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Writer, actor, and comedian Buck Henry

Writer, actor, and comedian Buck Henry co-wrote the script for the 1967 film. (This interview was held before an audience at the Film Forum in New York City on Feb 13, 1997 during a 30th anniversary presentation of The Graduate.

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Fresh Air with Terry Gross, March 22, 2002: Interview with Dustin Hoffman; Interview with Mike Nichols; Interview with Buck Henry; Interview with Robert Redford; Review of the film "Y Tu Mama Tambien…

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