(1911 - 1993)
Richard Sale was an American author, screenwriter, and motion picture director.
In the 1940s, he graduated to slick publications like The Country Gentleman and The Saturday Evening Post.
In the mid-Forties, he made a career change from writing magazine fiction to writing screenplays.
His most remembered genre work was Lazarus #7 (1942), a novel about a doctor who learns to revitalize the dead.