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The Massachusetts Institute of Technology where Everett Greenbaum studied.
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The University of Paris where Everett Greenbaum studied.
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Everett Greenbaum studied at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and also at the University of Paris.
Everett Greenbaum started his career as a writer in radio. He was a producer and star of "Greenbaum's Gallery" and also wrote the script for a radio series starring the Canadian folk singer Oscar Brand. After serving as a naval aviator and flight instructor in the Marshall Islands during the Second World War, Greenbaum returned to New York, this time seeking work as a television writer. He worked with Jim Fritzell on scripts for the TV series Mister Peepers. Greenbaum worked with Fritzell for 32-years and together they wrote more than 150 scripts. These included the Walter Brennan sitcom The Real McCoys (1957–62), The Andy Griffith Show (1960–68) and M*A*S*H.
Everett Greenbaum was a coauthor of eight screenplays for Universal Pictures, including Good Neighbor Sam, 1964; The Ghost and Mr. Chicken, 1965; The Reluctant Astronaut, 1967; The Shakiest Gun in the West, 1968; and Angel in My Pocket, 1969. He also wrote two books, including the memoir The Goldenberg Who Couldn't Dance, and 'The Tenth Life of Osiris Oaks'. Greenbaum acted in brief roles on Mr. Peeper's and Griffith's Matlock. He died of brain cancer at the age of 79 in Los Angeles, California.
Everett Greenbaum was married to Deane Ward. The marriage produced a daughter.