Diane Baker: Next on TVC

February 20th, 2017

Actress and producer Diane Baker, television writer Paul Robert Coyle, and author John McElwee will join us on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision RadioKSAV.org.

Best known for her acting appearances in The Diary of Anne Frank, Marnie, Straight-Jacket, Route 66, The Invaders, House, Law and Order: SVU, The Fugitive, and other films and TV series, Diane Baker is also an accomplished producer of many films and documentaries, including To Climb a Mountain for HBO and the Emmy-nominated miniseries A Woman of Substance starring Deborah Kerr. Currently, she is the Executive Director of the Motion Pictures & Television Acting School at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, one of the largest film schools in the country, and a position that she has held for more than ten years.

We’ll ask Diane about how she first made the transition from acting to producing, as well as how she became involved with the Academy of Art University (and the school’s recent collaboration with director Roger Corman). But she’ll also share some memories of her work on The Diary of Anne Frank, Perry Mason, Kojak and other films and TV series. Diane Baker will join us in our second hour.

Also joining us this week will be our friend Paul Robert Coyle. Paul began his career as a television writer writing for The Streets of San Francisco and Barnaby Jones, plus he’s written for such shows as Crazy Like a Fox, Simon and Simon, Jake and the Fatman, Xena: Warrior Princess and Stephen King’s The Dead Zone.

Our first hour will feature John McElwee, curator of the Greenbriar Picture Shows movie website, and a consultant on many documentaries about the Golden Age of Hollywood. John’s book, Showmen, Sell It Hot! Movies as Merchandise in Golden Era Hollywood, examines the often innovative marketing campaigns for such classic motion pictures as Stagecoach, King Kong, The Wizard of Oz, Citizen Kane, Sunset Boulevard, On the Waterfront, Frankenstein, Dracula, A Night at the Opera and Rebel Without a Cause. The book includes hundreds of color and black-and-white photographs, plus great stories about the various ways in which movies were promoted in the era before television.

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Homer Simpson, Oscar Levant and the Legacy of MTM: Next on TVC

February 7th, 2017

Actor and playwright Dan Castellaneta and authors Vince Waldron and Jennifer Armstrong will join us as we remember Mary Tyler Moore on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

We’ll spend most of our program this week remembering Mary Tyler Moore, the iconic actress and producer who passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 25 at the age of 80. Whether you think of her as Laurie Petrie, Mary Richards, or one of the guiding forces behind MTM Enterprises, Mary Tyler Moore helped three generations of women see alternatives for themselves beyond traditional roles on television and in the real world.

Jennifer Armstrong will join us by phone in our first hour, while Vince Waldron will join us in the studio during our second hour. Jennifer’s books include Mary and Lou and Rhoda and Ted and All the Brilliant Minds Who Made The Mary Tyler Moore Show a Television Classic, while Vince’s books include The Official Dick Van Dyke Show Book: The Definitive History of Television’s Most Enduring Comedy.

This week’s show will also include the first of a two-part interview with Emmy Award-winning actor, writer and voice artist Dan Castellaneta, the voice of Homer Simpson. Not only is Dan a big fan of The Dick Van Dyke Show, he wrote the foreword for the deluxe expanded archive edition of The Official Dick Van Dyke Show Book. We will ask Dan about some of his favorite Laura Petrie episodes, and more, when he joins us in our second hour.

Dan Castellaneta is also the writer and star of For Piano and Harpo, a brand new play about Oscar Levant, the renowned pianist, composer, humorist and bon vivant who was known as much for his biting wit as for his musical compositions. For Piano and Harpo is playing at the Falcon Theatre, 4252 Riverside Drive in Burbank, CA through Sunday, March 5. For tickets and more information, call 818-955-8101 or go to FalconTheatre.com.

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Tributes to Mike Connors and Barbara Hale: Next on TVC

January 31st, 2017

Producer/director Arthur Marks will join us as we remember Barbara Hale and Mike Connors on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

Arthur Marks will join us this week as we pay tribute to television icons Barbara Hale, the actress known to three generations as Della Street on Perry Mason, and Mike Connors, the star of Mannix. Hale passed away on Jan. 27 at the age of 94, while Connors died Jan. 26 at the age of 91.

Arthur Marks directed seventy-six episodes of the original Perry Mason television series, more than any other director. He also worked behind the scenes in nearly every episode of the long-running series (CBS, 1957-1966), first as assistant director, then as a director, then as associate producer, and, finally, producer and showrunner for the last five seasons. Art will share a few memories of Barbara Hale, but he’ll also talk about a little about his friend Mike Connors, whom he directed both on Perry Mason (“The Case of the Bullied Bowler”) and on Mannix. Arthur Marks will join us in our first hour.

The second hour of this week’s show will include a replay of our March 2014 conversation with Barbara Hale in which she talked about playing Della Street, both on CBS and on NBC, her friendship with Raymond Burr (which spanned five decades), and her long motion picture career, which included films with the likes of James Stewart, Rock Hudson, Anthony Quinn, James Arness, Frank Sinatra and James Cagney.

In addition, our first hour will include a replay of our May 2014 conversation with Mike Connors. Known to three generations of viewers as Joe Mannix, Connors arguably defined the private eye on television more than any other actor. We talked to Mike about Mannix, Tightrope, his work with William Wellman and John Wayne, and more.

Also this week: Chris Korman will discuss his upcoming appearance at the 54th annual Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDA) conference, which will take place Feb. 16-19 in Baltimore, Maryland. Chris’ father, actor Harvey Korman (The Carol Burnett Show), was once national spokesman of the LDA. Chris will also share a few memories of his friendship of Mike Connors, which stemmed from the annual charity golf tournament that benefited The Frostig School for children with learning disabilities—a tournament that Chris and Harvey hosted together for many years. Chris Korman will join us in our first hour.

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Linda Lawson, plus the Man Behind Batman’s Butler: Next on TVC

January 24th, 2017

Singer/actress Linda Lawson and author James Bigwood will join us on an encore presentation of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

Our first hour will include an encore presentation of our April 2012 conversation with singer/actress Linda Lawson. Linda began her career in the 1950s as a nightclub performer at the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas. That led to a recording session with Henry Mancini, who later introduced her to Blake Edwards, who later cast Linda in an episode of Peter Gunn, which opened the door to an acting career that included appearances on such shows as Adventures in Paradise, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Perry Mason, Sea Hunt, Adventures in Paradise, Maverick, 77 Sunset Strip, The Virginian, and It Takes a Thief, as well as such feature motion pictures as Night Tide with Dennis Hopper, and Sometimes a Great Notion with Paul Newman, Henry Fonda and Richard Jaeckel.

Our second hour will include a replay of our January 2016 conversation with James Bigwood, writer, producer and co-author of Not Just Batman’s Butler: The Autobiography of Alan Napier, a combination memoir, biography and filmography of Alan Napier, the tall, distinguished British actor best known for playing Alfred the butler on the Batman television series (ABC, 1966-1968). Though Batman brought Napier fame (and some fortune), it also overshadowed 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.

Largely based on a manuscript that Napier wrote himself in 1969, Not Just Batman’s Butler not only explores the actor’s life and career before, during and after Batman, but shows how Napier led a very full and somewhat bohemian life outside of show business. Not Just Batman’s Butler: The Autobiography of Alan Napier is available through McFarlandPub.com. You can also order it by calling (800) 253-2187.

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Tippi Hedren, Rich Little, plus The Year in Television: Next on TVC

January 17th, 2017

Actress Tippi Hedren and celebrity impersonator Rich Little will join us on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

Film buffs know Tippi Hedren as the star of the classic Alfred Hitchcock films The Birds and Marnie—an experience that, in many respects, was both the opportunity of a lifetime and a nightmare come true. While the story of Tippi’s complicated relationship with Hitchcock has been told countless times by other people, it’s never been told by Tippi herself… until now.

Hedren’s memoir, Tippi, sets the record straight, revealing never-before-told stories about the torment that Hitchcock put her through during the filming of their two collaborations. But it also shows the strength and spirit that has defined Tippi throughout her life—and how that strength was put to the test time and again during the making of Roar, the ambitious independent film that Tippi produced and starred in (along with dozens of live lions and tigers) that is not only one of the most notorious film productions of all time, but fueled a passion for wildlife preservation that continues to this day. Tippi Hedren will join us in our second hour.

Also joining us this week will be America’s Master Mimic, Rich Little, the man who has impersonated the voices of countless showbiz figures and politicians over the past six decades. Since Inauguration Day is soon upon us, and given that Rich is known for his impersonations of the past ten sitting U.S. presidents, we’ll ask if he’ll be working Donald Trump into his repertoire anytime soon. We’ll also learn the difference between an impressionist and an impersonator, how Rich takes an actor’s approach to mastering voices, and how he nearly made his national TV debut without any pants. Rich Little will join us near the end of our first hour.

Rich Little recently completed principal photography on Futurama: The Movie, in which he plays the voice of Richard Nixon’s reanimated head. His new book, Little by Little: People I’ve Known and Been, features stories and anecdotes about thirty of the most famous people that Rich has impersonated over the years, including George Burns, Jack Benny, Ed Sullivan, James Stewart, Dean Martin, Robert Goulet, Richard Nixon, Orson Welles, John Huston and John Wayne. The book also includes charcoal sketches of each celebrity that Rich discusses in the book—all done by Rich Little himself—plus about 100 photographs, many of which are in color.

This week’s show will also include our annual look at some of the major stories that helped shape this past year in television. Foremost will be a discussion of how TV covered the 2016 presidential election.

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Rick Lenz: Next on TVC

January 10th, 2017

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

Rick Lenz has been acting on Broadway, film and TV since 1965, working with the likes of Peter Sellers, Walter Matthau, Lauren Bacall, Elizabeth Taylor, Angela Lansbury, Richard Boone, Jill Clayburgh, Tyne Daly, Blythe Danner, Alan Alda and John Wayne. Among his best known roles, he played Goldie Hawn’s boyfriend in Cactus Flower, the obsequious journalist in The Shootist, and Police Chief Oliver Stamp on Hec Ramsey. Rick has also been a successful playwright for more three decades, including The Epic of Buster Friend, which began at the American Shakespeare Theatre and was subsequently produced by PBS, and Felony Audition, which was once performed by Sharon Gless and John Ritter at the Playwright Kitchen’s Ensemble.

Rick’s memoir, North of Hollywood, won the Best Biography Award at the Los Angeles Book Festival in 2012. His new novel, The Alexandrite, is a work of “time travel” noir best described as Quantum Leap meets Groundhog Day meets The Twilight Zone meets Old Hollywood. Rick Lenz will join us during our second hour.

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Loretta Swit: Next on TVC

January 3rd, 2017

Emmy Award-winning actress Loretta Swit will join us on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

Loretta Swit won two Emmy Awards for playing Major Margaret Houlihan on M*A*S*H, one of TV’s best and most honored series, and one of the few television shows that has never been off the air. What you may not know about Loretta is that she not only has been a strong advocate for animals and animal rights, but is also an accomplished watercolor artist.

Loretta combines her passions for painting, animals and wildlife in a new book, SwitHeart: The Watercolour Artistry & Animal Activism of Loretta Swit, a collection of sixty-four full-color paintings and drawings, all done by Loretta herself, and all accompanied by anecdotes and stories about Loretta’s life, career and work on behalf on animals. We’ll ask Loretta about her interest in watercolor painting, her “proprietary relationship” with wildlife, her vast stage career (including her recent portrayal of former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt), and, of course, a few questions about her years on M*A*S*H. Loretta Swit will join us in our second hour.

SwitHeart is available, both in print and digital editions, through SwitHeart.com and Ultimatesymbol.com/SwitHeart. All proceeds from the sale of SwitHeart will be donated to Loretta’s endless campaign to end animal suffering and cruelty. In addition, a set of greeting cards featuring some of Loretta’s animal paintings and drawings, and a select number of posters based on Loretta’s artwork, are also available for purchase through SwitHeart.com. All proceeds from the sale of SwitHeart greeting cards and posters will also support various animal rights organizations.

For our listeners in Southern California, Loretta Swit will also be appearing, along with David Engel, in the stage production of Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks, which will run Feb. 3 thru Feb. 12 at the Annenberg Theater in Palm Springs, CA.

This week’s program will also include a look at the various Norman Lear shows that will be reimagined this year (including One Day at a Time, which premieres this month on Netflix), and whether the topical nature of Lear’s work will resonate with contemporary audiences. Plus: a brand new DVD report and This Week in TV History.

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Remembering William Schallert: Next on TVC

December 28th, 2016

We will pay tribute to film and television actor William Schallert on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

Our New Year’s weekend program will be dedicated to the memory of William Schallert, the prolific film and TV actor who passed away on Sunday, May 8 at the age of 93. Best known for playing Patty Duke’s dad, Nancy Drew’s dad, Gidget’s dad, Dobie Gillis’ teacher, and the Admiral on Get Smart, William Schallert also appeared in more than 100 feature motion pictures, including Lonely are the Brave, Charley Varrick, The Incredible Shrinking Man, Speedway, and Recount, plus countless other TV series over the past six decades, from Maverick, Perry Mason, Bewitched and the original Star Trek to such recent shows as 2 Broke Girls in 2014.

We’ll play highlights of our previous conversations with Bill in which we discussed not only his film and TV career, but his work with the Screen Actors Guild, his skill as a pianist and his early career on stage with the Circle Theater in Los Angeles.

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Don Most, Guy Lombardo and Holiday TV Favorites: Next on TVC

December 20th, 2016

Singer/actor Don Most joins us for our annual holiday edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

Singer, actor and director Don Most returns this week as part of our annual holiday program. Known around the world as Ralph Malph on Happy Days, Don is also an accomplished musical performer who continues to bring his live musical show celebrating his love of big band and swing music to different venues all over the country (including Wednesday, Dec. 21 at Catalina’s Bar and Grill in Hollywood, CA).

Don’s new single, “C’est Si Bon,” is not only available as a digital single now through iTunes, but is part of Don new Christmas album, Swinging Down the Chimney Tonight, which includes a heartfelt rendition of “The Christmas Song,” the Yuletide classic that Mel Torme essentially wrote for Nat King Cole. We’ll talk about Don’s love for the music of Torme and Cole, his upcoming CD, D Most: Mostly Swinging, and more, during our first hour.

This week’s show will also include an encore presentation of our roundtable discussion featuring Joanna Wilson about our favorite Christmas episodes and holiday TV specials. Joanna is the author of The Christmas TV Companion and Tis the Season TV. 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 from New Year’s Eve 1965 featuring Howard Cosell.

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Special Tribute to Kirk Douglas: Next on TVC

December 13th, 2016

We’ll celebrate the centennial birthday of screen legend Kirk Douglas on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

Phil Gries will join us for an expanded edition of The Sounds of Lost Television that will pay tribute to Kirk Douglas, the legendary motion picture star who turned 100 years old last week. Though mostly known for his work on the big screen, Douglas was no stranger to television. Besides appearing frequently on late night talk shows and network variety specials, he starred in several notable made-for-TV movies late in his career, including Mousey (1974) and Amos (1985).

Phil has put together a special collection of rarely heard audio clips that showcases not only Douglas’ acting prowess, but his humanitarianism, his desire to seek social justice, his sense of humor and his love of singing. We hope you’ll join us for this special edition of the program.

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