Kitty Buhler was a screen writer whose credits include the television series
My Three Sons and
The Untouchables. The collection includes 40-plus scripts related to Buhler's writing career.
Esther Dora Biolo (later Kitty Buhler and Esther Kitty Bradley) was born July 23, 1922 in New York City. She attended Manhattan
Business College, Kansas Wesleyan University, and the University of California, Los Angeles. From 1949-1951 she worked for
the United Press covering general news and the operation of B-29 activities in Okinawa during the Korean conflict. During
this time she also wrote a daily column for Stars and Stripes called Dapers by Kit. She met WWII General Omar Bradley in 1950 (in Okinawa) and the two eventually married following the death of Bradley's
first wife in 1965. She returned to Southern California in the mid-1950s and started writing for the entertainment industry.
Among her credits are the episodic television series My Three Sons, The Untouchables and The 20th Century Fox Hour, and feature film China Doll, which starred Victor Mature and Li Li Hau.
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