Irving Wallace



Life Events


Published first book (non-fiction), "The Fabulous Originals"


Published first novel, "The Sins of Philip Fleming"


Movie Clip

Burning Hills, The (1956) -- (Movie Clip) You Dirty Gringos! Vengeful Trace (Tab Hunter) is observing a gang led by nasty ranch hand Mort (Earl Holliman) but plays it cool as they harass Chicana Maria Cristina (Natalie Wood) outside the bar, in The Burning Hills, 1956.
Burning Hills, The (1956) -- (Movie Clip) My Mother Was Mexican Feel the heat, maybe, as Maria Cristina (Natalie Wood) helps righteous fugitive Trace (Tab Hunter) in The Burning Hills, 1956, from a Louis L'Amour novel.
Prize, The (1963) -- (Movie Ciip) Good English For A Non-Drinker In a Stockholm night club, Emily (Diane Baker), daughter of a Nobel Prize scientist, attaches herself to boozy American literature laureate Craig (Paul Newman), early in The Prize, 1963, from a novel by Irving Wallace.
Chapman Report, The (1962) -- (Movie Clip) You Live Here Alone? Veteran George Cukor directing this steamy modern vignette, the first scene for Claire Bloom (as tipsy "Naomi") and strapping young Chad Everett as the delivery man, early in The Chapman Report, 1962, from the novel inspired by the famous "Kinsey Report" on sexual behavior.
Chapman Report, The (1962) -- (Movie Clip) Taking Those Diet Pills Arrived home from the introductory talk by the folks conducting the sex survey, Sarah (Shelley Winters) with husband Frank (Harold J. Stone), and in flashback revealing her affair with Fred (Ray Danton), in The Chapman Report, 1962, directed by George Cukor.
Bad For Each Other (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Five Miles From Pittsburgh Opening with Charlton Heston as army doctor Tom narrating, exposition as he's greeted by Doc Scobee and druggist Upham (Rhys Williams, Earl Lee), then confronted by an old pal (Chris Alcaide) before visiting mom (Mildred Dunnock), in Bad For Each Other, 1954, also starring Lizabeth Scott.
Bad For Each Other (1954) -- (Movie Clip) I Saw Him First Just home army doctor Tom (Charlton Heston) is in a hurry to clear the name of his brother who died in a mining incident, Lizabeth Scott "Helen," the hostess and daughter of mine owner Reasonover (Ray Collins), with Lydia Clarke, Heston's wife, the woozy guest, in Bad For Each Other, 1954.
Bad For Each Other (1954) -- (Movie Clip) If It's Not Too Small Suddenly acting wolf-ish, army doctor Tom (Charlton Heston), back in his hometown and having learned his late brother left the family in debt, with divorcee Helen (Lizabeth Scott), at whose party he was a hit the night before, in Bad For Each Other, 1954, directed by Irving Rapper.
Sincerely Yours (1955) -- (Movie Clip) The Man Is A Genuis Liberace, playing concert pianist "Anthony Warrin," waits in the San Francisco apartment of his old mentor when socialite Linda (Dorothy Malone) arrives, mistaking him for the occupant until the real "Zwolinski" (Otto Waldis) appears, in Sincerely Yours, 1955.
Sincerely Yours (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Is Anything Wrong? Considerable sound-editing technique and a big acting moment for leading man Liberace, as pianist "Anthony Warrin," who's suddenly having hearing problems, Joanne Dru, William Demarest and Dorothy Malone his entourage, in Sincerely Yours, 1955.
Chapman Report, The (1962) -- (Movie Clip) Isn't That Normal? Following flashback scenes illustrating her concern that she may be "frigid," young suburban L-A widow Kathleen (Jane Fonda) in her first anonymous sex-survey interview with expert Paul (Efrem Zimbalist Jr.), from director George Cukor's The Chapman Report, 1962.
West Point Story, The -- (Movie Clip) Genius Of Broadway Righteous tantrum and tap by ex-hotshot Broadway producer Bix (James Cagney), supported somewhat by girlfriend Eve (Virginia Mayo), shortly after their work together in White Heat, 1949, opening Warner Bros.' The West Point Story, 1950.