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Millard Lampell, American writer. Served with United States Air Force, 1942-1945. Member Writers Guild American.


Lampell, Millard was born on January 10, 1919 in Paterson, New Jersey, United States. Son of Charles and Bertha (Unger) Lampell.


Bachelor, West Virginia University, 1940.


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  • Other Work

    • Author: The Long Way Home, 1946, The Hero, 1949, Journey to the Cape, 1959, California to the New York Island, 1960, The Inheritance, 1964, The Pig with One Nostril, 1975, O, Appalachia, 1989, (feature films) Saturday's Hero, 1951, Chance Meeting, 1959, Escape from East Berlin, 1962, The Idol, 1966, Eagle in a Cage, 1970, (documentaries) The Journey, 1951, American Frontier, 1956, The Wilderness of Zin, 1958, Sometime Before Morning, (Peabody award 1959), The Inheritance, 1964, Do Not Fold, Staple, Spindle or Mutilate (Montreal Festival award, 1967), (television) Eastside/Westside, 1964, Eternal Light, 1964, Eagle in a Cage (Emmy award 1964), The Visitor, 1965, The Adams Chronicles, 1976, Rich Man, Poor Man, 1977, Wheels, 1978, Orphan Train (Writers Guild award, 1979), The Wall (Christopher award 1982, Peabody award 1982). Lyricist: The Lonesome Train, 1945, Morning Star, 1946, (stage plays) The Wall, 1960, Hard Travelin', 1963, A Public Nuisance, 1965. Author poetry, novels screenplays for a variety of films.


Served with United States Air Force, 1942-1945. Member Writers Guild American.


Married Ramona Love Estep. Children: Guruka Singh Khalsa, Jane Peebles, Stephanie Davis, Richard Key.

Charles Lampell

Bertha (Unger) Lampell

Ramona Love Estep

Guruka Singh Khalsa Lampell

Jane Peebles Lampell

Stephanie Davis Lampell

Richard Key Lampell