The Fight for Vietnam’s Firebase Kate: Next on TVC

April 21st, 2015

Author, journalist and screenwriter Marvin J. Wolf will join us on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

Marvin J. Wolf is the author or co-author of seventeen books, including Beating the Odds (the memoirs of ABC founding president Leonard Goldenson), Fallen Angels (an inside look at famous crimes that took place in Hollywood), and the Rabbi Ben mystery novel series, while his credits as a screenwriter include the made-for-TV movie Ladies Night.

Marv’s latest book, Abandoned in Hell: The Fight for Vietnam’s Firebase Kate, is a gripping account of a bloody five-day battle in the central highlands of Vietnam that was led by a young captain named William Albracht. It is a very cinematic story that speaks to the transformational power of individual heroism. It is also a story that, until recently, very few people knew about. Marvin J. Wolf will join us in our first hour.

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James Wilder: Next on TVC

April 14th, 2015

Actor James Wilder will join us on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, airing Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision RadioKSAV.org.

An award-winning independent film actor, James Wilder is no stranger to television, with appearances in such shows as the original Melrose Place, the revival of Route 66, the comedy series Veronica’s Closet, the Emmy Award-winning drama Equal Justice, and the critically acclaimed ABC Circle Theater presentation of Cracked Up.

James recently won critical acclaim for his work in his latest film, Three Holes and A Smoking Gun. He’s also a very engaging person whose interests include architecture and design, while his early work as a live stage artist will change the way you think of the art of professional juggling. James Wilder will join us in our second hour.

Three Holes and A Smoking Gun is now available through many Video on Demand services, plus it’s also being seen in select theatres throughout California as part of a limited theatrical release.

 

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Morgan Woodward, plus Classic Hollywood Heartthrobs: Next on TVC

April 7th, 2015

Actor Morgan Woodward and author Sylvia Resnick will join us on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

This week’s program will include a return visit from one of the most durable character actors in the entertainment industry, Morgan Woodward. Over the course of his fifty-year acting career, Morgan appeared in more than 400 film and TV productions, including 19 episodes of Gunsmoke, 12 episodes of Wagon Train, two episodes of the original Star Trek, and the classic Paul Newman film Cool Hand Luke, where he won critical acclaim as Boss Godfrey, “The Man with No Eyes.” Of course, if you’re a fan of Dallas, you know that Morgan played Punk Anderson on the original Dallas for eight seasons, while Waltons fans remember his appearances as Boone Walton. Morgan Woodward will join us in our second hour.

Joining us in our first hour will be Sylvia Resnick, longtime entertainment journalist and the author of The Evolution of the Hollywood Heartthrob, a fascinating look at Old Hollywood, New Hollywood, and everything in between that also profiles some of the greatest male heartthrobs in film and TV history, from Douglas Fairbanks and Rudolph Valentino, to Clark Gable, Errol Flynn, Chad Everett, Robert Redford and Burt Reynolds.

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A Conversation with Walter Grauman: Next on TVC

March 31st, 2015

We will remember the late Walter Grauman on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

This week’s program will remember Walter Grauman, the prolific film and television director who passed away on Friday, March 20. If you’re a fan of Quinn Martin, you know that Walter directed multiple episodes of almost every show that came out of QM Productions, including the pilot episodes of The Fugitive, Barnaby Jones and The Streets of San Francisco. But he also had a long and distinguished record independent of Quinn Martin, both as a producer (including the ABC dramas Felony Squad and Blue Light), as well as directing such notable miniseries and made for TV movies as To Race the Wind, Bare Essence, Crowhaven Farm, and Top of the Hill, plus multiple episodes of such popular shows as The Untouchables, Burke’s Law, Naked City, Route 66, Peter Gunn, Trapper John, M.D. and Murder, She Wrote.

You might recall that Walter Grauman appeared on TV CONFIDENTIAL back in March 2012, on the occasion of Walter’s 90th birthday. Paul Robert Coyle co-hosted. We covered many topics in the course of that 75-minute conversation, including how Walter more or less taught himself the craft of directing at a time when the television industry was just starting. We will replay that interview in its entirety during this week’s program.

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George Maharis and James Rosin: Next on TVC

March 24th, 2015

Actor George Maharis and author James Rosin will join us on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

James Rosin has written a series of books on some of the great shows from the 1960s and 1970s, including Naked City, Peyton Place, The Streets of San Francisco and Wagon Train. Jim has recently updated his book on Route 66 with new information about the classic TV series starring Martin Milner and George Maharis. Jim will join us in our first hour.

And speaking of Route 66, our second hour will include highlights from our April 2012 conversation with George Maharis in which George discusses, among other things, how he approached playing Buz Murdock, as well as the real reason why he left Route 66 in the middle of the third season.

All this, plus a brand new edition of This Week in TV History. It’s a full program as always, and we certainly hope you’ll join us.

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June Lockhart and H.M. Wynant: Next on TVC

March 17th, 2015

Actors June Lockhart and H.M. Wynant will join us on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

Known among television viewers as Timmy’s mom on Lassie, Will Robinson’s mom on Lost in Space, Dr. Janet Craig on Petticoat Junction and Maria Ramirez on General Hospital, June Lockhart has earned many honors in the course of her acting career, including a Tony Award, an Emmy nomination, two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and the Exceptional Public Achievement Medal from NASA. June will add to that list on Thursday, March 26 when she will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce at the Hollywood Chamber’s 94th Annual Installation and Awards Luncheon. It is one of many events on tap this year as we approach the 50th anniversary of Lost in Space. June Lockhart will join us during our first hour.

Joining us in our second hour will be H.M. Wynant, one of the most prolific character actors the entertainment industry has ever known. Known among TV viewers for his appearances on such classic shows as The Twilight Zone, Batman, The Rockford Files and Perry Mason, H.M. also has a long list of stage credits (including such musical productions as High Button Shoes and The Sound of Music), plus he’s appeared in twenty-five motion pictures, including Run Silent, Run Deep, It Happened at the World’s Fair and, most recently, Footprints.

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A Tribute to Leonard Nimoy: Next on TVC

March 10th, 2015

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

This week’s program will be a 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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Actor Chris Robinson, plus Hollywood’s Last Mogul: Next on TVC

March 3rd, 2015

Actor/director Chris Robinson and award-winning journalist Kathleen Sharp will join us on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

Kathleen Sharp will join us for a look at the life and legacy of Hollywood’s original power couple, Lew and Edie Wasserman, who together ruled over the entertainment industry for more than six decades — first by building MCA, the world’s largest talent agency, then buying a broken-down film studio along with some real estate and transforming it all into the multi-billion-dollar global conglomerate known as Universal Studios. Under Lew Wasserman’s rule, Universal created such staples as the made for TV movie, the “wheel” format of revolving weekly series, and the blockbuster feature motion picture, while Edie Wasserman extended their influence into governors’ mansions, Senate chambers, the White House, international boardrooms and the world of old Las Vegas. But while Lew Wasserman ran Universal Studios, he and Edie were far from universally liked — in fact, on more than one occasion their rivals and enemies joined forces to bring the Wassermans down. It’s all part of a fascinating look into the inner workings of twentieth-century show business that Kathleen captures in her book Mr. and Mrs. Hollywood: Edie and Lew Wasserman and Their Entertainment Empire, which we’ll talk about during our second hour.

Also joining us this week will be actor/director Chris Robinson, Dr. Rick Webber on General Hospital, Jack Hamilton on The Bold and the Beautiful, and Sgt. Sandy Komansky on Twelve O’Clock High. If you know your TV history, you know that Chris also appeared in many of the other shows produced by Quinn Martin (including The Fugitive, The New Breed, Dan August, The F.B.I., Cannon, The Streets of San Francisco, Barnaby Jones and Caribe), as well as such films as The Birdman of Alcatraz, The Young Savages (both with Burt Lancaster), The Hawaiians (with Charlton Heston), Sweet, Sweet Rachel (the pilot for The Sixth Sense), and many Western films and TV series, including Gunsmoke, The Virginian, Wagon Train, Zane Grey Theater, and the recent independent film The Forsaken, which Chris says offers a new take on the classic genre that is also very insightful. We’ll talk about that, and more, when Chris Robinson joins us during our first hour.

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James Sheldon: Next on TVC

February 24th, 2015

Television director James Sheldon will join us on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision RadioKSAV.org and the KSAV channel on CX Radio Brazil.

James Sheldon directed not only many of the great shows from the first forty years of network television, but virtually every kind of network television show imaginable, beginning with the very first commercial network program (We the People, telecast nationally on CBS on June 1, 1948), as well as live dramas, anthology shows, Westerns, sitcoms, action adventure, musicals, private eye shows, police dramas, legal dramas, nighttime soap operas, interview programs and everything in between, including such classic shows as Naked City, The Twilight Zone, Route 66, Gunsmoke, Perry Mason, The Fugitive, My Three Sons, Family Affair, Batman, Ironside, Ellery Queen, Cagney and Lacey, Dallas, M*A*S*H, Sanford and Son, Room 222 and The Waltons. During that time Jim experienced many technological changes in television, plus he helped launch the careers of James Dean, Paul Newman, Carroll O’Connor, Clint Eastwood, Lee Remick, Tony Randall, Tyne Daly and many other actors.

Jim has captured dozens of stories about his life and career in television in an excellent book, Before I Forget: Directing Television, 1948-1988. James Sheldon will be joining us in our second hour.

Also this week: Greg Ehrbar’s latest DVD report, and Tony Figueroa and Donna Allen with a brand new This Week in TV History.

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Hollywood Through the Back Door, plus a Remembrance of Gary Owens: Next on TVC

February 17th, 2015

Author, playwright and film and television pioneer Michael St. John will join us on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

The first African-American hired as a director for NBC television (where he worked on such shows as Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In and The Andy Williams Show), Michael St. John has also worked as a stage and film actor in such films as Carmen Jones, the first major Hollywood motion picture featuring an all African-American cast. Michael’s book, Hollywood Through the Back Door, is filled with great stories about his work with such legends as Pearl Bailey, Dorothy Dandridge, Mary Pickford, Bette Davis, Dan Dailey, Lou Gossett, Brock Peters, Harry Belafonte, and Otto Preminger — how they opened doors for him, and how he, in turn, paid it forward by creating opportunities for others.

Michael will not only share some of those stories, but update us on the pre-production of his play, I Feel Sin Comin’ On, which is based on early events in his life that are depicted in Hollywood Through the Back Door. He’ll also provide a few memories of his friend and colleague, Laugh-In announcer Gary Owens. Michael St. John will join us in our second hour.

Also this week: Tony Figueroa and Donna Allen with an expanded edition of This Week in TV History that includes a look at the origins of The Andy Griffith Show.

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