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Full Name: Calder Willingham
(1922-1995) Novelist, screenwriter. Calder Willingham was born in Atlanta, Georgia, and died in Laconia, New Hampshire.
Author's Timeline:
1922 (Unknown) County
Calder Baynard Willingham Jr. was born in Atlanta, Georgia, on December 23, 1922. 
1995 (Unknown) County
Calder Willingham died at the Lakes Region General Hospital in Laconia, New Hampshire, on February 19, 1995. 
1947 (Unknown) County
End As A Man
(Pub: The Vanguard Press, Inc. ISBN: )
1967 (Unknown) County
The Graduate
Screenplay written by Calder Willingham and Buck Henry based on the 1963 novel "The Graduate" by Charles Webb.  
1970 (Unknown) County
Little Big Man
Screenplay written by Thomas Berger and Calder Willingham based on the novel, "Little Big Man" by Thomas Berger. 
1991 (Unknown) County
Rambling Rose
Screenplay adapted from his 1972 novel of the same name. 
1955 (Unknown) County
To Eat A Peach
(Pub: The Dial Press ISBN: )
1963 (Unknown) County
Eternal Fire
(Pub: Vanguard Press ISBN: )
1957 (Unknown) County
Paths Of Glory
Screenplay written by Stanley Kubrick, Calder Willingham, and Jim Thompson based on the novel of the same name by Humphrey Cobb.  
1961 (Unknown) County
One-Eyed Jacks
Screenplay written by Guy Trosper, Sam Peckinpah (uncredited), Calder Willingham, and Rod Serling (early draft) based on "The Authentic Death of Hendry Jones," a 1956 novel by Charles Neider.  
1957 (Unknown) County
The Vikings
Screenplay written by Calder Willingham (screenplay), and Dale Wasserman (adaptation), based on the novel, "The Viking" by Edison Marshall.  
1975 (Unknown) County
The Big Nickel
(Pub: The Dial Press ISBN: 0803733682 / 978-0803733688)
1953 New York County
Mr. Calder was married to Jane Bennett in 1953 and they lived on Perry Street in Greenwich Village. 

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