Goldman, who, according to WP, died of cancer and pneumonia results, also writes his own books. Two of them have also been the subject of successful films Goldman has written to them. One of them was the 1976 Marathon, with Dustin Hoffman, the second fairytale of Princess Bride from 1987.
He nominated the Oscar Academy Award for the scenes of West Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid in 1969, with Paul Newman and Robert Redford and Drama All President 1976, based on real events around the Watergate relationship.
The other films Goldman wrote for the script include War Drama The far bridge, Maverick's western comedy, or the mysterious mystery Misery does not want to die.