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Born: August 20, 1919 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: Writer ...
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2000:
Adapted 1964 screenplay of "Fail Safe" for a live broadcast starring George Clooney
1976:
Appeared in feature-length documentary "Hollywood on Trial"
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Blacklisted during the 1950s
1960:
Did uncredited screenwriting on "The Magnificent Seven"
1948:
First film credit (as co-adaptor), "Kiss the Blood Off My Hands"
1988:
Scripted "The House on Carroll Street"
1997:
Adapted David Feldshuh's award-winning play "Miss Evers' Boys" into an acclaimed HBO movie
1977:
Had bit part as Annie's date outside movie theater in "Annie Hall"
1977:
Penned the screenplay adaptation of "Semi-Tough"
1999:
Penned the teleplay for the CBS movie "Durango"
1991:
Directed and wrote the "Return to Kansas City" segment of the HBO anthology "Women & Men II"
1959:
First screenwriting credit after blacklisting, "That Kind of Woman", directed by Sidney Lumet
1995:
Provided the story for the WWII-era drama about interracial love, "The Affair"
1976:
Scripted the blacklist-themed drama "The Front", starring Woody Allen
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While staff sergeant in the Army during WWII wrote "Reporter-at-Large" column for <i>The New Yorker</i> and was roving correspondent for <i>Yank</i> magazine; became staff writer for <i>The New Yorker</i> after war
1979:
Contributed to the script of "Yanks"
1980:
Film directing debut (also writer), "Little Miss Marker"
1970:
First film as co-producer (with director Martin Ritt), "The Molly Maguires"; also wrote screenplay
1964:
Penned the screenplay for "Fail Safe", directed by Lumet
1978:
Produced and wrote two pilots for a proposed series about a detective named "Sparrow"; neither sold

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