Mad as hell: the life and work of Paddy Chayefsky

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Random House, Jul 26, 1994 - 426 pages
An anecdotal biography of Paddy Chayefsky follows the life, film career, and personal relationships of the legendary screenwriter, from his humble beginnings in the Bronx through his three Academy Awards for Marty, Network, and Hospital.

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MAD AS HELL: The Life and Work of Paddy Chayefsky

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A worthwhile biography of a worthy subject: Paddy Chayefsky, probably the finest writer to emerge from television. The author of gossipy books about Barbra Streisand and the Bette DavisJoan Crawford ... Read full review


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