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  1. Johanna Harwood (born 1930), a.k.a. J. M. Harwood, is a retired Irish screenwriter. She was born and raised in County Wicklow, Ireland. [1] [2] She co-wrote two James Bond films, and went uncredited for adaptation work on a third. [3] Life and career. Harwood entered the film industry in 1949.

  2. IMDbPro Starmeter See rank. Johanna Harwood was born in 1930 in County Wicklow, Irish Free State. She is a writer, known for Dr. No (1962), From Russia with Love (1963) and Ne jouez pas avec les Martiens (1968). She was previously married to René Clément.

  3. 23 de oct. de 2021 · The woman that saved Bond: how Johanna Harwood became 007’s first female writer 60 years before Phoebe Waller-Bridge rewrote 'No Time To Die', a young Irish writer brought 'Dr. No' back from...

  4. Johanna Harwood's contributions to Bond have been largely ignored or significantly reduced by others in their personal accounts – Dr Lisa Funnell. Initially, Harwood wrote the first rough...

  5. 23 de oct. de 2021 · Introducing Johanna Harwood – a French-speaking, Irish writer living in London – who was working as producer Harry Saltzman’s secretary during the early ’60s. But when pre-production on 1962’s Dr No went into crisis mode, Harwood found herself in the right place and time to snatch a golden opportunity.

  6. Johanna Harwood was born in 1930 in County Wicklow, Irish Free State. She is a writer, known for Dr. No (1962), From Russia with Love (1963) and Ne jouez pas avec les Martiens (1968). She was previously married to René Clément.

  7. 5 de oct. de 2022 · 5 October 2022. “James Bond has only one father – Ian Fleming.”. Screenwriter JOHANNA HARWOODs important role in the first two James Bond films has for too long been brushed aside in many 007 histories. Author FRÉDÉRIC ALBERT LEVY [with additional research by KEVIN HARPER] sets the record straight in this exclusive ...