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Sy Bartlett (July 10, 1900 – May 29, 1978) was an American author and screenwriter/producer of Hollywood films. Born Sacha Baraniev in Ukraine, he immigrated to the United States at the age of four and adopted the name Sidney Bartlett.Sy Bartlett was born on July 10, 1900 in the Black Sea seaport of Mykolaiv in southern Ukraine. His parents immigrated to the United States in 1904, settling in Chicago. Bartlett attended Northwestern University and was trained at the Medill School of Journalism.He worked as a newspaper reporter before moving to Hollywood to become a screenwriter. His first credited work was for RKO Studios in 1933 and he wrote 28 screenplays from 1933 to 1969. In the 1950s he became interested in producing films, and with film star Gregory Peck founded Melville Productions in 1956.Bartlett enjoyed being a Hollywood socialite in the 1930s and was well known for the Sunday barbecues he frequently hosted. He was sometimes connected by tabloids to scandals on occasion, and married three times, each time to Hollywood actresses – Alice White, Ellen Drew, and Patricia Owens. Of Jewish descent, Bartlett was understandably strongly anti-Nazi, once striking an employee of the German consulate in the face during a nightclub argument.Bartlett joined the United States Army during World War II as a captain and was assigned to the Army Pictorial Service. However he was not interested in making training films and used connections to meet Beirne Lay, Jr., who was on the staff of Army Air Forces Brig. Gen. Ira Eaker. Lay had a background in both journalism and Hollywood and arranged for Bartlett to meet Maj. Gen. Carl Spaatz, after which Bartlett became Spaatz's aide-de-camp.With the establishment of the Eighth Air Force in England, Bartlett was transferred there and joined the staff of the Eighth's Bomber Command as an Intelligence assistant. There he came into daily contact with the inner workings of Air Force commanders in England, including Brig. Gen. Frank A. Armstrong, and was a close observer of the development of the Eighth into a powerful combat force. In November 1944, Major Bartlett became the Wing Intelligence Officer for the B-29 315th Bomb Wing under Armstrong and served with it on Guam.Following World War II, Bartlett returned to Hollywood and joined 20th Century Fox as a writer. In 1946, he began a collaboration with Beirne Lay which resulted in the 1948 publication of the novel Twelve O'Clock High (Harper & Brothers), and in December 1949, the release of the film based on the same story (work on production began a year before publication).Bartlett died in Hollywood on May 29, 1978, aged 77, from cancer. Wikipedia

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Birth date: July 10, 1900, Mykolaiv, Ukraine
Death date: May 29, 1978, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
Birth place: Nikolayev, Kherson Governorate, Russian Empire [now Mykolaiv, Ukraine]
Profession:Writer, Producer
Education:Northwestern University
Spouse:Patricia Owens (m. 1956–1958), Ellen Drew (m. 1941–1949), Alice White (m. 1933–1937)
Books:Twelve O'Clock High

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1In the U.S. from 1904.
2Studied at Northwestern and Yale universities.
320th Century Fox contract writer from 1946.
4Formed Melville Productions, with Gregory Peck, in 1956.
5Studied at the Medill School of Journalism prior to becoming a reporter.
6An Air Force bombardier during World War II, Bartlett was in the lead plane of the first bombing mission over Berlin in March of 1942, and was the first American to drop bombs on Berlin during the war.



Che!1969screenplay / story
In Enemy Country1968story
12 O'Clock High1964-1967TV Series characters based on the novel - 78 episodes
A Gathering of Eagles1963story
Beloved Infidel1959screenplay
The Big Country1958screenplay
Suspicion1957TV Series writer - 1 episode
The Last Command1955story
That Lady1955
Paratrooper1953screen adaptation
Twelve O'Clock High1949novel / screenplay
Down to the Sea in Ships1949screenplay / story
13 Rue Madeleine1946original screenplay
The Princess and the Pirate1944story
Two Yanks in Trinidad1942screenplay / story
Bullet Scars1942based on an idea by
Road to Zanzibar1941based on a story by
Sandy Gets Her Man1940
The Amazing Mr. Williams1939screenplay / story
The Lady's from Kentucky1939uncredited
Cocoanut Grove1938screenplay / story
Sergeant Murphy1938story - as Cy Bartlett
Danger Patrol1937screen play
The Man Who Cried Wolf1937original screenplay
Under Your Spell1936story
Boulder Dam1936screen play
The Murder of Dr. Harrigan1936screen play
Going Highbrow1935screen play
Kansas City Princess1934screenplay / story
The Big Brain1933adaptation / dialogue / story



A Gathering of Eagles1963producer
Cape Fear1962producer
The Outsider1961producer
Pork Chop Hill1959producer
That Lady1955producer



Broadway to Hollywood1950TV SeriesHimself
The Hollywood Gad-About1934Documentary shortHimself (uncredited)

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