Carl Fick

Film director

1918 –

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Who is Carl Fick?

Carl Fick is the director of several documentaries including the Cannes award-winning A Day in the Death of Donny B and the author of two novels, The Danziger Transcript and A Disturbance in Paris. The Danziger Transcript was published in hardcover by Putnam in 1971, and in mass market paperback by Dell in 1974. He also co-authored or ghost-wrote From Mexico with Death with Jose Luis Guzman, published in 1977 by Zebra. A Disturbance in Paris was published by Little, Brown in 1982.

He attended Cornell University, graduating in 1940 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. While an undergraduate, he wrote a weekly column for the Trumansburg Leader.

After graduating, he went to work for Collier's magazine as a staff writer. But then the US entered WWII, and Fick went to serve in England in the US Army Air Corps.

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Born
1918
Evanston
Nationality
  • United States of America
Education
  • Cornell University
Lived in
  • Evanston

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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