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W]e were all driving in an automobile one night and the car went off the road . . and threw us all out into a field and broke Jack’s leg very badly. . [H]e spent that summer in the hospital with a very badly broken upper leg or something or other. ”27 From that point forward, John Howard Lawson—Jewish, left-handed, short, big-nosed—had another distinguishing characteristic: he walked with a noticeable limp. These distinctive characteristics, like the defective 22 / Beginnings eye of the novelist Alice Walker,28 or the halting speech of the writer Budd Schulberg, helped to provide Lawson with a sense of being different and with it a sensitivity to humanity that often shone through in his fictional creations.

I am a good playwright,” he said with confidence. 17 Around the same time he had finished his first full-fledged play. ” He was “not yet twenty-one” and was attracting attention from producers. ” Another drama, Servant-Drama-Love, about an “Irish Cinderella” of the slums, brought him face-to-face with the political economy of the theater. “A few minutes before the curtain rose,” a bemused Lawson recounted, “[the director] asked me for a percentage of my royalties, as payment for his help on the script.

53 Scripts were “subject to the closest sort of scrutiny”; thus, “the most subversive pictures which have been made are the Gene Autry . . ” Now “awkward characterization of the rich as mean, rapacious and blackguards is just goddam corny and I would (and intend to) avoid this like the plague,” said Scott. “But it is awful tough to function with this new censorship. You couldn’t even begin to consider a film like ‘Crossfire’ today,” referring to the classic condemnation of anti-Semitism. 55 Perhaps this film’s reluctant producer, Dore Schary, had a point when he reportedly “disapproved the idea of making a film about anti-Semitism.

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