Bill Manhoff wrote scripts for many popular TV shows, and also wrote the highly successful 1964 Broadway play "The Owl and The Pussycat".
|Birthplace:||Newark, New Jersey, U.S.|
|Deathplace:||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|TV and film screewriter, playwright|
|Appeared on/ |
|Sanford and Son|
|Episodes appeared in:||writer of episode titled "Hello Cousin Emma, Goodbye Cousin Emma"|
William "Bill" Manhoff (born June 25, 1919-died June 19, 1974) was a Hollywood screenwriter and producer and playwright. His television series script writing credits included Sanford and Son , The Partridge Family, All in the Family, Room 222, The Odd Couple, Petticoat Junction, Leave It To Beaver, and The Real McCoys. He also wrote the script for The 1964 stage play "The Owl and the Pussycat", which Buck Henry used as inspiration for the screenplay for the 1970 film version . Manhoff died just six days before his 55th birthday in Los Angeles, California.