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    Stu Billett Dies: ‘The People’s Court’ Creator Was 85



    Stu Billett, a veteran TV producer and creator of the venerable TV show The People’s Court, died Oct. 22 from natural causes in Los Angeles, surrounded by his family. He was 85.  Billett served in the U.S. Marine Corps and later attended New York University. After college, Billett landed a position as a producer’s assistant on a number of shows. He then served as the associate producer of Who Do You Trust? hosted by Johnny Carson and went on to create and produce the game show One in a Million for Merv Griffin Productions.  In 1981, Billett and his producing partner Ralph Edwards launched The People’s Court, starring Judge Joseph Wapner. The groundbreaking program pioneered the reality/court television genre as the first arbitration-based reality court show and the first long-running hit …
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