Contents 1 Life and career 1.1 Political activism 2 Stage productions 3 Filmography 4 Bibliography 5 References 6 External links

Life and career[edit] Ryskind was born in New York City, the son of Russian Jewish immigrants, Ida (Edelson) and Abraham Ryskind.[2] He attended Columbia University but was suspended shortly before he was due to graduate after he called university president Nicholas Murray Butler "Czar Nicholas" in the pages of the humor magazine Jester in 1917. Ryskind was criticizing Butler for refusing to allow Count Nikolai Tolstoy, nephew of Leo Tolstoy, to speak on campus.[3] From 1927 to 1945, Ryskind was author of numerous scripts and musical lyrics for Broadway theatrical productions and Hollywood motion pictures, and, later, directed a number of such productions, as well. He collaborated with George S. Kaufman on several Broadway hits. In 1933, he earned the Pulitzer Prize (receiving the prize from the same Nicholas Murray Butler who had suspended him from Columbia University) for Drama for the Broadway production Of Thee I Sing, a musical written in collaboration with composer George Gershwin.[4] Ryskind wrote or co-wrote several Marx Brothers theatrical and motion picture screenplays, including the script and lyrics for the Broadway musical Animal Crackers (1929), and he wrote the screenplays for the film versions of The Cocoanuts (1929) and Animal Crackers (1930). Later, he wrote the screenplay for the film which revived the Marx Brothers' professional fortunes, A Night at the Opera (1935), and which was selected by the American Film Institute as among the top 100 comedy films ever made. In working on that script, Ryskind was heavily involved in the "cleanup process," watching the Brothers repeatedly perform sections of the play before live audiences in order to determine which lines worked and which did not. In an interview with Richard J. Anobile in The Marx Brothers Scrapbook, Groucho said he was so appalled by an early draft of the script—which was reportedly written by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby—that he screamed, "Why fuck around with second-rate talent, get Kaufman and Ryskind [to write the screenplay]!" [5] Ryskind also rewrote the stage version of Room Service (1938), the original of which did not have the Marx Brothers, reworking the plot to make the movie suitable for the three distinctive performers.[6] During this period, Ryskind was also twice nominated for an Academy Award for his part in writing the films My Man Godfrey (starring Carole Lombard, 1936) and Stage Door (starring Katharine Hepburn, 1937). Later, he wrote the screenplay for the successful Penny Serenade, wrote the stage musical Louisiana Purchase (which soon became a film starring Bob Hope) and supervised the production of The Lady Comes Across.[7] Part of a series on Conservatism Variants Cultural Fiscal Feminist Green Liberal Libertarian National Neo- New Right One-nation Paleo- Social Traditionalist Concepts Familism Free markets Private property Rule of law Small government Tradition People Vico Möser Burke Maistre Rivarol Bonald Gentz Karamzin Haller Chateaubriand Schlegel Novalis Coleridge Metternich Savigny Müller Calhoun Pius IX Alamán Portales Gerlach Frederick William IV Ranke Leo Newman Prinsterer Stahl Brownson Khomyakov Disraeli Kireyevsky Tocqueville Le Play d'Aurevilly Lincoln Cortés Balmes Hübner Veuillot Macdonald Saint-Bonnet Bismarck Katkov Dostoyevsky Danilevsky Aksakov Pobedonostsev Taine Leontiev Miramón La Tour du Pin Pius X Carp Kuyper Olazábal Romea Sardà y Salvany Alexander III Bloy Mallock Tikhomirov Menéndez y Pelayo Mella Stolypin Santayana Daudet Maurras Purishkevich Larumbe Chesterton W. 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His politics soon moved to the right. In 1940, Ryskind abandoned the Democratic Party, and he opposed President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's pursuit of a third term, writing the campaign song for that year's Republican Party presidential nominee Wendell Willkie.[8] He maintained some ties to the Socialist Party throughout the 1940s, serving as a Vice Chairman of the Keep America Out of War Congress. About this time, he became a friend to writers Max Eastman,[9] Ayn Rand,[10] John Dos Passos,[11] Suzanne La Follette[12] and Raymond Moley.[13] Later, he would become friend to William F. Buckley, Jr. and future U.S. President Ronald Reagan.[14] In 1947, he appeared before the House Committee on Un-American Activities as a "Friendly Witness." Ryskind never sold another script after that appearance, and he believed that his appearance before HUAC was responsible, although there is no direct evidence of an organized campaign against the "Friendly Witnesses."[15] In the 1950s, he contributed articles to the early free market publication, The Freeman,[16] Later, he lent money to Buckley to help start The National Review,[17] which began publication in 1955, another journal to which he was an early contributor. Ryskind briefly joined the John Birch Society, but soon disassociated himself from the group when they began to claim that Roosevelt, Truman, and Eisenhower were part of the Soviet conspiracy.[18] He was also a vocal sympathizer with the anti-Zionist American Council for Judaism. Starting in 1960, Ryskind wrote a feature column in the Los Angeles Times, which promoted conservative ideas for the next eleven years. His son, Allan H. Ryskind, was the longtime editor of the conservative Washington, D.C., weekly Human Events.[19] The elder Ryskind's autobiography, I Shot an Elephant in My Pajamas: The Morrie Ryskind Story, details his adventures from Broadway to Hollywood, as well as his conversion to conservative politics.

Stage productions[edit] Merry-Go-Round (1927) (with Howard Dietz to music by Henry Souvaine and Jay Gorney) Animal Crackers (1929) (with George S. Kaufman to music and lyrics by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby) Ned Wayburn's Gambols (1929) - revue - (lyricist with music by Walter G. Samuels) Strike up the Band (1930) (bookwriter with music by George Gershwin and lyrics by Ira Gershwin) The Gang's All Here (1931) (contributing bookwriter) Of Thee I Sing (1931) (with George S. Kaufman to music by George Gershwin and lyrics by Ira Gershwin) - Pulitzer Prize for Drama) Pardon My English (1933) (with Herbert Fields to music by George Gershwin and lyrics by Ira Gershwin) Let 'Em Eat Cake (1933 sequel to Of Thee I Sing) (with George S. Kaufman to music by George Gershwin and lyrics by Ira Gershwin) Louisiana Purchase (1941) (bookwriter to music and lyrics by Irving Berlin, later, a film starring Bob Hope) The Lady Comes Across (1942) (director (theatre))

Filmography[edit] The Cocoanuts (1929) (starring the Marx Brothers) Animal Crackers (1930) (starring the Marx Brothers) A Night at the Opera (1935) (starring the Marx Brothers) My Man Godfrey (1936) - Oscar nomination Stage Door (1937) - Oscar nomination Room Service (1938) (starring the Marx Brothers) His Girl Friday (1940) movie version of The Front Page Penny Serenade (1941) Where Do We Go From Here? (1945) It's in the Bag! (1945) starring Fred Allen

Bibliography[edit] George S. Kaufman et al., Kaufman & Co.: Broadway Comedies, Laurence Maslon, ed. (New York: The Library of America, 2004) ISBN 1-931082-67-7; includes Animal Crackers and Of Thee I Sing) Animal Crackers (1928, with George S. Kaufman) (New York: Samuel French's Musical Library, 1984) ISBN 978-0573681370) Of Thee I Sing (1931, with George S. Kaufman Ira Gershwin) (New York: Knopf. 1932; Samuel French's Musical Library, 1963) ISBN 978-0573680373) Let 'Em Eat Cake (1933, with George S. Kaufman Ira Gershwin) (New York: Knopf. 1933) I Shot an Elephant in My Pajamas: the Morrie Ryskind Story (with John H. M. Roberts, Lafayette, LA: Huntington House, 1994.) ISBN 1-56384-000-6

References[edit] ^ ^ ^ Ryskind, Morrie, and Roberts, John H. M., I Shot an Elephant in My Pajamas: the Morrie Ryskind Story, 1994, Huntington House (hereafter, "Ryskind, Pajamas"), pp.34-36. ^ Ryskind, Pajamas, p.88, 99. ^ The Marx Bros. scrapbook – Groucho Marx, Richard J. Anobile – Google Boeken. Retrieved 2013-12-25.  ^ Ryskind, Pajamas, pp.101-117. ^ Ryskind, Pajamas, pp.119-141. ^ Ryskind, Pajamas, pp.169-171. ^ Diggins, John, Up From Communism, Harper & Row, 1975, pp. 201-233; Ryskind, Pajamas, p.184; and, O'Neill, William L., The Last Romantic: a Life of Max Eastman, 1991, Transaction ^ Burns, Jennifer, Goddess of the Market: Ayn Rand and the American Right, 2009, Oxford Univ. Press, p.131. ^ Ryskind, Pajamas, p.179, 184. ^ Chamberlain, John, A Life With the Printed Word, Regnery, 1982, p.138. ^ Ryskind, Pajamas, p.189. ^ Ryskind, Pajamas, p.178, pp.206-208. ^ Ryskind, Pajamas, pp.165-166. ^ Chamberlain, John, A Life With the Printed Word, p.138. ^ Ryskind, Pajamas, pp.183-184. ^ Ryskind, Pajamas, pp.198-199. ^ Ryskind, Pajamas, pp.186-187.

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