The Reason Nobody Hardly Ever Seen a Fat Outlaw in the Old West Is As Follows: 1955 - 1957, 1966 - 1969, 1971 - 1972 (Tv Show)
Received final writing credit for the Academy Awards
Released the memoir So Far, So Funny: My Life in Show Business
Helmed the ABC TV-movie "For the Love of It"
Produced and wrote the NBC TV-movie "Lucy Moves to NBC"
Wrote, directed and executive produced "Three Coins in the Fountain" (NBC)
Created and produced groundbreaking NBC sitcom "Julia," starring Diahann Carroll; also directed several episodes
Created the comedy series "Valentine's Day" (ABC); also wrote, directed and produced
Wrote the musical comedy feature "Blue Hawaii," starring Presley
Feature directorial debut, "Loving You" starring Elvis Presley
Collaborated with Tennessee Williams on the big screen adaptation of Williams' drama "The Rose Tattoo"
Created, produced and was head writer of "The George Gobel Show" (NBC, CBS)
Began writing for the Academy Awards telecast; went on to write several Oscar shows for more than 30 years
Television writing debut on comedy variety program "The Ed Wynn Show"
Moved to Long Beach, NY when he was around 16
Launched his comedy writing career in radio in the late 1930s