In his over three-hour Archive interview, Seaman Jacobs (1912-2008) talks about getting his start as a writer by writing copy for the Brazilian Pavilion at the 1939 World's Fair. He recalls how, after getting discharged from the Army, he wrote for radio personalities including Jack Paar, Bing Crosby, Ed Wynn and Henry Morgan. He talks about making his television writing debut in 1949 on the The Ed Wynn Show. Jacobs recounts writing for Earn Your Vacation, Bachelor Father, The Real McCoys, the pilots for The Addams Family, F-Troop, The Lucy Show, The Jeffersons, and numerous George Burns and Bob Hope specials. He concludes by discussing career highlights and regrets, and how he'd like to be remembered. Charles Davis conducted the interview on March 30, 1999 in Beverly Hills, CA.