Thompson Buchanan

Thompson Buchanan (June 21, 1877 - October 15, 1937) was an American writer. While a journalist he began writing novels, and then turned to plays, with 1909's ''A Woman's Way'' starring Grace George being his first hit. He began writing for movies in 1916, and also wrote radio sketches.

Buchanan was married twice. First to Katharine Winterbotham from 1915-1927, and then actress Joan Lowell from 1927-1929.

Buchanan died in Louisville, Kentucky on October 15, 1937, suffering a heart attack during a trip to visit family. Provided by Wikipedia
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