Herman Mankiewicz

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Herman J. Mankiewicz
... Herman Jacob Mankiewicz (pronounced MAN-kyeh-vich November 7, 1897 – March 5, 1953) was an American screenwriter, who, with Orson Welles, wrote the screenplay for Citizen Kane (1941) ... Alexander Woollcott, said that Herman Mankiewicz was the "funniest man in New York" ... Both Mankiewicz and Welles received Academy Awards for their screenplay ...
Citizen Kane - Screenplay - Authorship
... of the screenplay, which the credits attribute to both Herman J ... Mankiewicz and Orson Welles ... Mankiewicz biographer Richard Meryman notes that the dispute had various causes, including the way the movie was promoted ...
Herman J. Mankiewicz - Writer and Screenwriter - Citizen Kane
... Mankiewicz is best known for his collaboration with Orson Welles on the screenplay of Citizen Kane, for which they both won an Academy Award and later became a ... Pauline Kael attributed Kane's screenplay to Mankiewicz in an essay for which she did not interview Welles and has since been hotly disputed by ... According to film biographer David Thomson, however, "No one can now deny Herman Mankiewicz credit for the germ, shape, and pointed language of the screenplay..." Mankiewicz biographer Richard Meryman ...

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    You know what I like about your program? Even when I’m running the vacuum, I can understand it.
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