1 win & 4 nominations.
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(novel "The Stars in Their Courses")
(TV Series) (written by - 1 episode)
(TV Series) (story - 1 episode, 1962) (teleplay - 1 episode, 1962)
Lux Video Theatre
(TV Series) (play "A Sound of Hunting" - 1 episode, 1955) (previous screenplay - 1 episode, 1954)
He wrote the teleplay for a pilot for a proposed ABC dramatic series called "Diamond Jim" whose adventures were loosely based on the career of the real-life Diamond Jim Brady. The pilot starred Dale Robertson
Did You Know?
I liked "The True Glory" because it was made when I was in the army, by a crazy outfit known as the Anglo-American Film Unit, which had about 109 officers (from 2nd Lt. up to chicken Colonel), six sergeants and two, repeat two, private soldiers. I was the American private; Peter Ustinov was my British counterpart.
Novelist, poet and screenwriter. Prior to working in the film industry, he wrote for The New Yorker and Time magazines. Upon induction into the U.S. Army in 1941, he contributed a regular weekly column to the army publication Yank, featuring a goldbricking private named Archie Greengroin.