Fred Coe


The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation Presents

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Walter Bernstein

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Walter Bernstein on working with Fred Coe; on Coe's not hiring him during the Blacklist
01:04

Paul Bogart

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Paul Bogart on working with Fred Coe on a remake of Spellbound; on Coe as a producer
03:07

Allan Burns

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Allan Burns on being a page on Fred Coe's Playwrights '56
01:02

Bob Costello

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Bob Costello on working as a property manager on Mr. Peepers
13:25
Bob Costello on working in production on Mr. Peepers
29:28
Bob Costello on producing The Adams Chronicles
10:14

Michael Dann

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Michael Dann on Fred Coe's eye for quality programming
00:36
Michael Dann on working with Fred Coe on Philco Goodyear Television Playhouse and thoughts on the pioneers of anthology drama - Tony Miner and Martin Manulis
03:14
Michael Dann on Fred Coe
00:54

Dominick Dunne

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Dominick Dunne on working with Fred Coe
01:49

Norman Felton

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Director Norman Felton on Fred Coe's response to the "Kitty Foyle" episode of Robert Montgomery Presents  
02:01

Horton Foote

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Horton Foote on director Vincent J. Donehue and producer Fred Coe and The Gabby Hayes Show
04:34
Writer Horton Foote on writing "The Trip to Bountiful" starring Lillian Gish for Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse and producer Fred Coe
07:29
Horton Foote on his play "The Midnight Caller," and on being protected by Fred Coe
02:38
Horton Foote on his relationships with various writers including Rod Serling, on Fred Coe's relationship with writers, and on his agent
04:06
Horton Foote on continuing to work on Philco-Goodyear Playhouse and on the waning of his relationship with producer Fred Coe
05:37

John Frankenheimer

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John Frankenheimer on visiting the set of The Dennis Day Show
00:08
John Frankenheimer on Martin Manulis leaving and Fred Coe joining Playhouse 90
01:18
John Frankenheimer on the "The Days of Wine and Roses" episode of Playhouse 90
05:50
John Frankenheimer on producers Martin Manulis and Fred Coe
01:41
John Frankenheimer on Playhouse 90's "The Old Man" and "For Whom the Bell Tolls"
08:50
John Frankenheimer on directing Playhouse 90's final episode "Journey to the Day"
03:01

Lee Grant

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Lee Grant on working with Fred Coe on various series like Playwrights '56 and The Defenders
03:35

Everett Greenbaum

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Everett Greenbaum on Fred Coe writing for Mr. Peepers
01:44

Kim Hunter

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Kim Hunter on working with Fred Coe and John Frankenheimer 
02:14

William Klages

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William Klages on working with Fred Coe on Playwrights '56
04:00

Jack Klugman

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Jack Klugman on producer Fred Coe
02:10

Angela Lansbury

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Angela Lansbury on television producer Fred Coe
01:50

Jack Lemmon

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Jack Lemmon on Fred Coe
00:57

Delbert Mann

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Delbert Mann on learning directing techniques from Fred Coe
03:44
Delbert Mann on Fred Coe helping to set up a directing job for him
00:58
Delbert Mann on Fred Coe recommending him for a job at NBC
03:02
Delbert Mann on his first NBC directing job, on Theater of the Mind
01:38
Delbert Mann on Fred Coe bringing him on as an alternating and then full-time director on Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse
03:26
Delbert Mann on sponsor and network involvement on Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse; on Fred Coe talking to the network and sponsors
02:34
Delbert Mann on Fred Coe as a boss
07:24
Delbert Mann on Fred Coe's stamp as producer on his shows
00:49
Delbert Mann on weekly preparations for Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse
03:39
Delbert Mann on a typical production week on Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse, contd.
02:32
Delbert Mann on Paddy Chayefsky's inspiration for writing "Marty" and how the production was cast
03:37
Delbert Mann on JP Miller's "Yellow Jack" on Producers' Showcase
02:01
Delbert Mann on Judy Holliday being blacklisted, then approved for Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse
02:05
Delbert Mann on the Blacklist and the end of Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse
02:48
Delbert Mann on Fred Coe becoming one of the producers to replace Martin Manulis on Playhouse 90
02:26
Delbert Mann on differences between directing for live television and for film - TV as mainly a producer's medium and film as a director's medium
03:22
Delbert Mann on Grace Kelly coming to Nashville when Fred Coe died and saving a valuable kinescope
01:50
Delbert Mann on a picture of Fred Coe, Mann, and Sumner Locke Elliot
00:47

Martin Manulis

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Martin Manulis on working with Fred Coe
01:57

E. G. Marshall

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G.E. Marshall on Fred Coe, Worthington Minor, Sidney Lumet, John Frankenheimer and Arthur Penn
01:35

JP Miller

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JP Miller on writing for live television on Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse; working with producer Fred Coe
16:32
JP Miller on working as a writer in live television with Fred Coe, Paddy Chayefsky, and Horton Foote
26:59

Priscilla Morgan

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Priscilla Morgan on negotiating deals for William Morris and dealing with Fred Coe
05:27
Priscilla Morgan on starting her own talent agency
04:58

Tad Mosel

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Tad Mosel on writing "The Haven" for Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse  produced by Fred Coe and on Coe's contribution to television 
05:24
Tad Mosel on his first meeting with Fred Coe and on his fondness for Coe
05:32
Tad Mosel on the differences between producers Martin Manulis and Fred Coe
01:34

E. Roger Muir

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E. Roger Muir on Fred Coe and Bob Stanton
01:03

Agnes Nixon

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Agnes Nixon on working with Fred Coe
01:32

Arthur Penn

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Arthur Penn on the writing process on Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse and Fred Coe's involvement on the show
04:02
Arthur Penn on the Kennedy-Nixon Debates. When asked by a Kennedy friend his advice on shooting the televised debate, he and Fred Coe made the suggestion "close-ups"
06:00
Arthur Penn on meeting Fred Coe during World War II
04:36
Arthur Penn on Fred Coe's approach to producing, and on Coe's strengths and weaknesses
03:54
Arthur Penn on his various projects with Fred Coe, and on getting involved in directing feature films
03:59
Arthur Penn on the legacies of Fred Coe and Martin Manulis
02:02
On various people with whom he worked in his career: Fred Coe
03:17

Don Pike

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Don Pike on working on Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse with Delbert Mann and Fred Coe 
05:54

Tony Randall

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Tony Randall on being cast on Mr. Peepers and working with Fred Coe and Wally Cox
06:59

John Rich

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John Rich on working with producer/director Fred Coe on The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse
01:06

Ralph Senensky

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Ralph Senensky on Playhouse 90 producer Fred Coe
02:59

David Shaw

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David Shaw on working for producer Fred Coe and with writer Paddy Chayefsky on Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse
06:05
David Shaw on Fred Coe
01:29

James Sheldon

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James Sheldon on directing a teleplay for Philco-Goodyear Playhouse:"A Softness in the Wind," produced by Fred Coe, and the challenges of being a director in the early years of television
05:20
James Sheldon on being hired to direct the pilot of Mister Peepers  by producer Fred Coe
02:36

Garry Simpson

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Garry Simpson on Fred Coe
00:53

Dick Smith

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Dick Smith on his "lab" in Fred Coe's desk
01:06
Dick Smith on working with Fred Coe
01:48
Dick Smith on working with Fred Coe
02:00
Dick Smith on making wire masks for a production directed by Fred Coe
05:06

Maxine Stuart

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Maxine Stuart on working with Fred Coe
01:03

Ellen M. Violett

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Ellen M. Violett on working with producer Fred Coe
02:00

Ethel Winant

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Ethel Winant on Fred Coe and John Frankenheimer
01:32

Bud Yorkin

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Bud Yorkin on working with Fred Coe
04:43
Bud Yorkin on working with Fred Coe
01:47

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