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Born: May 5, 1928 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, USA Profession: screenwriter, playwright, music arranger, lyricist, poet, composer

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1960:
Earned first Emmy nomination for the teleplay of "Project Immortality", presented on "Playhouse 90"
1961:
Adapted Allen Drury's novel "Advise and Consent" for the stage
1968:
Feature film debut as screenwriter, "Countdown", helmed by Robert Altman
1968:
Won Emmy Award for the teleplay "Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night", also aired on "Playhouse 90"
1974:
Penned the NBC adaptation of "Sandberg's Lincoln"
1974:
Wrote the second episode of the four-part miniseries "Benjamin Franklin" (CBS); earned Emmy nomination
1978:
Picked up fourth career Emmy nod for the teleplay of "Breaking Up"
1979:
Wrote the feature "Promises in the Dark"
1984:
Did the screenplay adaptation of John le Carre's spy novel "The Little Drummer Girl"
1984:
Wrote the teleplay adaptation of the CBS movie "The Lost Honor of Kathryn Beck", based on the German-language feature "The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum"
2001:
Won second Emmy for the screenplay of "Conspiracy" (HBO)
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wife:
Dorothy Mandel. Born on February 15, 1928; married on July 9, 1950.

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son:
Alan H Mandel. Computer systems designer. Born on February 7, 1956.
son:
Josh Mandel. Computer game designer. Born on October 9, 1958.

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