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Don Medford

Don Medford
Born Donald Muller
(1917-11-26)26 November 1917
Died December 12, 2012(2012-12-12) (aged 95)
Occupation Television and Film Director
Years active 1951–1989

Donald Muller (November 26, 1917, Detroit, Michigan - December 12, 2012, West Hills, California[1]), known professionally as Don Medford, was an American television director who directed over 75 TV series between 1951 and 1989, and who also directed three movies.[2]

Medford directed the final two-part episode of the 1960s television series The Fugitive and the final episode of the 1980s television series The Colbys. He also directed the violent 1971 Western film The Hunting Party.


  1. ^ Jerry Roberts, Encyclopedia of Television Film Directors, Vol. 1, p. 383 (Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2009). ISBN 978-0-8108-6138-1
  2. ^ "Don Medford, Who Directed the Historic Last Episode of ‘The Fugitive,’ Dies". The Hollywood Reporter. 1980-11-21. Retrieved 2013-01-03. 

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