|Born:||February 17, 1917|
|Birthplace:||Peabody, Massachusetts, U.S.|
|Died:||September 18, 1998(aged 81)|
|deathplace:||San Diego, California, U.S.|
|Series inolved with:||The Brady Bunch|
|Job with series:||wrote 5 episodes in Seasons 2-5|
Sam Locke (born January 17, 1917 - died September 18, 1998, in San Diego, California) was a writer who worked in theater, television, and film. He wrote a total of five episodes of The Brady Bunch, beginning in Season 2 with the episode "The Tattle-Tale" and concluding with the episode "Two Petes in a Pod" in Season 5.
Sam wrote episodes for such TV series as Bachelor Father (1960), Peter Loves Mary (1961), Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (1964), The Donna Reed Show (1964–1965), The Patty Duke Show (1965–1966), McHale's Navy (1964–1966), Gilligan's Island (1964–1967), Tammy (1965–1966), The Lucy Show (1966), Green Acres (1967), The Ghost & Mrs. Muir (1969), The Flying Nun (1969–1970), All in the Family (1972–1973), Devlin (1974), and Chico and the Man (1978) among others. His last contribution as a television screenwriter was for a 1989 episode of DuckTales.
Locke also wrote the screenplays to a few films, including two 1965 surfer flicks: The Girls on the Beach and Beach Ball. His other film credits include the screenplays for Wild Wild Winter (1966) and Schloss in den Wolken (1968).
- Sam Locke at the Internet Movie Database (IMDb)