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Dwight Schmidlapp Is Not a Quitter 

Dick realizes he's been resting on his laurels as a writer when all of his attempts to get a book published under the pen name Dwight Schmidlapp are met with rejection.

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Dick decides to send his latest book to his publisher under his old pen name Dwight Schmidlapp hoping his publisher would find it amusing. But instead sends the book back. So Dick sets out to find a new publisher and insists on putting his pen name on the book. But when the book is being sent back, he starts to feel like he no longer has what it takes. That is until one of the inn's annoying guests tells of a publisher he knows. So Dick goes to see him but the man refuses to read an unknown's work. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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10 March 1986 (USA)  »

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When Dick receives mail from a publisher, he puts the envelope to his head to predict what it says, which the same thing Johnny Carson would he would portray Carnac the Magificient on The Tonight Show. See more »

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