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Richard De Roy (1930–2008)

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In 1953 DeRoy, who was in the Army reserves, was put on active duty and posted to the army film studio in Astoria, New York, where he was in a unit that made training films. Among the other soldiers in his unit were future producer Martin Starger and future novelist/writer Ira Levin.

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Known For

Peyton Place
Peyton Place Miscellaneous Crew
(1964-1966)
Intimate Agony
(1983)

Filmography

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 1990 Father Dowling Mysteries (TV Series) (executive script consultant - 7 episodes)
- The Solid Gold Headache Mystery (1990) ... (executive script consultant - as Richard DeRoy)
- The Ghost of a Chance Mystery (1990) ... (executive script consultant - as Richard DeRoy)
- The Woman Scorned Mystery (1990) ... (executive script consultant - as Richard DeRoy)
- The Stone Killer Mystery (1990) ... (executive script consultant - as Richard DeRoy)
- The Sanctuary Mystery (1990) ... (executive script consultant - as Richard DeRoy)
 1983-1984 Remington Steele (TV Series) (executive script consultant - 22 episodes)
- Elementary Steele (1984) ... (executive script consultant - as Dick DeRoy)
- Hounded Steele (1984) ... (executive script consultant - as Dick DeRoy)
- Woman of Steele (1984) ... (executive script consultant - as Dick DeRoy)
- Dreams of Steele (1984) ... (executive script consultant - as Dick DeRoy)
- Molten Steele (1984) ... (executive script consultant - as Dick DeRoy)
 1979 Hart to Hart (TV Series) (executive story editor - 6 episodes)
- With This Gun, I Thee Wed (1979) ... (executive story editor - as Richard Deroy)
- Murder Between Friends (1979) ... (executive story editor - as Richard Deroy)
- Death in the Slow Lane (1979) ... (executive story editor - as Richard Deroy)
- Jonathan Hart Jr. (1979) ... (executive story editor - as Richard DeRoy)
- Passport to Murder (1979) ... (executive story editor - as Richard DeRoy)
 1974 Sons and Daughters (TV Series) (executive story consultant - 9 episodes)
- The Tryst (1974) ... (executive story consultant)
- The Invitation (1974) ... (executive story consultant)
- The Pregnancy (1974) ... (executive story consultant)
- The Rejection (1974) ... (executive story consultant)
- The Accident (1974) ... (executive story consultant)
 1971 The Last of the Powerseekers (TV Movie) (executive story consultant)
 1965-1966 Peyton Place (TV Series) (executive script consultant - 115 episodes)
- Episode #2.73 (1966) ... (executive script consultant - as Richard DeRoy)
- Episode #2.72 (1966) ... (executive script consultant - as Richard DeRoy)
- Episode #2.71 (1966) ... (executive script consultant - as Richard DeRoy)
- Episode #2.70 (1966) ... (executive script consultant - as Richard DeRoy)
- Episode #2.69 (1966) ... (executive script consultant)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Unsold pilot: Wrote the teleplay for a pilot for "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner", based on the film Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (1967)) See more »

Alternate Names:

Dick DeRoy | Richard DeRoy | Richard Deroy
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Trivia:

In 1953 DeRoy, who was in the Army reserves, was put on active duty and posted to the army film studio in Astoria, New York, where he was in a unit that made training films. Among the other soldiers in his unit were future producer Martin Starger and future novelist/writer Ira Levin.

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Dick

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Taurus

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