Bernie Kahn

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Bernie Kahn
Born Bernard M. Kahn
Nationality American
Occupation screenwriter
Notable work Basic Training, The Barefoot Executive
Style comedy film, sitcom
Television The Second Hundred Years, Bewitched, My Favorite Martian

Bernie Kahn (born Bernard M. Kahn) is an American screenwriter. He wrote for the sitcoms The Second Hundred Years (co-wrote episodes 10 and 13 with Lila Garrett),[1] My Favorite Martian,[2] and Bewitched.[3] He co-wrote, with Joseph L. McEveety, Lila Garrett and Stu Billett, the 1971 Disney TV movie The Barefoot Executive.[4] He wrote the screenplay for the comedy film Basic Training[5]

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  1. ^ "[Everything you wanted to know about your mother-in-law but were afraid to ask], [I love you, I love you, I love you, I think]". Retrieved 2013-12-26. Title: [Luke a-likes] [...] Written by Lila Garrett & Bernie Kahn; [...] Series: The Second hundred years ; no. 13 [...] Title: [A Couple of sad Dads] [...] Writers: Lila Garrett, Bernie Kahn; [...] Series: The Second hundred years ; no. 10 
  2. ^ "My Favorite Martian: The Martian's Fair Hobo (1965)". Archived from the original on 2013-12-26. Retrieved 2013-12-26. Writer(s): Bernard M. Kahn, Lila Garrett 
  3. ^ "Bewitched: Samantha's Better Halves : Synopsis". MSN. Retrieved 2013-12-26. Evidently, this episode of Bewitched was scripted by Lila Garrett and Bernie Kahn before the "birth" of Samantha's son Adam [...] 
  4. ^ "Barefoot Executive—Full Production Credits". Baseline StudioSystems. Retrieved 2013-12-26. From Feature Screenplay Joseph L. McEveety from feature story Lila Garrett Bernard M. Kahn Stu Billett 
  5. ^ "Basic-Training - Cast, Crew, Director and Awards -". Baseline StudioSystems. Retrieved 2013-12-26. Screenplay - Bernard M. Kahn 

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