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Gilbert Ralston

Gilbert Alexander Ralston (1912, Newcastle, Northern Ireland – 1999, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina) was an American screenwriter, journalist and author. He was a television producer in the 1950s and a screenwriter in the 1960s. He created the television series The Wild Wild West and wrote scripts for Star Trek, Gunsmoke, Ben Casey, I Spy, Hawaii Five-O, and The Naked City. He wrote the screenplay for the 1971 movie Willard, which was based on the 1968 novel Ratman's Notebooks written by Stephen Gilbert (they were not the same person).

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