Baynard Kendrick American writer
Baynard Kendrick is a 83 years old American writer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Baynard Kendrick was born on January 01, 1894 (died on January 01, 1977, he was 83 years old) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Birth Place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Birth Sign :Capricorn
Baynard Hardwick Kendrick wrote whodunit mystery novels about Duncan Maclain a blind private investigator who worked with his two German shepherds and his household of assistants to solve murder mysteries. The novels were the basis for two films starring Edward Arnold Eyes in the Night and The Hidden Eye. Kendrick was credited by Stirling Silliphant for being the source of the Longstreet character about a blind insurance investigator.
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No, he died on 01/01/1977, 46 years ago. He was 83 years old when he died. He died in Ocala
Baynard Kendrick Movies (5)
There are 5 movies of Baynard Kendrick.
His first feature film was Bright Victory (1951). He was 57 when he starred in this movie. Since 1951, he has appeared in 5 feature films. The last one is The Last Express (1938). .Baynard Kendrick movies.
Baynard Kendrick movie characters
The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:
|Novel||Bright Victory (1951)||57|
|Novel||Eyes in the Night (1942)||48|
|Characters||The Hidden Eye (1945)||51|
|Novel||The Last Express (1938)||44|
Awarded Edgar Award .
Other facts about Baynard Kendrick
|Family name||Kendrick. Show people with the surname Kendrick|
|Country of citizenship||United States Of America|
|Place of death||Ocala|
|Languages spoken, written or signed||American English|
|Date of death||1977-03-22T00:00:00Z|