Ira Levin Message Board
email@example.com posts on 7/1/2005 9:18:16 PM
Three generations of our family read and reread it. Why has it not been re-printed or made into a movie?
charles maryan posts on 5/15/2005 12:19:38 AM
ira,saw a friend of milts on the bus last nightwho just saw drat the cat.how did I fall off your radar? i would love to hear from you.I am working on a new nplay at the actors studio and one of the actors is jim demarse.let's talk.all the best,chuck
Dave McCourt posts on 5/13/2005 2:18:13 PM
To inquire about rights to 'This Perfect Day' contact
Rosenstone/Wender - Literary Agents
Address: 38 East 29th Street, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10016
Telephone: 212 725 9445
Fax: 212 725 9447
Doug posts on 5/12/2005 10:55:07 AM
Who owns the rights to "This Perfect Day"?
I want to play grandfather Jan.
james posts on 5/2/2005 4:01:35 PM
That's okay. Someone on another board gave me the answer.
Dave McCourt posts on 5/2/2005 3:45:07 PM
I have promised Mr. Levin that I would not reveal the answer to the anagram that it took him years to solve but I will tell you that if you knew the answer you would just flip, head over heels. And remember that it is something even a small child can do. You can write to Mr. Levin in care of his publishers -
375 Hudson Street
New York, NY 10014
james posts on 4/30/2005 11:58:33 PM
This is going to sound strange but I have two questions? First, I have cancer and things are not going well, so I have been struggling with Roast Mules since I read Son of Rosemary and haven't figured it out. Does anyone know the anagram? Second, does anyone know how to send Ira Levin fan mail?
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