In his three-hour interview, Kent McCray (1928-2018) talks about his early years, and his first job at NBC in Los Angeles as a stagehand. He recalls working with various NBC personalities of the day including Groucho Marx, Ed Sullivan, Ralph Edwards, and Red Skelton. He discusses his time with Bob Hope on various USO Tours, and working with Hope while traveling to South Korea and Okinawa. He recounts working as a production manager on Outlaws, The High Chaparral, and Bonanza, on which he first worked with Michael Landon. McCray fondly recalls his many years serving as producer and production manager on Little House on the Prairie, Father Murphy, and Highway to Heaven. He concludes by summing up his time in the business, and how he’d like to be remembered. Dean Butler conducted the interview on October 21, 2017 in Los Angeles, CA.