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Gilbert M. Shilton

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Gilbert M. Shilton's career began as a producer for "Magnum, P.I.," and he would make his directing debut in an episode during the show's 1982 season. Throughout the '80s, he would specialize in directing hour-long action or science fiction dramas, including "The A-Team," "V," a revival of "The Twilight Zone," and "Quantum Leap." The early '90s brought more directing work; however, aside from a few "Law & Order" episodes, the shows Shilton was involved with were short-lived ("The Flash," "Cop Rock"). From the mid-to-late-'90s onward, he continued to serve as a director for such fantasy and horror fare as "Xena: Warrior Princess," "Poltergeist: The Legacy," and "First Wave." Despite the growing number of syndicated, non-network shows on his resume, Shilton also directed several episodes of Fox's long-running evening soap "Beverly Hills, 90210." His list of credits also includes directing the movie "Devil Winds" and co-writing the action/adventure flick "A Family Lost," both of which made their debut on television.

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet 17% A Family Lost Screenwriter - 2007
No Score Yet 20% Devil Winds Director - 2003
No Score Yet 25% The Void Director,
Screenwriter
- 2001
No Score Yet No Score Yet Touched by a Killer Director - 2000

TV

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet Poltergeist: The Legacy Director 1998
No Score Yet 75% Xena Writer 1997
No Score Yet No Score Yet Due South Director 1996
No Score Yet No Score Yet Vanishing Son Director 1995
43% No Score Yet Burke's Law Director 1994
No Score Yet No Score Yet Danger Bay Director,
Writer
1985-1986 1990
No Score Yet 84% Quantum Leap Director 1989-1990
No Score Yet 100% The Twilight Zone Director 1988-1989
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Ray Bradbury Theater Director 1988
No Score Yet 75% MacGyver Director 1987
No Score Yet 61% The A-Team Director 1983-1984