Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Morgan Woodward, Plus the Best of Jack Paar: Next on TVC

Actor Morgan Woodward will join us on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, airing Sept. 26-Oct. 2 at the following times and venues:
WROM RadioDetroit, MI
esday 9/26
8pm ET, 5pm PT
Sunday 9/30
8pm ET, 5pm PT
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Share-a-Vision Radio
San Francisco Bay Area
Friday 9/28
7pm ET, 4pm PT
10pm ET, 7pm PT
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Talktainment Radio
Columbus, OH
Saturday 9/29
3am ET, Midnight PT
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The Coyote KKYT 93.7 FM
Ridgecrest, Calif.
Sunday 9/30
9pm PT
Monday 10/1
Midnight ET
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The Radio Slot Network
San Francisco, Calif.
Monday 10/1
8pm ET, 5pm PT
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Passionate World Radio
Ann Arbor, MI
Tuesday 10/2
11:05pm ET, 8:05pm PT
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One of the most durable character actors in the entertainment industry, with a career that spans five decades, Morgan Woodward has made than 250 film and TV appearances, including 19 episodes of Gunsmoke (more than any actor guest actor), 12 episodes of Wagon Train (also more than any other guest actor), two episodes of the original Star Trek (including a memorable performance as Captain Ronald Tracey in “The Omega Glory”), as well as such feature films as The Killing of a Chinese Bookie with Ben Gazzara, One Little Indian with James Garner, Firecreek with James Stewart and Henry Fonda, and Cool Hand Luke with Paul Newman, where he played one of the memorable characters in motion picture industry, Boss Godfrey, The Man with No Eyes.

Of course, some of you know Morgan Woodward as Shotgun Gibbs on The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, while Dallas fans know him as Punk Anderson, the longtime friend of Jock and Miss Ellie that Morgan played for eight seasons. We will ask Morgan how he came to create some of his famous roles, including The Man with No Eyes in Cool Hand Luke, when he joins us in our second hour.

Also this week, we will pay tribute to legendary late night talk show host Jack Paar as part of a special edition of The Sounds of Lost Television. Though Paar’s five years as host as The Tonight Show (NBC, 1957-1962) have been overshadowed by the 30-year tenure of his immediate successor, Johnny Carson, during five years Paar not only left his own indelible mark on television, but in many respects paved the way for the likes of Jon Stewart today. As always, Phil Gries has put together a very nice package of audio highlights from the Jack Paar Tonight Show, which we will play for you during our first hour.

TV CONFIDENTIAL: A radio talk show about televisionWed and Sun 8pm ET, 5pm PT on WROM Radio
Fri 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio,

Sat 3am ET, Midnight PT on Talktainment Radio
Sun 9pm PT, Mon Midnight ET on
The Coyote KKYT 93.7 FM (Ridgecrest, Calif.)
Mon 8pm ET, 5pm PT on The Radio Slot Network
Tue 11:05pm ET, 8:05pm PT on
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