Alan A. Armer

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Alan A. Armer (born July 7, 1922 in Los Angeles , † December 5, 2010 in Century City , California ) was an American television producer .


Armer began working as a producer of television series in 1956 with Flicka ; The screen classics for which he is responsible include Broken Arrow (until 1958), The Man Without a Colt (until 1959), ninety episodes of Auf der Flucht (until 1966), Invasion von der Wega (until 1968) and Cannon (until 1973) .

He has received an Emmy and an Edgar Allan Poe Award for his work . He wrote three books about his profession (such as the textbook for film and television directing ) and was involved in teaching at California State University even after he left.

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