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Columbia University
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Ronald Reagan
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Cornell University
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Anthony Perkins
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Kirk Douglas
(Movies & TV)
Patty Hearst
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United Artists
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Ted Berkman

Knowledge Identifier: +Ted_Berkman

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Ted Berkman

American author, screenwriter and journalist best known for writing the screenplay for Bedtime for Bonzo add

Category: Literature

Born in 1914.

Countries: United States (78%), Israel (11%), California (11%)

Main connections: Columbia University, Ronald Reagan, Cornell University

Linked to: Cornell University, United Artists, Category:Cornell University alumni

 

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Ted Berkman was born in 1914 add something


1933

He grew up in a middle-class Jewish family and attended Cornell University, graduating in 1933, and Columbia University add something


1946

After the war, Berkman worked as a foreign correspondent giving the first report of the explosion of the King David Hotel in Jerusalem in 1946 on ABC Radio add something


1950

During the 1950s, Berkman worked primarily as a screenwriter add something


1951

The 1951 film became more famous during the 1980s when its star Ronald Reagan became US President add something


1957

He wrote the screen play for the 1957 movie "Fear Strikes Out" starring Anthony Perkins and based on the book written by professional baseball player Jimmy Piersall about his mental illness add something


1958

He wrote two more screenplays during the decade including United Artists "Edge of Fury" in 1958 and "Girl in the Night" for Warner Brothers in 1960 add something


1966

He wrote the screenplay for the 1966 film starring Kirk Douglas based on the book add something


1969

Six Day War - His next book "Sabra" was based on the story of a dozen Israeli fighters in the Six Day War and was published in 1969 add something


1970

He wrote three more books during the 1970s including "My Prisoner", cowritten with Janey Jimenez about Patty Hearst add something


1998

His final book, a memoir, was published in 1998 add something


2006

Berkman died of cancer in 2006 in Santa Barbara, California add something


Ted Berkman died in 2006 add something