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Tim Maile and Douglas Tuber are an American television writing and producing duo. Their credits include Herman's Head , All American Girl , Smart Guy , Jessie , Salute Your Shorts and Lizzie McGuire , as well as creating Phil of the Future and Darcy's Wild Life . [1] [2]



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  1. Tim Maile, Yahoo! TV
  2. Douglas Tuber, Yahoo! TV