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Saul Turteltaub is an American former comedy writer and producer. He was nominated for Emmy Awards in 1964 and 1965 as part of the writing team for That Was the Week that Was, and in 1968 for The Carol Burnett Show. Most commonly working with collaborator Bernie Orenstein, he wrote and produced That Girl, Sanford and Son (and its spin-offs Grady and Sanford Arms), What's Happening!!, Baby Talk, and Kate & Allie, among others.
- "Saul Turtletaub". Television Academy. Retrieved 22 January 2019.
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