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  1. Phoebe Ephron (née Wolkind; January 26, 1914 – October 13, 1971) was an American playwright and screenwriter, who often worked with Henry Ephron, her husband, whom she wed in 1934. Ephron was born in New York City to Louis and Kate (née Lautkin) Wolkind, a dress manufacturer. Her family is Jewish.

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    Phoebe Ephron (née Wolkind; January 26, 1914 – October 13, 1971) was an American playwright and screenwriter, who often worked with Henry Ephron, her husband, whom she wed in 1934. Ephron was born in New York City to Louis and Kate (née Lautkin) Wolkind, a dress manufacturer. Her family is Jewish.

  3. Phoebe Ephron - IMDb

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    Phoebe Ephron (1914–1971) Writer + Add or change photo on IMDbPro » Born: January 26, 1914 in New York City, New York, USA. Died: October 13, 1971 ...

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  4. Phoebe Ephron | Jewish Women's Archive

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    Phoebe (Wolkind) Ephron was born in the Bronx on January 26, 1914, to Louis Wolkind, a manufacturer, and Kate (Lautkin) Wolkind. She had one brother, Harold Wolkind. A graduate of James Monroe High School and Hunter College, she met Henry Ephron in 1933, while both were summer camp counselors. Shortly after, Henry Ephron proposed to her.

  5. Phoebe Ephron, Comedy Writer, Dies - The New York Times

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    Oct 14, 1971 · Mrs. Phoebe Wolkind Ephron, who with her hushand Henry Ephron had been successful Broadway and Hollywood writer since 1943, died yesterday after a long illness at their home, 176 East 71st Street....

  6. Phoebe Ephron | Jewish Women's Archive

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    Phoebe Ephron The mother of four talented women writers, Phoebe Ephron was a full-time, professional writer with her own claims to success. Phoebe Ephron attended Hunter College before meeting her future husband and collaborator, Henry Ephron, in 1933.

  7. Phoebe Ephron (Wolkind) (1914 - 1971) - Genealogy

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    May 24, 2018 · Phoebe Ephron (January 26, 1914 – October 13, 1971; born Phoebe Wolkind in New York, New York) was a playwright and screenwriter who often worked with her husband, Henry Ephron. She was active as a writer from the early 1940s through the early 1960s.

  8. Phoebe Ephron - News - IMDb

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    Ephron's parents, Henry and Phoebe Ephron, were also writers of romantic comedies – including Desk Set (1957) for Hepburn and Tracy – who based a 1961 Broadway play, Take Her She's Mine, on their daughter's rebellious college days. It was turned into a film two years later, with Sandra Dee in the role of the teenager.

  9. The troubled marriage that inspired Nora Ephron | Salon.com

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    Aug 18, 2013 · Phoebe died on Oct. 13, 1971; Nora was motherless at 30, and Amy, the youngest of the four Ephron sisters, at not quite 19. Phoebe had been hospitalized with cirrhosis brought on by years of...

  10. Henry Ephron - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Henry Ephron (May 26, 1911 – September 6, 1992) was an American playwright, screenwriter and film producer who often worked with his wife, Phoebe (née Wolkind). He was active as a writer from the early 1940s through the early 1960s.

  11. Amid the tributes that poured out after Nora Ephron’s 2012 death, one anecdote was repeated often. It was about Phoebe Ephron, Nora’s hard-driving screenwriter mother, who became a cirrhotic...

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