Please join us this weekend for encore presentations of our conversations with actor and author Barry Livingston (My Three Sons, The Importance of Being Ernie) and author James Rosin (The Streets of San Francisco: A Quinn Martin TV Series) on TV CONFIDENTIAL, airing July 31-Aug. 2 at the following times and venues:
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This weekend’s program will include an encore presentation of our August 2012 conversation with actor and author Barry Livingston. Best known for playing Ernie Douglas on the long-running comedy series My Three Sons (ABC/CBS, 1960-1972), Barry has acted professionally on stage, screen and television since pretty much the day he was born. One of the few child actors who successfully transitioned to grown-up actor, he has worked with such stars as Karl Malden, John Cassavetes, Myrna Loy, Steve Railsback, Forest Whitaker, Adam Sandler, and Clint Eastwood in the course of his career. Making that transition, however, was not easy. Barry speaks frankly about his struggles, and how he overcame them, in his memoir, The Importance of Being Ernie.
Barry, of course, co-starred with his brother, Stanley Livingston, on My Three Sons. We’ll ask what it was like to work with his brother every day on the set of a network TV series. Barry will also share some memories of Don Grady, plus a few other stories, including how he learned to drive a stick shift on the fly while filming an episode of The Streets of San Francisco. We’ll replay our conversation with Barry Livingston in our second hour..
Our first hour will include an encore presentation of our November 2011 conversation with author James Rosin. Jim’s books on music, film and television include The Streets of San Francisco: A Quinn Martin TV Series, everything you wanted to know about the long-running ABC police drama starring Karl Malden and Michael Douglas. Quinn Martin himself believed that The Streets of San Francisco was the best show that he ever produced.
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Sat Noon ET, 9am PT on KDUN-AM 1030 (Reedsport/Eugene/Springfield, OR)
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