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Irving Stone (I) (1903–1989)

Irving Stone was born on July 14, 1903 in San Francisco, California, USA as Irvin Tenenbaum. He was a writer, known for Lust for Life (1956), The Agony and the Ecstasy (1965) and The President's Lady (1953). He was married to Jean Factor and Lona Mosk. He died on August 26, 1989 in Los Angeles, California. See full bio »

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Lust for Life
Lust for Life Writer
The President's Lady
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 1978 Im Zweifel für den Angeklagten (TV Movie) (based on the novel: "Clarence Darrow for the Defense" by)
 1965 The Agony and the Ecstasy (based on the novel: "The Agony and the Ecstasy" by)
 1956 Lust for Life (based on the novel by)
 1955 Climax! (TV Series) (based on a story by - 1 episode)
- Sailor on Horseback (1955) ... (based on a story by)
  General Electric Theater (TV Series) (adaptation - 1 episode, 1955) (novel "Love Is Eternal" - 1 episode, 1955)
- Love Is Eternal (1955) ... (adaptation) / (novel "Love Is Eternal")
 1953 The President's Lady (novel)
 1946 Magnificent Doll (original story and screenplay)
 1941 Arkansas Judge (novel "False Witness")
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 1971 The David Frost Show (TV Series)
- Episode #3.142 (1971) ... Himself

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Book (w/Jean Stone): "Adversary in the House" See more »

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American historical novelist, author of well-researched fictionalisations of historical personae. His recurring motif is that of the artist (Van Gogh, Michelangelo) as tortured, unappreciated romantic. See more »

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