Barry Trivers

Barry Trivers

Barry Trivers was an Egyptian writer, screenwriter, and composer.

Barry Trivers was born on February 12th. His zodiac sign was Aquarius.

He died on Monday, August 17th, 1981 at the age of seventy-four (74) in Los Angeles County, California, United States.

Barry Trivers has written the story of movies such as .

Also a screenwriter, Barry Trivers has worked on movies such as "Flying Tigers", released in 1942.



Flying Tigers
Directed by: D. Miller, starring J. Wayne, J. Carroll, A. Lee, P. Kelly...


Message board

No message has yet been posted about Barry Trivers.

Start a Topic

There is no image yet.
  • Due to health issues, this site has been maintained on and off during the last few years. Some information is outdated, and I am trying to fix things progressively. I am developing this site alone as a hobby and in case anyone could enjoy it; profits from ads, if any, are used to try to help improve the life of my best friend, who is disabled, and to support a charity which rescues cats. Thank you in advance for your indulgence -The Webmaster-
  • Messages posted at this site are the sole opinion and responsibility of the poster. In no way will be liable or responsible for their content. If you believe something is inappropriate please do not hesitate to report it.
  • Information available at this site are based on the contributions submitted by visitors and registered members of I cannot guarantee the validity, accuracy or reliability of the information found here. If it contains mistakes, I truly apologize. You can use the contact form to submit additionnal information. Thank you!
Picture "The Untouchables"Picture "Detective Dee"Photo features Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Kate Lloyd) from "The Thing"Picture "The Last Exorcism"Picture "Full Metal Jacket"Picture "Courageous"Picture "He's Just Not That Into You"Picture "Crazy on the Outside"Picture "Neds"Picture "Sparkle"Picture "Surrogates"Picture "Rammbock: Berlin Undead"Photo showing Reese Witherspoon (Marlena Rosenbluth) issued from "Water for Elephants"