Director, Dudley Nichols, was born on Apr 6, 1895 in Wapakoneta, OH. Nichols died at the age of 64 on Jan 4, 1960 in Hollywood, CA .
HONORS and AWARDS:.
Dudley Nichols was nominated for three Academy Awards, winning one for Best Writing for The Informer in 1935.
|1935||Best Writing||The Informer (1935)||N/A||Won|
|1940||Best Writing||The Long Voyage Home (1940)||N/A||Nominated|
|1943||Best Writing||Air Force (1943)||N/A||Nominated|
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