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The Washington Post (28/Sep/1988) - Michael Fessier



Michael Fessier

Michael Fessier, 82, a retired MGM movie scriptwriter who also wrote scripts for television and was the author of short stories, died Sept. 20 in Northridge, Calif. The cause of death was not reported.

He wrote the movies "You'll Never Get Rich" and "You Were Never Lovelier," starring Fred Astaire, and "It All Came True," starring Humphrey Bogart. He also wrote for television's "Bonanza" and "Alfred Hitchcock Presents...

His short fiction pieces appeared in Story and Esquire magazines. His story "That's What Happened to Me" has been published in 70 anthologies.