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The Tracey Ullman Show
(TV Series) (created by - 80 episodes, 1987 - 1990) (written by - 5 episodes, 1987 - 1990)
(TV Series) (created by - 114 episodes, 1978 - 1983) (written by - 1 episode, 1978)
(TV Series) (created by - 114 episodes)
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(TV Series) (created by - 110 episodes, 1974 - 1978) (written by - 2 episodes, 1974)
Mary Tyler Moore
(TV Series) (created by - 168 episodes, 1970 - 1977) (written by - 6 episodes, 1970 - 1977)
(TV Series) (based on a character created by - 48 episodes)
- Dan's Ex
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(TV Series) (created by - 113 episodes, 1969 - 1974) (written by - 1 episode, 1969)
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(TV Series) (written by - 3 episodes)
In 1972, he produced an unsold comedy anthology pilot called "The Class of '55", which would show what happened to the graduates of a fictional college seventeen years after the fact. The pilot starred Alan Alda
and Louise Lasser
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People used to say, you know you're in the hands of a good screenwriter when you're not aware of the writing. I've never subscribed to that. In Juno
(2007), suddenly you're riveted by the fact that people haven't talked like that before. I think the treat is always when you are aware of the writing.
His laughter is heard in the studio audience of many shows he produced, especially Taxi
(1978), in which his laughter is heard through all five seasons. It appears louder than any of the other audience members, sounding like a "Haw", sustaining the "Aw" sound.