MW
Myles Wilder

Myles Wilder

Myles Wilder (January 28, 1933 - April 20, 2010) was a television comedy writer and producer.Wilder attended and graduated from UCLA's Theater Arts Department. During his senior year, he and two of his friends, Mitch Rose and Wayne Thoms, produced a documentary entitled "The Sports Car" that depicted the history of and interest in sports cars. He started writing in Hollywood in 1952 with Rebound. He wrote seven screenplays for film, with six of them being directed by his father W. Lee Wilder (1904–1982), the older brother of famous director Billy Wilder. Myles would write for a variety of shows over the next two decades, such as McHale's Navy, Korg: 70,000 B.C., and The Dukes of Hazzard. He also served as a script consultant on the television series Karen, producer of Hazzard and McDuff, the Talking Dog, and executive story consultant on programs like Hazzard, Hong Kong Phooey, and Devlin
WIKIPÉDIA

Scénarios