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Nelson Bond was one of the pioneering script writers for television during the 1940/50s. When he wrote television was "live," which was before the use of film and later video tape brought an end to the immediacy of broadcast TV. Nelson preferred to work alone, and most of his work consists of scripts for theater dramas. With the rise of the popular weekly series in the 1950s, in which producers began to bring together teams of writers, he ceased television script writing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“The Air Eaters of Titian,” ROD BROWN OF THE ROCKET RANGERS (CBS - 30 minutes - live - 1953).
 
“Al Haddon's Lamp,” REVUE PRODUCTIONS (30 minutes - film - 1952/1953).


“The Bacular Clock” REVUE PRODUCTIONS (30 minutes - film - 1952/1953).

“Button, Button,” MATINEE THEATRE (NBC - 60 Minutes - live - 1958.

“Cartwright's Camera,” JOHNNY PRESENTS (NBC - 30 Minutes - live - 1941).

“The Castaway,” OUT THERE (30 minutes - live - 1949).

“Compliments of a Killer,” BROADWAY PREVIEWS
(90 Minutes - live - 1946).

 “Conquerors' Isle” ; REVUE PRODUCTIONS (30 minutes - film - 1952/1953); TALES OF TOMORROW (ABC - Minutes 30 - live - 1953).

“The Death Ball, ” ROD BROWN OF THE ROCKET RANGERS (CBS - 30 minutes - live - 1953).

“The Devil You Say” REVUE PRODUCTIONS (30 minutes - film - 1952/1953).

“The Drums of Death,” BROADWAY PREVIEWS (90 Minutes - live - 1946).

“Homecoming,” GENERAL MOTORS THEATRE (CBC - 60 Minutes - live - 195_).

“The Housekeeper,” LIGHTS OUT (CBS - 30 minutes - live - 1949); REVUE PRODUCTIONS (30 minutes - film - 1952/1953).

“Inside Story,” LUX VIDEO THEATRE (CBS - 30 Minutes - live - 1949).
 

“Johnny Cartwright's Camera,” CHEVROLET TELE-THEATRE (NBC - 30 Minutes - live - 1949).

“The Juvenile Genius” REVUE PRODUCTIONS (30 minutes - film - 1952/1953).


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