MORE, Julian. British (born Wales), b. 1928. Genres: Plays/Screenplays, Songs/Lyrics and libretti, Travel/Exploration. Career: Playwright, lyricist, screenwriter, journalist, and author of books. Publications: Don't Go Away, I Might Fall Down, 1963; Views from a French Farmhouse, 1985; Views from the Hollywood Hills, 1986; Views from a Tuscan Vineyard, 1987; A Taste of Provence: The Food and People of Southern France, 1988; Impressions of the Seine, 1991; More about France: A Sentimental Journey, 1992; A Taste of Burgundy, 1993; Pagnol's France, 1996; Impressionist Paris, 1998; Tour de Provence, 2001. BOOK AND LYRICS FOR STAGE MUSICALS: (with J. Gilbert) Grab Me a Gondola, 1956; Expresso Bongo, 1958; (book with W. Mankowitz, lyrics with D. Heneker and M. Norman) Irma La Douce, 1958; (with Heneker and Norman) The Art of Living (revue), 1960; (with Heneker and Norman) Songbook, 1978, as The Moony Shapiro Songbook, 1981; (with G. Becaud) Roza, 1987. SCREENPLAYS: Red and Blue, 1966; (with W.E. Bast) The Valley of Gwangi, 1969; Incense for the Damned (also known as Doctors Wear Scarlet and The Bloodsuckers), 1970; (with S. More) The Catamount Killing, 1975; Chanel Solitaire, 1981. Contributor of travel articles to periodicals. Address: c/o Abner Stein, 10 Roland Gardens, London SW7 3PH, England.