J.D. Salinger was part of the Counter Intelligence Corps in Europe during World War II.
J.D. Salinger's spirituality is reflected in many of his works.
David Shields discusses the war's influence on Salinger's writing in this film outtake.
The creator of American Masters talks about its concept and the making of several films.
A.E. Hotchner talks about J.D. Salinger's last short story in Cosmopolitan magazine.
Though classically trained, young Hamlisch knew he was destined for something different.
Marvin Hamlisch seemed destined to become a classical pianist, but he had other ideas.
Marvin Hamlisch had won three Academy Awards but wanted to work on Broadway shows.
Baseball was a priority for Marvin Hamlisch, a native New Yorker.
The great composer offered his concern, time and problem-solving skills to all.
The composer Marvin Hamlisch was an entertaining performer with a great sense of humor.
Luminaries of music and entertainment speak to the genius of Marvin Hamlisch.
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