Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
Michael Denison to Carol L. Dudley
Charles S. Dubin Biography (1919-)
- Birth Details
- February 1, 1919
- New York, New York, United States
Credits; Television Director; Movies
Murder Once Removed, CBS, 1971.
The Tenth Level, CBS, 1976.
The Gathering, Part II, NBC, 1979.
- (With Don Chaffey) International Airport, ABC, 1985.
A Masterpiece of Murder (also known as A Nice, Pleasant, DeadlyWeekend in Palm Springs), NBC, 1986.
Drop-Out Mother, CBS, 1988.
- Director (with Allan Reisner), To Die in Paris, 1968.
Credits; Television Director; Pilots
- "Why He Was Late for Work" and "The Brave and the Free," Of Men, of Women, ABC, 1972.
Murdock's Gang, CBS, 1973.
Deadly Triangle, NBC, 1977.
The Wilds of Ten Thousand Islands, CBS, 1978.
Topper, ABC, 1979.
Never Say Never, CBS, 1979.
The Nightingales, NBC, 1979.
Dribble, NBC, 1980.
Credits; Television Director; Mini-series
Roots: The Next Generations, Part 2, ABC, 1979.
The Manions of America, Parts 2 and 3, ABC, 1981.
Credits; Television Director; Series
- (With Alex Segal and Frank Telford) Pulitzer Prize Playhouse, ABC,1950-52.
Two Girls Named Smith, ABC, 1951.
Crime with Father, ABC, 1951-52.
Opera vs. Jazz, ABC, 1953.
- (With Paul Bogart, Robert Butler, Fielder Cook, and others) The Defenders, CBS, 1961-65.
- (With Leo Penn, Robert Gist, Don Weis, and others) The Virginian,NBC, 1962- 70.
- (With Virgil W. Vogel, Arthur H. Nadel, Lawrence Dobkin, and others) The Big Valley, ABC, 1965-69.
- (With Barry Shear, William Whitney, Earl Bellamy, and others) Tarzan, NBC, 1966-68, CBS, 1969.
- (With Penn, William A. Graham, Bruce Kessler, and others) Ironside, NBC, 1967-75.
- (With Abner Biberman, Bernard McEveety, Corey Allen, and others) Hawaii Five-O, CBS, 1968-80.
- (With Gerald Mayer, John Erman, Herschel Daugherty, and others) Bracken's World, NBC, 1969-71.
- (With Bellamy, Vincent Sherman, Joseph Pevney, and others) Medical Center, CBS, 1969-76.
- (With Daniel Petrie, Daniel Haller, Fernando Lamas, and others) The Man and the City, ABC, 1971-72.
- (With Harry Falk, David Lowell Rich, Buzz Kulik, and others) Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law, ABC, 1971-74.
- (With Robert Day, Reza S. Badiyi, Ralph Senensky, and others) Banyon, NBC, 1972-73.
- (With Butler, Richard Lang, John Llewellyn Moxey, and others) Kung Fu, ABC, 1972-75.
- (With Burt Metcalfe, Gene Reynolds, William K. Jurgenson, and others) M*A*S*H, CBS, 1972-83.
- (With Richard T. Heffron, Joseph Hardy, Jeannot Szwarc, and others) Toma, ABC, 1973-74.
- (With Sigmund Neufeld, Jr., David Friedkin, Jerry London, and others) Kojak, CBS, 1973-78.
- (With Jay Benson) Lucas Tanner, NBC, 1974-75.
- (With David Greene, Peter H. Hunt, Jack Arnold, and others) Ellery Queen, NBC, 1975-76.
- (With Charles R. Rondeau, Paul Stanley, Bernard L. Kowalski, and others)Baretta, ABC, 1975-78.
- (With Don McDougall, Harvey S. Laidman, William F. Claxton, and others) The Blue Knight, CBS, 1975, syndicated, 1975 and 1983.
- (With Falk, Badiyi, and others) Jigsaw John, NBC, 1976.
- (With Hardy, Joseph Pevny, Sherman, and others) Executive Suite, CBS, 1976- 77.
- (With Haller, John D. F. Black, Ronald Austin, and others) Charlie's Angels, ABC, 1976-81.
- (With Laidman, Vogel, Richard Benedict, and others) The Man from Atlantis, NBC, 1977-78.
- (With Rondeau, Murray Golden, and others) Tabitha, ABC, 1977-78.
- (With Alexander Singer, Reynolds, Allen Williams, and others) Lou Grant, CBS, 1977-82.
- (With Dan Curtis, Barry Crane, and others) Supertrain, CBS, 1979.
- (With I. C. Rapoport and Philip Leacock) Born to the Wind (also known as Indians), NBC, 1982.
- (With McEveety and Bill Bixby) Herbie, the Love Bug, CBS, 1982.
- (With Michael Preece) Ace Crawford, Private Eye, CBS, 1983.
- (With John Rich, J. D. Lobue, and others) Amanda's, ABC, 1983.
- (With John Bowab, Rod Daniel, and others) Teachers Only, NBC, 1983.
- (With Bowab) Jennifer Slept Here, NBC, 1983-84.
- (With Hy Aberback and Jay Sandrich) The Four Seasons, CBS, 1984.
- (With Neufeld, Daniel, Leonard B. Stern, and others) Partners in Crime, NBC, 1984.
Stir Crazy, CBS, 1985-86.
Matlock, NBC, 1986.
The Ted Knight Show, syndicated, 1986.
Starman, ABC, 1986-87.
Credits; Television Director; Specials
- (With Max Liebman) Holiday, NBC, 1956.
The General Motors 50th Anniversary Show, NBC, 1957.
Texaco Command Performance, NBC, 1957.
Judy Garland and Her Guests, Phil Silvers and Robert Goulet, CBS,1963.
- (And producer) The Nut House, CBS, 1964.
- (And producer) Cinderella, CBS, 1967.
Credits; Television Director; Episodic
- (With Gene Levitt, Daryl Duke, and others) "Cool Million," The NBC Wednesday Night Mystery Movie, NBC, 1972-73.
- "Mathnet," Square One TV, PBS, 1987.
- "All-American Sports Nuts" (also known as "All-American Sports Comedy Hour"), The Magical World of Disney, NBC, 1988.
Credits; Other Television Work; Director
- Director of Paul Taylor Dance Company, 1978; My Palikari, 1982; Waiting for Godot, 1982; Bolshoi Ballet; and Omnibus.
Credits; Television Appearances
Memories of M*A*S*H, CBS, 1991.
Credits; Film Director
Mister Rock and Roll, Paramount, 1957.
Moving Violation, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1976.