Published screenplay, "Across the Everglades: A Play for the Screen," (New York: Random House, 1958)
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Budd Wilson Schulberg
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Young people today seem to admire Sammy [his fictional character Sammy Glick]. I do find it rather disconcerting. Once I was speaking at a college, and a young man came up afterwards and said, 'I just want to shake your hand. I'm a senior, and I've been worrying about how I'll make it in the real world. And now that I've read your book, I'm inspired.'
Schulberg's assertion that Louis B. Mayer
used to meet with a German consul in Los Angeles to discuss cuts in his studio's movies that would help their release in Nazi Germany is documented in scholar Ben Urwand's controversial 2013 book, 'The Collaboration: Hollywood's Pact With Hitler'.