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Milt Rosen wrote screenplays for television for most of his Hollywood career. he wrote for TV specials like "Jimmy Durante Meets the Lively Arts" (1965-66), "And Debbie Makes Six" (ABC, 1966-67) and "The Andy Williams Special" (NBC, 1970-71). Rosen also worked in film and wrote the script for "Do Not Disturb" (1965) with Doris Day. Rosen was nominated for an Outstanding Writing Achievement In Comedy Primetime Emmy Award for "The Bob Newhart Show" in 1962. During the latter half of his career, Rosen wrote scripts for "CHiPs" (1977-1983), "Enos" (CBS, 1980-81) and "Too Close For Comfort" (ABC, 1980-85). He also appeared in "Lewis & Clark" (NBC, 1981-82) and "Tales of the Gold Monkey" (ABC, 1982-83). Rosen more recently wrote "e/r" (CBS, 1984-85).
Tony Scott ( 2006-03-15 )
Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever
Born: May 8, 1888 Marienburg, Russia
Died: October 22, 1951 Hollywood, CA
Rosen started his career with the Edison company in 1912, later joining Paramount as a director. One time president of the American Society of Cinematographers he also served on the board of the Screen Directors Guild.
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