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Roddenberry took the Star Trek idea to Oscar Katz, head of programming, and the duo immediately started work on a plan to sell the series to the networks.
On August 2, 1943, while flying B-17E-BO, 41-2463, "Yankee Doodle", out of Espiritu Santo, the plane Roddenberry was piloting overshot the runway by 500 feet (150 m) and impacted trees, crushing the nose, and starting a fire, killing two men, bombardier Sgt. He wrote another script for Ziv's series Harbourmaster titled "Coastal Security", and signed a contract with the company to develop a show called Junior Executive with Quinn Martin. He also continued to create series of his own, including a series based on an agent for Lloyd's of London called The Man from Lloyds.
He pitched a police-based series called Footbeat to CBS, Hollis Productions, and Screen Gems.
When he discovered that the producers wanted no black people on the show, he argued so much with them that he lost the job.
Though he did not move, he leveraged the deal to land a contract with Screen Gems that included a guaranteed $100,000, and became a producer for the first time on a summer replacement for The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show titled Wrangler.
This included his ship location from Hawaii Passage and added a Horatio Hornblower character, plus the multiracial crew from his airship idea.
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He decided to write it as science fiction, and by March 11, 1964, he brought together a 16-page pitch.
It nearly made it into ABC's Sunday-night lineup, but they opted to show only Western series that night.
Roddenberry was asked to write a series called Riverboat, set in 1860s Mississippi.
He continued to consult on the series until his death in 1991.
In 1985, he became the first TV writer with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and he was later inducted by both the Science Fiction Hall of Fame and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame.