Ivan Goff
Australian screenwriter
Ivan Goff
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Distribution : Mike Connors (Joe Mannix) / Gail Fisher (Peggy Fair) / Ward ... - Toutelatele.com
Google News - over 5 years
La production de cette nouvelle version a été confiée à Ivan Goff et Ben Roberts, futurs créateurs de Drôles de dames. Le générique de Mannix a été composé par Lalo Schiffrin, également auteur de la musique de Mission : impossible
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Visions of Ireland on Film - Wall Street Journal (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
... three silent films, Lad from Old Ireland (1910); Come Back to Erin (1914), newly restored by MoMA with support from the Irish Film Institute, and Come On Over (1922), will be accompanied by traditional Irish musicians Ben Model and Ivan Goff on June 1
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POP AND JAZZ GUIDE
NYTimes - about 14 years
A selective listing by critics of The Times of noteworthy pop and jazz concerts in the New York metropolitan region this weekend. * denotes a highly recommended concert. * AARKTICA, Mercury Lounge, 217 East Houston Street, at Ludlow Street, Lower East Side, (212) 260-4700. In the opening song of Aarktica's new album, ''Pure Tone Audiometry''
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DANCE REVIEW; With Fast Feet and Fiddles, An Irish Perennial Returns
NYTimes - almost 17 years
Admit to facing a first-time seeing of ''Riverdance'' and a reviewer is peppered with advice. ''Be nice,'' fans plead. ''Kill them,'' others hiss. ''Keep an open mind,'' the peacemakers add. Essentially there is only one thing to say about the Irish music and dance show, which has returned to New York for a limited run at the Gershwin Theater. The
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NYTimes - over 17 years
An obituary of the writer and producer Ivan Goff on Saturday misidentified a star of ''The Rogues,'' a television series he created in the 1960's with his partner, Ben Roberts. The series starred David Niven, Charles Boyer and Gig Young. Dick Powell was not in the cast.
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Ivan Goff, Writer and Producer, Is Dead at 89
NYTimes - over 17 years
Ivan Goff, co-creator of the television series ''Charlie's Angels'' and co-writer of the films ''White Heat,'' ''Captain Horatio Hornblower'' and ''Man of a Thousand Faces,'' died on Thursday at a hospital in Santa Monica, Calif. He was 89 and lived in Malibu. With his writing partner for 39 years, Ben Roberts, Mr. Goff turned out scripts for 25
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Ben Roberts, 68, a Writer And a Producer of Films
NYTimes - almost 33 years
Ben Roberts, a writer and producer whose works included ''Portrait In Black,'' ''Midnight Lace,'' ''White Heat'' and the television show ''The Rogues,'' died Saturday in Centinela Hospital following a stroke suffered several weeks ago. He was 68 years old. Mr. Roberts, born Benjamin Eisenberg in New York City in 1916, began his career writing with
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THE LONE RANGER RIDES AGAIN ONCE MORE
NYTimes - almost 36 years
WELCOME to the Land of the Perfect Profile, where the only thing prettier than a cowboy is his horse. It is here that the latest Lone Ranger rides - in slow motion, through a parade of pastel sunsets, to the accompaniment of soothing music that might otherwise turn up in a life insurance ad. Beside him is the handsome Tonto, who has silky hair and
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Ivan Goff
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1999
    Age 88
    He died of Alzheimer's Disease in 1999.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1954
    Age 43
    From 1954 to 1955, Goff served as president of the screenwriters council of the Screen Writers Guild.
    More Details Hide Details During the 1960s Goff and Roberts turned to television and enjoyed great success over the next two decades writing and producing such series as The Rogues (1964), Mannix (1967-75), and Charlie's Angels (1976-81).
  • TWENTIES
  • 1933
    Age 22
    Goff undertook a long, eventful journey to England, which included being arrested as a stowaway in Suva, which he recounted in his 1933 book, No Longer Innocent.
    More Details Hide Details He worked in several jobs, including as a bookie, while trying to break into journalism. He eventually found work with the Daily Mirror, which in the mid-1930s sent Goff to Los Angeles as the paper's Hollywood correspondent. He decided to settle there, and became a staff writer at Republic Studios, where his work included uncredited contributions to several of the westerns in The Three Mesquiteers series, and a Gene Autry vehicle, Sunset In Wyoming (1941). He then joined the staff at Warner Bros. where he wrote My Love Came Back (1940). During the war Goff joined the Army Signal Corps where he found himself making wartime propaganda shorts at the former Astoria Studios in Long Island, New York. There he met Ben Roberts, a fellow writer who had also worked at Republic. One day over lunch Roberts told Goff of an idea he had for a short story that lacked an ending. Goff came up with an ending and suggested that they turn it into a play instead of a short story. Working at night over a period of 13 months, they completed the play, which was called Portrait in Black and had runs in London and Broadway. It also sold to the movies for $100,000.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1910
    Born
    Born in 1910.
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