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Jack Douglas, French writer. Recipient Emmy award Academy television Arts and Sciences, 1954. Member Writers Guild American, American Society of Composers, American Federation of television and Radio Artists.

Background

Douglas, Jack was born on July 17, 1920 in Papeete, French Polynesia. Came to the United States, 1923. Son of Edwin and Mabel (Findlay) Crickard.

Education

Graduated from high school, New York.

Career

Drummer, bandleader and singer, dancer, stand-up comedian. Freelance comedy writer.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: My Brother Was an Only Child, Never Trust a Naked Bus Driver, A Funny Thing Happened on My Way to My Grave, The Adventures of Huckleberry Hashimoto, The Neighbors Are Scaring My Wolf, Shut Up and Eat Your Snowshoes, What Do You Hear From Walden Pond?, Benedict Arnold Slept Here, Going Nuts in Brazil With Jack Douglas, also 1 play. Contributor numerous articles to magazines.

Membership

Member Writers Guild American, American Society of Composers, American Federation of television and Radio Artists.

Connections

Married Reiko Hashimoto, October 24, 1960. Children: Robert, Timothy.

father:
Edwin Crickard

mother:
Mabel (Findlay) Crickard

spouse:
Reiko Hashimoto

children:
Robert Douglas

Timothy Douglas