David Zelag Goodman  

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David Zelag Goodman (Jan. 15, 1930 - Sept. 26, 2011) was a playwright and screenwriter for both TV and film. His most prolific period was from the 1960s to the early 1980s. He was nominated for an Academy Award for Lovers and Other Strangers, though he did not win. He helped Sam Peckinpah write the screenplay for 1971's controversial Straw Dogs. He passed away less than 2 weeks after the remake was released.

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