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Devery Freeman (1913–2005)

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 1965 Kraft Suspense Theatre (TV Series) (producer - 1 episode)
- The Rise and Fall of Eddie Carew (1965) ... (producer)
 1960-1962 Pete and Gladys (TV Series) (producer - 71 episodes)
- Continental Dinner (1962) ... (producer)
- The Expectant Gardener (1962) ... (producer)
- The Arrival (1962) ... (producer)
- The Case of the Gossipy Maid (1962) ... (producer)
- Step on Me (1962) ... (producer)
 1959-1960 The Ann Sothern Show (TV Series) (producer - 32 episodes)
- Angels (1960) ... (producer)
- Wedding March (1960) ... (producer)
- Boy Genius (1960) ... (producer)
- Doubting Devery (1960) ... (producer)
- The Roman Hatter (1960) ... (producer)
 1959 Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse (TV Series) (producer - 1 episode)
- Two Counts of Murder (1959) ... (producer)
 1958 The Thin Man (TV Series) (producer - 2 episodes)
- The Art of Murder (1958) ... (producer)
- The Saucer People (1958) ... (producer)
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In 1960, he co-produced a sitcom pilot featuring Joan Davis for NBC called "The Joan Davis Show" about a woman who runs an answering service and manages to get enmeshed in the problems of her clients. The pilot was never picked up. See more »

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He began his professional writing career while attending Brooklyn College. He wrote short stories for the New Yorker and the Saturday Evening Post. Eventually he became a studio staff writer at MGM. See more »

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Aquarius

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