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Also Known As: Died: September 5, 2011
Born: February 1, 1919 Cause of Death: Natural Causes
Birth Place: New York, New York, USA Profession:

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DIRECTOR:

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  Drop-Out Mother (1988) Director
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  International Airport (1985) Director
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  Topper (1979) Director
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  Gathering, Part II, The (1979) Director
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  Deadly Triangle, The (1977) Director
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  Man from Atlantis, The (1977) Director
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  Moving Violation (1976) Director
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  Murdock's Gang (1973) Director
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  Murder Once Removed (1971) Director

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1951:
Made television directorial debut with "Two Girls Named Smith"
1951:
Directed multiple episodes of the ABC sci-fi anthology series "Tales of Tomorrow"
1957:
Directed the musical drama "Mister Rock and Roll"
1965:
Directed the CBS television movie "Cinderella," based on the classic fairy tale and set to a Rodgers and Hammerstein score
1968:
Began directing episodes of the CBS action drama series "Hawaii Five-O"; made a cameo as a building manager on a 1973 episode of the show
1973:
Began directing episodes of the CBS mystery drama series "Kojak"
1976:
Began directing episodes of the award-winning comedy series "M*A*S*H"
1987:
Co-directed the Emmy Award-winning children's public television program "Square One TV"
1987:
Directed episodes of the crime drama series "Matlock," starring Andy Griffith in the title role
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Education

Brooklyn College: - 1941
Neighborhood Playhouse: -

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