Robert G. Kane

Robert G. Kane, screenwriter and TV comedy writer, died May 8 in Marina del Rey from multiple thoracic complications. He was 65.

A member of the Writers Guild of America West, screen credits include “Kisses for My President” (1964) and “The Villain” (1979).

Kane began his career at Paramount Pictures as a messenger.

He is survived by two brothers and a sister.

Contributions to the Motion Picture Fund are suggested.

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