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Topic - Hal Kanter
The only time James Stewart was billed as “Jimmy” was for his 1970s sitcom, which is on DVD for the first time this week, along with other TV shows.
Hal Kanter, an Emmy-winning comedy master who wrote for Bob Hope and Bing Crosby, directed Elvis Presley in "Loving You" and created Diahann Carroll's ground-breaking TV sitcom, has died. He was 92.
The Duggar brood continues to grow.
He later wrote another Presley musical romance, 1961's "Blue Hawaii."
Kanter also wrote the 1952 Hope and Crosby adventure "Road to Bali," and his 1950s big-screen work also included Hope's comedies "My Favorite Spy" and "Casanova's Big Night."