|Born||September 4, 1924|
Haverhill, Massachusetts, United States
Harold Livingston is an American novelist and screenwriter who is the credited screenwriter for Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979). Others, including Alan Dean Foster and Gene Roddenberry also contributed to the development of the story and script.
Before his career as a writer, Harold was a radio operator for aircraft navigational purposes and wrote a book about his adventures titled "No Trophy, No Sword." He was one of the founding members of the Israeli Air Force, and was instrumental in ensuring Israel's victory during the 1948 Arab–Israeli War.
- Blue Light episode "The Friendly Enemy" (television, 1966)
- The Feather and Father Gang episode "Two-Star Killer" (television, 1976)
- The Feather and Father Gang episode "For the Love of Sheila" (television, 1977)
- Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)
- A Wing and a Prayer (2015) [appearing as himself in this documentary]
- The Coasts of the Earth (1954)
- The Detroiters (1958)
- The Climaction (1960)
- Ride a Tiger: A Novel (1987)
- Touch The Sky (1991)
- To Die in Babylon (1993)§
- No Trophy, No Sword (1994)←÷→→
- Jones, Edward (February 9, 1980). "'Star Trek' should satisfy its fans". The Free-Lance Star. Retrieved March 29, 2013.
- The Classic TV Archive - Europe: Blue Light
- Stefaniepowersonlone.com The Feather and Father Gang
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