Bob Markell

Set Designer / Producer / Executive


The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation Presents

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In his five-hour Archive interview, Bob Markell discusses his early work designing sets for landmark shows, Danger, Studio One and Playhouse 90. He describes winning the first Emmy awarded for Art Direction in 1954 for You Are There and details how he became an Emmy-winning producer on shows including The Defenders and Bicentennial Minutes. Markell discusses his work on the show Stage 67 and his involvement with the Emmy winning shorts show, The Bicentennial Minutes. He recalls developing and producing the miniseries The Dane Curse, The Tenth Level and movie-of-the-week, Twenty Shades of Pink. He recounts becoming Vice President of Creative Affairs at CBS and being promoted to Vice President of Miniseries at CBS and shares what he's been up to since leaving the television business. Sunny Parich conducted the interview on April 18, 1998 in Shelter Island, NY.

"We were free to do anything we wanted, to say anything we wanted. And we weren't afraid of being fired or anything like that. We kind of knew our limits so we weren't that extravagant. The Golden Age of Television was an age where everybody was learning. There were no experts, so there was nobody to tell us what to do."

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Highlights
Bob Markell on mishaps while filming live TV
Bob Markell on memories of designing for The Seven Lively Arts
Bob Markell on the biggest challenges of doing art direction on live TV shows
Bob Markell on design techniques for You Are There
Bob Markell on dealing with sensitive issues such as abortion, women's rights, alcoholism and The Korean War on The Defenders
Bob Markell on how the Blacklist affected You Are There and the whole TV industry
Full Interview

Chapter 1

On his childhood and early influences; on studying civil engineering in college; on designing aircraft for Grumman Aircraft during the war; on moving to New York to pursue architecture; on working as an assistant set designer for the American National Theater at summer stock
On joining the scenic designers union on working at summer stock theater in Rhode Island; on working with Jackie Gleason; on applying to work as a designer at CBS; on working at New Stages, Off-Broadway; on being hired by CBS

Chapter 2

On working as a set designer at CBS; on working on the show Suspense with Bob Stevens; on the role of a designer on a television show; on the challenges of working in television versus the stage; on sets he designed for specific shows; on how designers were hired on a show; on working on Danger
On his relationship with directors on live television; on set design on Danger and Studio One; on working with directors Sidney Lumet and John Frankenheimer; on working with writers on live anthology dramas; on mishaps while filming live TV

Chapter 3

On the challenges of working in production facilities at Grand Central Station and around New York City; on working on You Are There and the premise of the show; on the production process for You Are There; on design techniques he used on You Are There; on his Emmy win in 1954 for "art direction of a live show" for You Are There
On working with Walter Cronkite on You Are There; on the budget for the show; on how the Blacklist affected the show; on the quality of the writing on You Are There; on designing sets for the live commercials that aired with You Are There and Danger

Chapter 4

On the dynamic of working in live TV; on sets he designed; on the set design process from sketch to built set; on the biggest challenges of doing art direction on live TV shows such as You Are There; on doing You Are There on film; on working on Studio One; on working on various TV specials; on working on Together with Music with Noel Coward
On working with the CBS color system and working on Studio One and other shows such as Together With Music, in color; on working with the cast and crew of Studio One; on working on The Defenders

Chapter 5

On working on The Defenders and doing a two-part show; on working with the crew of The Defenders; on memorable episodes of Studio One; on working on Playhouse 90 as a producer; on working on The Seven Lively Arts; on working on a jazz show; on the transition from "live" TV to the use of tape
On working onr Play of the Week; on working on The Big Party on CBS; on working on the movie Twelve Angry Men; on becoming an Associate Producer on Playhouse 90; on working on several teleplays including The Cruel Day, The Sound of Trumpets and Tomorrow; on working on The Defenders

Chapter 6

On working on The Defenders; on dealing with sensitive issues on the show and the audience's response; on the differences between The Defenders and Perry Mason; on the self-contained style of The Defenders; on becoming a producer on The Defenders
On working around the Hollywood Blacklist; on the production schedule for The Defenders; on the impact of post production; on the legacy of The Defenders; on why the show ended; on working on Stage 67

Chapter 7

On working on Stage 67; on working with tape for filming shows; on working on the pilot for The Hawk
On working on N.Y.P.D.; on the production schedule for N.Y.P.D.; on working with the actors, writers and directors on N.Y.P.D.; on the effects of syndication on producing N.Y.P.D.; on why N.Y.P.D. ended production
On working on Ceremony Of Innocence at PBS; on working on the TV movie, Doctor Cook's Garden for ABC; on producing two movies of the week for CBS: Murder Once Removed and This Tattered Web

Chapter 8

On TV movies and freelance projects he produced for CBS; on being hired as an executive producer at CBS; on his involvement with the Emmy winning shorts show, The Bicentennial Minutes; on developing and producing the miniseries, The Dane Curse and other miniseries he developed; on being promoted to Vice President of Creative Affairs at CBS and projects he developed
On being promoted to Vice President of Miniseries at CBS; on miniseries he produced under his new title; on his move to independent producing for CBS; on miniseries he produced for the Vista Organization and NBC; on his current work as an artist; on the highlights of his career; on what represents quality television programming

Chapter 9

On the role that ratings have played in television; on the impact of ratings and marketing on the quality of television; on how he would like to be remembered; on what represents the Golden Age of Television; on on the impact of live TV
On impressions of people he's worked with in the television industry; on narrated B-roll footage of production photos from throughout his career
Shows

Bicentennial Minutes

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Bob Markell on his involvement with The Bicentennial Minutes

Charlie Wild, Private Detective

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Bob Markell on set design work for Charlie Wild, Private Detective

Danger

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Bob Markell on set design work for the anthology Danger
Bob Markell on set design work for the anthology drama Danger
Bob Markell on set design work for the anthology Danger
Bob Markell on working on Danger
Bob Markell on B-roll footage of production photos of the show Danger
Bob Markell on B-roll footage of production photos of the show Danger

Defenders, The

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Bob Markell on working on The Defenders
Bob Markell on working on The Defenders
Bob Markell on working on The Defenders
Bob Markell on working on The Defenders
Bob Markell on the Emmy winning episode of The Defenders, "The Madman"
Bob Markell on David Carp's episode of The Defenders "The Seven-Hundred Year Old Gang"
Bob Markell on working with Robert Stevens on The Defenders

Ed Sullivan Show, The aka Toast of the Town

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Bob Markell on B-roll footage of production photos of The Ed Sullivan Show

N.Y.P.D.

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Bob Markell on working on N.Y.P.D.
Bob Markell on working with David Susskind on N.Y.P.D.

Nurses, The

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Bob Markell on The Nurses

Perry Mason

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Bob Markell on the differences between The Defenders and Perry Mason

Play of the Week

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Bob Markell on working on "The Iceman Cometh" for The Play of the Week

Playhouse 90

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Bob Markell on working on Playhouse 90
Bob Markell on working on Playhouse 90

Seven Lively Arts, The

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Bob Markell on working on The Seven Lively Arts
Bob Markell on working on The Seven Lively Arts: "The Changing Ways of Love" written by S. J. Pearlman
Bob Markell on working on The Seven Lively Arts: a series of Ernest Hemingway stories
Bob Markell on working on The Seven Lively Arts: The Nutcracker Ballet with George Balanchine

Studio One

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Bob Markell on set design work for the anthology Studio One
Bob Markell on working on Studio One
Bob Markell on working on Studio One and other shows in color
Bob Markell on working on Studio One
Bob Markell on working on Studio One on specific episodes: "Henry James," "Hamlet," "Out of Towners," 'Walk Down the Hill," and episodes on the classics
Bob Markell on working with Worthington Minor on Studio One

Suspense

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Bob Markell on working on Suspense
Bob Markell on working on Suspense

You Are There

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Bob Markell on working on You Are There
Bob Markell on working on You Are There
Bob Markell on working with Hubbell Robinson on You Are There
Bob Markell on B-roll footage of production photos of the show You Are There
Topics

Emmy Awards

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Bob Markell on breaking a design rule that won him an Emmy award in 1954 for art direction of a live show
Bob Markell on the Emmy winning episode of The Defenders, "The Madman"
Bob Markell on The Defenders winning further Emmy Awards
Bob Markell on the Emmy winning Bicentennial Minutes

Hollywood Blacklist

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Bob Markell on how the Blacklist affected the cast and crew of You Are There
Bob Markell on an episode of The Defenders that dealt with the Blacklist

Memorable Moments on Television

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Bob Markell on an extraordinary scene for Stage 67, now saved in the Academy archives

Minorities

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Bob Markell on the pressure on Robert Hooks in the 1960's while working on N.Y.P.D.

TV Theme Songs

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Bob Markell on the improvised music cues for the opening of the show Danger

TV's Golden Age (1940s & '50s)

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Bob Markell on what represents the Golden Age of Television

Technological Innovation

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Bob Markell on working with color on television
Bob Markell on the transition from "live" TV to the use of recorded tape

Television Industry

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Bob Markell on challenges of working in television versus the stage
Professions

Set Designer

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Bob Markell on working in Summer Stock as a set designer
Bob Markell on the role of a designer on a television show
Bob Markell on design techniques for You Are There
Bob Markell on working with color on television
Genres

Classic Anthology Series

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Bob Markell on working on You Are There
Bob Markell on working on Studio One
Bob Markell on working on You Are There
Bob Markell on working on Studio One
Bob Markell on working on Playhouse 90
Bob Markell on working on The Seven Lively Arts
Bob Markell on working on Stage 67
Bob Markell on working on Stage 67
Bob Markell on his involvement with The Bicentennial Minutes

Cop/Detective/Mystery Series

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Bob Markell on working on the show Danger
Bob Markell on working on Danger
Bob Markell on the comparison between Perry Mason and The Defenders
Bob Markell on working on the pilot for Hawk
Bob Markell on working on N.Y.P.D.

Legal Dramas

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Bob Markell on working on The Defenders
Bob Markell on working on The Defenders

TV Movies/Miniseries/Dramatic Specials

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Bob Markell on working on Ceremony Of Innocence at PBS
Bob Markell on working on TV movie, Doctor Cook's Garden for ABC
Bob Markell on producing two movies of the week for CBS: Murder Once Removed and This Tattered Web
Bob Maerkell on the movie of the week, Twenty Shades of Pink
Bob Markell on The Tenth Level
Bob Markell on You Can't Go Home Again
Bob Markell on the miniseries, The Dane Curse
Bob Markell on the miniseries If Tomorrow Comes
People

Goodman Ace

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Bob Markell on the creators of You Are There, Hubbell Robinson and Goodman Ace

George Balanchine

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Bob Markell on working with George Balanchine on The Seven Lively Arts

Tallulah Bankhead

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Bob Markell on working with Tallulah Bankhead on The Big Party

Walter Bernstein

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Bob Markell on working with Walter Bernstein on the show Danger
Bob Markell on Walter Bernstein
Bob Markell on how the Blacklist affected the writers, Walter Bernstein, Abe Polonsky and Arnold Manoff on You Are There

Leonard Bernstein

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Bob Markell on working with Tennessee Williams, Leonard Bernstein, Ronald Regan, Kukla, Fran and Ollie and others on The Bicentennial Minutes

Paul Bogart

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Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with directors Frank Schaffner, Paul Bogart, Stu Rosenberg, Sidney Pollack
Bob Markell on working with Paul Bogart on Stage 67
Bob Markell on Paul Bogart's involvement with The Hawk
Bob Markell on working with Paul Bogart

Lloyd Bridges

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Bob Markell on working with John Forsythe, Richard Kiley and Lloyd Bridges on Murder Once Removed and This Tattered Web

James Broderick

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Bob Markell on working with Cliff Robertson, Dina Merrill, Dustin Hoffman, Joan Darling and James Broderick on Stage 67
Bob Markell on working with Daniel Melnick, David Susskind, Jack Warden, Robert Hooks, Frank Converse, James Broderick, Al Pacino, James Earl Jones and Jane Alexander on N.Y.P.D.

Herbert Brodkin

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Bob Markell on working with Herbert Brodkin
Bob Markell on working with Herbert Brodkin on Studio One
Bob Markell on working with Herbert Brodkin
Bob Markell on becoming an Associate Producer and working with Herbert Brodkin
Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with Herbert Brodkin

Yul Brynner

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Bob Markell on working with Yul Brynner
Bob Markell on working with Yul Brynner
Bob Markell on how the Blacklist affected Martin Ritt and Yul Brynner

James Coburn

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Bob Markell on working with Bob Lenski, Martin Pull, James Coburn, Hector Elizondo, Malaki MaCourt and Gene Simmons on The Dane Curse

Larry Cohen

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Bob Markell on working with writers Reginald Rose, Alvin Barts, George Belack, Larry Cohen, David Rintel and Ernest Kinoy on The Defenders

Charles Collingwood

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Bob Markell on working with Walter Cronkite, Mike Wallace, Robert Trout and Charles Collingwood on You Are There

Walter Cronkite

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Bob Markell on working with Walter Cronkite, Mike Wallace, Robert Trout and Charles Collingwood on You Are There
Bob Markell on working with Walter Cronkite

Bing Crosby

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Bob Markell on working with Bing Crosby, Doug Kramer, Ted Post, Blythe Danner and Frank Converse on the TV movie, Doctor Cook's Garden

Michael Dann

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Bob Markell on working with Michael Dann

Blythe Danner

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Bob Markell on working with Bing Crosby, Doug Kramer, Ted Post, Blythe Danner and Frank Converse on the TV movie, Doctor Cook's Garden

Joan Darling

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Bob Markell on working with Cliff Robertson, Dina Merrill, Dustin Hoffman, Joan Darling and James Broderick on Stage 67

Ossie Davis

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Bob Markell on working with William Shatner, George Bellack and Ossie Davis on The Tenth Level

Charles Dubin

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Bob Markell on working with Charles Dubin on Movies of the Week

Norman Felton

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Bob Markell on working with Norman Felton

Horton Foote

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Bob Markell on working on Tomorrow with Horton Foote
Bob Markell on working with Horton Foote

John Forsythe

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Bob Markell on working with John Forsythe, Richard Kiley and Lloyd Bridges on Murder Once Removed and This Tattered Web

John Frankenheimer

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Bob Markell on working with John Frankenheimer on the show Danger
Bob Markell on John Frankenheimer
Bob Markell on working with John Frankenheimer
Bob Markell on directors' use of recorded tape

Chuck Fries

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Bob Markell on working with Charles Fries

Jack Gilford

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Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with Jack Gilford

Jackie Gleason

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Bob Markell on working with Jackie Gleason during a summer stock theater performance

Lee Grant

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Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with Lee Grant
Bob Markell on working with Lee Grant and Chris Sarandon on You Can't Go Home Again
Bob Markell on working with Lee Grant

Gene Hackman

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Bob Markell on working with Burt Reynolds, Gene Hackman, Sam Wanamaker, Hubbell Robinson and Veronica Valante on the pilot for The Hawk

George Roy Hill

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Bob Markell on working with George Roy Hill

Dustin Hoffman

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Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with Dustin Hoffman, Jon Voight, Robert Duvall, Gene Hackman, Martin Sheen
Bob Markell on working with Dustin Hoffman and Cliff Robertson on Stage 67
Bob Markell on working with Cliff Robertson, Dina Merrill, Dustin Hoffman, Joan Darling and James Broderick on Stage 67

Billie Holiday

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Bob Markell on working with Billie Holiday on The Seven Lively Arts

John Houseman

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Bob Markell on working with John Houseman

Norman Jewison

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Bob Markell on directors' use of recorded tape
Bob Markell on working with Norman Jewison on The Big Party

James Earl Jones

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Bob Markell on working with Daniel Melnick, David Susskind, Jack Warden, Robert Hooks, Frank Converse, James Broderick, Al Pacino, James Earl Jones and Jane Alexander on N.Y.P.D.

David Karp

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Bob Markell on working with writers, George Bellack, David Karp, Robert Schlitt on N.Y.P.D.

Richard Kiley

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Bob Markell on working with Rob Ribman and Richard Kiley on Ceremony of Innocence for PBS
Bob Markell on working with John Forsythe, Richard Kiley and Lloyd Bridges on Murder Once Removed and This Tattered Web

Ernest Kinoy

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Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with Ernest Kinoy
Bob Markell on working with writers Reginald Rose, Alvin Barts, George Belack, Larry Cohen, David Rintel and Ernest Kinoy on The Defenders

Jack Klugman

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Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with Jack Klugman
Bob Markell on working with Jack Klugman

Buzz Kulik

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Bob Markell on directors' use of recorded tape

Sam Leve

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Bob Markell on working with Sam Leve making a model railroad train

Sidney Lumet

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Bob Markell on working with Sidney Lumet on the show Danger
Bob Markell on working with producer Charles Russell and director Sidney Lumet
Bob Markell on working with Sidney Lumet, Charles Russell on You Are There
Bob Markell on working with Sidney Lumet on You Are There
Bob Markell on working with Sidney Lumet
Bob Markell on working with Sidney Lumet on The Seven Lively Arts
Bob Markell on working with Sidney Lumet on the movie Twelve Angry Men

Arnold Manoff

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Bob Markell on how the Blacklist affected the writers, Walter Bernstein, Abe Polonsky and Arnold Manoff on You Are There
Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with Arnold Manoff

Martin Manulis

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Bob Markell on working with Martin Manulis

Alex March

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Bob Markell on working with directors, David Pressman and Alex March on N.Y.P.D.

E. G. Marshall

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Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with E.G. Marshall
Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with E.G. Marshall

Mary Martin

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Bob Markell on working with Mary Martin on Together with Music

Steve McQueen

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Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with Steve McQueen

Daniel Melnick

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Bob Markell on working with Daniel Melnick, David Susskind, Jack Warden, Robert Hooks, Frank Converse, James Broderick, Al Pacino, James Earl Jones and Jane Alexander on N.Y.P.D.

Dina Merrill

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Bob Markell on working with Cliff Robertson and Dina Merrill on Stage 67
Bob Markell on working with Cliff Robertson, Dina Merrill, Dustin Hoffman, Joan Darling and James Broderick on Stage 67

Worthington Miner

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Bob Markell on working with Worthington Miner

Zero Mostel

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Bob Markell on working with Zero Mostel at summer stock

Tony Mottola

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Bob Markell on working with Tony Mottola on the show Danger

Robert Mulligan

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Bob Markell on working with Robert Mulligan on The Defenders
Bob Markell on working with Robert Mulligan
Bob Markell on working on Tomorrow with William Shatner and Robert Mulligan

Conrad Nagel

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Bob Markell on working with Conrad Nagel on Stage 67

Ralph Nelson

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Bob Markell on working with Ralph Nelson

Paul Nickell

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Bob Markell on working on Studio One summer shows "Stage Door" and "Broadway" with Frank Schafner, Paul Nickell

Leslie Nielsen

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Bob Markell on working with Leslie Nielsen

Al Pacino

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Bob Markell on working with Daniel Melnick, David Susskind, Jack Warden, Robert Hooks, Frank Converse, James Broderick, Al Pacino, James Earl Jones and Jane Alexander on N.Y.P.D.

Arthur Penn

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Bob Markell on working with Arthur Penn
Bob Markell on working with Arthur Penn

Abraham Polonsky

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Bob Markell on how the Blacklist affected the writers, Walter Bernstein, Abe Polonsky and Arnold Manoff on You Are There

Ted Post

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Bob Markell on working with Sidney Lumet, Ted Post and other directors on Danger
Bob Markell on working with Bing Crosby, Doug Kramer, Ted Post, Blythe Danner and Frank Converse on the TV movie, Doctor Cook's Garden

David Pressman

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Bob Markell on working with directors, David Pressman and Alex March on N.Y.P.D.

John Randolph

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Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with John Randolph

Ronald Reagan

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Bob Markell on working with Tennessee Williams, Leonard Bernstein, Ronald Regan, Kukla, Fran and Ollie and others on The Bicentennial Minutes

Robert Redford

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Bob Markell on working with Robert Redford on "The Iceman Cometh" for The Play of the Week

Robert Reed

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Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with Robert Reed
Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with Robert Reed

Burt Reynolds

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Bob Markell on working with Burt Reynolds, Gene Hackman, Sam Wanamaker, Hubbell Robinson and Veronica Valante on the pilot for The Hawk

Martin Ritt

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Bob Markell on working with Martin Ritt
Bob Markell on working with Martin Ritt
Bob Markell on how the Blacklist affected Martin Ritt and Yul Brynner

Jason Robards, Jr.

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Bob Markell on working with Jason Robards on "The Iceman Cometh" for The Play of the Week

Cliff Robertson

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Bob Markell on working with Cliff Robertson and Dina Merrill on Stage 67
Bob Markell on working with Dustin Hoffman and Cliff Robertson on Stage 67
Bob Markell on working with Cliff Robertson, Dina Merrill, Dustin Hoffman, Joan Darling and James Broderick on Stage 67

Hubbell Robinson

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Bob Markell on the creators of You Are There, Hubbell Robinson and Goodman Ace
Bob Markell on working with Hubbell Robinson on Stage 67
Bob Markell on working with Burt Reynolds, Gene Hackman, Sam Wanamaker, Hubbell Robinson and Veronica Valante on the pilot for The Hawk
Bob Markell on working with Hubbell Robinson

Reginald Rose

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Bob Markell on working with Reginald Rose on The Defenders
Bob Markell on working with Reginald Rose on The Defenders
Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with Reginald Rose
Bob Markell on working with writers Reginald Rose, Alvin Barts, George Belack, Larry Cohen, David Rintel and Ernest Kinoy on The Defenders

Stuart Rosenberg

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Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with directors Frank Schaffner, Paul Bogart, Stu Rosenberg, Sidney Pollack

Franklin J. Schaffner

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Bob Markell on working on Studio One summer shows "Stage Door" and "Broadway" with Frank Schafner, Paul Nickell
Bob Markell on working with Franklin Schaffner on Studio One
Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with directors Frank Schaffner, Paul Bogart, Stu Rosenberg, Sidney Pollack
Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with directors Frank Schaffner, Paul Bogart, Stu Rosenberg, Sidney Pollack

Robert Schlitt

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Bob Markell on working with writers, George Bellack, David Karp, Robert Schlitt on N.Y.P.D.

William Self

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Bob Markell on working with William Self

Rod Serling

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Bob Markell on Rod Serling writing an episode of Studio One about Hollywood

William Shatner

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Bob Markell on working with William Shatner on The Defenders
Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with William Shatner and Robert Bellamy
Bob Markell on working on Tomorrow with William Shatner and Robert Mulligan
Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with William Shatner
Bob Markell on working with William Shatner, George Bellack and Ossie Davis on The Tenth Level

David Shaw

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Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with David Shaw

Sidney Sheldon

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Bob Markell on working with Sidney Sheldon and Tom Berringer on the miniseries If Tomorrow Comes

Fred Silverman

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Bob Markell on working with Fred Silverman at CBS
Bob Markell on working with Fred Silverman

Lionel Stander

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Bob Markell on working with Lionel Stander during a summer stock theater performance

Rod Steiger

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Bob Markell on B-roll footage of production photos of the show You Are There with Rod Steiger

Robert Stevens

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Bob Markell on working on Suspense with Bob Stevens
Bob Markell on working with Robert Stevens

David Susskind

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Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with David Susskind
Bob Markell on working with Daniel Melnick, David Susskind, Jack Warden, Robert Hooks, Frank Converse, James Broderick, Al Pacino, James Earl Jones and Jane Alexander on N.Y.P.D.
Bob Markell on working with David Susskind

Robert Trout

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Bob Markell on working with Walter Cronkite, Mike Wallace, Robert Trout and Charles Collingwood on You Are There

Jon Voight

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Bob Markell on working on The Defenders with Dustin Hoffman, Jon Voight, Robert Duvall, Gene Hackman, Martin Sheen

Mike Wallace

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Bob Markell on working with Walter Cronkite, Mike Wallace, Robert Trout and Charles Collingwood on You Are There

Eli Wallach

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Bob Markell on working with Eli Wallach and Annie Jackson on Twenty Shades of Pink

Jack Warden

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Bob Markell on working with Daniel Melnick, David Susskind, Jack Warden, Robert Hooks, Frank Converse, James Broderick, Al Pacino, James Earl Jones and Jane Alexander on N.Y.P.D.

Tennessee Williams

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Bob Markell on working with Tennessee Williams, Leonard Bernstein, Ronald Regan, Kukla, Fran and Ollie and others on The Bicentennial Minutes

Ethel Winant

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Bob Markell on working with Ethel Winant

Robert D. Wood

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Bob Markell on working with Robert D. Wood

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