Nat Hiken - The Complete Works​​​

Radio

The Grouch Club 
1937-39, KFWB. 1938-39, California Radio System. 1939-40, NBC. 1937-38 --- 2 hours. 1938-40 --- 30 minutes -- Creator and co-writer with Roland Kibbee

The Fred Allen Show 
1940-44, CBS. 1945-47, NBC. 1940-42 --- 60 minutes. 1942-47 --- 30 minutes --- Co-writer with Fred Allen, Harry Bailey, Roland Kibbee, Aaron Ruben, Terry Ryan, Bob Weiskopf

The Milton Berle Show
1947-48, NBC/The Texaco Star Theater. 1948-49, ABC. 30 minutes --- Creator, Head writer and Director

The Magnificent Montague
1950-51, NBC. 30 minutes --- Creator, Producer, Head writer and Director

Broadway Revues

Along Fifth Avenue

Opened January 13, 1949. Broadhurst Theatre. Produced by Arthur Lesser --- Wrote the lyrics for the songs The Fugitive from Fifth Avenue and Chant D'Amour --- Co-wrote the Sweet Surrender sketch with Charles Sherman

Two on the Aisle
Opened July 19, 1951. Mark Hellinger Theatre. Produced by Arthur Lesser --- Co-wrote the Schneider's Miracle sketch with Billy Friedberg

Two's Company

Opened December 15, 1952. Alvin Theatre. Produced by James Russo and Michael Ellis --- Co-wrote the Jealousy sketch with Billy Friedberg

The Littlest Revue

Opened May 22, 1956. Phoenix Theatre. Produced by T. Edward Hambleton and Norris Houghton --- Co-wrote the East is East sketch with Billy Friedberg

Television

Four Star Revue: The Jack Carson Show
1950-51, NBC. 60 minutes --- Head writer 

All Star Revue: The Martha Raye Show
1951-54, NBC. 1951-52 and 1952-53 seasons: 60 minutes. 1953-54 season: 90 minutes --- Producer and Head writer (1952-54)

You'll Never Get Rich/The Phil Silvers Show
1955-59, CBS. 30 minutes --- Creator, Producer, Head writer and Staged by (1955-1957)

  1. Two of the greatest comic minds plotting another show
    Two of the greatest comic minds plotting another show
Friars Club Man of the Hour
10 November, 1958, CBS. 60 minutes --- Producer

The Ballad of Louie the Louse
17 October, 1959, CBS. 60 minutes --- Producer, Writer and Lyricist

The Slowest Gun in the West
7 May, 1960, CBS. 60 minutes --- Producer and Writer

Summer in New York
30 June, 1960, CBS. 60 minutes --- Producer and Co-writer with Billy Friedberg and Charles Sherman

Just Polly and Me
8 October, 1960, CBS. 60 minutes --- Writer

Car 54 Where Are You?
1961-63, NBC. 30 minutes --- Creator, Producer, Head writer and Lyricist

Carol + 2

22 March, 1966. CBS. 60 minutes --- Producer and Head writer

Also In 1960, Nat, perhaps at his most innovative, filmed an unsuccessful pilot called Madhouse '60 that would prove, to be a precursor to the hugely successful Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In. Nat had got there eight years too early with his show and the American public just weren't ready for it yet.

  1. 'Summer in New York'
    'Summer in New York'
  2. 'The Slowest Gun in the West'
    'The Slowest Gun in the West'
  3. 'Car 54 Where Are You?'
    'Car 54 Where Are You?'
  4. Louie the Louse
    Louie the Louse
  5. 'Just Polly and Me'
    'Just Polly and Me'
Films

The Great Library Misery (aka The Grouch Club in The Great Library Misery) 1938, Vitaphone. 12 minutes --- Story

Slapsie Maxie's 
1939, Vitaphone. 17 minutes --- Original Screenplay

Cliff Edwards and His Buckaroos 
1941, Vitaphone. 10 minutes --- Original Screenplay

The Love God?
1969, Universal Pictures.101 minutes --- Director and Writer

Emmy Awards accumulated equals eight: 1955, Best Comedy Series, Best Director - Film Series,  Best Comedy Writing
1956, Best Series, Best Comedy Writing
1957, Best Comedy Series, Best Comedy Writing
All for The Phil Silvers Show

1962, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy for Car 54 Where Are You?


Sources: King of the Half Hour: Nat Hiken and the Golden Age of TV Comedy by David Everitt and eBay/ Teletronic/ Wikipedia/ IMDB/ Encyclopedia Brittanica/ City of Milwaukee/ Drew Friedman