Journey Back to Old Hollywood: Next on TVC

February 2nd, 2016

Actress Margaret O’Brien and authors Mary Ann Anderson and Sylvia Resnick will join us on an encore presentation of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

The first hour of this week’s show will include an encore presentation of our November 2014 conversation with Margaret O’Brien, the great child star from the Golden Age of Hollywood who went on to become one of the most popular, versatile and endearing actresses over the past seven decades, largely because of her work on stage and television. Margaret will share a few memories of her long career, including her work with such stars as Robert Young and Mickey Rooney.

The second hour will include a replay of our February 2014 conversation with Mary Ann Anderson about the life and career of Ida Lupino. Mary was the conservator for Ida’s estate during the last eleven years of the actress’ life, and became a close friend as a result. Mary’s books include Ida Lupino: Beyond the Camera, the story of Ida’s life and career (told almost entirely in Ida’s own words) and The Making of The Hitch-Hiker Illustrated, a behind-the-scenes look at the classic 1953 thriller directed by Ida Lupino that was the first American example of film noir that was directed by a woman. The hour will also include excerpts from one of the last recorded interviews given by Lupino in which she discusses her work in film and television.

Keeping with the theme of old Hollywood, this week’s show will also include an encore of our conversation with author and longtime entertainment journalist Sylvia Resnick. Sylvia began her career writing for such publications as Photoplay, Modern Screen and TV Radio Mirror before becoming a staff editor for Rona Barrett’s Hollywood.

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Revisiting Dragnet and the Legacy of Jack Webb: Next on TVC

January 26th, 2016

Television writer, producer and director Joseph Dougherty leads a roundtable discussion on the career of Jack Webb on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

Emmy Award-winning writer, producer and director Joseph Dougherty (thirtysomething, Saving Grace, Pretty Little Liars) returns this week as we take a fresh look at Dragnet, the iconic television series created by Jack Webb that, unfortunately, has often been derided in recent decades. After recently rediscovering the original Dragnet series on radio, Joe went back to the original 1950s television version of Dragnet and, as he explained to us, “what I found there was nothing short of culture shock. I’d experienced Jack Webb at the end of his career, and the late 1960s incarnation of Dragnet. I had no idea of what was really going on in the 1950s series. I’d like to sit down and talk about my own revelations about how Webb essentially invented the procedural drama and how bold some of those early shows were.”

That’s exactly what we’ll do in the second hour of this week’s program. Joining Joe in our roundtable discussion will be writer, producer and TV scholar Dan Farren (Story Salon) and Tony Figueroa. We hope you’ll join us as well.

The first hour of this week’s show will feature Part 2 of our look at 2015: The Year in Television, with a particular focus on notable passings in the world of entertainment.

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Anson Williams: Next on TVC

January 19th, 2016

Actor, author and entrepreneur Anson Williams joins us on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

Best known for his Golden Globe-nominated role as Potsie Weber on Happy Days, Anson Williams is also an award-winning television director, writer, producer, and entrepreneur who has been honored by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and served on the Board of the USO. Together with his business partner, JoAnna Connell, he founded StarMaker Products, a worldwide consumer product company that has been frequently featured on QVC.

Anson’s latest book, The Perfect Portion Cookbook, is a guide to making your favorite comfort foods, all in 100-calorie portions. A collaboration between Williams, New York Times bestselling author Bob Warden, and renowned nutritionist Mona Dolgov, the book also reflects Anson’s business philosophy. We’ll ask Anson about his success in business, his approach to creating consumer products, and, of course, his experience on Happy Days when he joins us near the end of our first hour.

The Perfect Portion Cookbook will be officially launched on QVC on Sunday, February 7. For more information, go to ThePerfectPortion.com. Anson’s memoir, Singing to a Bulldog: From Happy Days to Hollywood Director and the Unlikely Mentor Who Got Me There, is available wherever books are sold.

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Dee Wallace, plus Remembering Pat Harrington: Next on TVC

January 12th, 2016

Actress, author, and teacher Dee Wallace and talk show host Stu Shostak will join us on a brand new edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on  Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

Most of us know Dee Wallace as the mom in E.T.: The Extraterrestrial, not to mention her many appearances in such classic horror movies as Cujo, The Howling, The Frighteners, and Critters. But she has also worked as a teacher for much of her life in many capacities, including the public school system, in her own dance and acting studios, and on her weekly radio show, Conscious Creation, which emphasizes the principles of empowerment. Dee instilled many of those principles when she created Buppa LaPaloo, a stuffed bear that teaches the importance of self love to children ages four to seven. We’ll ask Dee how and why she came to develop the Buppa bear, plus we’ll discuss some of her other upcoming projects, when she joins us in our second hour.

Dee Wallace is also one of the stars of Just Add Magic, a new series that premieres Friday, January 15 on Amazon Prime. She will also be appearing in the January 27 episode of Supernatural on The CW.

Talk show host and TV historian Stu Shostak (Stu’s Show) will join us in our first hour as we pay homage to Pat Harrington, the Emmy Award-winning actor/comedian who died last week at the age of eighty-six. Stu was a close friend of Pat for more than forty years and will share some memories with us. Then, we will replay our interview with Pat Harrington from January 2012, a conversation in which Pat discussed not only how he came to play Schneider on One Day at a Time, but many of his early experiences in television, including his work with Steve Allen.

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Alan Napier: More Than Batman’s Butler: Next on TVC

January 5th, 2016

Author James Bigwood will join us on a brand new edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

Besides leaving a permanent impression on American pop culture, the Batman television series (ABC, 1966-1968) introduced many young viewers ― not to mention a host of future film scholars ― to Alan Napier, the tall, distinguished British actor who played one of the most popular characters on the series, Alfred the butler. And though Batman brought Napier fame (and some fortune), it also ended up overshadowing a lifetime of work on stage, film and television that saw him work with the likes of Marlon Brando, Ingrid Bergman, John Wayne, Laurence Olivier, George Bernard Shaw, Paul Muni, Sean Connery, Alfred Hitchcock, James Whale, Fritz Lang, Otto Preminger, Orson Welles and John Houseman.

But Alan Napier also led a very full and somewhat bohemian life outside of acting. Among other things, he was a beachcomber, an avid volleyball player, and a prolific writer. In fact, Napier wrote an autobiography in 1969 that, unfortunately, remained unpublished until the fall of 2015, thanks to the efforts of his friend James Bigwood. A writer and producer who has worked on such films and TV series as Bob Roberts and Ugly Betty, Jim first met Alan Napier in 1975 and remained friends with him until Napier’s death in 1988. We’ll tell you how he came to publish Alan’s book ― as well as explore Napier’s life and career, during and after Batman ― when James Bigwood joins us in our second hour.

Jim’s book, Not Just Batman’s Butler: The Autobiography of Alan Napier, is a combination memoir, biography and filmography that is largely based on the manuscript that Alan Napier wrote himself in 1969. Not Just Batman’s Butler is available through McFarlandPub.com. You can also order it by calling (800) 253-2187.

Also on this week’s program: As January 12, 1966 marks the 50th anniversary of the premiere of Batman on ABC, we’ll look at the legacy of Batman on television as part of This Week in TV History. (Alan Napier’s birthday, by way, is January 7.)

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A Tribute to Leonard Nimoy: Next on TVC

December 29th, 2015

Actor Walter Koenig, television director Ralph Senensky, producer/director Arthur Marks and author Mark Dawidziak will join us on an encore edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

This week’s program will be an encore presentation of our two-hour tribute to the life and career of Leonard Nimoy, the actor known around the world as Mr. Spock, the half-Vulcan, half-human first officer on Star Trek who was not only one of the show’s most popular characters, but in many respects its most iconic. We will certainly talk about Star Trek, but we’ll also discuss some of Nimoy’s other contributions to television, as well as his accomplishments as a motion picture director; his dedication to science, art and the humanities; his various philanthropic interests; and who he was a person.

Our guests this week will include actor Walter Koenig (Leonard Nimoy’s longtime co-star on both the original Star Trek and the first six Star Trek movies), television director Ralph Senensky, who directed Nimoy on seven occasions on the original Star Trek (including the classic episode “This Side of Paradise”), Perry Mason producer/director Arthur Marks (a longtime friend of Nimoy who also directed him in the Mason episode “The Case of the Shoplifter’s Shoe”), and television critic and author Mark Dawidziak (The Columbo Phile).

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Tis the Season TV: Next on TVC

December 22nd, 2015

Author Joanna Wilson will join us on an encore edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, airing Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

This week’s show will include an encore presentation of our roundtable discussion featuring Joanna Wilson on favorite Christmas episodes and holiday TV specials. Joanna is the author of The Christmas TV Companion and Tis the Season TV: The Encyclopedia of Christmas-Themed Episodes, Specials and Made for TV Movies. Then Phil Gries will join us in our second hour for our annual tribute to bandleader Guy Lombardo, with audio highlights from some of the first TV coverage of the ball drop at Times Square… including a rarely heard clip featuring Howard Cosell. Plus we’ll look back at the career of singer Perry Como, with a particular focus on the many TV Christmas specials that he hosted throughout his career.

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Inside the Disney Marketing Machine: Next on TVC

December 15th, 2015

Author Lorraine Santoli will join us on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

Lorraine Santoli began her career as a publicist for the Walt Disney Company, coordinating the PR efforts of many Disney movies and TV shows, then later became manager of publicity at the Disneyland theme park. After moving back to Disney Corporate, she spent ten years as Director of Corporate Synergy for the entire Walt Disney Company, where she helped coordinate all marketing communications and internal cross-promotions through the Disney company.

We will talk about what synergy is, how it came to shape the way in which Disney has done business over the past three decades, and how it helped shaped such promotional campaigns as the famous “I’m Going to Disneyland” spots that we see at the end of every Super Bowl and other major sporting events. Lorraine Santoli will join us on in our second hour. Her latest book, Inside the Disney Marketing Machine: In the Era of Michael Eisner and Frank Wells, is available from Theme Park Press.

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Bo Svenson: Next on TVC

December 8th, 2015

Actor, director and producer Bo Svenson will join us for the 300th edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

Though his roots in television go back to the ABC series Here Come the Brides, as well as many made-for-TV movies, Bo Svenson is known for his work in such feature films as Breaking Point, The Great Waldo Pepper, North Dallas Forty, Heartbreak Ridge, Kill Bill, Delta Force, Walking Tall: Part 2, Walking Tall: The Final Chapter and the original Inglorious Basterds. Also an accomplished writer, director and producer (both for film and television), on many occasions Bo was brought in as a director at the last minute to rescue troubled productions.

Bo is also an accomplished martial artist, holding black belts in karate, aikido and judo―an experience that gives him tremendous insight into the subject of his upcoming film Don’t Call Me Sir, the inspiring story of groundbreaking judo legend Rusty Kanokogi, which will also feature the acting debut of Olympic gold medalist Kayla Harrison. Bo Svenson will join us in our second hour. (For more information on Don’t Call Me Sir, as well as to how to help support the project, go to SupportDontCallMeSir.com.)

This week will mark not only the 300th broadcast of TV CONFIDENTIAL, but the 100th anniversary of the birth of Frank Sinatra. We will commemorate the latter occasion by playing highlights from conversations in which we’ve discussed the legacy of Ole Blue Eyes, both as a singer and as an actor, with some of our previous guests.

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Remembering Pete Duel and John Lennon: Next on TVC

December 1st, 2015

Author Paul Green will join us again on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, airing Friday 7pm ET and PT on
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Paul Green will return this week as we revisit the life and career of Pete Duel, the actor whom most of us think of as Hannibal Heyes, the amiable outlaw that he played so well on the short-lived but long remembered Western series Alias Smith and Jones. Though Duel seemed easygoing on screen, he led an unpredictable and often tumultuous life off screen―a fact, sadly, that is perhaps best characterized by his highly publicized suicide on Dec. 30, 1971, at the height of his television celebrity.

Though the story of Pete Duel remains one of the great Hollywood tragedies, it’s also a reminder that the true value of a person rests not in the manner of their death, but in the way they lived their life and continue to touch the lives of the people of who knew them. That’s really the focus of Paul’s book, Pete Duel: A Biography. Paul has recently updated his book with a new foreword by actress Belinda Montgomery, plus even more insight about the life of Duel. Much of the new information in the revised second edition of Pete Duel: A Biography comes from the people who knew him best: his family and friends. But it also gives voice to the many fans who have kept the memory of Pete Duel alive, more than four decades after his death. Paul Green will join us in our second hour.

This week’s program will also commemorate the thirty-fifth anniversary of the death of John Lennon. We’ll devote part of This Week in TV History to that subject, plus we’ll play part of our December 2010 conversation with Keith Eliot Greenberg, author of Dec. 8, 1980: The Day John Lennon Died.

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