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United States writer and dramatist (1897-1975)

United States filmmaker (born in Austria) whose dark humor infused many of the films he made (1906-2002)

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Wilder's bicycle was leaning against the wall beside it.
James Wilder doing in that den at this hour of night, and who is the companion who comes to meet him there.
James Wilder, demure and courtly, but with some trace of that wild terror of the night before still lurking in his furtive eyes and in his twitching features.
You have condoned a felony, and you have aided the escape of a murderer, for I cannot doubt that any money which was taken by James Wilder to aid his accomplice in his flight came from your Grace's purse."
James Wilder in your household can only lead to misfortune."
Wilder, 33, who goes by nicknames the Bronze Bomber and the Alabama Slammer, also visited Bradford salon Prity, according to reports.
He defended that title against British star Tyson Fury in December 2018 following a drawn bout in Los Angeles - but this weekend Wilder has a different challenge on his hands.
Whyte has been vocal about being snubbed by the WBC, believing he has earned the right to be made mandatory challenger to Wilder's heavyweight strap.
The fight was made with the intention of furthering Fury's growing profile in the United States, ahead of an anticipated rematch with dangerous WBC champion Wilder next year.
WBC world heavyweight champion Wilder has agreed a rematch with Luis Ortiz, expected to be scheduled in September.
In an announcement on Twitter, Wilder said he had signed a deal to face Ortiz once more following a bruising first battle in March 2018.
Wilder, 33, appeared hopelessly locked with the devil in a lightless madman's cave.
The rival heavyweights fought to a thrilling and controversial draw when contesting Wilder's WBC title in Los Angeles in December, and then surprised and disappointed when an immediate rematch was not announced.
Wilder swarmed Breazeale from the opening bell, hurting him with a straight right hand then finishing him off later in the round with the devastating right to the chin that was set up by a left jab.NINTH DEFENCEBreazeale lay on his back, then got up at the count of 10 as the referee waved it off.
The move from Wilder, who is pencilled in to defend his world title against mandatory challenger Dominic Breazeale in New York's Barclays Center on May 18, subsequently squashes any prospect of him facing Joshua this year while a rematch against Tyson Fury also looks unlikely at this stage.