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Alan Armer dies at 88; TV producer won Emmy with 'The Fugitive'
Alan Armer dies at 88; TV producer won Emmy with 'The Fugitive'

Alan A. Armer, an Emmy Award-winning television producer whose series included "The Fugitive" and "The Untouchables," has died. He was 88. Armer, a retired longtime professor in what now is called the Department of Cinema and Television Arts at Cal State Northridge, died of colon cancer Sunday at his home in Century City, said his son, Michael. In a more than two-decade career that began in Los Angeles during the live TV days of the late 1940s, Armer was a producer on the 1950s series "My Friend Flicka," "Broken Arrow" and "Man Without a Gun." From 1960 to '63, he was an executive producer on "The Untouchables," the...

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