Douglas McGrath

screenwriter, actor, director

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Douglas McGrath on KCRW

When sevn-year-old Mikhail Igor Peschkowsky arrived in America in 1939, fleeing Nazi Germany, he knew only one English phrase: "I don't speak English, please don't kiss me."

Douglas McGrath: Becoming Mike Nichols

When sevn-year-old Mikhail Igor Peschkowsky arrived in America in 1939, fleeing Nazi Germany, he knew only one English phrase: "I don't speak English, please don't kiss me."

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