Mel Shavelson on writing around NBC standards and practices for Bob Hope
Mel Shavelson on working with Milt Josefsberg, and on how he came to be a writer for Bob Hope
Mel Shavelson on writing for Bob Hope's radio show
Mel Shavelson on the format of Bob Hope's radio show, and on the process of getting the show on
Mel Shavelson on writing the various segments of Bob Hope's radio show, and on working with Judy Garland
Mel Shavelson on how Bob Hope tested his material for his radio show, and on Hope's comedic style
Mel Shavelson on Bob Hope acting in movies, and on doing his radio show for the soldiers during World War II
Mel Shavelson on Bob Hope's traveling around the world entertaining soldiers during World War II
Mel Shavelson on Bob Hope bringing his radio show to Vaudeville, and on Hope's celebrity
Mel Shavelson on how Bob Hope treated his writers, and on what he learned as a writer for Hope
Mel Shavelson on finding the topics for Bob Hope's jokes, and on Hope's "jokes vault"
Mel Shavelson on leaving Bob Hope's radio show
Mel Shavelson on the early development of television, and of color television, and on writing an early experimental broadcast with Bob Hope
Mel Shavelson on writing feature films for Bob Hope, and how he came to write for Danny Thomas
Mel Shavelson on directing the Bob Hope feature film "The Seven Little Foys"
Mel Shavelson on writing material for The Academy Awards telecasts hosted by Bob Hope