Philip Yordan, Class of 1936 Academy Award winning writer. Born to Polish immigrants in Chicago, Philip Yordan earned a law degree from Chicago-Kent in 1936, but soon headed to Hollywood where he would become an Oscar-winning screenwriter who also produced several films.
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Apr 02, 2003 · Philip Yordan, prolific producer, writer and Oscar winner for the 1954 screenplay “Broken Lance,” died March 24, just shy of his 89th birthday. Cause of death was pancreatic cancer.
Mar 24, 2003 · Philip Yordan was born on 1 April, 1914 in Chicago, Illinois, USA, is a Writer, Producer, Actor. Discover Philip Yordan's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates.
Apr 06, 2003 · Philip Yordan, an Oscar-winning writer, died on March 24 in San Diego, his family said.He was 88. Although he was most active in movies, Mr. Yordan's breakthrough came on Broadway in the 1940s ...
Apr 05, 2003 · PHILIP YORDAN: Philip Yordan, the controversial and colourful Hollywood writer and producer who won an Oscar and who acted as a front for blacklisted colleagues during the McCarthy era, has died ...
Apr 04, 2003 · Philip Yordan, the Hollywood writer and producer who won an Oscar for his own work and acted as a front for blacklisted colleagues during the McCarthy era, has died. He was 88. Mr. Yordan died ...
From the description of Philip Yordan papers, 1977-1978. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122553647 From the guide to the Philip Yordan papers, 1977-1978, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections) Philip Yordan, an Oscar-winning writer, died on March 24 in San Diego, his family said.
Mar 24, 2003 · 28 interesting facts calculated from Philip Yordan date of birth, date of death, age lived in months, weeks, days, hours and seconds. Age if still allive and other unique data for Philip Yordan.
In observance of the March 24, 2003 death of screenwriter Philip Yordan, one of Hollywood’s most mercurial and elusive talents, let’s take a look at some of his films. All of the following were written by—or at least credited to—Mr. Yordan, who, as history has proven, was quite a tricky fellow.