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Visitor, The - Short Play, Comedy

Visitor, The

Jack Elinson, Norman Paul, Allessandro R. Veith, Bob Wolterstorff, Thad Mumford

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Short Play, Comedy

4m, 3f

ISBN: 9780573625701

Teleplay by Jack Elinson and Norman Paul
Story by Allessandro R. Veith, Bob Wolterstorff, Thad Mumford
In the 9th episode of the first episode of CBS's Good Times, Michael writes a letter to his local newspaper, complaining about problems in their building. Florida and James, however, worry the letter might get them kicked out of their apartment. When a representative from the housing author…

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Short Play

Comedy

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In the 9th episode of the first episode of CBS's Good Times, Michael writes a letter to his local newspaper, complaining about problems in their building. Florida and James, however, worry the letter might get them kicked out of their apartment. When a representative from the housing authority is sent over to the apartment - and man's cab driver runs off to avoid being caught in the middle of a rumble - things really start to get interesting. Stuck now having dinner with the Evans family, the housing authority representive gets a much better look at the sources of Michael's complaints.
First aired on CBS Television Network, April 5, 1974
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4m, 3f

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Jack Elinson

Jack Elinson

Jack Elinson, a TV comedy writer who penned numerous episodes of series such as “The Andy Griffith Show,” “Hogan’s Heroes,” “Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.,” “Good Times,” “One Day at a Time” and “The Facts of Life” during a career of more than five decades, was also executive producer or producer on many of the shows for which he wrote. During the 1950s, he wrote for series including “All-Star Revue,” ... view full profile

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