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  1. On the night of the awards, Herman turned on his radio and sat in his bedroom chair. Sara lay on the bed. As the screenplay category approached, he pretended to be hardly listening. Suddenly from the radio, half screamed, came "Herman J. Mankiewicz." Welles's name as coauthor was drowned out by voices all through the audience calling out, "Mank ...

  2. 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.

  3. Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Writer: All About Eve. Born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, on February 11, 1909, Joseph Leo Mankiewicz first worked for the movies as a translator of intertitles, employed by Paramount in Berlin, the UFA's American distributor at the time (1928).

  4. Joseph Leo Mankiewicz [ˈ d͡ʒ o ʊ s ə f ˈ l i ː o ʊ ˈ m æ ŋ k ə w ɪ t͡s] [1], né le 11 février 1909 à Wilkes-Barre en Pennsylvanie et mort le 5 février 1993 à Mount Kisco , est un réalisateur, scénariste et producteur de cinéma américain.

  5. 1930s Hollywood is reevaluated through the eyes of scathing social critic and alcoholic screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz (Gary Oldman) as he races to finish Citizen Kane. Revel in David Fincher's stunning, black and white drama in the brighter brights and darker darks of Dolby Vision®.*

  6. He insisted he be given powers as producer and that Yates be taken off the project. He persuaded Herman J. Mankiewicz, then under contract to RKO, to rewrite the script. Henreid called Mankiewicz's work "his first adventure story was perfect, an exciting thrilling story with everything I wanted in it."

  7. Alma mater é uma frase alegórica em latim usada por estudantes que frequentaram uma determinada instituição de ensino, que pode ser traduzida como a mãe que alimenta ou nutre.