-amerikanischer Drehbuchautor, der 1971 mit Francis Ford Coppola für den Kriegsfilm Patton – Rebell in Uniform den Oscar für das beste Originaldrehbuch erhielt. (de)
  • Edmund H. North Edmund Hall North est un scénariste américain né le 12 mars 1911 à New York (État de New York) et mort le 28 août 1990 à Santa Monica (Californie). (fr)
  • Edmund Hall North (March 12, 1911 – August 28, 1990), was an American screenwriter who shared an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay with Francis Ford Coppola in 1970 for their script for Patton. North wrote the screenplay for the 1951 science-fiction classic The Day the Earth Stood Still and is credited for creating the famous line from the film, "Klaatu barada nikto". He was a son of Bobby North and Stella Maury who performed in vaudeville and the Ziegfeld Follies. North began writing plays while attending Culver Military Academy in Indiana and at Stanford University. As a major in the U.S. Army Signal Corps during World War II he made training and educational films. North was a former president of the screen branch of the Writers Guild of America in which he served on more than 40 committees, including the contract-bargaining panel. North and his wife, Collette had two daughters, Susan and Bobbie. He lived in Brentwood, Los Angeles, and was 79 when he died. (en)
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  • Edmund H. North (* 12. März 1911 in New York City, New York; † 28. August 1990 in Santa Monica, Kalifornien) war ein US-amerikanischer Drehbuchautor, der 1971 mit Francis Ford Coppola für den Kriegsfilm Patton – Rebell in Uniform den Oscar für das beste Originaldrehbuch erhielt. (de)
  • Edmund H. North Edmund Hall North est un scénariste américain né le 12 mars 1911 à New York (État de New York) et mort le 28 août 1990 à Santa Monica (Californie). (fr)
  • Edmund Hall North (March 12, 1911 – August 28, 1990), was an American screenwriter who shared an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay with Francis Ford Coppola in 1970 for their script for Patton. North wrote the screenplay for the 1951 science-fiction classic The Day the Earth Stood Still and is credited for creating the famous line from the film, "Klaatu barada nikto". North was a former president of the screen branch of the Writers Guild of America in which he served on more than 40 committees, including the contract-bargaining panel. (en)
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