|Beggars Choice/Hobsons Choice (novel)||1947||Book|
|Breakfast at Tiffanys (screenplay)||1961||Play|
|Bus Stop (screenplay)||1956||Play|
|Goodbye Charlie (play)||1959||Play|
|Goodbye Charlie (screenplay)||1959||Play|
|How to Murder Your Wife (screenplay)||1965||Play|
|Lord Love a Duck (screenplay)||1966||Play|
|Once More, with Feeling (screenplay)||1958||Play|
|Paris When It Sizzles (screenplay)||1964||Play|
|Sketches (in Small Wonder) (play)||1948||Play|
|The Fourth Protocol (screenplay)||1987||Play|
|The Happy Tingle||1948||Short Story|
|The Holcroft Covenant (screenplay)||1985||Play|
|The Lady Vanishes (screenplay)||1979||Play|
|The Manchurian Candidate (screenplay)||1962||Play|
|The Seven Year Itch: A Romantic Comedy (novel)||1953||Book|
|The Seven Year Itch: A Romantic Comedy (play)||1952||Play|
|The Star-Spangled Girl (screenplay)||1966||Play|
|Where Am I Now - When I Need Me?||1971||Short Story|
|Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? (play)||1955||Play|
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