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Budd Schulberg Biography (1914-)
Full name, Budd Wilson Schulberg; born March 27, 1914, in New York, NY; son of Benjamin P. (chief of production, Paramount Studios) and Adeline (a literary agent; maiden name, Jaffe) Schulberg; married Virginia Ray, July 23, 1936 (divorced, 1942); married Victoria Anderson, February 17, 1943 (divorced, 1964); married Geraldine Brooks (an actress), July 12, 1964 (died, 1977); marriedBetsy Anne Langman, June 9, 1979; children: Victoria (first marriage); Stephen, David (second marriage); Ben, Stuart, Jessica A. (fourth marriage). Addresses: OFFICE--Box 707, Westhampton Beach, New York, NY 11978. AGENT--c/o Alyss Dorese Agency, 41 W. 82nd Street, New York, NY 10024.
- Birth Details
- March 27, 1914
- New York, New York, United States
Credits; PRINCIPAL FILM WORK
- Producer (with Stuart Schulberg), Wind across the Everglades, Warner Brothers, 1958.
- producer, Joe Louis--For All Time (documentary), Big Fights/ABC Motion Pictures, 1984.
Credits; PRINCIPAL TELEVISION APPEARANCES; SPECIALS
- Bacall on Bogart, PBS, 1988.
- (With Harvey Breit) The Disenchanted, Coronet Theatre, New York City, 1958, published as The Disenchanted: A Drama in Three Acts, Random House, 1959.
- (book for musical, with Stuart Schulberg) What Makes Sammy Run?, 54th Street Theatre, New York City, 1964, published as What Makes Sammy Run?: A New Musical, Random House, 1964.
- (Additional dialogue) A Star Is Born, United Artists, 1937.
- (additional dialogue) Nothing Sacred, United Artists, 1937.
- (with Samuel Ornitz) Little Orphan Annie, Paramount, 1938.
- (with F. Scott Fitzgerald, Maurice Rapf, and Lester Cole) Winter Carnival, United Artists, 1939.
- (adaptor) Government Girl, RKO, 1943.
- (with Martin Berkeley) City without Men, Columbia, 1943.
- On the Waterfront, Columbia, 1954, published as On the Waterfront:A Screenplay, Southern Illinois University Press, 1980.
- A Face in the Crowd, Warner Brothers, 1957, published as A Face in the Crowd: A Play for the Screen, Random House, 1957.
- (with Stuart Schulberg) Wind across the Everglades, Warner Brothers, 1958, published as Across the Everglades: A Play for the Screen, Random House, 1958.
- Joe Louis: For All Time (documentary), Big Fights/ABC Motion Pictures, 1984.
- "The Pharmacist's Mate," Pulitzer Prize Playhouse, ABC, 1951.
- "A Table at Ciro's," Tales from the Hollywood Hills, PBS, 1987.
- A Question of Honor, CBS, 1982.
- "What Makes Sammy Run?," Sunday Showcase, NBC, 1959.
- Also Angry Voices of Watts, 1966.
- NOVELS,UNLESS INDICATED What Makes Sammy Run?, Random House, 1941.
- The Harder They Fall, Random House, 1947.
- The Disenchanted, Random House, 1950.
- Some Faces in the Crowd (short stories), Random House, 1953.
- Waterfront, Random House, 1955.
- (editor and author of introduction) From the Ashes: Voices of Watts (essays), New American Library, 1967.
- Sanctuary V, New American Library, 1969.
- (author of introduction) The Spratling File, by William Spratling, Little, Brown, 1970.
- Loser and Still Champion: Muhammad Ali (non-fiction), Doubleday, 1972.
- The Four Seasons of Success (non-fiction), Doubleday, 1972, revised as Writers in America: The Four Seasons of Success, Stein and Day, 1983.
- (author of introduction) The Fall and Rise of Jimmy Hoffa (non- fiction),by Walter Sheridan, Saturday Review Press, 1973.
- (author of introduction) Queer People, Southern Illinois University Press, 1976.
- (with photos by Geraldine Brooks) Swan Watch (non-fiction), Delacorte, 1975.
- Everything That Moves, Doubleday, 1980.
- Moving Pictures: Memories of a Hollywood Prince (autobiography), Stein and Day, 1981.
- Also contributed short stories and articles to periodicals and newspapers.
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