About: Martin Caidin

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Martin Caidin (September 14, 1927 – March 24, 1997) was an American author, screenwriter, and an authority on aeronautics and aviation. Caidin began writing fiction in 1957. In his career he authored more than 50 fiction and nonfiction books as well as more than 1,000 magazine articles. His best-known novel is Cyborg, which was the basis for The Six Million Dollar Man franchise. He also wrote numerous works of military history, especially concerning aviation. Caidin was an airplane pilot as well, and bought and restored a 1936 Junkers Ju 52 airplane.

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  • Martin Strasser Caidin (* 14. September 1927 in New York; † 24. März 1997 in Tallahassee, Florida) war ein US-amerikanischer Sachbuch- und Science-Fiction-Autor. (de)
  • Martin Caidin, né le 14 septembre 1927 à New York et mort le 24 mars 1997 à Tallahassee en Floride, est un écrivain américain connu pour ses romans Cyborg (1972) qui a inspiré la série télévisée L'Homme qui valait trois milliards et Nimitz, retour vers l'enfer (1980) qui a inspiré le film du même titre sorti la même année. Il est également une autorité de l'aéronautique et de l'aviation. (fr)
  • マーティン・ケイディン(Martin Caidin、1927年9月14日 - 1997年3月24日)は、アメリカ合衆国の作家、航空宇宙問題評論家。ニューヨーク生まれ。マーティン・カイディン、カイデン、マーチン・ケイディン、マーティン・ケーディンなどの表記もあり。 1964年、『宇宙からの脱出』で作家デビュー。同作は映画化もされた。 (ja)
  • Martin Caidin (September 14, 1927 – March 24, 1997) was an American author, screenwriter, and an authority on aeronautics and aviation. Caidin began writing fiction in 1957. In his career he authored more than 50 fiction and nonfiction books as well as more than 1,000 magazine articles. His best-known novel is Cyborg, which was the basis for The Six Million Dollar Man franchise. He also wrote numerous works of military history, especially concerning aviation. Caidin was an airplane pilot as well, and bought and restored a 1936 Junkers Ju 52 airplane. (en)
  • Martin Caidin (Nova Iorque, 14 de setembro de 1927 – Flórida, 24 de março de 1997) foi um escritor norte-americano e uma autoridade em aeronáutica e aviação. Caidin escreveu mais de 50 livros e 1.000 artigos em revistas especializadas, dentre eles, o romance de ficção científica Cyborg. (pt)
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  • New York City, New York, U.S. (en)
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  • Tallahassee, Florida, U.S. (en)
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  • Military history, science fiction (en)
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  • Martin Caidin (en)
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  • Author, screenwriter (en)
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  • Dee Dee Caidin (en)
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  • Martin Strasser Caidin (* 14. September 1927 in New York; † 24. März 1997 in Tallahassee, Florida) war ein US-amerikanischer Sachbuch- und Science-Fiction-Autor. (de)
  • Martin Caidin, né le 14 septembre 1927 à New York et mort le 24 mars 1997 à Tallahassee en Floride, est un écrivain américain connu pour ses romans Cyborg (1972) qui a inspiré la série télévisée L'Homme qui valait trois milliards et Nimitz, retour vers l'enfer (1980) qui a inspiré le film du même titre sorti la même année. Il est également une autorité de l'aéronautique et de l'aviation. (fr)
  • マーティン・ケイディン(Martin Caidin、1927年9月14日 - 1997年3月24日)は、アメリカ合衆国の作家、航空宇宙問題評論家。ニューヨーク生まれ。マーティン・カイディン、カイデン、マーチン・ケイディン、マーティン・ケーディンなどの表記もあり。 1964年、『宇宙からの脱出』で作家デビュー。同作は映画化もされた。 (ja)
  • Martin Caidin (September 14, 1927 – March 24, 1997) was an American author, screenwriter, and an authority on aeronautics and aviation. Caidin began writing fiction in 1957. In his career he authored more than 50 fiction and nonfiction books as well as more than 1,000 magazine articles. His best-known novel is Cyborg, which was the basis for The Six Million Dollar Man franchise. He also wrote numerous works of military history, especially concerning aviation. Caidin was an airplane pilot as well, and bought and restored a 1936 Junkers Ju 52 airplane. (en)
  • Martin Caidin (Nova Iorque, 14 de setembro de 1927 – Flórida, 24 de março de 1997) foi um escritor norte-americano e uma autoridade em aeronáutica e aviação. Caidin escreveu mais de 50 livros e 1.000 artigos em revistas especializadas, dentre eles, o romance de ficção científica Cyborg. (pt)
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  • Martin Caidin (de)
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  • マーティン・ケイディン (ja)
  • Martin Caidin (pt)
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