|The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo||1980 1979 - 1980||Writer||n/a||1|
|Mork and Mindy||1982 1978 - 1982||Writer||n/a||1|
|The Partridge Family (ABC)||1974 1970 - 1974||Writer||n/a||1|
|Alice||1985 1976 - 1985||Writer||n/a||1|
|All in the Family||1979 1970 - 1979||Writer||n/a||1|
|Get Smart||1970 1965 - 1970||Story By||story consultant||1|
|The Jeffersons||1985 1975 - 1985||Story By||story editor||1|
|Reunited with Jay Ward to write for "Rocky and His Friends"|
|Wrote for the "The Partridge Family"|
|Wrote for "All in the Family"|
|First collaboration with producer-animator Jay Ward: co-created the first TV cartoon show, "Crusader Rabbit"|
|Began writing for the Warner Bros cartoon department|
|Wrote for "The Bullwinkle Show"|
|Served as a producer on "Good Times"|
|Wrote and directed episodes of Bob Clampett's "Time for Beany", a syndicated puppet show|
|Served as executive creative consultant for first two seasons and wrote for "Mork and Mindy"|
Shifting to TV, Turner collaborated with producer-animator Jay Ward in 1949 to create "Crusader Rabbit", the first TV cartoon series. He moved on to write and direct "Time for Beany" (1950), a puppet show about a boy and his sea serpent that formed the basis for the subsequent "Beany and Cecil" cartoon series. Turner rejoined Jay Ward and Bill Scott in 1959 to write for the seminal cartoon series "Rocky and His Friends" and its follow-up, "The Bullwinkle Show". Though the animation was limited, the scripting was clever, multi-layered (suitable for kids and parents alike) and satirical, earning enduring cult status for the show.
Turner segued to live-action writing with the popular James Bond spoof "Get Smart" and worked on some of the most fondly remembered shows of the 70s: "The Partridge Family", "All in the Family", "Maude", "The Jeffersons", "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "Alice". He served as a producer on the "Maude" spinoff, "Good Times", and aided in the creation of "Mork and Mindy". In addition to writing for the series, Turner guided the cartoonish antics of the youthful Robin Williams as the executive creative consultant for the first two seasons.
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