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Robert Pirosh (1910–1989)

Robert Pirosh enjoyed a lengthy Hollywood career, which began when he was signed by MGM, along with fellow newcomer George Seaton , as a contributing writer in 1934. His most notable success was garnering the Academy Award for his screenplay of Battleground (1949), a film based on the Second World War Battle of the Bulge in which he had himself ... See full bio »

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Won 1 Oscar. Another 1 win & 3 nominations. See more awards »

Known For

Battleground Writer
(1949)
Go for Broke! Writer
(1951)
(1942)
Combat! Miscellaneous Crew
(1962-1967)

Filmography

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 1963-1967 Combat! (TV Series) (series developer - 120 episodes)
- The Partisan (1967) ... (series developer)
- Jonah (1967) ... (series developer)
- Nightmare on the Red Ball Run (1967) ... (series developer)
- A Little Jazz (1967) ... (series developer)
- The Masquers (1967) ... (series developer)
 1947 Man About Town (additional director: American version - uncredited) / (english adaptation - uncredited)
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Height:

5' 8" (1.73 m)
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Fought as an infantryman in the US Army during World War II in the infamous "Battle of the Bulge". He used his experiences there in his screenplay for the classic Battleground (1949).

Nickname:

Bob

Star Sign:

Aries

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