1942-1988: Nolan Davis was the author of Six Black Horses. Nolan was originally from Missouri. Facing family issues, Nolan ran away to Ozanam Boys Home of Kansas City. Nolan joined the Navy’s journalism school and worked for the Navy Newspaper, the Amphibian. Nolan married and welcomed a son and daughter. Nolan continued college earning a Masters Degree from Stanford University in 1968. Nolan worked for Newsweek, The Evening Tribune, Fleet Home Town News Center (Director of media research), SHARC productions, Economic Opportunities Commission of San Diego County, San Diego, CA (Director of Public Relations), KNXT-TV, KABC-TV, and other news stations.
Author, Scriptwriter, Producer, News Articles: Nolan was a scriptwriter on Sanford and Son, Ironside, Six Black Horses, Fighting 99th, The Jazz Show with Billy Eckstein, The Stellar Story, Storyline ABC, Men (and Women) Managing Money, Shareholders Management Co., 1971, Race Relations Report, TV Radio Mirror, West, National Catholic Reporter, Oui, and Passing Through AKA Woni Spotts: First Black Woman to Travel to Every Country. Woni was happily tasked with traveling to every country and keeping meticulous notes regarding each location for Nolan's future works. Nolan was a member of Sigma Delta Chi, Authors League of America, and Writers Guild of America.
Writing & Arrangement
|Billy Brooks||Good News Blues Billy Brooks - Windows Of The Mind (Album)||Crossover Records (3)||US||1974||Sell This Version|
|Roger Hamilton Spotts||Tongue Roger Hamilton Spotts - Tongue (The Original Musical Score From The Motion Picture) (Album)||Chocolate Cities||US||1975||Sell This Version|
Acting, Literary & Spoken
|5004||Roger Hamilton Spotts||Roger Hamilton Spotts - Big Band (LP, Album)||Sea Pea Records||5004||US||1985||Sell This Version|