As Vice President of
Production and Studio Head of Desilu Studios, Mr. Solow personally supervised:
- Gene Roddenberry in the development, sale
and series production of the legendary television series, Star
- Bruce Geller in the development, sale and
series production of the legendary television series Mission:
- Richard Levinson, William Link and Bruce Geller in the development,
sale and series production of the highly successful television series,
As Vice President
of Television Production of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Mr. Solow personally supervised scores
of writers – among them:
- Al C. Ward and Frank Glicksman in the development,
sale and series production of the legendary television series Medical
- Richard M. Powell and James Komack in the
development, sale and series production of the highly successful
television series The
Courtship of Eddie’s
- Denne Bart Petticlerc in the development in sale and series production
of the legendary television series Then Came Bronson.
As Vice-President of Worldwide Motion
Picture and Television Production and Studio Head of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Mr. Solow personally
supervised the development and production of over twenty-five motion
among many others
In addition to his duties a Studio
Head, Mr. Solow produced the award-winning, full-length MGM documentary
feature starring Elvis Presley, “Elvis:
the Way It Is.”
As an independent producer, writer and director Mr. Solow developed,
wrote and/or produced a series of television movies, including Killdozer,
Climb An Angry Mountain and Heatwave.
Mr. Solow created, with writer,
Mayo Simon, and produced a series of two-hour television movies and
a one-hour series Man From Atlantis.
Mr. Solow executive produced the now cult
motion picture, Brimstone & Treacle,
written by Dennis
Potter and directed by Richard Longcraine; developed
and produced the motion picture, Get Crazy; executive produced the
motion picture, The Courageous; developed and produced the motion picture
(1985), Saving Grace.
As Program Director of the NBC Film Division, Mr. Solow developed and
supervised the production of numerous television series, including
the early television series, Boots and Saddles,
which he also created.
As Director of Network Daytime Programs for both NBC and CBS,
Mr. Solow developed and supervised the production of soap operas,
game shows and interview programs.
Mr. Solow is a member of the Writer’s
Guild of America,
Guild of America and the Academy
of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in which capacity he has served for many years on various Academy
Award® Nominating Committees, (Foreign
Film, Documentary Feature and Special Effects).
Mr. Solow is an active producer,
writer, consultant and lecturer in both the USA and Europe,
where he now lives. He is published by Simon & Schuster,
New York and listed in Who’s Who
In America, Who’s Who In Entertainment, Who’s
Who In The World.