Jerome Schnur, an award-winning producer and director of television shows including "Beat the Clock," "What's My Line?" "I've Got a Secret" and "Two for the Money," has died at age 66.
He died of melanoma Monday at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City.
Schnur produced "Tomorrow Was Yesterday," a CBS science special; "Michelangelo's Pauline Chapel," at the Vatican; "Light in the Wilderness," a Dave Brubeck oratorio; and "L'Enfance du Christ," which played on eight consecutive Christmases on CBS during the 1960s.