Three Wise Guys
(TV Movie) (story "Three Wise Guys" - special recognition)
(TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
The Big Street
(from the Collier's Magazine story "Little Pinks")
Sports Columnist for the New York American (owned by William Randolph Hearst
, later re-named the New York Journal-American after merging with another Hearst publication, the New York Evening Journal), assigned to the (baseball) New York Giants beat, as well as International Boxing. Among other boxing notables, was known for "...
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2 Portrayals |
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The race is not always to the swift nor the battle to the strong -- but that's the way to bet.
Author of the short stories "Guys and Dolls," "Little Miss Marker," "The Old Doll's House," "The Big Mitten," "The Lemon Drop Kid," and "Lady for a Day." With the exception of "Guys and Dolls" (which was made as a film for the first time in 1955, nine years after his death), all of these stories were adapted as feature films during his lifetime, and remade or re-adapted after his death.