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Junior Writer, Script Reader, RKO Studios; Storywriter, Blondie for Victory (1942); Screenwriter, with Michael Kanin, Sunday Punch (1942), My Pal Gus (1952), Rhapsody (1954), The Opposite Sex (1956), Teacher’s Pet (1958), The Right Approach (1961), The Swordsman of Siena (1962); Playwright, Goodbye, My Fancy (1948), The Gay Life (1961, title later changed to The High Life), Grind (1985); Playwright, with Michael Kanin, His and Hers (1954), Rashomon (1959); Telewriter, Heat of Anger (1972), Tell Me Where It Hurts (1974), Hustling (1975), Friendly Fire (1979), Heartsounds (1984); Coproducer, Friendly Fire (1979); Producer, Fun and Games (1980), Heartsounds Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (1979–83); (1984); President,Founding Trustee of the Writers Guild Foundation; Cochair, National Film Preservation Board (1989– ); Chair, American Film Institute Center for Film and Video Preservation
University of Southern California
May 09, 1917
New York, New York