Philip Gibbs

Philip Gibbs

Philip Gibbs was an English writer, and screenwriter.

Philip Gibbs was born , in London, England, United Kingdom.

He died on Saturday, March 10th, 1962 at the age of eighty-four (84) in Godalming, Surrey, England, United Kingdom.

Philip Gibbs has written the story of movies such as "Captured!", released in 1933.

Philip Gibbs was an author whose work has been adapted to the Big Screen with movies such as .

Also a screenwriter, Philip Gibbs has worked on .



Directed by: R. Del Ruth, starring L. Howard, D. Fairbanks Jr., P. Lukas, M. Lindsay...


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