I represent the first generation who, when we were born, the television was now a permanent fixture in our homes. When I was born people had breakfast with Barbara Walters, dinner with Walter Cronkite, and slept with Johnny Carson.
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Tuesday, March 25, 2014
David Frankham and Ralph Senensky: Next on TVC
Actor David Frankham and television director Ralph Senensky will join us on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, airing Mar. 26-Apr. 1 at the following times and stations:
WROM Radio Detroit, MI Wednesday 3/26 8pm ET, 5pm PT 2am ET, 11pm PT Sunday 3/26 8pm ET, 5pm PT 2am ET, 11pm PT Click on the Listen Live button at WROMRadio.net
David’s memoir, Which One Was David?, is filled with great stories about his film and TV career, as well as his friendships with the likes of Vincent Price, Basil Rathbone, Rock Hudson, Dirk Bogarde, Angela Lansbury, Roger Corman, William Wyler, Ida Lupino and Barbara Stanwyck.
Our first hour will include Part 2 of our conversation longtime television directorRalph Senensky. Ralph directed David Frankham several times throughout his career, including the episode Is There in Truth No Beauty? of the original Star Trek, as well as episodes of various Quinn Martin Productions. In fact, Ralph’s credits in television includes just about every QM series, including The Fugitive, Dan August, Barnaby Jones and Twelve O’Clock High. We’ll focus on Ralph’s work with QM, but we’ll discuss his work with Bill Cosby, Jerry Houser, Marlyn Mason, Larry Hagman and other film and TV actors.