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Brickman, Marshall

Was at school in Madison, Wisconsin, rooming with Eric Weissberg, 
when Dylan passed through on his way to New York in January 1961.
Clinton Heylin:"Bob Dylan: Behind The Shades, a Biography"

Marshall Brickmann started out as a folk singer, then
went into film as a writer and producer, probably best
known for collaborations with Woody Allen on "Sleeper"
(1972), "Annie Hall" (1977), "Manhattan" (1979), and
"Manhattan Murder Mystery" (1993). Coincidentally, in
1983 he directed a film called "Lovesick".

Thanks to Daniel Olson

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