A.B. Guthrie Jr. Net Worth is
American tale writer and writer of novels which chronicle the settling from the American Western from 1830. Apart from These Thousand Hillsides (1959), Guthrie depicted a tough, generally unromanticised Western world, his works frequently filled up with accurate traditional detail. He went to the School of Washington (1919-20) and graduated using a bachelor’s level from the School of Montana in 1923. A previous journalist and professional editor from the Lexington Audience (1926-47), he gained the Pulitzer Award for his 1950 book ‘The Way Western world’. His best-known filmed functions will be the Big Sky (1952) (created in 1947, in regards to a 19th hundred years beaver trapper) and his Oscar-nominated screenplay for Shane (1953). Guthrie afterwards became a staunch environmentalist, donating 80 acres to the type Conservancy’s Pine Butte Swamp Conserve a year ahead of his death.
Known for movies
|The Way West||1967||novel "The Way West"|
|These Thousand Hills||1959||novel|
|The Big Sky||1952||novel "The Big Sky"|
|1954||Oscar||Academy Awards, USA||Best Writing, Screenplay||Shane (1953)|
|1954||WGA Award (Screen)||Writers Guild of America, USA||Best Written American Drama||Shane (1953)|