Charles S. Dubin
Charles S. Dubin, 92, a
whose credits include 44 episodes of the sitcom "MASH," died of natural causes Monday at his home in Brentwood, his family said.
He also was the producer and director of the 1965
production of the Rodgers and Hammerstein made-for-TV musical "
," which starred
, and also featured
Among the awards Dubin received in his long career were a daytime Emmy Award in 1990 for directing "Mathnet" segments of the public TV program "Square One TV."
His other TV directing credits include "Kojak," "Lou Grant,"
"Matlock," "Father Dowling Mysteries," "Cannon," "Ironside," "The Virginian" and
Dubin got his start in television in the early 1950s directing such live programs as "
Playhouse," "Omnibus" and "Producers' Showcase."
Born Feb. 1, 1919, in
, Dubin graduated from
College in 1941. After studying acting at the Neighborhood Playhouse, he began performing in the Catskills before returning to New York and working first as a stage manager and then as an associate director for TV.
who was perhaps best known for his images of pop star
, died of complications of liver failure Aug. 29 at his home in Los Angeles, his family announced. He was 63.