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Personal Info

Known For Writing

Gender Male

Known Credits 23

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Also Known As

  • Richard Fiedler
  • Richard W. Fielder

Writing TV ShowsMovies

1997 Stolen Women, Captured Hearts Writer
1988 Red River Writer
1988 In the Heat of the Night (2 episodes)Writer
1986 George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation Writer
1985 North and South (6 episodes)Writer
1984 George Washington (3 episodes)Writer
1982 Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (2 episodes)Writer
1978 The Word (4 episodes)Writer
1977 The Fantastic Journey (1 episode)Writer
1976 Gemini Man (1 episode)Writer
1975 Long Way Home Screenplay
1972 The Waltons (2 episodes)Writer
1967 Cimarron Strip (3 episodes)Writer
1964 A Distant Trumpet Adaptation
1963 Kraft Suspense Theatre (1 episode)Writer
1963 Arrest and Trial (2 episodes)Writer
1962 The Virginian (2 episodes)Writer
1959 Black Saddle (1 episode)Writer
1959 Rawhide (2 episodes)Writer
1958 Ivanhoe (2 episodes)Writer
1955 Gunsmoke (3 episodes)Writer
1948 Studio One (1 episode)Writer

Production

1984 George Washington (3 episodes)Producer

Creator

1978 David Cassidy: Man Under Cover Creator

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