Creating Television: Conversations with the People behind 50 Years of American TV

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Index
References to figures (photos) are indicated by/ Footnotes are indicated by n.
A & E, 442
A Team, The,96
Aaker, Lee, 378, 388
Abbott and Costello, 42
Abbott and Costello, 42 Legion,42
ABC,
as part of “brain-drain, ” 265
development, 197–198
Laybourne, Gerry, 463, 468, 472
Levy, David, 83, 84
Manson, Aria Sorkin, 190
millennium coverage, 244
movies, 210, 233
vies, 210,
Sallan, Bruce, 233, 267, 269, 271, 273, 274, 275, 276, 278, 279, 280, 447
Saturday morning programming, 469
“Sex and Violence, ” 80, 81
Soap,129
soap operas, 69, 71
The Addams Family,89
thirtysomething,153
Tinker, Grant, 93
24-Hour News, 469
Winkler, Henry, 331, 335
ABC 2000,234
ABC's Nightlife,245
Above the Law,77
Act of Love,266
Actors, 308–309, 325–326
child, 309, 373, 378–379
laws protecting, 394
parents of, 379, 390–391
sexuality of, 381
suicides of, 386–389
trying to find work as adults, 385–386
recognition of, 318–319, 327, 338–339
Adam,193
Adams, Don, 47f, 48f
Addams, Charles, 83, 89
Addams Family, The,24, 77, 83, 88, 89
Admiral Broadway Revue,23, 27, 29
Adventures in the Skin Trade,225
Adventures in theSk inTr ade,225
Adventures of Hucklebe rry Finn, The, 215, 219
Advertising, 23, 79, 84–85, 88, 91, 93, 101–102, 104, 130, 305, 316, 337, 418, 429, 453
Affleck, Ben, 183
Africa Screams,42
Ageism, 39, 56, 187, 213, 224
Agents (see Talent Agents and Agentsa

-487-

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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Creating Television - Conversations with the People Behind 50 Years of American Tv *
  • Chapter 1 - Bringing Television Creators to Life 1
  • Chapter 2 - Individual Creativity in a Collaborative Medium 9
  • Interviews 21
  • Chapter 3 - Creating the First Decade 23
  • Chapter 4 - Creating Breakthrough Television 121
  • Chapter 5 - A Different Kind of Writer 187
  • Chapter 6 - A Different Kind of Producer 231
  • Chapter 7 - Two Directors 283
  • Chapter 8 - The Actors 307
  • Chapter 9 - The Agents 395
  • Chapter 10 - A Different Kind of Executive 445
  • References 481
  • Photo Credits 485
  • Index 487
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