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Herbert F. Solow

Herbert F. Solow is a production executive, writer and producer. As a studio head at Desilu Studios and MGM in the 1960s, Solow oversaw the development and production of shows like "Star Trek", "Mission: Impossible", "Mannix" and "Medical Center" After leaving MGM, he established Solow Production Company, which created and produced "Man From ... See full bio »
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 1969-1970 Medical Center (TV Series) (executive in charge of production - 26 episodes)
- Between Dark and Daylight (1970) ... (executive in charge of production)
- The Rebel in White (1970) ... (executive in charge of production)
- His Brother's Keeper (1970) ... (executive in charge of production)
- The V.D. Story (1970) ... (executive in charge of production)
- The Combatants (1970) ... (executive in charge of production)
 1969-1970 The Courtship of Eddie's Father (TV Series) (executive in charge of production - 26 episodes)
- Money Is a Five Letter Word (1970) ... (executive in charge of production)
- Don't Look Now, But Your Scorpio's Rising (1970) ... (executive in charge of production)
- Free Is a Four Letter Word (1970) ... (executive in charge of production)
- A Five-Pound Monkey on His Stomach (1970) ... (executive in charge of production)
- The Promise (1970) ... (executive in charge of production)
 1969 Then Came Bronson (TV Series) (executive in charge of production - 6 episodes)
- Sibyl (1969) ... (executive in charge of production)
- Against a Blank Cold Wall (1969) ... (executive in charge of production)
- All the World and God (1969) ... (executive in charge of production)
- Two Percent of Nothing (1969) ... (executive in charge of production)
- The Old Motorcycle Fiasco (1969) ... (executive in charge of production)
 1966-1968 Mission: Impossible (TV Series) (executive in charge of production - 53 episodes)
- Recovery (1968) ... (executive in charge of production)
- Trial by Fury (1968) ... (executive in charge of production)
- The Phoenix (1968) ... (executive in charge of production)
- The Killing (1968) ... (executive in charge of production)
- The Town (1968) ... (executive in charge of production)
 1967-1968 Mannix (TV Series) (executive in charge of production - 24 episodes)
- The Girl in the Frame (1968) ... (executive in charge of production)
- To Kill a Writer (1968) ... (executive in charge of production)
- Delayed Action (1968) ... (executive in charge of production)
- Eight to Five, It's a Miracle (1968) ... (executive in charge of production)
- Another Final Exit (1968) ... (executive in charge of production)
 1966-1968 Star Trek (TV Series) (executive in charge of production - 54 episodes)
- Bread and Circuses (1968) ... (executive in charge of production)
- The Ultimate Computer (1968) ... (executive in charge of production)
- The Omega Glory (1968) ... (executive in charge of production)
- By Any Other Name (1968) ... (executive in charge of production)
- Patterns of Force (1968) ... (executive in charge of production)
 1966 The Long Hunt of April Savage (TV Movie) (executive in charge of production)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Unsold pilot: He produced a pilot for ABC called "Operation Hang-Ten." The plot involved a young, athletic police officer who worked undercover at venues where criminals victimize adventurous, athletic youths.

Publicity Listings:

1 Print Biography | 1 Interview | See more »

Alternate Names:

Herbert Solow
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Personal Quote:

[on working with Frank Sinatra on Dirty Dingus Magee (1970)] Frank always turned up on time and knew exactly what he had to do; he didn't interfere and just got on with it. See more »

Trivia:

While he was an executive at Desilu Studios (later to become part of Paramount Pictures), he was approached by a soft-spoken Texan who was nervously holding a crumpled piece of paper. The man was Gene Roddenberry. The paper held the outline of a story that would become Star Trek (1966). See more »

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