Portrait of David Swift

David Swift

Bio: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia David "Dave" Swift (July 27, 1919 – December 31, 2001) was an American screenwriter, animator, director, and producer. He is best known for writing the screenplay for the 1967 film How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
Born: Sun, Jul 27 1919
Birthplace: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

Death: Mon, Dec 31 2001
David Swift is 82 years old
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Movies (Acting Roles)

Poster of Pollyanna: The Making of a Masterpiece
Pollyanna: The Making of a Masterpiece
David Swift would have been no older than
82 in Pollyanna: The Making of a Masterpiece
as 'Self - Director / Writer'.
Tue, May 07 2002
Poster of Recreating Pollyanna's America
Recreating Pollyanna's America
David Swift would have been no older than
82 in Recreating Pollyanna's America
as 'Self'.
Tue, May 07 2002
Poster of Gossip From The Forest
Gossip From The Forest
David Swift was
60 in Gossip From The Forest
as 'General Groener'.
Sat, Jul 28 1979
Poster of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
David Swift was
47 in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
as 'Elevator Operator (uncredited)'.
Thu, Mar 09 1967
Poster of Good Neighbor Sam
Good Neighbor Sam
David Swift was
44 in Good Neighbor Sam
as 'TV Director (uncredited)'.
Wed, Jul 22 1964
Poster of Hamlet at Elsinore
Hamlet at Elsinore
David Swift was
44 in Hamlet at Elsinore
as 'Player King'.
Wed, Apr 15 1964
Poster of Pollyanna
Pollyanna
David Swift was
40 in Pollyanna
as 'Fireman (Uncredited)'.
Thu, May 19 1960

TV Shows (Acting Roles)

Ages in TV shows are based off the first air date and may not be accurate. View individual episode details for accurate ages
Poster of War and Peace
War and Peace
David Swift was
53+ in War and Peace
as ''.
First Air Date
Fri, Sep 29 1972
Poster of The Philco Television Playhouse
The Philco Television Playhouse
David Swift was
29+ in The Philco Television Playhouse
as ''.
First Air Date
Sun, Oct 03 1948