George Clayton Johnson (1929-2015) received recognition as an American science fiction book writer. One of his most famous contributions related to the story of Logan’s Run. He completed the novel with the co-writing assistance from William F. Nolan. Johnson took part in the publication of various television scripts, for example, The Twilight Zone and the first Star Trek telecast story named The Man Trap. He also completed the Ocean’s Eleven story and screenplay. Born in Wyoming, he dropped out of school during his early years. Johnson worked as a draftsman, and telegraph operator at the United States Army. Thereafter joined the Alabama Polytechnic Institute, which referred to Auburn University during the modern times. He returned to his draftsman career and then became a full-time writer. In 1959, Johnson also wrote the Alfred Hitchcock Presents story I’ll Take Care of You.
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