Walter Gutman, American (1903 - 1986)

Walter Gutman
Walter K. Gutman, a New York stock market analyst, writer, artist and avant-garde film maker, died of a stroke Sunday at his Manhattan apartment. He was 83 years old.

Mr. Gutman was known for his witty, speculative and offbeat weekly market letters. His books included a compilation, ''The Gutman Letters'' (1969), and ''You Only Have to Get Rich Once'' (1961).

He also backed, wrote, starred in, narrated or directed several underground films, including ''Clothed in Muscle: A Dance of the Body'' (1981) and ''The March on Paris 1914 - of Generaloberst Alexander von Kluck -and His Memory of Jessie Holladay'' (1976).

During his years on Wall Street, he was a research chief, an economist and a newsletter writer at several brokerage firms.

Mr. Gutman was born in Chicago and graduated from Bowdoin College. He studied at the Art Students League and became a contributor on art to magazines such as The Nation, The New Republic, Art in America, Creative Art and International Studio.

- From Mr. Gutman's NY Times Obituary April 30th, 1986


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