Dementia Series-Disabled Legend Irving Shulman

Irving Shulman was Born on 21 May, 1913 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States and died on 23 March, 1995 at the age of 81 in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, California, United States of Alzheimer’s Disease. Irving was an American author and screenwriter whose works were adapted into movies.

Irving’s books included The Amboy Dukes, Cry Tough and The Square Trap, all of which were adapted into movies. Irving wrote the screen adaptation of the James Dean movie Rebel Without a Cause. The Amboy Dukes, published in 1947, was about gangs in Brooklyn. It sold five million copies and led to his being hired as a screenwriter by Warner Bros.. In the 1960s, Irving Shulman wrote biographies of Jean Harlow and Rudolph Valentino.

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