In his two-and-a-half-hour Archive interview, John Forsythe (1918-2010) talks about his early years, his time as a baseball announcer, and his studies at the Actors Studio in New York City. He discusses appearing in several live broadcasts in the 1950s, including Studio One, Suspense, and The U.S. Steel Hour. He details his relationship with Alfred Hitchcock, who directed him in Alfred Hitchcock Presents, as well as the feature "The Trouble with Harry." Forsythe recalls his role in several feature films, most notably "In Cold Blood," and speaks of his series role as "Bentley Gregg" on Bachelor Father. He chronicles his work on two other series, The John Forsythe Show and To Rome with Love, as well as numerous made-for-television movie roles. He discusses his voice-only role as "Charlie" on Charlie's Angels and his role as "Blake Carrington," the patriarch of the popular long-running series, Dynasty, opposite actresses Linda Evans and Joan Collins. Don Carleton conducted the interview on July 24, 2000 in Los Olivos, CA.