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Robert Douglas Manning

14 Jun 1957 -

“Half the World are Wandering Jews; the other half are Wandering Jewesses!” Heine quipped. In the Holy Bible, according to New Testament legend, the cobbler of Jerusalem who mocked Christ on the way to Calvary, was condemned to wander undying throughout the centuries all over the Earth. The Wandering Jewess demanded the head of the Baptist, and was similarly cursed to live through centuries of sorrow, or to dance eternally.

About the scripts: Your personal copy of these unique dramatic screenplay adaptations of the Legend of the Wandering Jew and Wandering Jewess, from thirty years of literary research and development supported by governments, corporations, lotteries, schools, and private individuals, is available as AHASVER IBM CD-ROM for $25 at

About the screenplays: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF THE WANDERING JEW AND THE WANDERING JEWESS dramatic screenplay adaptation of George Sylvester Viereck and Paul Eldridge, who corresponded with Albert Einstein, celebrates the universal story of love throughout the Time and Space Continuum. Anno Domini 2010 was a pivotal year for the development of the “extra-scriptural” Legend of the Wandering Jew: the eightieth anniversary of the literary expression of the above; the fiftieth anniversary of the Hugo Award-winning “A Canticle for Leibowitz” by Walter Michael Miller, Junior, which features our character and sold over two million copies World-wide in many languages (adapted into THE ABBEY); and the thirtieth anniversary of the passing away of Doctor George Kumler Anderson, whose document of twenty years of literary research, funded by a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, was published as a bicentennial edition of Brown University in 1965. All twenty-four scripts are housed in their John Hay Library; as well as Special Collections, University of Calgary MacKimmie Library; the Harry Elkins Widener Memorial Library, Harvard University; and several other prestigious universities. General Lewis BEN-HUR Wallace’s PRINCE OF INDIA (1893) is also available.

About the teleplays: THE WANDERING JEW is seventy-eight half-hour melodramatic teleplay series script, adapted from the internationally successful serialized novelization by Doctor Eugène Sue, which appeared in the Parisian “Constitutionnel”, quadrupling its circulation, with major European translations. The dramatico-musical version won a national Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Radio Two New Libretto Contest, a book prize presented by the Canadian Opera Company; its first draft play was a finalist in two full-length categories in the 21st Annual Playwriting Competition of Alberta Culture and Multiculturalism, one of nine in “discovery” and one of twelve in “any subject”; and the prototypical film version won “Singular Vision with a Universal Theme” in the 1st Annual Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers Film Festival, later broadcast with feature interview on SHAW Cable-TV.

About the screenwriter: Graduated age 21 with a liberal arts degree in political economy from the University of Calgary, under Rhodes Scholar Luigi di Marzo, and his mentor Colonel Burke Inlow, who met Albert Einstein on the campus of Princeton University; film history with Father John Matheson, at the University of Regina; tutoring by Gervase de Peyer, the most recorded clarinetist in the World, at the private campus of Saint Michael’s University School, Victoria; popular music, film, and screenwriting at the University of Lethbridge; fellowship to study German language and culture at the University of Salzburg, Austria; bronze plaque for community television volunteering; and a variety of other awards and accomplishments.

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