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Davis Grubb

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Jul 23, 1919

Davis Alexander Grubb was born in Moundsville

1939

Davis Grubb went to New York City as a page for NBC

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1944

Davis Grubb's first published story was "The Lollipop Tree" in Good Housekeeping

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1953

Davis Grubb wrote Night of the Hunter

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1954

Davis Grubb wrote A Dream of Kings

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1955

The Night of the Hunter was adapted to film

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1956

Davis Grubb wrote Shadow of My Brother

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1958

Davis Grubb wrote The Watchman

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1962

Davis Grubb wrote Voices of Glory

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1966

Davis Grubb published Shadow of My Brother

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1969

Davis Grubb published Fools' Parade

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1971

The film Fools' Parade premiered at the Court Theater in Wheeling

1971

Davis Grubb wrote The Barefoot Man

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1977

Davis Grubb returned to West Virginia for a statewide speaking tour

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1982

Davis Grubb's Ancient Lights was published posthumously

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1997

The Night of the Hunter was adapted for television

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