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Topic - Dalton Trumbo
Kirk Douglas says his appearance at the Academy Awards last month brought him so much attention that he "felt like a bobby-soxer."
The writer-son of Oscar-winning blacklisted Hollywood screenwriter Dalton Trumbo has died at age 70.
Dalton wrote "The Brave One" in 1957 under the name Robert Rich.
He wrote under the name Sam Jackson, but Douglas said he didn't feel right about putting the false name on screen.