b. 4 Apr 1913, NEW YORK, NY, USA, d. 6 Oct 1998, NEW YORK, NY, USA. Beginning in 1930, a few of Weideman’s brief stories were released, resulting in the publication in 1937 of his book, I Can HAVE IT For You Low cost. This depicted existence among Jewish immigrants in NEW YORK in the first twentieth hundred years, and became a bestseller. Weidman’s 22 books and selections of brief stories add a sequel to his debut book, What’s In It FOR ME PERSONALLY?, The Foe Camp, The Audio Of Bow Bells, 4th Street East, PRIOR TO GOING (a book about World Battle II), and I’ll By no means Go There ANY LONGER. The second option was filmed in 1949 as Home Of Strangers and in 1954 like a traditional western, Damaged Lance, both with screenplays by Philip Yordan. Weidman also published screenplays like the Damned Don’t Cry (1950, with Harold Medford), The Eddie Cantor Tale (1953, with Ted Sherdeman and Sidney Skolsky), and Slander (1956). In the theater, Weidman collaborated with George Abbott within the publication for Fiorello! (1959) that they won a fresh York Theatre Critics Circle honor and a Pulitzer Reward, while the display tied for any Tony Honor as Best Music. Weidman collaborated once again with Abbott on Tenderloin (1960), that was based on a Samuel Hopkins Adams book. The display was a box-office disappointment, but Weidman’s following libretto, which he worked well alone, was greatly better. This is an version of his book I Can HAVE IT For You Low cost (1962), which starred Elliott Gould and Barbra Streisand, the second option producing her Broadway debut. (This same book was previously the foundation for any 1951 Hollywood theatre starring Susan Hayward and Dan Dailey.) Looking for inspiration for a fresh Broadway musical, Weidman following considered Heinrich Mann’s book, Teacher Unrath, which experienced become the traditional German film The Blue Angel (1930) starring Marlene Dietrich. However, just like the 1959 Hollywood remake from the Blue Angel, didn’t measure to its potential, therefore too do Pousse-Café (1966), that Weidman composed the reserve and Duke Ellington the music, with lyrics by Marshall Barer and Fred Tobias. In 1986, Weidman released a memoir entitled Praying For Rainfall. One of is own two sons, John Weidman, composed the books for just two Stephen Sondheim musicals, Pacific Overtures and Assassins.