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  1. Stanley Ralph Ross was an American writer and actor. He was raised in Brooklyn, New York, starting his career in advertising with Chudacoff and Margulis Advertising in West Los Angeles, then soon going to work as a writer on various television shows such as the 1960s Batman series starring Adam West and also The Monkees, and developed Wonder Woman for television with Douglas S. Cramer. Ross was sometimes credited as Sue Donem, a pun on "pseudonym".

  2. Stanley Ralph Ross (July 22, 1935 – March 16, 2000) was an American writer and actor. He was raised in Brooklyn New York, starting his career in advertising With Chudacoff and Margulis Advertising in West Los Angeles, then soon going to work as a writer on various television shows such as the 1960s Batman series starring Adam West and also The Monkees , and developed Wonder Woman for ...

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    In 1958, Ross teamed with Bob Arbogast to write and record the novelty record "Chaos, parts 1 and 2". When it came out (on Liberty Records), it sold 10,000 copies in three days and then was banned from radio play on the fourth day - when stations realized that it satirized "Top 40" radio. Dr Demento has kept "Chaos" alive. They later co-wrote an al...

    Burn Hollywood Burn (1998) as Himself, Romantic Comedy (1983) actor, Helter Skelter (1976) as Sgt. Ross, Candy Stripe Nurses (1974) as Dr. Kramer, Sleeper (1973) as Sears Wiggles, Tony Rome (1967) as Sam Boyd, The Flight of the Phoenix (1965) as Arab Singer, John Goldfarb, Please Come Home(1964) as Muezzin.

    Ross made his mark on television with writing. As an ABC executive, he wrote (and directed) the classic opening segment to ABC's Wide World of Sports: He wrote a third of the 1960s Batmanepisodes, including one in which he played "Ballpoint Baxter." The character had no lines. Baxter was his nickname in real life. Although most recognized for his w...

    Ross also was known for his distinctive voice and did much voiceover work. He also did the voice of Gorilla Grodd on Challenge of the SuperFriends and Super Friends cartoons, as well as taking over as Brainiac in Super Friends, Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show and The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians, Perry White in the 1988 Supe...

    In addition to his other work Ross also recorded audio books. Some of his recordings areA Book of the Five Rings based on the book of the same name by Musashi Miyamoto, Believe and Achieve based on the writings of Napoleon Hill and Awakening Your Mind Power, Channeling Your Higher Self,Explore Your Past Lives, Meditation and Self Hypnosis all based...

    Ross was also a song writer, composing over 200 pieces, collaborating with such talent as Henry Mancini. He also taught at the University of Southern Californiafilm school. One of his famous quotes: "Jesus was a Jew, yes, but only on his mother's side" Ross became an ordained minister, marrying Burt Ward, who starred as Robin on the 1960s Batmanser...

    Ross died of lung cancer on March 16, 2000 leaving behind a wife and three children. He was buried in Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery. His grave reads: Larger Than Life Beloved Son, Husband, Father, Grandfather STANLEY RALPH ROSS July 22, 1935 * March 16, 2000 "Thanks, I Had A Wonderful Time!"

  3. Stanley Ralph Ross, Writer: All in the Family. Spent several years in advertising, first writing for show business was the Beach Party Movies, then moved on to write every 4th episode of Batman (1966), multiple episodes for The Monkees (1966), The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (1964), All in the Family (1971), Columbo (1971), Banacek (1972), Kids Incorporated (1984).

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    Stanley Ralph Ross (born July 22, 1935; died March 16, 2000) was an actor who played Quasimodo and additional voices on The Incredible Hulk and Joey Nails on Spider-Man. As a writer, he was sometimes credited as Sue Donem, a pun on "pseudonym."

    Other notable works include My Favorite Martian, The Flight of the Phoenix, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Batman, Helter Skelter, Monster Squad, Serpico, Gorilla Grodd on Challenge of the Superfriends, The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show, Hart to Hart, The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang, Ri¢hie Ri¢h, Casablanca, Paw Paws, InHumanoids, Superman, The Real...

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  4. Stanley Ralph Ross (Born, July 22, 1935 – Died, March 16, 2000) was raised in Brooklyn New York. He started his career in advertising, then soon going to work as a writer and actor on various television shows, most notably cult-classics such as the 1960's Batman TV series starring Adam West and also the TV series, The Monkees. As the voice of Grodd for the entire 3rd season (1978) and his ...

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