'Fritz the Cat' Producer Steve Krantz Dies at 83
During his TV career, he wrote for Milton Berle and Arthur Godfrey and helped create several comedies, including "Dennis The Menace" and Bewitched as head of creative development at Columbia Pictures Television. He was also executive producer for Steve Allen's "The Tonight Show."
Krantz later turned to feature films such as "Fritz the Cat," based on the Robert Crumb underground comic and Cooley High, about black high school students in the 1960s. In the 1980s and 1990s, he produced mini-series based on his wife's steamy novels, including Scruples, Mistral's Daughter and Dazzle.
After his retirement, Krantz was involved with mental-heath counseling and former California Governor Pete Wilson appointed him to the board of the California Mental Health Council.
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