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Frank D. Gilroy

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Born: October 13, 1925 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Writer ...
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1943:
Served in US Army
1949:
First play produced, "The Middle World" at Dartmouth College
1952:
Became a TV writer
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Wrote teleplays for "Playhouse 90", "Omnibus", "Studio One", "U.S. Steel Hour", "Kraft Theatre" and "Lux Video"
1956:
Debut as screenwriter, "Fastest Gun Alive" (with Russell Rouse; adapted from Gilroy's short story "The Last Notch" and play)
1962:
First professional production of play, "Who'll Save the Plowboy?", Off-Broadway at the Phoenix Theatre
1964:
First play produced on Broadway, "The Subject Was Roses"
1971:
Debut as feature film producer and director, "Desperate Characters"

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