John C. Higgins


American screenwriter John C. Higgins specialized in complex murder mysteries during the 1930s and 1940s. Higgins' credits include Murder Man (1935), which served as the feature-film debut of James Stewart, and Kid Glove Killer (1942), director Fred Zinnemann's first full-length effort. During the postwar era, he penned several location-filmed,… More


John C. Higgins Videos

Railroaded: You're A Liar
3 minutes 16 seconds
Shield For Murder
1 minutes 40 seconds
Robinson Crusoe On Mars
4 minutes 2 seconds

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