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Allan R. Folsom (1941–2014)

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Educated at Boston College, he worked for David Wolper, wrote a few screenplays and short stories before the publishing rights for the hardcover and paperback editions for his "The Day After Tomorrow" were sold for the very big sum of 2$ millions.

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Known For

Desperate Intruder
(1983)
Hart to Hart
Hart to Hart Writer
(1982)
Untamed Frontier
(1967)
China: Roots of Madness
China: Roots of Madness Editorial Department
(1967)

Filmography

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 1983 Desperate Intruder (TV Movie) (teleplay)
  Hart to Hart (TV Series) (story - 1 episode, 1982) (written by - 1 episode, 1982)
- Blue and Broken-Harted (1982) ... (story)
- Harts and Palms (1982) ... (written by)
 1967 Untamed Frontier (TV Series documentary) (writer - 1 episode)
- Predators and Scavengers (1967) ... (writer)
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 1966 The Thin Blue Line (TV Movie documentary) (production assistant)
 1965 Pro Football: Mayhem on a Sunday Afternoon (TV Movie documentary) (production assistant)
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 1967 China: Roots of Madness (TV Movie documentary) (assistant editor)
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Book: "The Day After Tomorrow". New York: Little, Brown & Company.
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Trivia:

Educated at Boston College, he worked for David Wolper, wrote a few screenplays and short stories before the publishing rights for the hardcover and paperback editions for his "The Day After Tomorrow" were sold for the very big sum of 2$ millions.

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