Later Years

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Later Years During the 1960s, Remarque expanded the short story "Beyond" into a novel, which he titled  Heaven  Has No Favorites  (1961). It described a star-crossed love story between a young sanitarium patient  and a race car driver. The following year, he wrote  Night in Lisbon , which centered around the theme  of stateless emigrants and captured the rootlessness of many of his compatriots. Remarque and his work remained close to the film industry during the 1960s. During his entire life he  wrote, scripted, and/or acted in ten films and was nicknamed the "King of Hollywood." In 1964, he  consulted with other eyewitness experts for  The Longest Day , a special effects extravaganza that  won an Academy Award for Photography. The last work filmed in his lifetime was United Artists'  Time to Love and a   Time to Die , which was four years in the making. Filmed in 1968, it brought 
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Texas State.

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