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Michael S. Glick worked as an Assistant Director on the first season of Star Trek: The Original Series, sharing duties with Gregg Peters. Glick worked on the even-numbered episodes, while Peters on the odd-numbered ones.

Glick started his career as an Assistant Director on John Frankenheimer's 1966 science fiction thriller Seconds (starring Salome Jens, featuring Jeff Corey, William Wintersole and music by Jerry Goldsmith). After Star Trek, he worked in this capacity on a number of television series (Cimarron Strip (1967-68) and Hawaii Five-O (1968-69)) and feature films.

He continued his career as a Unit Production Manager (UPM), and Production Manager. In these capacities, he worked on many films, including Battle for the Planet of the Apes (1973, with Paul Williams, France Nuyen, David Gerrold, cinematography by Richard H. Kline and music by Leonard Rosenman), The Godfather: Part II (1974, with Marianna Hill, John Megna and Richard Matheson), Echoes of the Summer (1976, with William Windom), The Domino Principle (1977, with Robert Herron and George Sawaya), A Chorus Line (1985, with Roxann Dawson), The Witches of Eastwick (1987, with Carel Struycken), Rocky V (1990) and Lolita (1997, with Frank Langella). He retired after working on Original Sin (2001, with Gregory Itzin).

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