|Born:||August 14, 1924|
|Birthplace:||Winnemucca, Nevada, U.S.|
|Died:||November 30, 1992(aged 68)|
|Deathplace:||Jackson, Oregon, U.S.|
|Years active:||1949-1994, his death|
|Series:||All In The Family|
|Episodes appeared in|
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|co-wrote 4 episodes from Seasons 4-6 with Gordon Mitchell|
Lloyd Turner (born on August 14, 1924, died November 30, 1992) was a screenwriter whom, with Gordon Mitchell, co-wrote four episodes for All In The Family, which consisted the episode, "Archie and the Computer" in Season 3, "Archie is Missing" and, "Archie and the Miracle" in Season 5, and "All's Fair" in Season 6. Lloyd either wrote episodes or contributed to episodes as a script supevisor/story editors for numerous 1970's-1980's popular TV shows as AITF, Alice, Good Times, Maude, The Love Boat, The Jeffersons and the animated series The Bugs Bunny & Tweety Show.
Early life and careerEdit
Lloyd was bornin Winnemuca, Wisconsin and raised in Oakland, California. He lost one of his arms in a childhood accident. After high school, Lloyd studied at the California School of Arts and Crafts before going to Hollywood in 1944 to pursue his dreams of becoming an animator for Walt Disney Studios.
In 1959, Turner teamed again with Bill Scott and Jay Ward to create the 'Rocky and His Friends (1959-1964)' animated television series and its sequel, 'The Bullwinkle Show (1961-1964)'. In 1949, Turner teamed up with Jay Ward to create the first animated series on television, "Crusader Rabbit" (1949-1957)'. The following year, Turner began directing and writing for the children's puppet show 'Time for Benny (1949-1954)'.
Turner started out working in the animation department at Warner Brothers during the late 1940s. There he collaborated with Bill Scott on numerous cartoon shorts, including What Makes Daffy Duck (1948). 1n 1959, Lloyd returned to work with Ward for the animated TV series "Rocky and his Friends" and "The Bullwinkle Show". 
Lloyd died of cancer with his wife Darlene at his side at his home in Shady Cove, Oregon.