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- Alan Seymour, is an Australian playwright and author. His father was killed in a wharf accident when Alan was nine, and after that he was brought up by his sister May and her husband, Alfred Chester Cruthers. He was educated at Perth Modern School, leaving at 15 after failing to complete the Junior Certificate. He found work as a radio announcer in a commercial radio station 6PM. During his two years there he wrote a number of short radio plays that were broadcast live. In 1945 he moved to Sydney where he worked as an advertising copy-writer with 2UE.
- Alan Seymour a.k.a. S. Fowler Wright: Sydney Fowler Wright was a prolific British editor, poet, science fiction author, writer of screenplays, mystery fiction and works in other genres, as well as being an accountant and a conservative political activist.
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The Encyclopedia of Fantasy (1999)
by John Clute, John Grant
Writer Alan Seymour. Based on C.S. LEWIS'S The Chronicles of Narnia (1950-56 ). Starring Sophie Cook (Susan), Richard Dempsey (Peter), Barbara Kellermann ( White Witch), Jonathan Scott (Edmund), Sophie Wilcox (Lucy). The Lion, the ...
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