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Sam Rolfe

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Samuel Harris "Sam" Rolfe (18 February 192410 July 1993; age 69) was a writer who worked on two television episodes in the Star Trek franchise.

Rolfe, perhaps best known as the creator of The Man From U.N.C.L.E., was also the co-creator of Have Gun - Will Travel. Gene Roddenberry wrote several scripts for the latter series. Roddenberry also produced a failed pilot for Rolfe's proposed series The Long Hunt of April Savage, which starred Robert Lansing and featured Charles Dierkop.

Rolfe was nominated for an Oscar in 1953 for his first screenplay, Anthony Mann's classic western, The Naked Spur.

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