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  1. Douglas Heyes From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Douglas Heyes (May 22, 1919 – February 8, 1993) was an American film and television writer, director, producer, actor, composer, and author with a long list of accomplishments. He was sometimes credited under the pseudonym Matthew Howard.

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    Douglas Heyes From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Douglas Heyes (May 22, 1919 – February 8, 1993) was an American film and television writer, director, producer, actor, composer, and author with a long list of accomplishments. He was sometimes credited under the pseudonym Matthew Howard.

  3. Douglas Heyes — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    Feb 09, 2021 · From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Dou­glas Heyes (May 22, 1919 – Feb­ru­ary 8, 1993) was an Amer­i­can film and tele­vi­sion writer, di­rec­tor, pro­ducer, actor, com­poser, and au­thor with a long list of ac­com­plish­ments. He was some­times cred­ited under the pseu­do­nym Matthew Howard.

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    Douglas Howard Heyes (* 27. Oktober 1919 in Los Angeles, Kalifornien, USA; † 8. Februar 1993 in Beverly Hills, Kalifornien) war ein US-amerikanischer Drehbuchautor und Regisseur.

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    • Filmografia
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    Regista

    1. Your Jeweler's Showcase– serie TV, un episodio (1953) 2. The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin– serie TV, 9 episodi (1955-1956) 3. Circus Boy– serie TV, 2 episodi (1956) 4. Tales of the 77th Bengal Lancers– serie TV, 4 episodi (1956-1957) 5. Conflict– serie TV, 2 episodi (1957) 6. Colt .45– serie TV, 2 episodi (1957) 7. Cheyenne– serie TV, 2 episodi (1957-1958) 8. Indirizzo permanente (77 Sunset Strip) – serie TV, un episodio (1958) 9. La città in controluce (Naked City) – serie TV, 3 episodi (195...

    Sceneggiatore

    1. Your Jeweler's Showcase– serie TV, un episodio (1953) 2. La battaglia di Fort River (Battle of Rogue River) (1954) 3. Tamburi a Tahiti (Drums of Tahiti) (1954) 4. Il guanto di ferro (The Iron Glove) (1954) 5. I giustizieri del Kansas (Masterson of Kansas) (1954) 6. Cheyenne– serie TV, 3 episodi (1955-1956) 7. The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin– serie TV, 37 episodi (1954-1956) 8. Circus Boy– serie TV, 3 episodi (1956) 9. Tales of the 77th Bengal Lancers– serie TV, 4 episodi (1956-1957) 10. M Sq...

    Produttore

    1. Tales of the 77th Bengal Lancers– serie TV (1956) 2. The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin– serie TV, 28 episodi (1955-1957) 3. Circus Boy– serie TV, 35 episodi (1956-1957) 4. Il virginiano (The Virginian) – serie TV, un episodio (1962) 5. The Bravo Duke– film TV (1965) 6. Bearcats!– serie TV, un episodio (1971) 7. Honky Tonk– film TV (1974) 8. Barbary Coast– serie TV, un episodio (1975)

    The Kiss-Off, 1951
    The 12th of Never, 1963
    The Kill, 1985
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  7. Douglas Heyes — Wikipédia

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    Douglas Heyes (1919-1993) était un scénariste, réalisateur et producteur américain, aussi connu sous le pseudonyme de Matthew Howard. Douglas Heyes naît le 22 mai 1919 à Los Angeles. Il participe à la seconde guerre mondiale et commence ensuite sa carrière dans le cinéma et la télévision en 1953.

  8. Wikizero - Douglas Heyes

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    Feb 08, 1993 · Douglas Heyes From Wikipedia the free encyclopedia Douglas Heyes (May 22, 1919 – February 8, 1993) was an American film and television writer, director, producer, actor, composer, and author with a long list of accomplishments.

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    Douglas Heyes from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Douglas Howard Heyes (born October 27, 1919 in Los Angeles , California , United States , † February 8, 1993 in Beverly Hills , California) was an American screenwriter and director .

  10. Thriller (American TV series) - Wikipedia

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    Thriller was created by Hubbell Robinson for MCA's Revue Studios. Though remembered primarily as a series that emphasized gothic horror, under producer Fletcher Markle Thriller was initially a series oriented towards suspense and crime drama, in the manner of Alfred Hitchcock Presents. Markle was let go after having completed eight episodes, and replaced by Maxwell Shane. Shane continued in the crime drama mold, though he began to add trappings of gothic horror to a few stories, but he too was replaced after having completed a further nine episodes. The rest of the first season and all of the second was produced by William Frye, who firmly moved Thrillerinto the format for which it would be most well-remembered, although non-horror crime and mystery stories would still be featured from time to time throughout the show's run. Among the many writers for the series were Donald S. Sanford, Robert Hardy Andrews, and Robert Bloch, who adapted a number of his own stories, notably "The Weir...

    Due to a number of TV stations that pre-empted Thriller in favor of local programs, Thriller only ran for two seasons starting September 1960. A few minutes into each episode, Boris Karloffintroduces the title of the episode, the "major players" (actors) in that episode, and states that "as sure as my name is Boris Karloff, this is a thriller!" Karloff also appeared as an actor in five episodes over the duration of the series.

    First soundtrack

    Each episode of the first season featured a specially composed score; the main theme and majority of writing was by Pete Rugolo, with additional compositions by Jerry Goldsmith and Morton Stevens. In 1961, The Original Music of Thriller, composed, arranged and conducted by Rugolo, was released on Bob Shad's Time label.

    Second soundtrack

    After a creative change during the first season, Rugolo was one of the crew to be removed (although his theme music was retained). Goldsmith and Stevens replaced him, scoring the rest of the run between them. The British label Tadlow Music released two albums featuring several of Goldsmith's scores, re-recorded by City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted by Nic Raine. First Tadlow CD released in 2017: 1. The Grim Reaper – Prologue (1:49) 2. The Grim Reaper – Suite (7:22) 3. The Gri...

    Gold Key Comics published a comic book version of Thriller, beginning in October 1962. The title changed to Boris Karloff: Tales of Mystery after the TV series ended; the comic book series lasted until the very end of 1979, long after the death of Karloff himself. Dark Horse Comicspublished an archive reprint of the series beginning in 2009.

    On August 31, 2010, Image Entertainment released Thriller: The Complete Series on DVD in Region 1. The 14-disc set contains all 67 episodes, remastered and uncut, with new commentary tracks and separated music tracks.

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  11. The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin - Wikipedia

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    Beginning in October 1954 until May 1959, 164 episodes originally aired on ABC television network. It starred Lee Aaker as Rusty, a boy orphaned in an Indian raid, who was being raised by the soldiers at a US Cavalry post known as Fort Apache. He and his German shepherd dog, Rin Tin Tin, helped the soldiers to establish order in the American West.

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