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Irving Shulman (1913–1995)

Irving Shulman was born on May 21, 1913 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. He was a writer, known for Rebel Without a Cause (1955), Harlow (1965) and The Ring (1952). He died on March 23, 1995 in Sherman Oaks, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

(1955)
Harlow Writer
(1965)
The Ring Writer
(1952)
(1953)

Filmography

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 1965/I Harlow (based on the book by)
 1962 General Electric Theater (TV Series) (story, written by - 1 episode)
- Ten Days in the Sun (1962) ... (story, written by)
 1960 College Confidential (screenplay)
 1959 Cry Tough (novel)
 1957 Baby Face Nelson (screenplay) / (story)
 1956 Terror at Midnight (story)
 1955 Rebel Without a Cause (adaptation)
 1953 Champ for a Day (screenplay)
 1952 The Ring (based on his novel) / (screenplay)
 1951 Journey Into Light (screenplay)
 1949 City Across the River (adaptation) / (novel "The Amboy Dukes")
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 1970 Life with Linkletter (TV Series)
Self - author
- Irving Shulman (1970) ... Self - author
 1967 The Mike Douglas Show (TV Series)
Self - Author
- Episode #7.53 (1967) ... Self - Author
 1964 Today (TV Series)
Self - Guest
- Episode dated 30 June 1964 (1964) ... Self - Guest
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Novelist, biographer and contract scriptwriter at Warner Brothers, educated at Ohio and Columbia universities. He was chiefly noted for introducing the theme of post-war urban juvenile delinquency with his best-selling books "The Amboy Dukes" (1947), "Cry Tough" (1949) and "The Big Brokers" (1951). He also wrote the original treatment for Rebel Without a Cause (1955), which catapulted James Dean ... See more »

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