When NBC- TV abruptly pulled The Robert Taylor Show from its fall primetime schedule in the middle of July 1963, Jeffrey Hunter's Temple Houston western series was rushed into production and into the spotlight. The cast and crew had just a few chaotic weeks to get their one-hour weekly dramatic series underway. Packed with newly published photographs, production information from the Warner Brothers Archives, and new interviews, this is the never before told full story of Jeffrey Hunter and Temple Houston. Included are biographies of Hunter and co-star Jack Elam, as well as the previously untold history behind Robert Taylor's lost television series. Jeffrey Hunter and Temple Houston is a lively and entertaining look at a fascinating piece of television history.
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I hope the reader enjoys the comments from Jeffrey Hunter's friends and co-workers included in this book. Over the years I interviewed Van Williams, George Takei, director Joe Pevney, and Charles B. Fitzsimons, among many others.About the Author:
Glenn A. Mosley is Director of Broadcasting and faculty member in the School of Journalism and Mass Media at the University of Idaho. His first book, "Henry Fonda and The Deputy," was also published by BearManor Media.
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