The Fugitive

When The Wind Blows

Filmed August 1965 In early sixties television there were no large writing staffs such as existed later. The producer and story editor of a dramatic series were the ones responsible for delivering scripts. They interviewed freelance writers who came in … Continue reading

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An Apple A Day

Filmed July 1965 I can’t be totally positive, I’m just 99% sure that THE FUGITIVE was the only Quinn Martin series that used a climactic scene from late in the show for its teaser. Oddly, this was a rare episode … Continue reading

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Detour On A Road Going Nowhere

Filmed October 1964 Don’t touch that dial! By 1964 that could have been the mantra of the three television networks. You see television had become BIG BUSINESS. High ratings meant higher advertising rates, which translated into higher earnings. Since all … Continue reading

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When The Bough Breaks

Filmed July 1964 When the 1964-65 season started, I was booked to return to MGM to direct my fourth DR. KILDARE (MAYBE LOVE WILL SAVE MY APARTMENT HOUSE), and then an episode of a new half hour series starring Dennis … Continue reading

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