George Roy Hill


The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation Presents

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John Frankenheimer

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John Frankenheimer on fellow directors and renegotiating contracts

Jack Klugman

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Jack Klugman on working with George Roy Hill

Loring Mandel

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Loring Mandel on writing The Seven Lively Arts episode "The Blast in Centralia #5," directed by George Roy Hill

Abby Mann

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Abby Mann on Playhouse 90: "Judgement at Nuremberg" director George Roy Hill

Bob Markell

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Bob Markell on working with George Roy Hill

Carroll O'Connor

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Carroll O'Connor on George Roy Hill

Arthur Penn

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On various people with whom he worked in his career: George Roy Hill

Marian Rees

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Marian Rees on working on Lux Video Theatre in New York with Franklin Schaffner, George Roy Hill and Fielder Cook
Marian Rees on working with George Roy Hill and Buzz Kulik on Lux Video Theatre

Carl Reiner

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Performer/writer Carl Reiner on his role on Kraft Television Theater's "Forty Weeks of Uncle Tom," directed by George Roy Hill

Jan Scott

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Jan Scott on working with directors Fielder Cook, Franklin J. Schaffner, and George Roy Hill

Ralph Senensky

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Ralph Senensky on difficulties on a production of "Last Clear Chance" on Playhouse 90
Ralph Senensky on learning from Playhouse 90 director George Roy Hill

Ethel Winant

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Ethel Winant on George Roy Hill

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