"Studio one" -- "Shield for murder" / by William P. McGivern. 1951.
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Worthington Miner, actor, stage and film director and noted television producer and pioneer, was born in Buffalo, New York in 1900. He made his Broadway debut as a spear carrier in the 1925 production of CYRANO DE BERGERAC, but soon turned to directing with the aid of Katharine Cornell. In 1942, after over ten years of directing stage and film productions, he became manager of Columbia Broadcasting System's entire television department. At CBS, Worthington Mi...
Tunick was born in NY, NY, July 27, 1912; was a writer for radio and television, best known for his work on popular television shows in the 1950s; created film scripts promoting the war effort for the Federal government during WWI; was the founder of the Eastern Region of the Television Writers of America; his numerous credits include Bonanza, Studio one, Ironside and The bold ones; his film credits include Murder, Inc., Lady of vengeance, and High hell; he died Sept. 5, 1987. From t...