Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
Jack Dabdoub to Anthony John Denison
Marc Daniels Biography (c. 1912-1989)
Born Danny Marcus, c. 1912 in Pittsburgh, PA; died of heart failure, April 23, 1989, in Santa Monica, CA; wife's name Emily; children: two daughters, oneson.
- Birth Details
- c. 1912
- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
- Death Details
- April 23, 1989
- Santa Monica, California, United States
Credits; STAGE APPEARANCES
- Dead End, Belasco Theatre, New York City.
- The Yeoman of the Guard, New York City.
Credits; STAGE WORK; DIRECTOR
- Phoenix '55 (revue), Phoenix Theatre, New York City, 1955.
- Copper and Brass, Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, 1957.
- Linda Stone Is Brutal, Bucks County Playhouse, New Hope, PA, 1964.
- The Girl in the Freudian Slip, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1967.
- 36, Jewish Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1980.
- Also assistant stage manager, Dead End, Belasco Theatre, New York City.
Credits; FILM WORK
- Director, Squeeze a Flower, NLT Group W, 1970.
- Also director, The Big Fun Carnival, 1957.
Credits; TELEVISION APPEARANCES; PILOTS
- That's Our Sherman, NBC, 1948.
- TELEVISION WORK; ALL AS DIRECTOR,UNLESS INDICATEDSERIES (Also producer with Jules Bricken) Ford Theatre Hour, CBS, 1948-51.
- (with Walter Hart and Willliam Berke) The Goldbergs, CBS, 1949-51, then Dumont, 1954, later syndicated, 1955-56.
- producer, The Nash Airflyte Theatre, CBS, 1950-51.
- I Love Lucy, CBS, 1951-52.
- My Hero (also known as The Robert Cummings Show), NBC, 1952-53.
- (with John Rich) Where's Raymond? (also known as The Ray Bolger Show), ABC, 1953-55.
- (with Ernest D. Glucksman; also producer with Glucksman and Don Appel) The Imogene Coca Show, NBC, 1954-55.
- (with William A. Graham) Witness, CBS, 1960-61.
- producer, Saints and Sinners, NBC, 1962-63.
- executive producer (with Anne Marcus) and producer (with Leonard Friedlander), The Life and Times of Eddie Roberts, syndicated, 1980.
- Life with Lucy, ABC, 1986.
- creative consultant, Can This Marriage Be Saved?, syndicated, 1989.
- Last of the Private Eyes (broadcast as an episode of The Dick Powell Show; also known as The Hollywood Showcase), NBC, 1963.
- Assignment: Earth (broadcast as an episode of Star Trek), NBC, 1968.
- Prudence and the Chief, ABC, 1970.
- Planet Earth, ABC, 1974.
- Co-Ed Fever, CBS, 1979.
- Soldiers of Fortune, syndicated, 1955.
- Shane, ABC, 1966.
- Star Trek, NBC, 1966-69 (fourteen episodes).
- Paris 7000, ABC, 1970.
- Here We Go Again, ABC, 1973.
- "One of Our Planets Is Missing," Star Trek (animated), NBC, 1973.
- Gibbsville, NBC, 1976.
- Spencer's Pilots, CBS, 1976.
- The Andros Targets, CBS, 1977.
- Husbands, Wives, and Lovers, CBS, 1978.
- Doctors' Private Lives, ABC, 1979.
- The Life and Times of Eddie Roberts, syndicated, 1980.
- Amanda's, ABC, 1983.
- Gun Shy, CBS, 1983.
- Mr. President, Fox, 1987 (ten episodes).
Credits; Also The Survivors (also known as Harold Robbins' "The Survivors"), ABC; Hawaii Five-0, CBS; Ben Casey, ABC; Branded, NBC; Burke's Law, ABC; Love, American Style, ABC; Colt .45, ABC; Eight Is Enough,ABC; Apple's Way, CBS; Bonanza, NBC; Gunsmoke, CBS (ten episodes); Cannon, CBS; Alice, CBS (eighty-six episodes); Search, NBC; I Married Joan, NBC (twenty-six episodes);The Doris Day Show, CBS (eleven episodes); The Man from U.N.C.L.E., NBC; TheMen from Shiloh, NBC; Mission
- Impossible, CBS; Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law, ABC; Flo, CBS (ten episodes); James at 15, NBC; The Man from Atlantis, NBC; Marcus Welby, M.D., ABC(thirty-three episodes); Private Benjamin,CBS; Toma, ABC; Vega$, ABC; Saintsand Sinners, NBC; Jigsaw, ABC; Hogan's Heroes, CBS (nineteen episodes); Dr. Kildare, NBC; Mickey Spillane's "Mike Hammer," CBS; Crazy Like a Fox, CBS; TheName of the Game,NBC; Barnaby Jones, CBS; Kung Fu, ABC; The F.B.I., ABC; East Side/West Side, CBS; Slattery's People, CBS; Fame.
- Father Knows Best: Home for Christmas, NBC, 1977.
- He's Fired, She's Hired, CBS, 1984.
- Special People, CBS, 1984.
- Vengeance: The Story of Tony Cimo, CBS, 1986.
- Arsenic and Old Lace, CBS, 1949.
- (also producer) Jane Eyre, CBS, 1961.
- The Power and the Glory, CBS, 1961.
- The Heiress, CBS, 1961.
- "Emily, Emily," Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1977.
- "Have I Got a Christmas for You," Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1977.
- Lucy Calls the President, CBS, 1977.
- "Fame," Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1978.
- (also producer) Skinflint, NBC, 1979.
- Also director, All the Money in the World.
OBITUARIES AND OTHER SOURCES:
- New York Times, April 29, 1989.
- Variety, May 3-9, 1989.
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