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 1984 More Lives Than One (TV Movie)
 1984 Fox Mystery Theater (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- And the Wall Came Tumbling Down (1984) ... (writer)
 1978 Scorpion Tales (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- The Great Albert (1978) ... (writer)
 1976 To the Devil a Daughter (adaptation by)
 1974 Dial M for Murder (TV Series)
 1974 Mousey (TV Movie)
 1973 Armchair Theatre (TV Series) (written by - 1 episode)
- Red Riding Hood (1973) ... (written by)
 1973 Menace (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- The Sitting Tenant (1973) ... (writer)
 1972 Straight on Till Morning (original screenplay)
 1972 The Shadow of the Tower (TV Mini-Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- The Fledgling (1972) ... (writer)
 1970 ITV Saturday Night Theatre (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- The Rococo Bush (1970) ... (writer)
 1969 School for Unclaimed Girls (screenplay)
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 1984 Fox Mystery Theater (TV Series) (story editor - 4 episodes)
- Child's Play (1984) ... (story editor)
- Black Carrion (1984) ... (story editor)
- Last Video and Testament (1984) ... (story editor)
- Mark of the Devil (1984) ... (story editor)
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 1972 Straight on Till Morning (lyrics: "Straight On Till Morning")

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His play, "Reflections," was performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Dorothy Tutin, Donald Pleasance, Gordon Gostelow, Jeffery Kissoon, and Margery Mason in the cast. Keith Hack was director.

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