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Paul Mayersberg

Paul Mayersberg
Born June 18, 1941
Hertfordshire, England, UK
Occupation Writer

Paul Mayersberg born June 18, 1941 in Hertfordshire, England, UK. He is a writer and director and was the former film critic for Movie magazine in the early 1960s and author of 1968 film book Hollywood, The Haunted House.

Awards

He received a nomination for Best Motion Picture in 2001 at the Edgar Awards for Croupier (1998 film).

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
2011 The Master of Farnow (screenplay)
1999 The Intruder (additional writing)
1998 Croupier (writer)
1990 The Last Samurai (writer)
1989 Return from the River Kwai (screenplay)
1988 Nightfall (screenplay)
1987 The Man Who Fell to Earth (TV theatrical photoplay)
1986 Captive (writer)
1983 Eureka (writer)
Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence (screenplay)
1977 The Disappearance (writer)
1976 The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976 film) (writer)
1972 Siddhartha (film) (associate writer)
1964 The Tomb of Ligeia (Uncredited)
Year Title Role Notes
1990 The Last Samurai (1990 film)
1988 Nightfall
1986 Captive

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Paul Mayersberg at ovguide
  • Paul Mayerberg at uk.movies.com


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