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Norman Rosten (1913–1995)

Norman Rosten was born on January 1, 1913 in New York City, New York, USA. He was a writer, known for Love, Marilyn (2012), Vu du pont (1962) and The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse (1948). He was married to Hedda Rosten. He died on March 7, 1995 in Brooklyn, New York City. See full bio »

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 2012 Love, Marilyn (Documentary) (excerpts from poem)
 1962 Vu du pont (screenplay)
 1950-1952 The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse (TV Series) (adaptation - 2 episodes)
- Bratt Farrar (1952) ... (adaptation)
- Brat Farrar (1950) ... (adaptation)
  Danger (TV Series) (adaptation - 1 episode, 1951) (teleplay - 1 episode, 1950)
- Marley's Ghost (1951) ... (adaptation)
- Surprise for the Boys (1950) ... (teleplay)
 1950 Starlight Theatre (TV Series) (adapted by - 1 episode)
- Before You Came Along (1950) ... (adapted by)
 1950 Cameo Theatre (TV Series) (adaptation - 1 episode)
- It Takes a Thief (1950) ... (adaptation)
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 2012 Love, Marilyn (Documentary)
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Stage: Adapted Joyce Cary's novel, "Mister Johnson," produced at the Lyric Theatre in London, England. Cast: Johnny Sekka, Cyril Raymond, Philip Bond, John Boxer. Frith Banbury was director. See more »
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He is survived by his companion, Ann Ware.

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