Ann de Toth, Screenwriter and Widow to André de Toth, Dies at 82

Ann Green de Toth, a screenwriter and widow to director André de Toth, died March 3 in Toluca Lake, Calif. after a third battle with cancer. She was 82.

De Toth joined the film industry in 1969, after working on “Heart of Darkness” with producer Jeffrey Selznick and director Andrezej Wajd. In the following years, de Toth would collaborate with her husband on many of his films, including “El Condor,” “The Todd Killings,” “Click of The Hammer,” “Prelude and Fugue for Lovers,” “The Silent Nine,” “The Professor” and “The Fighting Temeraire.”

Born on June 16, 1940, in London, de Toth initially pursued secretarial training early in

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