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John Michael Hayes

John Michael Hayes (born May 11, 1919) an American playwright. Hayes was born in Worcester, Massachusetts. He wrote for newspapers and radio shows before becoming a movie screenwriter. He wrote the screen plays for Peyton Place and four Alfred Hitchcock films: Rear Window, To Catch a Thief, The Trouble with Harry[?] and 1956's The Man who Knew Too Much. He later taught at Dartmouth College.



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