Co-produced a pilot called "The Daring Deeds of Johnny Dur". The plot revolved around daydreams of a Walter Mitty-like protagonist who, in this case, was a child.
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American writer-director of the 1950's, a graduate of UCLA. Entered films as a prop man at Paramount. He often worked in tandem with writer-producer Clarence Greene
. Rouse is best remembered for the classic film noir D.O.A.
(1950) and for the sex comedy Pillow Talk
(1959). Rouse and Greene also released the short-lived TV series Tightrope
(1959) through their company, Greene-Rouse Productions,.