Dann Cahn

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In his nearly five-and-a-half-hour Archive interview, Dann Cahn (1923-2012) talks about growing up in 1920's and '30's Hollywood and explains how he got his start in the entertainment industry as an assistant editor on several motion pictures. His first jobs for the small screen came in 1949, on the critically acclaimed programs Your Show Time and Lucky Strike Showtime. Mr. Cahn discusses working at Desilu on I Love Lucy, Our Miss Brooks, The Untouchables, and The Loretta Young Show  and shares his thoughts on Desilu's famed Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz and Jess Oppenheimer. Cahn also describes editing several other hit television shows including The Beverly Hillbillies, Police Woman, and Remington Steele. He recounts working at Glenn Larson Productions as head of Post Production, and speaks to the importance of one particularly prolific producer who he believes was the ideal collaborator in the editing room. Michael Rosen conducted the interview on August 18, 1999 in Cahn's home in Brentwood, CA.

"There's something about handling the film that was part of it - part of the system. But it's gone, and it won't come back. The feel, the smell of the film. The solitude. It was a fabulous way to edit. I loved it."

People Talking About ...
Highlights
Editor Dann Cahn on editing the famous candy factory episode of I Love Lucy entitled "Job Switching"
On editing comedy
On the importance of imagination in editing
On the kinescope pilot of I Love Lucy - to prove that Lucy and Desi would work as the stars of the show, and to snag a sponsor
On watching the first aired episode of I Love Lucy -- with out of sync sound
Full Interview

Chapter 1

On his childhood and early influences - his uncle Edward Cahn and father, Philip Cahn, both editors at Universal
On how he got into the film business (as a child actor in B-movies); on his high school years
On wanting to get out of acting and into behind the scenes studio work
On how the depression affected his family and what Hollywood was like in the 1930s

Chapter 2

On the 1938 L.A. flood; on the origins of Universal Studios and the first sound movies
On the depression and 1930's Hollywood; on Anti-Semitism at the time 
On his experiences as a young kid on the Universal lot and watching his dad edit film; on burning nitrate film for silver
On legendary sound man, Jack Foley - the man responsible for early background sound effects

Chapter 3

On sound man Jack Foley; on Cahn's path out of the Universal mail room and into the editing room
On film editing - serving as an apprentice and then assistant editor and working on the feature film Pittsburgh
On enlisting in the airforce for World War II and meeting Marlene Dietrich
On working for Paramount after the war; on his first chance editing for television on Lucky Strike Showtime

Chapter 4

On editing Your Show time (misquoted as Lucky Strike Showtime) - filmed television; on early commercials
On his first memories of and the rise of television; on working on Your Show Time (misquoted as Lucky Strike Showtime)
On his father's thoughts of his work in television; on being on a television set (Your Show Time)
On the path to his job on I Love Lucy by way of Republic Films

Chapter 5

On his film editing mentors
On his experience editing I Love Lucy
On the concept of I Love Lucy and show rehearsals; on the new technology developed for the show
On the filming of the first episode of I Love Lucy

Chapter 6

On the first completed (4th aired) episode of I Love Lucy; on editing
On watching the first aired episode of I Love Lucy -- with out of sync sound
On initial reviews and reception of I Love Lucy; on expanding the post-production crew

Chapter 7

On expanding the post-production team on I Love Lucy; on the Blacklist
On coordinating Lucille Ball's C-section with the birth of Little Ricky on I Love Lucy
On the I Love Lucy writers and the episodes where the cast drives across country to Hollywood
On editing and the production schedule at I Love Lucy and the growth of Desilu productions

Chapter 8

On working with directors
On editing I Love Lucy
On working on The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour

Chapter 9

On The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour and The Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse
On leaving Desilu and working on M Squad, Shotgun Slade, Coronado 9, The Beverly Hillbillies and The Guns of Will Sonnett

Chapter 10

On working on Aaron Spelling's The Most Deadly Game and on several Desi Arnaz productions including Land's End and The Mothers-In-Law
On working on the productions Branded, Hondo, Police Woman, The Man From Atlantis, Temperatures Rising, Remington Steele, and the TV Movies Bud and Lou and Tough Enough

Chapter 11

On the TV movie The Man Upstairs
On his current project on the history of Desilu
On advice to young editors; on thoughts about current editing technology
On his proudest achievements, frustrations
On people he's worked with and his family
Shows

Barney Miller

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Dann Cahn on forming Charlie Chaplin, Jr. productions for a script written by Danny Arnold of That Girl and Barney Miller fame

Beverly Hillbillies, The

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing The Beverly Hillbillies

Branded

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing the Western Branded

Bud and Lou

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing the TV movie Bud and Lou

Coronado 9

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Editor Dann Cahn on directing Coronado 9

DEA

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing the pilot of DEA and being nominated for an Emmy and winning the American Cinema Editors Eddie Award

Danny Thomas Show, The aka Make Room for Daddy

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Film editor Dann Cahn on editing The Danny Thomas Show

Ed Sullivan Show, The aka Toast of the Town

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Dann Cahn on doing a movie with Ed Sullivan

Fireside Theatre

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Dann Cahn on filmed versus live television

Guns of Will Sonnett, The

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Editor Dann Cahn on working for Aaron Spelling in The Guns of Will Sonnett

Hondo

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing the series Hondo and subsequently several Movies of the Week

I Love Lucy

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Dann Cahn on his path to getting a job on I Love Lucy by way of Republic Films
Film editor Dann Cahn on the beginnings of I Love Lucy
Film editor Dann Cahn on the production aspects of the first episodes of I Love Lucy
Film editor Dann Cahn on editing I Love Lucy
Editor Dann Cahn on leaving I Love Lucy after Jess Oppenheimer left
Editor Dann Cahn on editing the famous candy factory episode of I Love Lucy entitled "Job Switching"
Editor Dann Cahn on editing the famous Vitameatavegamin episode of I Love Lucy entitled "Lucy Does a TV Commercial"

I Love Lucy: "Job Switching"

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing the famous candy factory episode of I Love Lucy entitled "Job Switching"

I Love Lucy: "Lucy Does a TV Commercial"

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing the famous Vitameatavegamin episode of I Love Lucy entitled "Lucy Does a TV Commercial"

I Love Lucy: "Lucy Thinks Ricky is Trying to Murder Her"

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Film editor Dann Cahn on the production aspects of the first episodes of I Love Lucy

Jimmy Durante Show, The

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing The Jimmy Durante Show

Land's End

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Editor Dann Cahn on reuniting with Desi Arnaz for Land's End

Loretta Young Show, The

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Film editor Dann Cahn on editing Letters to Loretta

Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour, The

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Editor Dann Cahn on the one hour Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour
Editor Dann Cahn on shooting The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour
Editor Dann Cahn on not cutting The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour  down and consulting with CBS executives to take time from The U.S. Steel Hour

M Squad

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Editor Dann Cahn on directing M Squad

Man From Atlantis

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Editor Dann Cahn on working on Man from Atlantis

Man Upstairs, The

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing the TV movie The Man Upstairs starring Katharine Hepburn and Ryan O'Neal

Most Deadly Game, The

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Editor Dann Cahn on working on Aaron Spelling's The Most Deadly Game

Mothers-In-Law, The

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Editor Dann Cahn on The Mothers-In-Law

Our Miss Brooks

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Film editor Dann Cahn on Desilu's commitment to Our Miss Brooks
Film editor Dann Cahn on editing Desilu's Our Miss Brooks

Police Woman

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing Police Woman

Remington Steele

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing the pilot for Remington Steele

Shotgun Slade

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Editor Dann Cahn on directing Shotgun Slade

Temperatures Rising

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Editor Dann Cahn on working on Temperatures Rising with Bill Asher

That Girl

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Dann Cahn on forming Charlie Chaplin, Jr. productions for a script written by Danny Arnold of That Girl and Barney Miller fame

Tough Enough

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing the TV movie Tough Enough starring Dennis Quaid

United States Steel Hour, The

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Editor Dann Cahn on not cutting The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour down and consulting with CBS executives to take time from The U.S. Steel Hour

Untouchables, The

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Editor Dann Cahn on The Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse episode of The Untouchables becoming its own series

Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse

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Editor Dann Cahn on The Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse

Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse: "The Untouchables"

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Editor Dann Cahn on The Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse episode of The Untouchables becoming its own series

Your Show Time

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Dann Cahn on editing the show Lucky Strike Showtime for Dumont
Dann Cahn on editing Lucky Strike Showtime (actually Your Show Time)
Dann Cahn on, "The Necklace," the Emmy Award winning episode of Your Show Time (misquoted as part of Lucky Strike Showtime)
Dann Cahn on, "The Necklace," the Emmy Award winning episode of Your Show Time (misquoted as part of Lucky Strike Showtime)
Dann Cahn on, "The Real Thing" episode of Your Show Time (misquoted as part of Lucky Strike Showtime)
Dann Cahn on, "The Invisible Wound" episode of Your Show Time (misquoted as part of Lucky Strike Showtime) - the first show he edited
Dann Cahn on the sets of Your Show Time (misquoted as part of Lucky Strike Showtime

Your Show Time: "The Invisible Wound"

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Dann Cahn on, "The Invisible Wound" episode of Your Show Time (misquoted as part of Lucky Strike Showtime) - the first show he edited

Your Show Time: "The Necklace"

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Dann Cahn on, "The Necklace," the Emmy Award winning episode of Your Show Time (misquoted as part of Lucky Strike Showtime)
Dann Cahn on "The Necklace," the Emmy Award winning episode of Your Show Time (misquoted as part of Lucky Strike Showtime)

Your Show Time: "The Real Thing"

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Dann Cahn on, "The Real Thing" episode of Your Show Time (misquoted as part of Lucky Strike Showtime)
Topics

Emmy Awards

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Dann Cahn on Lucky Strike Showtime winning one of the first Emmy awards
Dann Cahn on, "The Necklace," the Emmy Award winning episode of Your Show Time (misquoted as part of Lucky Strike Showtime)
Editor Dann Cahn on editing the pilot of DEA and being nominated for an Emmy and winning the American Cinema Editors Eddie Award

Hollywood Blacklist

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Film editor Dann Cahn on the Blacklist era and Lucille Ball facing accusations of being a communist

Industry Crossroads

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Film editor Dann Cahn on the Blacklist era and Lucille Ball facing accusations of being a communist

Pop Culture

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Dann Cahn on the construction of the Hollywoodland sign down the street from where he was born

Technological Innovation

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Dann Cahn on film editing in the 1930s and burning nitrate film for silver
Film editor Dann Cahn on the new technology developed for I Love Lucy
Film editor Dann Cahn on the new technology developed for I Love Lucy
Film editor Dann Cahn on the new technology (multiple moviola) developed for editing I Love Lucy
Film editor Dann Cahn on going from optical to magnetic soundtracks and using the "monster" moviola
Film editor Dann Cahn on the first process shot for television -- and his first time directing
Editor Dann Cahn on his preference for the moviola over flatbed editing system
Editor Dann Cahn on nonlinear editing and computer editing and how they compare to older methods of editing

Television Industry

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Film editor Dann Cahn on the Blacklist era and Lucille Ball facing accusations of being a communist

We Laughed

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing the famous candy factory episode of I Love Lucy entitled "Job Switching"
Editor Dann Cahn on editing the famous Vitameatavegamin episode of I Love Lucy entitled "Lucy Does a TV Commercial"
Professions

Directors

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Dann Cahn on wanting to direct television and observing directors

Editor

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Dann Cahn on film editing in the 1930s and burning nitrate film for silver
Dann Cahn on editing Macbeth for Republic Films
Film editor Dann Cahn on the beginnings of I Love Lucy
Film editor Dann Cahn on editing I Love Lucy
Film editor Dann Cahn on the role of the supervising editor
Editor Dann Cahn on editing I Love Lucy

Sound Editor

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Dann Cahn on sound man Jack Foley and early sound for film - the creation of the Foley stage
Dann Cahn on sound editing
Dann Cahn on moviolas

Sound Professionals

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Dann Cahn on legendary sound man, Jack Foley - the man responsible for early background sound effects
Genres

Comedy Series

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Film editor Dann Cahn on the beginnings of I Love Lucy
Film editor Dann Cahn on the production aspects of the first episodes of I Love Lucy
Film editor Dann Cahn on editing I Love Lucy
On editing I Love Lucy
People

Harry Ackerman

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Editor Dann Cahn on not cutting The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour down and consulting with CBS executives

George Amy

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Film editor Dann Cahn on mentors Louis Lindsay and George Amy

Desi Arnaz

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Film editor Dann Cahn on the beginnings of I Love Lucy
Film editor Dann Cahn on network resistance to hiring Desi Arnaz for I Love Lucy
Film editor Dann Cahn on Desi Arnaz's involvement after Jess Oppenheimer's departure from I Love Lucy
Film editor Dann Cahn on Desi Arnaz's thoughts on the post-production crew of I Love Lucy
Film editor Dann Cahn on why Marc Daniels left I Love Lucy after the first year
Film editor Dann Cahn on befriending Desi Arnaz
Editor Dann Cahn on Desi Arnaz giving him greater management responsibilities on I Love Lucy
Editor Dann Cahn on Desi Arnaz
Editor Dann Cahn on Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball
Editor Dann Cahn on Desi Arnaz
Editor Dann Cahn on reuniting with Desi Arnaz
Editor Dann Cahn on Desi Arnaz

Danny Arnold

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Dann Cahn on forming Charlie Chaplin, Jr. productions for a script written by Danny Arnold of That Girl and Barney Miller fame

William Asher

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Film editor Dann Cahn on editor William Asher asking him to join I Love Lucy
Film editor Dann Cahn on Desilu's commitment to Our Miss Brooks and bringing in William Asher as an I Love Lucy director
Editor Dann Cahn on William Asher
Editor Dann Cahn on friend and director William Asher

Lucille Ball

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Film editor Dann Cahn on the beginnings of I Love Lucy
Film editor Dann Cahn on editing I Love Lucy and screening it with Al Simon, Jess Oppenheimer and Lucille Ball
Film editor Dann Cahn on the Blacklist era and Lucille Ball facing accusations of being a communist
Editor Dann Cahn on cutting to maximize Lucille Ball's talent
Editor Dann Cahn on Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball
Editor Dann Cahn on trying to edit Lucille Ball's comedy
Editor Dann Cahn on Lucille Ball and on Desi Arnaz's funeral

Bob Banner

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing the TV movie Bud and Lou, with Bob Banner as executive producer

Milton Berle

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Dann Cahn on his early impressions of television and Milton Berle

Pierce Brosnan

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing the pilot for Remington Steele, starring Pierce Brosnan and Stephanie Zimbalist

Robert Butler

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing the pilot for Remington Steele, directed by Bob Butler

Bob Carroll, Jr.

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Film editor Dann Cahn on I Love Lucy writers Bob Carroll, Jr. and Madelyn Pugh Davis
Film editor Dann Cahn on I Love Lucy writers Bob Carroll, Jr. and Madelyn Pugh Davis

Carol Channing

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Editor Dann Cahn on working on a Carol Channing film

Fred de Cordova

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Editor Dann Cahn on Fred De Cordova

Richard Crenna

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Editor Dann Cahn on Richard Crenna

Marc Daniels

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Film editor Dann Cahn on director Marc Daniels of  I Love Lucy
Film editor Dann Cahn on editing I Love Lucy with director Marc Daniels
Film editor Dann Cahn on anxiety suffered by I Love Lucy director Marc Daniels 
Film editor Dann Cahn on editing I Love Lucy and purchasing the "monster" moviola
Film editor Dann Cahn on why Marc Daniels left I Love Lucy after the first year

Madelyn Pugh Davis

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Film editor Dann Cahn on I Love Lucy writers Bob Carroll, Jr. and Madelyn Pugh Davis
Film editor Dann Cahn on I Love Lucy writers Bob Carroll, Jr. and Madelyn Pugh Davis

Marlene Dietrich

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Dann Cahn on meeting Marlene Dietrich

Deanna Durbin

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Dann Cahn on actress Deanna Durbin "saving" Universal Studios in the 1930s

Jack Foley

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Dann Cahn on legendary sound man, Jack Foley - the man responsible for early background sound effects
Dann Cahn on sound man Jack Foley and the Foley stage

George Fox

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Film editor Dann Cahn on the new technology created by film operations manager George Fox  for shooting I Love Lucy
Film editor Dann Cahn on editing I Love Lucy and purchasing the "monster" moviola

William Frawley

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Film editor Dann Cahn on I Love Lucy's "Fred Mertz" William Frawley

Karl Freund

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Film editor Dann Cahn on I Love Lucy camera man Karl Freund

Eva Gabor

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Dann Cahn on Eva Gabor's role on "The Necklace," the Emmy Award winning episode of Your Show Time (misquoted as part of Lucky Strike Showtime)

David Gerber

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Editor Dann Cahn on getting him onto Police Woman

Michael Gleason

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing the pilot for Remington Steele, produced by Michael Gleason

Bert Granet

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Editor Dann Cahn on Bert Granet producing The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour

Claudio Guzman

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Editor Dann Cahn on The Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse

Paul Henning

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Editor Dann Cahn on Paul Henning of The Beverly Hillbillies

Katharine Hepburn

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing the TV movie The Man Upstairs starring Katharine Hepburn and Ryan O'Neal

Bob Hope

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Editor Dann Cahn on reuniting with Jess Oppenheimer 

John Huston

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Dann Cahn on John Huston

DeForest Kelley

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Editor Dann Cahn on working with actor DeForest Kelley

Gene Kelly

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Editor Dann Cahn on working on a Gene Kelly project Going My Way

Carl Laemmle

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Dann Cahn on the origins of Universal Studios and founder Carl Laemmle

Louis Lantz

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Dann Cahn on Your Show Time (misquoted as Lucky Strike Showtime) producers Louis Lantz and Stanley Rubin

Sheldon Leonard

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Film editor Dann Cahn on Sheldon Leonard on The Danny Thomas Show

Louis Lindsay

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Film editor Dann Cahn on mentors Louis Lindsay and George Amy

Sobey Martin

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Dann Cahn on Your Show Time director Sobey Martin

Quinn Martin

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Film editor Dann Cahn on sound effects editor/producer Quinn Martin
Film editor Dann Cahn on bringing sound editor Quinn Martin onto I Love Lucy
Editor Dann Cahn on Quinn Martin and The Untouchables episode of The Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse

Lee Marvin

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Editor Dann Cahn on The Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse
Editor Dann Cahn on Lee Marvin giving him his next job

Roddy McDowall

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Dann Cahn on working with Roddy McDowall in MacBeth for Republic Films

Bud Molin

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Film editor Dann Cahn on Bud Molin, his assistant, taking over editing I Love Lucy

Marilyn Monroe

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Dann Cahn on Marilyn Monroe's almost role on "The Necklace," the Emmy Award winning episode of Your Show Time (misquoted as part of Lucky Strike Showtime)

Argyle Nelson

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Film editor Dann Cahn on Argyle Nelson replacing Al Simon on I Love Lucy

Ryan O'Neal

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing the TV movie The Man Upstairs starring Katharine Hepburn and Ryan O'Neal

Jess Oppenheimer

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Film editor Dann Cahn on the beginnings of I Love Lucy
Film editor Dann Cahn on meeting Jess Oppenheimer
Film editor Dann Cahn on Jess Oppenheimer
Film editor Dann Cahn on editing I Love Lucy and screening it with Al Simon, Jess Oppenheimer and others 
Film editor Dann Cahn on Jess Oppenheimer's departure from I Love Lucy
Film editor Dann Cahn on why Marc Daniels left I Love Lucy after the first year
Editor Dann Cahn on editing I Love Lucy with Jess Oppenheimer
Editor Dann Cahn on reuniting with Jess Oppenheimer 
Editor Dann Cahn on Jess Oppenheimer

William S. Paley

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Editor Dann Cahn on not cutting The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour down and consulting with CBS executives

Sydney Pollack

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Editor Dann Cahn on Sydney Pollack as alternating director on Shotgun Slade

Dennis Quaid

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing the TV movie Tough Enough starring Dennis Quaid

Rick Rosner

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Editor Dann Cahn on Rick Rosner

Stanley Rubin

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Dann Cahn on friend Stanley Rubin getting him a job editing the show Lucky Strike Showtime for Dumont
Dann Cahn on Your Show Time (misquoted as Lucky Strike Showtime) producers Louis Lantz and Stanley Rubin
Dann Cahn on Eva Gabor's role on "The Necklace," the Emmy Award winning episode of Your Show Time (misquoted as part of Lucky Strike Showtime)

Bob Schiller

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Film editor Dann Cahn on I Love Lucy writers Bob Carroll, Jr. and Madelyn Pugh Davis and getting help from Bob Schiller and Bob Weiskopf

Al Simon

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Film editor Dann Cahn on I Love Luc y Associate Producer Al Simon
Film editor Dann Cahn on screening I Love Lucy with Al Simon, Jess Oppenheimer and others 

Herbert F. Solow

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Editor Dann Cahn on returning to Desilu to work for producer Herbert F. Solow after Desi Arnaz left

Aaron Spelling

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Film editor Dann Cahn on Aaron Spelling's bit part on I Love Lucy
Editor Dann Cahn on working for Aaron Spelling
Editor Dann Cahn on working on Aaron Spelling's The Most Deadly Game

Ed Sullivan

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Dann Cahn on doing a movie with Ed Sullivan

Elizabeth Taylor

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Dann Cahn on meeting Elizabeth Taylor

Jerry Thorpe

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Editor Dann Cahn on Jerry Thorpe directing The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour

Vivian Vance

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Film editor Dann Cahn on I Love Lucy's "Ethel Mertz" Vivian Vance

Bob Weiskopf

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Film editor Dann Cahn on I Love Lucy writers Bob Carroll, Jr. and Madelyn Pugh Davis and getting help from Bob Schiller and Bob Weiskopf

Orson Welles

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Dann Cahn on working with Orson Welles in MacBeth for Republic Films

Loretta Young

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Film editor Dann Cahn on his father's work with Loretta Young and Letters to Loretta

Stephanie Zimbalist

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Editor Dann Cahn on editing the pilot for Remington Steele, starring Pierce Brosnan and Stephanie Zimbalist

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