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Who is Paul Brickman?
Paul Brickman is an American screenwriter and film director, born in Chicago. He is best known for the film Risky Business where he served as director and screenwriter. His father, Morrie Brickman, created the comic strips "Small Society," "Pic-trix," "Crosscut," and "Blue Chips," as well commercial work, including the brand character for Duncan Yoyos. Paul was raised in Highland Park, Illinois. Even as a young child, he could observe his father's massive drawing studio in their home. Paul went to West Ridge Elementary School, Red Oak Middle School and Highland Park High School, all in Highland Park. He graduated from high school and then went to and graduated from Claremont McKenna College.
- born on (66 years ago) in Chicago, child of Morrie Brickman
- nationality: United States of America
- education: Claremont McKenna College
- profession: Film director, screenwriter
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- nomination: - nominated to Writers Guild of America Award for Best Original Comedy - "Risky Business"
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by Thomas S. Hischak
Schumacher Marek Kanievska Ron Nyswaner Howard Deutch Susan Seidelman Paul Brickman Leonard Schrader (Argentina/Switzerland/Japan/USA) Jim Abrahams (UK/USA) Bryan Gordon Michael Tolkin Damian Harris Richard Shepard ...
Encyclopedia of Sports Films (2010)
by K Edgington, Thomas Erskine, James M. Welsh
SCREENPLAYI Paul Brickman. PRODUCER: Leonard Goldberg. CINEMATOCRAPHY: Fred j. Koenekamp. EDITING; john W. Wheeler. MUS|C: Craig Safan. ART D|RECT|ON: Stephen Berger. COSTUME DES|CN: jack MarteII . CAST: William ...
Performance and production. Volume II
Paul Brickman. 1983. USA. 99 mins . Teen Comedy. Original music by Christopher Franke, Tangerine Dream. Visual.
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