Meyer Dolinsky

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Meyer Dolinsky (October 13, 1923 in Chicago, Illinois – February 29, 1984 in Los Angeles, California), aka Mike Dolinsky (sometimes credited as "Michael Adams" or "Mike Adams"), was an American screenwriter.

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Writing filmography[edit]

The Architects of Fear, Season 1, Episode 3 (30 Sep. 1963), starring Robert Culp, Leonard Stone, and Geraldine Brooks, about scientists and the Cold War
O.B.I.T., Season 1, Episode 7 (4 Nov. 1963), starring Peter Breck, Jeff Corey, Joanne Gilbert, Alan Baxter and Harry Townes, about a technology that can track anyone, anywhere, any time
ZZZZZ, Season 1, Episode 18 (27 Jan. 1964), starring Philip Abbott, Marsha Hunt, and Joanna Frank, about Queen bees

References[edit]

  1. ^ Clute, John (1995). "Dolinsky, Mike". The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (Updated ed.). New York: St Martin's Griffin. p. 347. ISBN 0-312-09618-6. Mind One (1972), in which two psychiatrists discover that a drug meant to treat psychosis actually engenders telepathy (see also ESP), and find themselves relating warmly to each other (they are of opposite sexes); as one of them is a Jesuit priest, an element of religion soon enriches the tale. 

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