The screenwriter looks at the screenwriter

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Silman-James Press, 1972 - Performing Arts - 377 pages
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Screenwriters discuss their craft, the writer's role in the finished film, and collaborations with legendary directors and producers. Includes: Nunnally Johnson, I.A.L. Diamond, Buck Henry, Fay Kanin, Ring Lardner, Jr., Walter Brown Newman, Edward Anhalt, Stirling Silliphant, Lewis John Carlino, David Giler, William Bowers, Jonathan Axelrod.

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About the author (1972)

Emmy-winning William Froug is professor emeritus and former chair of the School of Theater Arts, Film, and Television at the University of California, Los Angeles. He has written five popular books on screenwriting, including "The Screenwriter Looks at the Screenwriter,"" Screenwriting Tricks of the Trade," and" "  "Zen and the Art of Screenwriting."

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