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Meade Roberts

Meade Roberts

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Also Known As: Died: February 10, 1992
Born: Cause of Death: congestive heart failure
Birth Place: Profession: Writer ...
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Worked as a writer with the Actor's Studio
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Wrote teleplays for "Suspense", "The Kate Smith Evening Hour", "Schlitz Playhouse", and "Playhouse 90"
1959:
Co-adapted Tennessee Williams's play "Orpheus Descending" (with Williams) for screenplay of "The Fugitive Kind", directed by Sidney Lumet
1961:
Co-adapted, with James Poe, Williams's "Summer and Smoke" for the screen
1963:
Adapted William Inge's play, "A Loss of Roses" for screenplay of "The Stripper", Franklin Schaffner's feature directorial debut
1963:
Wrote screenplay for "In the Cool of the Day", a British melodrama starring Jane Fonda and Peter Finch
1976:
Appeared as Mr. Sophistication in John Cassavetes's feature "The Killing of a Chinese Bookie"
1977:
Appeared in John Cassavetes feature "Opening Night"

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