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Samuel Newman (I) (1919–1977)

Samuel Newman was born on December 14, 1919 in Jersey City, New Jersey, USA. He is known for his work on Perry Mason (1957), Jungle Manhunt (1951) and Jungle Man-Eaters (1954). He died in September 1977 in the USA. See full bio »


(age 57) in USA

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Perry Mason
Perry Mason Miscellaneous Crew
Jungle Manhunt
Jungle Man-Eaters


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  Tarzan (TV Series) (story consultant - 7 episodes, 1967) (production associate - 5 episodes, 1967) (production executive - 1 episode, 1967)
- Tiger, Tiger! (1967) ... (story consultant)
- The Perils of Charity Jones: Part 1 (1967) ... (production associate) / (story consultant)
- Jungle Dragnet (1967) ... (production associate) / (story consultant)
- To Steal the Rising Sun (1967) ... (production associate) / (story consultant)
- Mask of Rona (1967) ... (production associate) / (story consultant)
  Perry Mason (TV Series) (story consultant - 109 episodes, 1961 - 1965) (script consultant - 1 episode, 1962)
- The Case of the Mischievous Doll (1965) ... (story consultant)
- The Case of the Wrongful Writ (1965) ... (story consultant)
- The Case of the Grinning Gorilla (1965) ... (story consultant)
- The Case of the Duplicate Case (1965) ... (story consultant)
- The Case of the Gambling Lady (1965) ... (story consultant)
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