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  1. Herman Jacob Mankiewicz (Nueva York, 7 de noviembre de 1897 — Hollywood, California; 5 de marzo de 1953) fue un guionista estadounidense, cuya mayor fama se debe a escribir el guion de Ciudadano Kane junto a Orson Welles, por el cual se hizo acreedor en 1941 de un Óscar al mejor guion original.

  2. Herman Jacob Mankiewicz ( / ˈmæŋkəwɪts /; November 7, 1897 – March 5, 1953) was an American screenwriter who, with Orson Welles, wrote the screenplay for Citizen Kane (1941). He was previously a Berlin correspondent for Women’s Wear Daily, assistant theater editor at The New York Times, and the first regular drama critic at The New Yorker.

  3. Herman J. Mankiewicz, Writer: Citizen Kane. Herman J. Mankiewicz, now known primarily as the man who co-wrote Citizen Kane (1941) with Hollywood's greatest wunderkind, Orson Welles, was one of the highest-paid screenwriters in Hollywood and the head of Paramount's screen-writing department in the late 1920s and early '30s.

    • Movies: 'Citizen Kane' and 'Pride of The Yankees'
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    Mankiewicz worked in journalism, first as managing editor of the American Jewish Chronicle and later as a political reporter in Berlin for the Chicago Tribune. Upon his return to America, Mankiewicz reported for the New York World, and broke through as a distinguished writer with works published in Vanity Fair and The Saturday Evening Post. Later serving as drama editor at The New York Times and The New Yorker, Mankiewicz became well-known in New York culture society circles. In the 1920s, Mankiewicz transitioned from journalism to screenwriting. Six years later, he moved to Hollywood, California, where he gained experience writing screenplays and adaptations. He worked his way up the ranks at Paramount Pictures, becoming head of the scenario department. Mankiewicz produced and scripted many films during the 1930s, including The Wizard of Oz (1939), starring Judy Garland, and It's a Wonderful World (1939), featuring Jimmy Stewart. Mankiewicz is best known for writing the screenplay...

    Mankiewicz struggled with alcoholism and gambling during his lifetime. Well-known as the life of the party in Hollywood, he also gained a reputation for insulting and cursing the industry that pillared his career. Years of drinking took its toll on the screenwriter, who succumbed to uremic poisoning on March 5, 1953, in Hollywood, California.

    Mankiewicz is the older brother of noted director and screenwriter Joseph L. Mankiewicz. Herman married Sara Aaronson in July 1920, and together they raised three children: Johanna, Donald and Francis. Mankiewicz's eldest son, Donald, went on to become an award-winning novelist. His youngest son, Francis, was Robert Kennedy's press secretary. His daughter, Johanna, was a novelist and writer for TIMEmagazine who was tragically killed by a taxi in the mid-1970s.

  4. Herman J. Mankiewicz. Nació el 07 de Noviembre de 1897 en Nueva York, EE.UU. Falleció el 05 de Marzo de 1953 en Hollywood, California, EE.UU. Guionista. Premios: 1 Oscar (más 1 nominaciones) Ver más. Oscar. 1943. Nominado a 1 premio. Guión adaptado El orgullo de los yankees.

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  5. 25/02/2020 · Herman J. Mankiewicz saw Hollywood as a gold mine. Moving to the West to take a screenwriting job in 1926, he invited more East Coast writers to share in the film industry’s easy money. “Millions are to be grabbed out here and your only competition is idiots,” Mankiewicz telegrammed to a friend. “Don’t let this get around.”

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