Larry Gelbart articles on Wikipedia
Larry Gelbart
Larry Simon Gelbart (February 25, 1928 – September 11, 2009) was an American television writer, playwright, screenwriter, director and author, most famous
May 11th 2017



Gelbart
Gelbart is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Larry Gelbart (1928–2009), American comedy writer Michel Gelbart (1899–1966), American
Aug 13th 2016



Mastergate
Mastergate is a play by Larry Gelbart, which he describes as "A Play On Words". The title refers to a fictional political scandal enacted on "Master Pictures
Dec 18th 2016



Mel Tolkin
staff that at times included Mel Brooks, Neil Simon, Danny Simon, and Larry Gelbart. The writers' room inspired the film My Favorite Year (1982), produced
Feb 10th 2017



Caesar's Hour
included most of the same writers and actors, with the notable addition of Larry Gelbart (who would go on to co-create the M*A*S*H TV series with Gene Reynolds)
May 5th 2016



Writers Guild of America Award for Best Original Screenplay
Annie HallWoody Allen and Marshall Brickman † 1979: Movie MovieLarry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller Best Original Drama 1980: The China SyndromeMike
May 21st 2017



The Notorious Landlady
film was directed by Richard Quine, with a script by Blake Edwards and Larry Gelbart. When American diplomat William Gridley (Jack Lemmon) arrives in London
Apr 19th 2017



Movie Movie
Harris and Ann Reinking featured in one each. The script was written by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller. The film is introduced by George Burns, who tells
Mar 25th 2017



United States (TV series)
sitcom (dramedy) that aired on NBC from March 11 until April 29, 1980. Larry Gelbart, the show's executive producer and chief writer, said the name United
Feb 10th 2017



Rough Cut (1980 film)
Rough Cut is a 1980 American heist film written by Larry Gelbart, directed by Don Siegel, and starring Burt Reynolds, Lesley-Anne Down and David Niven
Apr 16th 2017



Neighbors (1981 film)
upbeat ending. The screenplay of the film is officially credited to Larry Gelbart, although it was extensively rewritten, to Gelbart's public disapproval
Feb 25th 2017



Sheldon Keller
worked with notable writers Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, Selma Diamond, Larry Gelbart, Mel Tolkin, Michael Stewart and Gary Belkin. In 1956, 1957 and 1958
Mar 22nd 2017



The Marty Feldman Comedy Machine
de la Tour. It also featured sketches written by Barry Levinson and Larry Gelbart. Long unavailable for years, the complete series was to be released
Mar 18th 2017



The Conquering Hero
with a music by Mark Charlap, lyrics by Norman Gimbel, and book by Larry Gelbart. The musical was based on Preston Sturges's 1944 film Hail the Conquering
Feb 13th 2017



Francis Burns (disambiguation)
Francis Burns (footballer) (born 1948), Scottish former footballer Larry Gelbart (1928–2009), who used the pseudonym Francis Burns Frank Burns (disambiguation)
Oct 4th 2013



David Jablin
produce and direct the independent film Power Failure. The screenplay, by Larry Gelbart, is based on his Broadway play. The satirical comedy High Alert is now
Feb 3rd 2017



Weapons of Mass Distraction
fight over ownership of a professional football team. It was written by Larry Gelbart and directed by Stephen Surjik. This film was nominated for four Primetime
Apr 26th 2017



Stanford Tischler
Emmys also for M*A*S*H. Tischler died on January 15, 2014. He was 92. Larry Gelbart Emmy awards, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences http://emmytvlegends
Dec 21st 2016



And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself
directed by Bruce Beresford, written by Larry Gelbart and produced by Joshua D. Maurer, Mark Gordon, and Larry Gelbart. The cast also included Alan Arkin,
Dec 24th 2016



Larry Linville
commemorating the 20th anniversary of the series. In 1997 he joined Larry Gelbart (the producer and creator of M*A*S*H) and David Ogden Stiers (who played
Apr 18th 2017



Fast Track (U.S. TV series)
television series created by Markowitz Gary Markowitz, and executive produced by Larry Gelbart and Markowitz, which starred Keith Carradine. It aired on Showtime between
Feb 15th 2017



City of Angels (musical)
comedy with music by Cy Coleman, lyrics by David Zippel, and book by Larry Gelbart. The musical weaves together two plots, the "real" world of a writer
Apr 26th 2017



The Consultant
on January 17, 1975. It was written by Robert Klane, from a story by Larry Gelbart, and was directed by Gene Reynolds. Hawkeye and Trapper are off to
May 22nd 2017



Sly Fox (disambiguation)
Sly Fox is a comedic play by Larry Gelbart, based on Ben Jonson's Volpone. Sly Fox may also refer to: Sly Fox (band), an American 1980s pop duo Sly Fox
Oct 25th 2016



Writers Guild of America Awards 1962
Vacation - Nunnally Johnson The Notorious Landlady - Blake Edwards and Larry Gelbart Period of Adjustment - Isobel Lennart The Pigeon That Took Rome - Melville
Mar 19th 2016



1982 National Society of Film Critics Awards
World According to Garp 3. Teri GarrTootsie 1. Murray Schisgal and Larry GelbartTootsie 2. Barry LevinsonDiner Philippe RousselotDiva Past
Feb 3rd 2017



4th People's Choice Awards
S-Barbra-Streisand-FAVORITE-TV-COMEDY-PROGRAM-M">PICTURE ACTRES Barbra Streisand FAVORITE TV COMEDY PROGRAM M*A*S*H- Larry Gelbart & Gene Reynolds FAVORITE MALE MUSICAL PERFORMER Peter Frampton FAVORITE
Apr 16th 2017



Laurence Marks (American writer)
award from the Writers Guild of AmericaAmerica. AccordingAccording to M*A*S*H creator Larry Gelbart, he and Marks teamed up in 1946 to write for Jack Paar on radio, then
Sep 23rd 2016



Mash
film M*A*S*H (TV series), an AmericanAmerican television series developed by Larry Gelbart List of M*A*S*H novels MASH (game), a two-player paper-and-pencil game
May 22nd 2017



The Thrill of It All
Garner, Arlene Francis, and ZaSu Pitts. The screenplay was written by Larry Gelbart and Reiner Carl Reiner. Reiner had originally conceived the project for Judy
Nov 19th 2016



Abyssinia, Henry
prompted more than 1,000 letters to series producers Gene Reynolds and Larry Gelbart, and drew fire from both CBS and 20th Century Fox. After the production
Feb 11th 2017



1982 New York Film Critics Circle Awards
and Three Brothers (Tre fratelli) • Italy/France Best Screenplay: Larry Gelbart and Murray Schisgal - Tootsie Runner-up: Barry Levinson - Diner Best
Feb 3rd 2017



Jeff Maxwell
participant on the alt.tv.mash newsgroup where, along with series writer Larry Gelbart (up until Gelbart's death in 2009), answers fan questions about the
Jan 17th 2017



Oh, God!
the film was directed by Carl Reiner from a screenplay written by Larry Gelbart. The story centres on unassuming supermarket manager Jerry Landers (Denver)
Feb 19th 2017



1978 New York Film Critics Circle Awards
lyubvi) Best Screenplay: Paul Mazursky - An Unmarried Woman Runners-up: Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller - Movie Movie, Franco Brusati, Jaja Fiastri and Nino
Feb 4th 2017



Murray Schisgal
ABC Stage 67, and the screenplay for The Tiger Makes Out. Along with Larry Gelbart, Schisgal co-wrote the screenplay for Tootsie, for which he was nominated
Mar 22nd 2017



Norman Panama
(also Director) Not with My Wife, You Don't! (with Melvin Frank and Larry Gelbart) (1966) (also Co-Director) The Maltese Bippy (1969) (Director Only)
Feb 11th 2017



1982 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards
Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean Best Screenplay: Larry Gelbart and Murray SchisgalTootsie Runner-up: Barry LevinsonDiner Best
Nov 29th 2016



List of Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best Play winners
Talent for Murder 1986 Rupert Holmes, The-MysteryThe Mystery of Edwin Drood 1990 Larry Gelbart, City of Angels 1991 Rupert Holmes, Accomplice 1998 David Barr III,The
May 17th 2017



Sticky Wicket
written by Richard Baer with the teleplay written by Laurence Marks and Larry Gelbart, it originally aired on CBS-TV on March 4, 1973. The episode opens
Feb 11th 2017



1978 National Society of Film Critics Awards
Bertrand BlierGet Out Your Handkerchiefs (Preparez vos mouchoirs) 3. Larry Gelbart and Sheldon KellerMovie Movie 4. W. D. RichterInvasion of the
Feb 4th 2017



1978 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards
MazurskyAn Unmarried Woman Runners-up: Woody AllenInteriors and Larry Gelbart and Sheldon KellerMovie Movie Best Cinematography: Nestor Almendros
Nov 29th 2016



Barbarians at the Gate (film)
of RJR Nabisco. The film was directed by Glenn Jordan and written by Larry Gelbart. It stars James Garner as F. Ross Johnson, the CEO of RJR Nabisco, and
Feb 14th 2017



Laughter on the 23rd Floor
Mel Brooks)", "dryly witty, sane Kenny (John Slattery, inspired by Larry Gelbart and Carl Reiner)", and "fussy Russian emigre Val (Mark Linn-Baker, inspired
Feb 9th 2017



Michael Engler
Clarkson, Kevin Conroy, and Anne Meara, as well as Mastergate, written by Larry Gelbart, and I Hate Hamlet, written by Paul Rudnick and starring Evan Handler
Feb 10th 2017



Blame It on Rio
comedy film directed by Stanley Donen and written by Charlie Peters and Larry Gelbart based on the 1977 French film Un moment d'egarement. Starring an ensemble
May 22nd 2017



Sly Fox
other uses, see Sly Fox (disambiguation). Sly Fox is a comedic play by Larry Gelbart, based on Ben Jonson's Volpone (The Fox), updating the setting from
Mar 10th 2016



Hilly Hicks
an ArmyArmy medic), Roll Out! (a short-lived sitcom created by M*A*S*H's Larry Gelbart & Gene Reynolds), the TV movie Friendly Fire, the theatrical movies
Feb 10th 2017



Tootsie
identity as a woman in order to land a job. The film was adapted by Larry Gelbart, Barry Levinson (uncredited), Elaine May (uncredited) and Murray Schisgal
May 24th 2017



Writers Guild of America Award for Best Adapted Screenplay
Panther Strikes AgainBlake Edwards and Frank Waldman 1978: Oh, God! – Larry Gelbart ‡ 1979: Heaven Can WaitElaine May and Warren Beatty ‡ and Same Time
Mar 22nd 2017





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