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David L. Wolper - Official Website Of Television & Film Producer. David L. Wolper Biography In 1999, TV Guide chose David L. Wolper as one of the 45 people who made a difference in television history, "a true original whose vision and innovation shaped the medium. As one of television’s top creative forces, his many contributions to broadcast history have imbedded themselves in the American psyche." Wolper and his company, in his over 50 years in show business, have made in excess of 300 films which have won more than 150 awards including Oscars, Emmys, Golden Globes, Peabody's and recognition through retrospectives at the world’s great film festivals. He has received the entertainment industry’s two most prestigious honors: the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Oscar, the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award, and by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences' induction into the Television Hall of Fame. Born in 1928 in New York City, Wolper attended Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa and the University of Southern California where he studied Cinema and Journalism. At USC he was business manager of the humor magazine, "Wampus." The editor was Art Buchwald later a Pulitzer Prize winning columnist. As a publicist for the school play Wolper's most remembered stunt was dressing a student in a gorilla outfit and crashing the 1948 Academy Awards. The gorilla had a sign on it’s back, "U.S.C. Varsity show No Love Atoll" It worked, on March 20th 1948 the L. A. Times carried a story about it with a photo. Wolper left school early in 1949 to go into that new medium called television. Distribution In 1949 upon leaving USC, Wolper, with his high school buddy Jim Harris and others set up their own television distribution company, Flamingo Films. The few stations were hungry for product so Wolper crisscrossed the country selling old films to the only 50 television stations on the air The films included old movie serials like Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers, various terrible old shorts and the first feature film on television, The Adventures of Martin Eden. He personally attended the opening of over 30 T.V. stations the day they went on the air. In 1951, in a 30-million dollar deal Flamingo Films licensed the exclusive television rights to Superman. Jim Harris was President and Wolper treasurer and both just 23 years old. Later Wolper arranged for the Kellogg Company to sponsor the about to be produced 90 Superman episodes. In 1955 Wolper decided to go into production. From a Soviet agent he acquired exclusive never before seen Russian space footage. Dr W.H Pickering, director of JPL wrote to Wolper after viewing it, “The extensive collection we have viewed has revealed many details which were hitherto unavailable to the western world which study is an important factor in the security of our country”. The film became a major part of Wolper’s first documentary, The Race for Space reported by Mike Wallace. It was the first report about the Soviet and American space race. When it was completed it was immediately sold to a sponsor, Shulton makers of Old Spice. However the three networks refused to place it claiming a policy prohibiting the broadcast of outside independent documentaries. Because of his personal relations with stations throughout the U.S., Wolper was able to line up 108 individual stations, most network affiliates, to carry the film the same week. On, Monday March 31 1960, The New York Times, on its front page announced "Fourth T.V. Network Assembled To Show a Film Others Barred". A critical hit, Race for Space received an Oscar nomination and honors in many festivals throughout the world. One of the unique talents of David L. Wolper was his diversity, his ability to produce successfully in a wide range of different areas of the world of entertainment; documentaries, mini-series, comedy TV series, TV movies, theatrical Motion picture and outdoor spectaculars. Time Magazine labeled him MR. Documentary Documentaries His company became a major force in documentary films with 9 Oscar documentary nominations, 4 in a row and one win, 2 Peabody’s and just over 100 other awards. He broke the network hold against independent documentaries when his documentary based on Theodore H. White's Pulitzer Prize winning book, Making of the President 1960, was shown on ABC in 1963 and won the 4 Emmys, including the highest Emmy award, Television Program of the Year. Time Magazine labeled him Mr. Documentary. For some of his television documentaries he formed an association with six of America's most distinguished organizations to produce television specials; Smithsonian Institution, American Heritage Magazine, Time Magazine, Readers Digest, United States Golf Association, and the very popular National Geographic Society Specials. "I will never forget what you did to start my career" wrote Jacques Cousteau in a letter to Wolper after he introduced Cousteau to television in 1967 with the Jacques Cousteau Television Specials. In 1960 Wolper signed an exclusive television contract with America's 50 Astronauts for a series of specials on the space program. In the 1970's, he optioned the rights to Betty Freidan's ground-breaking book, The Feminine Mystique the roots of the Women's Movement in America. Not a single advertiser or network would broadcast the controversial book. He did TV documentaries on many other books including William L. Shirer's Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, and John F. Kennedy's A Nation of Immigrants. His CBS series of specials Appointment with Destiny was the origins of the T.V. docudrama. And he did the first Biography series on TV in 1962. Time Magazine chose Wolper’s documentary D-Day as one of Top Ten Television Programs of 1962. In 1972 he produced the documentary feature film Visions of Eight, the official film of the 1972 Munich Olympics. He was able to sign up eight internationally renowned directors and each did a segment. Participating were Milos Forman (Czechoslovakia), Claude Lelouch (France), Arthur Penn (United States), John Schlesinger (England), Kon Ichikawa (Japan), Mai Zetterling (Sweden), Michael Pfleghar (Germany), and Juri Ozerov (Soviet Union).In 1972 Wolper’s theatrical film Hellstrom Chronicle won the best Documentary Oscar. Mini-series When he went into mini-series, Wolper transformed three best selling books into 3 of TV's highest rated miniseries Colleen McCullough's The Thorn Birds, John Jakes' North and South and one of the highest rated and most critically acclaimed television programs of all time, Alex Haley's ROOTS. Wolper's Carl Sandburg's Lincoln was televisions first mini-series broadcast in 1974. But it was the success of Roots that started the network miniseries craze. Comedy Television Next Wolper tried comedy TV series. The first time out his company in association with James Komack had two hit shows Chico and the Man and Welcome Back Kotter. Television Movies When Wolper turned to dramatic movies for television, he concentrated...

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