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Paul Bogart

Paul BogartBorn: 13-Nov-1919 [1]
Birthplace: New York City
Died: 15-Apr-2012
Location of death: Chapel Hill, NC
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Film Director

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Prolific TV and film director

Military service: US Army Air Corps (WWII)

[1] Douglas Martin, "Paul Bogart, TV Director, Dies at 92", The New York Times, 17 April 2012: "In a 2001 interview with the Archive of American Television, he said that his birthday was Nov. 13, 1919, but that one of his parents put Nov. 21 on the birth certificate because he or she considered the number 13 unlucky. They later blamed each other for the change."

Sister: Jeanette Cavaris
Wife: Alma Jane Gitnick ("Jane", m. 1941, div., two daughters, one son)
Daughter: Jenny
Son: Peter
Daughter: Tracy

    High School: James Monroe High School, Bronx, NY

    Emmy 1965 for The Defenders "The 700 Year Old Gang" (directing)
    Emmy 1968 for CBS Playhouse "Dear Friends" (directing drama)
    Emmy 1970 for CBS Playhouse "Shadow Game" (directing drama)
    Emmy 1978 for All in the Family (directing comedy)
    Emmy 1986 for The Golden Girls (outstanding comedy, shared)

    The Heidi Chronicles (15-Oct-1995)
    Broadway Bound (23-Mar-1992)
    Torch Song Trilogy (14-Dec-1988)
    The Canterville Ghost (1986)
    Oh, God! You Devil (7-Nov-1984)
    The Adams Chronicles (20-Jan-1976)
    Mr. Ricco (28-Jan-1975)
    Tell Me Where It Hurts (12-Mar-1974)
    Class of '44 (Apr-1973)
    The House Without a Christmas Tree (3-Dec-1972)
    Cancel My Reservation (21-Sep-1972)
    Skin Game (30-Sep-1971)
    Halls of Anger (29-Apr-1970)
    Marlowe (22-Oct-1969)
    The Three Sisters (1966)

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