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J. P. Miller Biography (1919-2001)
Full name, James P. Miller; born December 18, 1919, in San Antonio, TX; son of Rolland James (a builder) and Rose Jetta (Smith) Miller; married Ayers Elizabeth Fite (marriage ended); married Juanita Marie Currie (marriage ended); married Liane Nicolaus, October 18, 1964; children: James P., Jr. (first marriage); John R., Montgomery A. (second marriage); Lisa Marie, Anthony Milo, Sophie Jetta (third marriage). Addresses: HOME--Stockton, NJ.
- Birth Details
- December 18, 1919
- San Antonio, Texas, United States
- Death Details
- November 1, 2001
- Flemington, New Jersey
- The Rabbit Trap, United Artists, 1959.
- (with Edward Anhalt) The Young Savages, United Artists, 1961.
- Days of Wine and Roses, Warner Brothers, 1962.
- Behold a Pale Horse, Columbia, 1964.
- The People Next Door, AVCO-Embassy, 1970, published by Dell, 1970.
- "The Rabbit Test," Philco TV Playhouse, CBS, 1954.
- "Days of Wine and Roses," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1958.
- "The People Next Door," CBS Television Playhouse, CBS, 1968.
- Also "Hide and Seek," "Old Tasslefoot," and "The Pardon-Me Boy," all Philco TV Playhouse, CBS.
- Your Money or Your Wife, CBS, 1972.
- The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case, NBC, 1976.
- Helter Skelter, CBS, 1976.
- Gauguin the Savage, CBS, 1980.
- Also The Preppie Killing and The Unwanted.
- The Race for Home (novel), Dial, 1968.
- Liv (novel), Dial, 1973.
- The Skook (novel), Warner Books, 1984.
- Has also written short stories and poetry for periodicals.
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