Walon Green

Walon Green (born December 15, 1936) is an American documentary film director and screenwriter for both TV and films. He was recently the showrunner/executive producer of the ninth season of the USA Network television series, Law & Order: Criminal Intent.

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Conduct Unbecoming (Law & Order) - Episodes
... resulting in bloodshed 9 ... "Point of View" Gilbert Moses Walon Green René Balcer November 25, 68012 ... Logan has trouble dealing with Briscoe, who has been brought in ... season 4 episode titled "ID" 15 ... "Mother Love" Daniel Sackheim Robert Nathan Walon Green February 24, 68024 ... The absence of a murder weapon complicates the investigation into the murder of a drug ... Star Edie Falco 16 ... "Jurisdiction" Bruce Seth Green Walon Green René Balcer March 3, 68017 ... Stone battles the Brooklyn D.A.'s office over prosecutorial jurisdiction in the case of a mentally ...
List Of Law & Order Episodes - Episodes - Season 4: 1993–94
... Chernuchin Walon Green October 20, 6 ... "Pride and Joy" Gilbert M ... January 5, 12 ... "Snatched" Constantine Makris Walon Green René Balcer January 12, 13 ... "Breeder" Arthur W ... Chernuchin, Walon Green, René Balcer March 9, 18 ... "Wager" Ed Sherin Kevin Arkadie, Harvey Solomon, Michael S ...
Walon Green - Awards/Nominations
... Green was nominated for an Emmy Award for co-writing (with Robert Nathan) the 1993 Law Order episode "Manhood" ...
Law & Order: Criminal Intent - History
... left to focus on In Treatment, was replaced by new executive producers Walon Green and Robert Nathan ... Michael Chernuchin co-executive produces Green's episodes, and Tim Lea co-executive produces Zuckerman's episodes ... Walon Green, Peter Jankowski, John David Coles, and Dick Wolf are the executive producers for the ninth season of Criminal Intent ...

Famous quotes by walon green:

    We got to start thinking beyond our guns. These days are closing fast.
    Walon Green, U.S. screenwriter, and Sam Peckinpaugh (b. 1925)