Lamont Johnson on the kinds of roles he got as an actor, and on working with producer Albert McCleery on NBC Matinee Theater
Lamont Johnson on the challenges of directing live broadcasts of NBC Matinee Theater, and on appearing in early televised Shakespeare adaptations
Lamont Johnson on directing John Carradine in the NBC Matinee Theater production of "Dracula"
Lamont Johnson on the quick costume changes and makeup needed for live productions of NBC Matinee Theater
Lamont Johnson on selecting material to adapt for NBC Matinee Theater, and on the music and casting of the show
Lamont Johnson on casting for NBC Matinee Theater, and on working with Zsa Zsa Gabor
Lamont Johnson on being on the Hollywood Blacklist, and on producer Albert McCleery disregarding it to hire him
Lamont Johnson on dealing with the Hollywood Blacklist in regards to NBC Matinee Theater
Lamont Johnson on NBC Matinee Theater host John Conte, and on the sponsors and intended audience of the show
Lamont Johnson on the curtain calls and end credits of NBC Matinee Theater, and on the show being in color
Lamont Johnson on working with actress Sarah Churchill on NBC Matinee Theater
Lamont Johnson on the producers and budget of NBC Matinee Theater
Lamont Johnson on leaving NBC Matinee Theater to work on the Berlin Festival, and on directing Thornton Wilder as the "Stage Manager" in a production of "Our Town"
Lamont Johnson on directing The Twilight Zone episode "Five Characters in Search of an Exit," and on directing an episode of Felicity in the style of that episode at the request of J.J. Abrams
Lamont Johnson on being brought in to direct The Twilight Zone, and on directing the episode "Kick the Can"
Lamont Johnson on working with Rod Serling on The Twilight Zone, and on his vision for the show
Lamont Johnson on working with producer Buck Houghton and cinematographer George T. Clemens on The Twilight Zone
Lamont Johnson on working with the makeup artists on The Twilight Zone, and the actors Andy Devine, Ed Wynn, and Boris Karloff
Lamont Johnson on directing various The Twilight Zone episodes, including "Nothing in the Dark" with Robert Redford
Lamont Johnson on directing various Twilight Zone episodes