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(1958) Novel: "The Oldest Confession" (aka "The Happy Thieves"; filmed as The Happy Thieves (1961))

(1959) Novel: "The Manchurian Candidate" (filmed as The Manchurian Candidate (1962), The Manchurian Candidate (2004))

(1960) Novel: "Some Angry Angel"

(1961) Novel: "A Talent for Loving; or, The Great Cowboy Race" (filmed as A Talent for Loving (1969))

(1964) Novel: "An Infinity of Mirrors"

(1966) Novel: "Any God Will Do"

(1967) Novel: "The Ecstasy Business"

(1969) Novel: "Mile High"

(1971) Novel: "The Vertical Smile"

(1972) Novel: "Arigato"

(1992) Novel: "The Venerable Bead"

(1994) Novel: "Prizzi's Money"

(1986) Novel: "Prizzi's Family"

(1988) Novel: "Prizzi's Glory"

(1972) Novel: "The Mexican Stove"

(1974) Novel: "The Star Spangled Crunch"

(1974) Novel: "Winter Kills" (filmed as Winter Kills (1979))

(1975) Novel: "Money Is Love"

(1976) Novel: "The Whisper of the Axe"

(1977) Novel: "The Abandoned Woman"

(1978) Novel: "Bandicoot"

(1978) Nove: "Death of a Politician"

(1980) Novel: "The Entwining"

(1982) Novel: "Prizzi's Honor" (filmed as Prizzi's Honor (1985)).

(1983) Novel: "A Trembling Upon Rome"

(1951) Stage: Associate Producer on "Stalag 17" on Broadway. Comedy/melodrama. Written by Donald Bevan and Edmund Trzcinski. Scenic / Lighting Design by John Robert Lloyd. Costume Design by Noel Taylor. General Manager: Milton Baron. Company Manager: J.R. Williams. Production Stage Manager: Buford Armitage. Stage Manager: Earl J. Brisgal. Assistant Stage Mgr: Eric Fleming. General Press Representative: David Lipsky. Assistant Press Representative: Joseph G. Lustig. Press Representative: Peggy Phillips. Advertising: Lawrence Weiner. Produced / directed by José Ferrer. 48th Street Theatre: 6 May 1951-21 Jun 1952 (472 performances). Cast: Jess Cain, Frank Campanella (as "Horney"), Garry Davis, John Ericson (as "Sefton"; Broadway debut), Eric Fleming, Douglas Henderson, Laurence Hugo, Harvey Lembeck (as "Harry Shapiro"), Curt Lowens, Frank Maxwell (as "Hoffman"), Allan Melvin (as "Reed"; Broadway debut), William Pierson, Richard Poston, Lothar Rewalt (as "Cpl. Shultz"), Mark Roberts, Ludwig Roth, Robert Shawley, Otto Simanek, Robert Strauss (as "Stosh"), Edwin Strome, Arthur Walsh.

(1995) Stage: Wrote (w/John Lahr) "The Manchurian Candidate," performed at the Shattered Globe Theatre in Chicago, IL, with Doug McDade and Linda Reiter in the cast. The crew included Laura Contey (director) and J.J. Porterfield (sound designer).


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