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Saul Levitt

Saul Levitt

Saul Levitt (1911-1977) was an American playwright who's best known for his stage and screen versions of The Andersonville Trial. Additionally, he worked uncredited on the screenplay for The True Glory (1945), wrote the screenplay for Lamont Johnson's A Covenant with Death (1967), one of Gene Hackman's first films, and adapted Daniel Berrigan's play The Trial of the Catonsville Nine into the 1972 film produced by Gregory Peck. 


Samuel French Titles by Saul Levitt