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Gene Thompson (28 June 1924 - 14 April 2001) was an American writer and consultant.

Biography[]

He was born in San Francisco, California, in the United States. He died in Los Angeles, California, in the United States.

Writing Credits[]

Movie(s)[]

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TV Movie(s)[]

  • "Ransom for a Dead Man" (1971) - Writer (uncredited)
  • "Silent Night, Holy Night" (1976) - Writer

TV Series[]

  • "Tammy" (1965) - Writer (1 episode)
  • "The Addams Family" (1966) - Written by (2 episodes)
  • "My Favorite Martian" (1966) - Written by / Story / Teleplay (3 episodes)
  • "The Rounders" (1967) - Written by (1 episode)
  • "My Three Sons" (1967) - Teleplay (1 episode)
  • "Please Don't Eat the Daisies" (1967) - Written by (1 episode)
  • "Occasional Wife" (1967) - Written by (2 episodes)
  • "The Second Hundred Years" (1967 - 1968) - Written by (2 episodes)
  • "The Flying Nun" (1967 - 1968) - Written by / Story (2 episodes)
  • "The Beverly Hillbillies" (1968) - Writer (4 episodes)
  • "The Governor & J.J." (1969) - Written by (1 episode)
  • "Mayberry R.F.D." (1970) - Written by (1 episode)
  • "Nanny and the Professor" (1970 - 1971) - Written by (3 episodes)
  • "Room 222" (1972) - Written by (2 episodes)
  • "Anna and the King" (1972) - Written by (2 episodes)
  • "The New Scooby-Doo Movies" (1972) - Story (16 episodes)
  • "The Bob Newhart Show" (1972 - 1973) - Written by (2 episodes)
  • "The Brady Bunch" (1973) - Written by (1 episode)
  • "Here's Lucy" (1969 - 1973) - Written by (5 episodes)
  • "Love, American Style" (1970 - 1973) - Written by (5 episodes)
  • "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice" (1973) - Written by (1 episode)
  • "Inch High, Private Eye" (1973) - Story (13 episodes)
  • "The Addams Family" (1973) - Story (16 episodes)
  • "Dusty's Trail" (1974) - Written by (1 episode)
  • "These Are the Days" (1974) - Writer (1 episode)
  • "Lucas Tanner" (1974) - Story by (1 episode)
  • "Apple's Way" (1974) - Writer (1 episode)
  • "Harry O" (1974 - 1975) - Teleplay / Written by (3 episodes)
  • "Marcus Welby, M.D." (1974 - 1975) - Writer (2 episodes)
  • "Ellery Queen" (1975) - Story by (1 episode)
  • "Cannon" (1976) - Writer / Teleplay (2 episodes)
  • "Baretta" (1976) - Story (1 episode)
  • "Switch" (1976) - Story (1 episode)
  • "Quincy M.E." (1977) - Written by (1 episode)
  • "Columbo" (1977) - Teleplay by / Story by (1 episode)
  • "The New Addams Family" (1999) - Original screenplay (uncredited; 1 episode)

Ookiness[]

Thompson was a writer for the 1964 TV series The Addams Family. He was also a writer for the episode "Wednesday Is Missing" and the 1973 animated TV series The Addams Family. One of his screenplays from the 1964 series was used for the 1998 remake, The New Addams Family.

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