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Mart Crowley

Mart Crowley was born on August 21, 1935 in Vicksburg, Mississippi, USA. He is known for his work on The Boys in the Band (1970), Hart to Hart (1979) and People Like Us (1990). See full bio »
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 1980-1983 Hart to Hart (TV Series) (producer - 67 episodes)
- A Lighter Hart (1983) ... (producer)
- Too Close to Hart (1983) ... (producer)
- Hartstruck (1983) ... (producer)
- A Change of Hart (1983) ... (producer)
- The Wayward Hart (1983) ... (producer)
 1970 The Boys in the Band (producer)
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"The Men from the Boys: A Sequel to The Boys in the Band" (play published in 2004) See more »

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After several of his scripts were not produced in the mid-1960s, he was broke, and fell into depression. Close friend Natalie Wood offered him psychoanalysis for a birthday present, which at first he turned down, but wrote about it in his journal. A few months later, regretting not taking her up on the offer, but not knowing how to ask her for it, he took his journal to her house, opened up to ... See more »

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