Robert C. Dennis
According to his obituary in the New York Times: "Robert C. Dennis, who created more than 500 scripts for such television series as ''Charlie's Angels,'' ''Hawaii Five-0'' and ''Dragnet,'' died of cancer Wednesday at his Hollywood home.
He was 67 years old.
Mr. Dennis was born in Ontario, Canada. He specialized in mysteries, and also wrote for detective magazines, radio and films. He created the television series ''Passport to Danger,'' starring Cesar Romero, and wrote the only ''Perry Mason'' show in which Mason lost a case. He was best known for his contributions to such television series as ''Alfred Hitchcock Presents,'' ''Cannon,'' ''Harry O,'' ''Batman,'' ''The Outer Limits'' and ''Barnaby Jones.''"