There is very little biographical information available about television writer, Don Hinkley. Hinkley was born Richmond, California,
ca. 1922. He started his television career writing for Steve Allen variety ns2:shows in New York. He moved on to write one
The Bob Newhart Show, the 1961 variety series, followed by four years with the
The Andy Williams Show. He wrote for the
The Carol Burnett Show and
The Flip Wilson Show. Hinkley joined
The Muppet Show at the beginning of its second season and stayed through the fifth season. He died ca. February 1981.1922-1981 Hinkley was
a television writer and producer. His credits include: The Carol Burnet Show, Flip, I'm Dickens, He's Fenster, The Muppet
Show, and the Steve Allen Plymouth Show.
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