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By Steve Shagan | Comments: ( 919 ) | Date: ( Aug 26, 2019 )

Harry Stoner could sell anything He could sell the public his new line of dresses year after year He could sell the big store buyers his design in return for such bonuses as the luscious hooker Margo He could sell his wife on the idea he was faithful, and a teenaged playmate on the idea he was hip Then came the day when Harry Stoner s empire of fabric and flesh began tHarry Stoner could sell anything He could sell the public his new line of dresses year after year He could sell the big store buyers his design in return for such bonuses as the luscious hooker Margo He could sell his wife on the idea he was faithful, and a teenaged playmate on the idea he was hip Then came the day when Harry Stoner s empire of fabric and flesh began to fall apart, and Harry had nothing left to sell except what was left of himself.


  • Title: Save the Tiger
  • Author: Steve Shagan
  • ISBN: 9780553235678
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Paperback

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Steve Shagan

Stephen H Steve Shagan October 25, 1927 November 30, 2015 was an American novelist, screenwriter, and television and film producer Shagan was born in Brooklyn, New York to Rachel nee Rosenzweig and Barnard H Barney Shagan Barney ran a pharmacy, Shagan s Pharmacy, at 49 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, with his brother, Samuel After Barney s death the pharmacy went bankrupt and Samuel liquidated the assets at public auction in 1949 Steve dropped out of high school and joined the United States Coast Guard when World War II broke out While in the Coast Guard he started writing to pass the time.Shagan came to Hollywood in 1958 with his wife, Elizabeth Florance Betty Ricker, whom he married on November 18, 1956 in New York City At first he did odd jobs, like as a stagehand at a little theater and pulling cables at MGM Studios in the middle of the night Eventually he started working on scripts and then produced the Tarzan television show on location in Mexico Betty talked him into to quitting and just concentrate on writing Betty, a former fashion model, was the daughter of Philomena nee Pisano and Al Ricker Her mother, a dancer, later remarried, to Mayo J Duca, a Boston jazz trumpet player Philomena Pisano was the daughter of Katherine Kitty Bingham and Fred Anthony Pisano, of the musical comedy vaudeville team of Pisano and Bingham.Shagan wrote the screenplay for and co produced the 1973 film Save the Tiger, for which he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay and won a Writers Guild of America Award His novelization of Save the Tiger, which was his first novel, was actually published a year prior to the film s release He had written the script first, and while he was shopping it around Hollywood, he wrote the novel to help him deal with the stress of trying to sell the script, which took two years to get produced As he was finishing the book his typewriter broke and author Harold Robbins loaned him his.Shagan went on to write the novel City of Angels and its film adaptation, Hustle, both released in 1975 He then wrote the screenplay for and co produced Voyage of the Damned, for which he received another Academy Award nomination, this time for Best Adapted Screenplay This was followed by Nightwing, which he adapted from the novel of same name by Martin Cruz Smith He then adapted his 1979 novel The Formula into a 1980 film of the same name, which he also co produced and which reunited him with Save the Tiger director John G Avildsen Of the performances by Brando and Scott in The Formula, Steve Shagan reportedly stated I sensed a loss of purpose, a feeling that they didn t want to work any and had come to think of acting as playing with choo choo trains Subsequent films written by Shagan include The Sicilian, which he adapted from the novel by Mario Puzo, and Primal Fear, based on the novel by William Diehl Shagan also wrote the teleplay for the made for television movie Gotti, for which he was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Miniseries or a Special.Shagan died at his home in Los Angeles, California, on November 30, 2015.



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