SIDNEY SHELDON and BEN ROBERTS met in Los Angeles, when they both lived in the same boarding house. The two writers soon began collaborating on screenplays: B-movie credits include South of Panama, Gambling Daughters (both 1941) and Fly-By-Night (1942). After World War II, Sheldon and Roberts worked together on several stage productions, the first of which was the revival of The Merry Widow which ran on Broadway for nine weeks in 1943. They also wrote the books for Jackpot and Dream With Music.
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