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Fred Coe

Award-winning producer of stage and live tv dramas. He produced The Philco-Goodyear Tv Playhouse, which went from 1948 until 1955. He became a member of NBC like a creation supervisor in 1945 and done the program Studio room One. He come up with Broadway productions from the Miracle Employee and ONE THOUSAND Clowns, that have been both nominated for any Tony Honor for Greatest Play. He was created in Alligator, Mississippi, and was wedded double. He fathered four kids. He helped release the professions of future popular authors like Gore Vidal and Paddy Chayefsky.

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