GARY KOTT’S

CREATIVE WAREHOUSE

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More About More About For years my life was reduced to an About page. Awards I received, Peabody Award, Writers Guild of America Award, People’s Choice Award. Titles I held, Screenwriter, Executive Producer, Vice President/Creative Director.  Hit shows I wrote...
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More About Hollywood X

More About Hollywood X X as in ex, referring to the fact that I left Hollywood years before they’d chew me up, or obsolete me, or simply cease returning my phone calls, the fate of nearly every successful screenwriter I met forced out to pasture, Oscar winners,...
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More About Martin Luther King

More About Martin Luther King There are two episodes of my life that I’ve never been able to write about due to decades of failure in correctly processing them; one, the sixties protest movement of which I was a disruptive part of and, two, the night I met and spoke...
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More About The Temptations In college (Marietta, sixties), I had nothing to do while avoiding the draft so I volunteered to write sports articles for the student newspaper (Marcolian). The most important person I ever interviewed was the second baseman of the junior...
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More About James Brown

More About James Brown This is the story about how a ragamuffin sixties college newspaper reporter (me) wangled his way into an interview with James Brown backstage at the Cincinnati Gardens as the Godfather of Soul toured riot-torn cities in an attempt to calm things...