Sid Caesar papers, 1950-1963.
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Neil Simon (b. Marving Neil Simon, July 4, 1927, Bronx, New York-d. August 26, 2018, Manhattan, New York), American playwright, screenwriter and author....
Lucille Kallen (1922 - 1999) was a prolific writer, proficient in many genres, who helped shape the early direction of American television humor, but is perhaps best remembered as the author of the C.B. Greenfield mystery novels. Kallen, who was was the only female writer on the staff of Your Show of Shows in a time when men dominated the industry, also wrote for radio, theater, and television. While still establishing herself as a radio writer in the late 1940s, Kallen ...
Actor and comedian. From the description of Sid Caesar papers, 1950-1963. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70983146 Biographical Note 1922, Sept. 8 Born, Yonkers, N.Y. 1939 1942 New York City ...
American actress. From the description of An oral history interview with Nanette Fabray / conducted for the Kurt Weill Foundation for Music by Peggy Meyer Sherry, Pacific Palisades, CA, 1991 October 1 : recording and transcript. (Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison). WorldCat record id: 122520680 ...
Mel Brooks, composer, lyricist, and co-librettist. Thomas Meehan, co-librettist. From the description of The producers: typescript, n.d. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122607046 ...
Michael Stewart, librettist, lyricist, playwright, and novelist was born Myron Rubin on August 1, 1924 in New York City. He attended Queens College and received a Master of Fine Arts in drama from Yale in 1953. During the 1950's he contributed sketches and lyrics to revues, among them: Razzle Dazzle (at the Edison Theater), The Shoestring Revue (1955), The Littlest Revue (1956) and Shoestring '57 . He also wrote for television, most notably for Sid Caesar's Your Show of Shows, where he collabora...
Larry Simon Gelbart was born in Chicago, IL, Feb. 25, 1923-28 (sources vary); at age 16 he began comedy writing for radio's Maxwell House coffee times; from 1946-52, he continued writing for a variety of radio series such as Duffy's tavern (1946), Command performance (1946-47), and The Bob Hope show (1949-52); started writing for television in 1950 and worked on shows including The Red Buttons show and Caesar's television comedy hour; started his career playwriting in the early 1960s with the th...