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|Based on||Walter Winchell: His Life and Times|
by Herman Klurfeld
|Written by||Scott Abbott|
|Directed by||Paul Mazursky|
|Running time||96 minutes|
Winchell is a 1998 American HBO made-for-television biographical film directed by Paul Mazursky which dramatizes the life of columnist Walter Winchell. It is based on the book Walter Winchell: His Life and Times by Herman Klurfeld.
- Stanley Tucci (Walter Winchell)
- Paul Giamatti (Herman Klurfeld)
- Christopher Plummer (Franklin D. Roosevelt)
- Glenne Headly (Dallas Wayne)
- Xander Berkeley (Gavreau)
- Mary Portser (Janet Winchell)
- Jeremy Blackman (Walter Winchell, age 8)
- Raffi Di Blascio (Walter Winchell, age 20)
- John O'Donohue (Harry, the doorman)
- Michael Greene (Bellamy)
- Megan Mullally (June Winchell)
- Kevin Tighe (William Randolph Hearst)
- Goodman, Walter (November 21, 1998). "Putting Down the Big Shots While Snuggling Up". The New York Times. Retrieved August 20, 2012.
- Rose, Judd; Walls, Scott (December 9, 1998). "Walter Winchell, ex-big shot, resurrected on the small screen". CNN. New York. Retrieved August 20, 2012.
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