|Died||February 20, 2003 (aged 79)|
Peter Tewksbury (March 21, 1923 – February 20, 2003) was an American film and television director who directed Sunday in New York with Jane Fonda in 1963, the Father Knows Best TV series (131 episodes, 1954-1960), and a pair of Elvis Presley movies. He directed the entire first season of the television situation comedy My Three Sons and also frequently served as a producer and writer for the series. He also created It's a Man's World, a TV series that aired from September 1962 to January 1963, and collaborated with J.D. Salinger on a film adaptation of the author's "For Esmé--with Love and Squalor", which was never produced after a casting dispute between the two men.
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