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Budd Schulberg Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

BUDD SCHULBERG
Born: March 27, 1914 in New York City, New York
Died: August 5, 2009 in Westhampton Beach, Long Island, New York
Biography | show moreshow less
Budd Schulberg (1914-2009, the son of Hollywood movie producer Benjamin Schulberg, the author began his writing career as a publicist for Paramount at age 17, became a screenwriter at the age of 19 and wrote a scathing, satirical exposé of the film industry in his first novel, What Makes Sammy Run? (1941). Schulberg, who won an Academy Award for his screenplay for the Academy Award-winning film, On The Waterfront (1954) also wrote the screenplays for A Star is Born (1937), Nothing Sacred (1937), Little Orphan Annie (1938), Winter Carnival (1939, based on his story), A Face in the Crowd (1957, based on his story) and Wind Across the Everglades (1958, based on his story), and was the author of The Harder They Fall (book, 1947; film, 1956). A life-long fan of boxing, Schulberg, who compiled some of his fight stories in Sparring With Hemingway and The Hardest Games, is the only non-boxer honored as a "Living Legend of Boxing" by the World Boxing Association. Schulberg helped found the Watts Writers Workshop in the mid-1960s, and the Frederick Douglass Creative Arts Center in New York City in 1971.
Film Credits | show moreshow less
2006-Nuremberg---Les-nazis-face-a-leurs-crimes (in person), 2003-Campus,-le-magazine-de-l'ecrit (in person), 2007-Nuremberg:-The-60th-Anniversary-Director's-Cut (Writer), 1961-Everglades (Writer), 1956-The-Harder-They-Fall (Writer), 1943-Cinco-fueron-escogidos (Writer), 1937-Nothing-Sacred (Writer), 1945-That-Justice-Be-Done (Other), 2012-Babyface-Goes-to-Hollywood (in person), 2011-The-Real-Rocky (in person), 2005-American-Masters (in person), 1970-1972-The-David-Frost-Show (in person), 1949-The-Philco-Goodyear-Television-Playhouse (Writer), Hollywood-Renegade (in person), 1959-Person-to-Person (in person), 1982-A-Question-of-Honor (Writer), 1964-Bob-Hope-Presents-the-Chrysler-Theatre (Writer), 1958-Wind-Across-the-Everglades (Writer), 1950-Pulitzer-Prize-Playhouse (Writer), 1949-Actor's-Studio (Writer), 1943-Government-Girl (Writer), 1937-A-Star-Is-Born (Writer), 1958-Wind-Across-the-Everglades (Sound), 1958-Wind-Across-the-Everglades (Director), 1958-Wind-Across-the-Everglades (Other), 2008-Cinema-3 (in person), 2007-Brando (in person), 2004-Imagine (in person), 2004-The-American-Experience (in person), 2000-ESPN-SportsCentury (in person), 1997-Sports-on-the-Silver-Screen (in person), 1988-Great-Performances (in person), 1968-NBC-Experiment-in-Television (in person), 2010-The-82nd-Annual-Academy-Awards (Other), 1961-1962-Everglades (Producer), 1959-Sunday-Showcase (Writer), 1943-City-Without-Men (Writer), 1943-December-7th (Writer), 1942-Five-Were-Chosen (Writer), 1938-Little-Orphan-Annie (Writer), 2004-Bud-Greenspan's-Reflections (in person), 2001-The-Making-of-'Bamboozled' (in person), 2000-Lon-Chaney:-A-Thousand-Faces (in person), 1999-The-Sweet-Science (in person), 1970-Della (in person), 2010-The-Orange-British-Academy-Film-Awards (Other), 1987-Tales-from-the-Hollywood-Hills:-A-t_able-at-Ciro's (Writer), 2000-Kings-of-the-Ring:-Four-Legends-of-Heavyweight-Boxing (in person), 2007-Why-Be-Good-Sexuality-&-Censorship-in-Early-Cinema (in person), 1995-Moving-Pictures (in person), 1966-Seref-kavgasi (Writer), 1957-A-Face-in-the-Crowd (Writer), 1954-On-the-Waterfront (Writer), 1945-The-Nazi-Plan (Writer), 1941-Weekend-for-Three (Writer), 1939-Winter-Carnival (Writer), 1957-A-Face-in-the-Crowd (Sound), 2002-2005-Biography (in person), 2005-Facing-the-Past (in person), 2002-The-Tramp-and-the-Dictator (in person), 1999-Clara-Bow:-Discovering-the-It-Girl (in person), 1998-E!-Mysteries-&-Scandals (in person), General-Electric-Theater (Writer)
Theater Credits
On-the-Waterfront - Writing (May 1, 1995 - May 7, 1995), What-Makes-Sammy-Run - Other (March 27, 1964 - June 12, 1965), The-Disenchanted - Writing (December 3, 1958 - May 16, 1959)
  • BUDD SCHULBERG - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 01/27/1985  - HFSID 201594
    BUDD SCHULBERG Oscar-winning writer Budd Schulberg wrote this letter on his personalized stationery to an autograph hunter in 1985. In it, he discusses some of his current projects. Autograph letter signed "Budd Schulberg" in blue ink. 1 page, 5¼x7, on Schulberg's personalized stationery. Jan. 27, 1985.

    Sale Price $180.00

    $200.00

  • BUDD SCHULBERG - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 08/25/1980  - HFSID 264465
    BUDD SCHULBERG Oscar-winning writer Budd Schulberg wrote this letter to fellow author Erika Holzer on his personalized stationery in 1980, saying that he hadn't had time to read her novel Double Crossing. ALS: "Budd Schulberg", 1p, 6¼x6¾. No place, 1980 August 25.

    Sale Price $180.00

    $200.00

  • BUDD SCHULBERG - AUTOGRAPH NOTE DOUBLE SIGNED  - HFSID 13302
    BUDD SCHULBERG 1979 first day cover honoring Nobel Prize-winning author John Steinbeck, signed twice by Oscar-winning writer Budd Schulberg. With autograph noted on verso: "John was a good friend. I miss him." First day cover signed "Budd Schulberg" on front and verso.

    Sale Price $144.00

    $160.00

  • BUDD SCHULBERG - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH  - HFSID 18689
    BUDD SCHULBERG B/w photo of Oscar-winning writer Budd Schulberg in a plaid jacket and tie, signed with his "Best Wishes" in red ink Inscribed photograph signed "To/William J. Morison Jr./High School #73/Best wishes,/Budd Schulberg" in red ink. B/w, 7¾x9½ overall, 7½x9¼ image, one surface.

    Sale Price $180.00

    $200.00

  • BUDD SCHULBERG - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH  - HFSID 281146
    BUDD SCHULBERG B/w bust photo of Oscar-winning author Budd Schulberg in a thee-piece suit and tie, signed "With boundless admiration & love" Photograph signed "For Jill & Roger Ceras/With boundless admiration & love,/Budd Schulberg". Post It Note with black ink notations in unknown hand affixed on verso.

    Sale Price $180.00

    $200.00

  • BUDD SCHULBERG - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 04/04/1974  - HFSID 206657
    BUDD SCHULBERG Oscar-winning writer Budd Schulberg signed this letter, typed on his personalized stationery, to an autograph hunter in 1974. Typed letter signed "Budd Schulberg" in green ink. Pencil notations on verso in unknown hand. 1 page, 8¼x10¾, on Schulberg's personalized stationery. April 4, 1974.

    Sale Price $162.00

    $180.00

  • BUDD SCHULBERG - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 05/10/1961  - HFSID 18690
    Oscar-winning writer Budd Schulberg signed this letter, typed on his on his personalized stationery, to a student in 1961: "I am hopeful that long after the Presley and the Frankie Avalons have gone to their just rewards, the Sandburgs, the Frosts, the O'Neills the Faulkners... will remain the true voices of our American culture."

    Sale Price $198.00

    $220.00

  • BUDD SCHULBERG - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 09/14/1987  - HFSID 86053
    BUDD SCHULBERG Oscar-winning writer Budd Schulberg signed this letter, typed on his personalized stationery, to the grandmother of a fellow author in 1987, giving her some advice on book publishing. Typed letter signed "Budd Schulberg". 1 page, 8½x11, one Schulberg's personalized stationery. Sept. 14, 1987.

    Sale Price $180.00

    $200.00

  • BUDD SCHULBERG - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 11/23/1966  - HFSID 221324
    BUDD SCHULBERG 1966 letter to an autograph hunter, signed by Oscar-winning writer Budd Schulberg and typed on his personalized stationery Typed letter signed "Budd Schulberg". 1 page, 7x10¼, on Schulberg's personalized stationery. Beverly Hills, California, Nov. 23, 1966. Addressed to Mr.

    Sale Price $162.00

    $180.00

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