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us: Heyes, Douglas, 1919-1993

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    • Howard Heyes
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      Heyes, Douglas, 1923-1993
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    • found: The twilight zone. Vol. 1, c1998: closing credits for The invaders (Douglas Heyes)
    • found: Halliwell's WW in the movies, 1999 (Douglas Heyes; American director from TV; b. 1923, d. 1993)
    • found: Kirkus website, viewed February 16, 2017: May 10, 2011, The Rap Sheet: "The Kill" by Douglas Heyes (Rediscovered Reads) (Douglas Heyes (1919-1993) ... he spent the bulk of his career as a screenwriter. He worked on motion pictures Kitten with a Whip (1964), the 1966 big-screen adaptation of P.C. Wren's novel Beau Geste, and the 1968 film Ice Station Zebra, TV programs such as Bourbon Street Beat, The Bold Ones, Alias Smith and Jones and McCloud, and he was frequently employed on shows produced by the legendary Roy Huggins, including Maverick, 77 Sunset Strip and City of Angels. He penned the excellent (but regrettably unsold) 1974 TV pilot film, The Underground Man, based on Ross Macdonald's 1971 novel and starring Mission: Impossible's Peter Graves as Los Angeles gumshoe Lew Archer. And he went on to create the too-short-lived William Shatner-Doug McClure historical adventure serial, Barbary Coast, and adapt Taylor Caldwell's inter-generational saga, Captains and the Kings, as a 1976 TV miniseries. As an author Heyes proved less prolific. His first book, The Kiss-Off (1951), ... followed that in 1963 with The 12th of Never's hardly surprising he took another two decades to crank out his third and final novel, The Kill) {}
    • found: IMDb, viewed February 16, 2017: (Douglas Heyes was born on May 22, 1919 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Douglas Howard Heyes. He was a writer and producer, known for The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin (1954), North and South (1985) and Ice Station Zebra (1968). He was married to Joanna Heyes. He died on February 8, 1993 in Beverly Hills, California) {}
    • found: Encyclopedia of Television Film Directors, 2009: (Douglas Heyes. b. May 22, 1919. d. May 8, 1993, Beveryly Hills, California)
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