William D. Gordon

Biography: William D. Gordon got his start writing for radio programs like "The Cisco Kid," "The Tommy Dorsey Show" and "Count of Monte Cristo" during the mid-1930s. In 1939, Gordon began directing early, early television shows for the Mutual Don Lee Network, California and continued working in television and radio in various capacities, including director, producer, announcer, and actor through the early 1950s. He began writing teleplays for the series Maverick and Riverboat in 1959. He continued writing for television nighttime dramas and daytime series through the early 1980s. Gordon also directed Queen for a Day and helped produce, write and edit the television series CHiPs with James Doherty from 1977 to 1982. Upon retirement, Gordon began writing novels about the Civil War.

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Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd CHiPs: Season 4 Sep 21, 1980 Writer tbd
tbd CHiPs: Season 3 Sep 22, 1979 Writer tbd
tbd CHiPs: Season 2 Sep 16, 1978 Writer tbd
tbd CHiPs: Season 1 Sep 15, 1977 Writer tbd
tbd Ironside: Season 8 Sep 12, 1974 (As William Gordon) tbd
tbd Ironside: Season 7 Sep 13, 1973 (As William Gordon) tbd
tbd Ironside: Season 6 Sep 14, 1972 (As William Gordon) tbd
tbd Bonanza: Season 13 Sep 19, 1971 Writer tbd
tbd The Fugitive (1963): Season 3 Sep 14, 1965 Writer tbd
tbd The Fugitive (1963): Season 2 Sep 15, 1964 Writer / Director tbd
tbd The Fugitive (1963): Season 1 Sep 17, 1963 Writer tbd
tbd The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: Season 1 Sep 20, 1962 Director tbd
tbd The Twilight Zone: Season 2 Sep 30, 1960 Doctor / Doctor / George 9.8
tbd Riverboat: Season 1 Sep 13, 1959 Joe Travis tbd