A Face in the Crowd
(lyrics: "Free Man in the Morning" 1957 - uncredited, "Vitajex Jingle" 1957 - uncredited, "Just Plain Folks" 1957 - uncredited, "Old Fashioned Marriage" 1957 - uncredited, "Mama Guitar" 1957 - uncredited)
Short story, "'The Real Viennese Schmalz," 1941 (in Esquire)
2 Print Biographies
Budd Wilson Schulberg
Did You Know?
On testifying and naming names before the House Un-American Activities Committee: "I didn't especially like the [House] committee, but I didn't like the way the party was trying to take over the Screenwriters Guild - they had put four young people on the board, including me. I felt that what the party was doing secretively was very wrong - it could have been the Ku Klux Klan or the American Nazis...
Louis B. Mayer
told his father, B.P. Schulberg
, that his son should be deported. An exasperated B.P. replied that since Budd was a U.S. citizen raised in Hollywood, "Where the hell are you gonna deport him? Catalina Island?" Recounting the incident, Budd told journalist Cathy Seipp
, "My father was a very...