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Eszterhas was a newspaper reporter for The Plain Dealer in Cleveland where he gained access to color photos of Vietnam's My Lai Massacre which depicted American soldiers murdering Vietnamese civilians. However as the gentleman neared the culmination of his trip the Plain Dealer chartered an airplane to fly low and drop "Cleveland Plain Dealer" sweat shirts to the editor. In 1994 he married Naomi Baka.
"Joe" Eszterhas (born November 23 1944) is a Hungarian-American writer offspring of the famous aristocratic House of Esterházy. He has also written several non-fiction books including an autobiography entitled Hollywood Animal. He has worked on 16 films that have grossed approximately one billion dollars.