James R. Webb
Date of Birth
Oct 04, 1909
Birth Place:
Denver, CO


An alumnus of Stanford University, James R. Webb was a busy and prolific magazine writer when he entered films in 1939. After an apprenticeship with the Republic western and serial units, Webb moved into the big leagues at Warner Bros., where he scripted such adventure films as South of St. Louis (1949), The Big Trees (1952) and The Iron Mistress (1953). He then spent a few years with...