Morton Fine was a both producer and a writer. He frequently collaborated with David Friedkin, writing for radio, motion pictures,
and television. The collection consists of various script drafts, pre-production notes and memos for a number of projects
Kojak (1973 to 74) and the film
The Greek Tycoon.
Morton Fine was both a producer and writer for television and motion pictures. He started working with David Friedkin in the
1940s writing for the radio and later motion pictures and television. His numerous credits include the television series I Spy, Kojak, McCloud, and Streets of San Francisco as well as the motion pictures The Greek Tycoon and Caboblanco.
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