LOS ANGELES (AP) — Paul Junger Witt, the prolific TV producer behind "The Golden Girls," ''The Partridge Family" and "Soap," died Friday, a spokeswoman said. He was 77.
Witt died at his Los Angeles-area home after battling cancer, spokeswoman Pam Golum said.
He worked at Columbia Pictures before joining comedian-actor Danny Thomas' production company in 1973, where he and Thomas' son, Tony, teamed up.
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