Earle Snell was an American writer, and screenwriter.
Earle Snell was born on May 23rd, in Santa Ana, California, United States. His zodiac sign was Gemini.
He died on Thursday, May 6th, 1965 at the age of seventy-nine (79) in Hollywood, California, United States.
Earle Snell has written the story of movies such as "Come Out Fighting", released in 1945, "Three of a Kind" (1944), "Let It Rain" (1927), "The Busher" (1919).
Also a screenwriter, Earle Snell has worked on movies such as "Bowery Champs", released in 1944, "Three of a Kind" (1944), "Days of Jesse James" (1939).
Come Out Fighting
Directed by: W. Beaudine, starring L. Gorcey, H. Hall, W. 'Billy' Benedict, G. Dell...
Directed by: W. Beaudine, starring L. Gorcey, H. Hall, G. Dell, W. 'Billy' Benedict...
Three of a Kind
Directed by: D. Ross Lederman, starring B. Gilbert, S. Howard, M. 'Slapsie Maxie' Rosenbloom, H. Gilbert...
Days of Jesse James
Directed by: J. Kane, starring R. Rogers, G. 'Gabby' Hayes, D. 'Red' Barry, P. Moore...
Let It Rain
Directed by: E. F. Cline, starring D. MacLean, S. Mason, W. Boteler, F. Campeau...
Heart of Juanita
Directed by: G. Middleton, starring B. Michelena, A. Morrison, A. Robson, C. Arper...
Directed by: J. Storm, starring C. Ray, C. Moore, J. Gilbert, J. Morley...
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