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Henry, Buck

LC control no.n 87150389
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingHenry, Buck
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Variant(s)Zuckerman, B. (Buck), 1930-2020
Zuckerman, Henry, 1930-2020
Birth date1930-12-09
Death date2020-01-08
Field of activityMotion picture authorship Acting Comedy
Profession or occupationScreenwriters Actors Comedians
Found innuc87-129081: Filmmakers in conversation, c1982 (hdg. on DHU rept.: Henry, Buck)
The graduate [MP] 1967: credits (screenplay by, cast of characters, Buck Henry)
Halliwell's filmgoer's comp., 1988 (Henry, Buck; b. 1930; AKA B. Zuckerman; actor-writer)
Washington post WWW site, viewed Jan. 9, 2020 (in obituary dated Jan. 9, 2020: Buck Henry, a comedian who created the satirical spy sitcom "Get Smart" with Mel Brooks, was a frequent early host of "Saturday Night Live" and turned "plastics" into a countercultural catchword with his Oscar-nominated screenplay for "The Graduate," died Jan. 8 in Los Angeles. He was 89. Henry Zuckerman was born in New York on Dec. 9, 1930. (Long known as Buck, after a grandfather, he later legally changed his name, his wife said))
Associated languageeng