Gender
Male
Born
Mar 01, 1914
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Died
Jan 30, 2010
Beverly Hills, California, USA
Director
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Biography: Aaron J. Ruben was born on March 1, 1914 in Chicago, Illinois. He served in the army from 1941-1943 and then worked for studios and wrote for radio programs. He produced (and, at times, wrote and directed for) "The Andy Griffith Show" for its first five seasons. He married Sandy C. Rothblatt, with whom he had two children. He then married Maureen Arthur.

TV Credits: "Texaco Star Theatre," "Salute to Baseball," "The Phil Silvers Show," "Caesar's Hour," "New Comedy Showcase," "A Child's Guide to Screenwriting," "The Andy Griffith-Don Knotts-Jim Nabors Show," "Salute to Stan Laurel," "The Don Knotts Special," "The Andy Griffith Show," "Headmaster," "The New Andy Griffith Show," "Cat Ballou," "Sanford and Son," "Grandpa Max," "Charo and the Sergeant," "Great Day," "CPO Sharkey," "The Stockard Channing Show," "Wendy Hooper, U.S. Army," "Teachers Only," "Too Close for Comfort," and "Piece of Cake."

Other Awards: Writers Guild of America Valentine Davies Award for public service, 2003.
The Girls Against the Boys (Nov 02, 1959 - Nov 14, 1959)
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