In his two-and-a-half hour Archive interview, Ted Rich (1929-2018) talks about his early years as an apprentice editor with Hal Roach and at MGM. He describes about working at Desilu Studios (with Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz) as Head Film Librarian, Supervising Film Editor and eventually, as Assistant Editorial Supervisor. He recounts, in depth, his work as an editor on shows such as The Bill Dana Show, My Favorite Martian, Wild, Wild West, and various commercials. Rich recalls his progress to his thorough work at the MTM Studios on such shows as Hill Street Blues, Newhart, St. Elsewhere, WKRP in Cincinnati, and Remington Steele. He concludes by outlining his position of Vice President of Post Production at Lorimar, then later, Warner Bros. Television. Kate Amend conducted the interview in a joint venture with American Cinema Editors (ACE), on July 17, 2001 in Universal City, CA.