Max Shulman

Highest Rated: 29% House Calls (1978)
Lowest Rated: 29% House Calls (1978)
Birthday: Not Available
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Author Max Shulman is best remembered for creating the popular character Dobie Gillis, a typical American teen who frequently suffered from romantic angst. The character appeared on a popular television sitcom during the '50s and was in a feature film in 1953. Shulman became a writer in the early '40s, after an editor at Doubleday read some of his college work and asked him to write a novel. Other Shulman novels adapted to the screen include The Tender Trap (1955) and Rally Round the Flag Boys (1958). In 1978, Shulman collaborated on the screenplay for House Calls.

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No Score Yet Help Wanted: Male Screenwriter 1982
29% House Calls Screenwriter 1978
No Score Yet The Affairs of Dobie Gillis Screenwriter 1953

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