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Sherwood Schwartz

As a Guest

4 segments

T.V. Week: A Tale of a Fateful Trip.

Radio and television writer Sherwood Schwartz. Schwartz began writing for radio on the Bob Hope Show in 1939. When television came along, Schwartz wrote for such comedy hit shows as "The Red Skelton Show," and "My Favorite Martian." He won an Emmy Award for his comedy writing from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. In 1963 Sherwood created, wrote and produced the hit series "Gilligan's Island." He was also responsible for “The Brady Bunch.” (REBROADCAST FROM 8/26/88)

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