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Wednesday, September 7, 2016


Extremely prolific director of hundreds of TV shows and movies has passed away.

Leslie Martinson has a very long and distinguished career. His first job was back in 1953 when he directed an episode of the show "City Detective". After this start he directed many episodes of "The Roy Rogers Show", "Topper", "Sugarfoot", "Maverick", Hawaiian Eye", "The Green Hornet", "Mannix" and many, many more.

Of the feature films he directed I have seen most if not all of them and they include "Hot Rod Girl", "Batman" and "Fathom" in which Raquel Welch looked sexier than anything.

He will be missed but he had a good long life and has left us with a wonderful legacy of entertainment. He was 101.

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