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Austin Kalish Dies: Legendary Sitcom Writer Was 95

Austin Kalish, the legendary sitcom writer who, in partnership with his wife Irma was an instrumental force in the changes sweeping television in the 1970s penning scripts for shows like All in the Family and Maude and whose credits include some of the most famous sitcoms of all time has died. He was 95, and died Wednesday in a Woodland Hills, California retirement home.
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