William Gordon Collection directed, produced, or wrote on numerous television shows. The collection consists of bound volumes
of scripts related to his career.
William D. Gordon was born ca. 1918. He started his career as a radio writer (1936). He directed the first live television
shows for the Mutual Don Lee Network (1939). He directed, produced, or wrote on numerous television shows including
Alisas Smith and Jones,
The bold one,
Queen for a day,
Twelve o'clock high. Geller died in August, 1991 in Thousand Oaks, CA.
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