Buck Houghton

Buck Houghton

Buck Houghton (4 May 191514 May 1999) was a television producer for the first three seasons of The Twilight Zone, as well as many other television programs from the 1950s through the 1990s. His collaboration with dramatist Clifford Odets, "The Richard Boone Show" (1963-64) was the first and only repertory company on television, in which a resident cast of actors played different roles in a TV play every week. His 1991 book, "What a Producer Does" (Samuel French) is a primer for would-be film and television producers.

He was the father of Jim Houghton.

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