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Everett Freeman (1911–1991)

Everett Freeman was born on February 2, 1911 in New York City, New York, USA. He was a producer and writer, known for Bachelor Father (1957), It Happened on Fifth Avenue (1947) and The Glass Bottom Boat (1966). He died on January 24, 1991 in Westwood, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Bachelor Father
Bachelor Father Producer
The Glass Bottom Boat


Jump to: Producer | Writer | Soundtrack | Self
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (13 credits)
 1970 How Do I Love Thee? (producer)
 1970 Zig Zag (producer)
 1969 The Maltese Bippy (producer)
 1966 The Phyllis Diller Show (TV Series) (producer)
 1966 The Glass Bottom Boat (producer)
 1963 Sunday in New York (producer)
 1962 Alcoa Premiere (TV Series) (producer - 2 episodes)
- Mr. Lucifer (1962) ... (producer)
- The Long Walk Home (1962) ... (producer)
 1962 I Love My Doctor (TV Movie) (producer)
 1958-1962 Bachelor Father (TV Series) (producer - 128 episodes)
- Curfew Shall Not Ring Tonight (1962) ... (producer)
- Peter, the Medicine Man (1962) ... (producer)
- Boys Will Be (1962) ... (producer)
- Bentley Takes It Easy (1962) ... (producer)
- What Men Don't Know (1962) ... (producer)
 1962 General Electric Theater (TV Series) (producer - 1 episode)
- The First Hundred Years (1962) ... (producer)
 1959 Schlitz Playhouse (TV Series) (producer - 1 episode)
- Ivy League (1959) ... (producer)
 1951 Jim Thorpe -- All-American (producer)
Show Show Writer (39 credits)
Show Show Soundtrack (1 credit)
Show Show Self (1 credit)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Wrote a unsold pilot for a TV series called "Uncle Leroy" which starred George Gobel who played a man who day-dreamed himself into all sorts of heroic situations.

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At age 18 he was the youngest regular contributor to the New York's Saturday Evening Post. See more »

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